The mission of the district is to ensure that all students are provided the educational opportunity to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to be competent, productive members of a global society.
Skiatook High School 9-12 • 661 Students
Newman Middle School 6-8 • 533 Students
Skiatook Intermediate Elementary 3-4 • 328 Students
Skiatook Elementary 2-3 • 294 Students
Marrs Elementary PK-1 • 464 Students
$20 Million District Budget
178 Certified Employees
164 Support Employees
POINTS OF PRIDE
Through continued support from our community, we are able to boast of our enhanced technology capabilities and outstanding facilities that rival much larger districts.
With our focus on leadership at all levels, district and site guiding coalition groups lead through collaborative teams using research based practices and curriculum.
We prioritize the whole child at all elementary levels by meeting social emotional development needs through the Leader In Me curriculum, counselors and counseling systems at every site.
Academic excellence through a tiered instruction system that addresses students’ needs and interest whether through course offerings, instruction enhancement or intervention.
Skiatook students perform at or above state average in most academic areas. Our Elementary Students perform at or above the national norms on NWEA Testing.
We are very competitive in all sports.
We offer Football, Cross Country, Volleyball, Softball, Basketball, Wrestling, Cheerleading, Track, Baseball, Golf, Soccer and Tennis.
Our wrestling program has won Dual State Champions three out of the last five years and wrestling State Champions 2019.
Qualified for State Tournament the past 4 out of 5 years in Softball and Volleyball.
State Runner Up in Soccer boys and girls 2016
Skiatook Schools Fine Arts Programs qualify students for state competitions on a regular basis.
Speech and Drama Students, FFA Speech Contest students and our Band are all successful in local and state competitions
ADDITIONAL POINTS OF PRIDE
Chromebooks for all students next year
STEM program in the elementary
Counselors at all sites
CREOKS embedded in elementary and Grand Lakes at the secondary
Leader In Me program for elementary sites
Activity center that is used for state events
Virtual Academy at the secondary level
Many extracurricular options for student athletes with outstanding facilities including a new tennis court
Academic environment that fosters staff collaboration
School Safety – RAVE app and local partnership with local agencies such as the police, fire department, and city management
Partnership with our local SEAC to provide support for our students and families
Outstanding success in passing bond issues with community support
The commitment level and quality of the administrators and teachers make Skiatook a special place to work. The community is supportive of our school district and are always willing to step up and help when needed.
Applications will be accepted through May 20, 2022.