Our secondary spotlight student was from Longfellow Middle School, Alveryro Lopez.
Thank you to our McKinley Elementary spotlight student for leading us in the pledge.
Enid Public Schools is very appreciative of the quick response from all of the law enforcement involved in today’s lockdown at Enid High School. Please see the attached press release from the Enid Police Department concerning the events of today.
Congratulations to Tina McGowan, EPS Support Professional of the Year.
Congratulations to Sandra Lippard, Enid Public Schools Teacher of the Year
We appreciate these local businesses for supporting our Central Kitchen staff as they work to serve our students each and every day!
Enid Public Schools had several students place in the Woodring Wall of Honor Poster Contest. Posters will be on display at the Stride Bank Center around the arena. The winners for the event were: K-1st Grade 1st Place Nora Andersen Eisenhower Elementary – Mrs. Powell 2nd Place Haley Prothero Eisenhower Elementary – Mrs. Powell 3rd Place Calina Paredes Eisenhower Elementary – Ms. McCarter 2-3rd Grade 1st Place Yadiel Resendiz Monroe Elementary – Mrs. Weathers 2nd Place Noelle Reichers Eisenhower Elementary – Mrs. Mochon 3rd Place Audrey Stanford Eisenhower Elementary – Ms. Inselman 4-5th Grade 1st Place Khloe Jaquez Hayes Elementary – Mrs. Hainley 2nd Place Joanna Romero Monroe Elementary – Mrs. Nelson 3rd Place Dyann Mote Hayes Elementary – Mrs. Hainley
Congratulations Elsa Stewart, a Semifinalist in the 2023 National Merit Scholar Program.
Enid High School student Luke Rauh was the secondary spotlight student at the October School board meeting.
Thank you Orion for leading us in the Pledge at the October board meeting.
Thank you to the Tyson Enterprise Plant Employee Retention Program for the donation of school supplies for our students.
Thank you Sophie Perosi for sharing about the great things happening at Emerson.
London did a great job leading us in the Pledge as the elementary spotlight student from Hayes.
We hope our students had a great day off today! Our teachers continued working hard on professional development across the district! #EPSproud
Our Spirit Store is now located in our EHS gym lobby! Here are their official hours, please check in with the Athletics' office when wanting to visit.
Congratulations to Enid Public Schools "10 Under40" award recipients Shea Mercer, Matthew Johnson, and Kat Jeanne! The "10 Under 40" award is presented by Enid Young Professionals to Enid community members who demonstrate excellence in professional and community focused areas. We are very #EPSproud that these individuals are working for our students and schools and Enid community!
Thank you Parents and Staff for the smooth dismissal today during the evacuation of Glenwood School. We appreciate the parents’ and guardians’ patience and the Staff’s willingness to jump in and take excellent care of the students and their needs. We wanted to let parents know that all students belongs are safe inside the classrooms and students will have access to them all on Monday morning. Have a great weekend.
There will be no Grizzly Den today due to the evacuation of the school. Please pick your child up now at Oakwood Christian Church Activity Center.
Parents please enter the church parking lot off of Oakwood Road and exit going south to Randolph.
Parents- all children are safe but emergency personnel have asked us to evacuate Glenwood School. Children are being brought to the Oakwood Christian Church Activity Center and can be picked up there. Buses will run as usual. Students may be picked up at the South doors by the activity center.