Be Prepared to Show ID When Picking Up Your
student from school. Regardless of the grade level, ID is required for the safety of your student.
Glenpool School District is a Tobacco Free Campus
All areas of the campus including parking lots, Warrior Rd, athletic fields, stadiums, and grassy areas are tobacco free. Thank you for making our campus a healthy environment for our students.
by appointment for preschool and new to our district kindergarten students enrolling for the 17-18 school term. Complete enrollment forms online and follow up with an appointment in the Enrollment Center. Visit the Enrollment Center webpage for full details.
Scholastic Book Fairs
Elementary Fair Feb 28 - Mar 3 & Middle School Fair Mar 1 - Mar 9. This is a fantastic time to see all the popular trending books for your student. Spring Break is coming, it's a great time to read!! Check out details on the middle school site and the elementary site.
during these informative forums on February 21 and March 2 at 6:30 PM in the All Purpose Building. For full details about the two proposed bond issues for Glenpool Public Schools visit the bond issue page.
On January 24, over 400 high school girls attended the Empower Her event, hosted by Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance. This incredible event included a private screening of the movie Hidden Figures and presentations from several accomplished STEM Professionals as well as lunch, T- shirts, and gift bags for the girls. Among those attending were Sarah Bowling, Rachel Landry, Kalkidan Sanders, Angela Vandevander, Jade Ballinger, Mvhayv Hudson, and Madison Maier, 7 outstanding students from Glenpool High School. These students also received a free copy of the book and participated in a book club discussions prior to attending the screening.
The Warren Theatre donated their Grand Infinity theatre so that students could view this incredible film. While there, the girls were able to hear from retired astronaut Paul Lockhart (Colonel, USAF, RET.), who discussed how critical the math in the movie was to the success of missions like his own.
Elizabeth Smith, the International Space Station Program Office Engineer with NASA, greeted girls as they entered the theater and shared a bit of her story with them. Before the movie began, Smith addressed the girls and expressed the importance of the film. The day concluded with a panel of women in STEM and an opportunity for the girls to mingle with panelists and mentors.
Teachers, parents, and students please participate in this survey that will provide important data for Glenpool Public Schools as we plan for technology progress to enhance student learning.
The Speak Up Project for Digital Learning, facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives education stakeholders the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning digital learning and the use of technology to support future ready schools. By participating today, you are ensuring your voice is heard not only by your school and district but at the state and national level as findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers every year. Speak Up is both a national research project and a free service to all schools and districts.
participate in the Student Legislative Forum hosted by Broken Arrow Public Schools.
Picasso for Education Glenpool Foundation Event
Teachers, parents, and patrons came together for a fun night of painting to raise funds supporting teacher grants that will be awarded at the end of the term. Painters chose one of two designs to paint. Glenpool's art teachers were on hand to provide guidance for painting the projects. National Honor Art Society students assisted painters with clean water, paint palettes, and technique examples. Foundation grants allow teachers to apply for funds that can provide materials and supplies that support specific projects to enhance student learning.
for supporting the Elementary School Carnival. We couldn't have done it without you! See all our wonderful community partners.
Brewer Dental Lab
Glenpool Fire Department
Bounce House of Tulsa
2016 Oklahoma Secondary Art Educator of the Year. Ms. Mitchell has been asked by The Oklahoma Arts Institute to create an ornament for Oklahoma's tree at the 2016 National Christmas Tree Lighting on the White House lawn.
are due now. Parents must reapply each year or benefits will stop.
Vote for Mike Doudican and earn $2500 for our school.
Mike Doudican 1st Runner Up of 2017 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year!
2017 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year finalists and "Rising Stars" announced in a press release from Joy Hofmeister, State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
OKLAHOMA CITY (July 25, 2016) – The 12 finalists for Oklahoma’s next Teacher of the Year were announced today in a ceremony at Edmond Santa Fe High School during EngageOK On the Road, the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s summer conference.
“I am honored to recognize the finalists for this year’s Oklahoma Teacher of the Year,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister. “Each of these men and women stood out in a sea of talent across the state. Their professionalism, creativity, and commitment to Oklahoma’s public education system stand as shining examples of how dedication and passion can change the lives of Oklahoma’s children.”
All finalists are teachers of the year for their districts and were selected after their application packets were reviewed by a panel that included educators, members of the business community, legislators and nonprofit partners.
The 2017 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year will be revealed August 30 in a ceremony at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City.
Rebecka Binion, Mike Doudican, Kristen Dover, Robin Haworth, Jon Hazell, Brittany Hix, Charmin Holland, Tiffany Massie, Adam Mewhorter, Kay Morris, Lisa Pitts, Mona Schmitz
To Glenpool as part of the Support our School Campaign. See how you can help.
New arrival and dismissal procedures.