New Student Enrollment If your student is NEW to the district visit to enroll today! Students NEW to the district can enroll at any time at Call the Welcome Center for any questions at 580-366-7100 and don't forget copies of your birth certificate (no hospital footprints, please), immunization records, and proof of address!
about 1 year ago, Enid Public Schools
Dr. Angela Rhoades, secondary assistant superintendent, was named the OASA District 3 Assistant Superintendent of the Year. We are so proud of her!
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
Dr. Rhoades
The board celebrated three schools named Great Expectations Progressive Schools. They were Emerson Middle School, Monroe and McKinley.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
The following schools were recognized by Great Expectations and the board for being named Model Schools: Adams, Coolidge, Eisenhower, Hayes, Hoover, Garfield, Prairie View, Taft, Longfellow Middle School and Waller Middle School.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
Prairie View
Emerson Middle School was recognized at the board meeting for being named a Special Olympic Banner School. We are so proud of the students and staff.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
Emerson staff
The following seniors were named to the 101 Classic Bowl Teams: Pom: Emmaline Holland & Brylie Cox; Softball: Katelyn Bezdicek, Camryn Patterson, & Chloee Robinson; Baseball: Garrett Shull & Cooper Jarnagin; Football: Brock Sullivan & Brittain Combs; Golf: Stella Stanley.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
EHS Pom girls
Camryn Patterson
Stella Stanley
Haley Hibbets took 5th place at the 6-A State Tennis match. Congratulations Haley on all of your hard work.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
Haley Hibbets
EHS Boys Track State Qualifiers were celebrated at the board meeting. It included Bradley Beierschmitt, Chase Cotarelo, Julius Mitchell, Carson Nault, and Baron Reed.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
EHS track
Young men from the Golf team were recognized for qualifying for State. They are Mason Haley, Landon Jung, Austin Kalow and David Shepherd. (not pictured Dawson Branstetter).
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
EHS Golf team
The Enid High JROTC was recognize for their outstanding performance at Nationals where they placed 5th!
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
The Enid High School Vocal Music Concert Choir was recognized for their OSSAA Academic Achievement Award and OSSAA Outstanding Achievement Award for their performance at contest this spring.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
EHS Concert Choir Seniors
Liam Franklin represented EHS as the secondary spotlight student.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
Liam Franklin
The elementary spotlight student from Prairie View did a great job leading the audience in the Pledge. Thank you Huck Mouser!
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
Huck Mouser
Elementary spotlight student
Enid Public Schools Summer Child Nutrition Program - Beginning May 28! Who? Children age 18 and younger When? May 28-June 20 (Closed all Fridays) What Time? Breakfast: 7:30-8:30 a.m. EHS Breakfast: 7:30-9:30 a.m. Lunch: 11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Where? Garfield ES-400 N. 7th Prairie View ES-4700 W. Willow Enid High-611 W. Wabash Meals must be eaten in the cafeteria at each location. Students must be present to receive the meal. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
EPS Summer Nutrition Program
EHS Graduation Moved Due to Inclement Weather Enid High School’s commencement ceremony for the Class of 2024 will now be held at the Chisholm Trail Expo Center at 7:30 p.m. on May 16 due to the prediction of inclement weather. The Chisholm Trail Expo Center is located at 111 W. Purdue Ave, Enid, 73701. The ceremony will be livestreamed on Enid Public School’s YouTube page and on the EPS*tv Facebook page. For questions please contact Enid High School at 580.366.8300 or the Enid Public Schools district office at 580.366.7000.
about 1 month ago, Enid Public Schools
EHS graduation 2024
Due to the Weather Forecast for this evening May 6, 2024, all EPS after school activities have been cancelled or postponed.
about 2 months ago, Enid Public Schools
Activities Cancelled for after school weather graphic.
Enid Public Schools Kindergarten Enrollment for NEW students opens May 6! If your student is going into Kindergarten and NOT enrolled at EPS, enrollment opens May 6 at If you do not have access to internet or a device please make an appointment with our Welcome Center at Please have copies of your child’s birth certificate (no hospital footprints, please), immunizations records, and verification of address - utility bill, water bill, etc. Students must be 5 years old by September 1, 2024 to enroll.
about 2 months ago, Enid Public Schools
Kindergarten Enrollment 2024
We look forward to seeing everyone in school tomorrow including Glenwood students that were dismissed early today due to the water main break. We will be in session as usual at all campuses. We appreciate all of the cooperation today at Glenwood when we had to dismiss early.
about 2 months ago, Enid Public Schools
EPS Names New Elementary Principals Enid Public Schools is pleased to announce Sarah Owens and Mary Withey as the Glenwood Elementary and Prairie View Elementary principals, respectively. Their duties will begin on July 1, 2024. Owens joined the EPS team in 2013 as an elementary teacher. She went on to serve the district as an Instructional Coach and has been the assistant principal at Coolidge Elementary since 2021. Withey began her career in public education in 2013 as a special education teacher in San Antonio, Texas. She came to EPS is 2021 as an Enid High School special education teacher and, beginning in 2022, has served as the Glenwood/Prairie View assistant principal as well as an EHS assistant principal. “I am very excited to have both Sarah and Mary joining the elementary team as head principals,” said Randy Rader, Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education. “Both Sarah and Mary have served as assistant principals at the elementary level and have proven themselves as strong leaders. They both bring with them a strong knowledge of the curriculum, a great work ethic, and the ability to build relationships with students, teachers, and the community. I look forward to watching them continue to grow in these positions.” Owens earned her bachelor degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in elementary education in 2013 and received her masters of science in education leadership from NWOSU in 2016. She holds certifications in elementary education, elementary principal and secondary principal. “I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the Glenwood community in my new position,” said Owens. “I would like to thank Dr. Darrow, Mr. Rader, and the Enid Public Schools Board of Education for the chance to be a part of this school and to support the students and families of such an amazing community. I look forward to building relationships with Glenwood's staff, students, and families.” Withey received her bachelors of art from Louisiana Tech University in 2003 and later earned her master of art in teaching from Kaplan University in 2013 and her master of education in education leadership from the American College of Education. Withey holds certification in Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Mild-Mod Disabilities, Severe-Profound/Multiple Disabilities, Elementary Principal, and Secondary Principal. “I am honored and humbled to have the opportunity to serve as the new Elementary Principal at Prairie View,” said Withey. “Enid Public Schools has been a fulfilling and rewarding district to work for and I am confident that, together, we will continue to provide a transformative educational experience for our students.” Owens succeeds James Rainey as the principal of Glenwood Elementary and Withey succeeds Sherri Hendrie as the principal of Prairie View Elementary. EHS and Coolidge Elementary assistant principal positions will be posted at soon, and a thorough search will be conducted for the best candidates.
2 months ago, Enid Public Schools
Sarah Owens
Mary Withey
Leyton Lea, and Bostyn Shepherd were recognized as winners of the Oklahoma Poem Contest 2024. They are fourth graders at Prairie View Elementary.
2 months ago, Enid Public Schools
Prairie View Fourth Graders