Glenpool art students displayed an amazing array of art during the 2014 Spring Art Festival.  This is a sample of sidewalk chalk art created by one of Glenpool's high school students.
Teachers have been hard at work preparing for the introduction of Chromebooks and iPads.  Many English-Lit classes will use Chrome Books.  High School US History and Environmental Science will use iPads in their classes with the introduction of iBooks.
The High School Band enjoys rehersal in the newly completed Band Room.
Kindergarten students integrate physical activity and music with language arts. 

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Late Start, Early Release Days - Instructional Planning

Late Start Days and  Early Release Days allow time for teachers to prepare instructional strategies and planning for all  students.  These days provide valuable time for teachers to work together to ensure students in each grade level and subject are receiving consistent, quality instruction throughout the district. The number of Late Start Days and  Early Release Days has been decreased for the 14-15 school term.  One additional Professional Development Day has been added in February.  LS/ER - August 27 LS/ER - September 24 LS/ER - November 12 LS/ER - February 4 LS/ER - March 25 LS/ER - May 6 PD - September 2 PD - October 27 PD - January 20 PD - February 27

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Late Start, Early Release Days - Instructional Planning

Bond Issue Improvements

Security Improvements and wireless access projects are nearing completion campus wide.  Parents will notice TV monitors displaying security video footage at the main entrances of each campus. Implementation of the high capacity WiFi has been completed.  Teachers and classrooms will be able to access the internet wirelessly for instructional purposes.  This capability will enhance instruction for students.  U.S. History and Environmental Science classes at the High School will start the year with iPads and iBooks for dramatic delivery of content.  All English Literature classes in grades 5-8 and some in the High School will utilize Chrome Books for research, reading, and writing.  Some Elementary classrooms will notice an increased number of iPads added throughout the year to enhance student learning.  

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Bond Issue Improvements

No Tolerance for Bullies!

Students are encouraged to report if they are the target of or a witness to bullying.   Site Investigators and Coordinator District Bullying Coordinator Chad Coomer 918-322-9500 x589 High School Investigator           Matt Hilburn x597 Middle School Investigators Matt Fore x531 Michelle Cole  x532 Elementary Investigators Joanna Lobaugh x541 ECC Principal x542  Sandy Sams x519 Student Reporting Students are encouraged to inform school personnel if they are the target of or a witness to bullying.  To make a report, students should notify a teacher, counselor, or principal.  The employee will give the student an official report form, and will help the student complete the form, if needed.  Students may make an anonymous report of bullying, and such report will be investigated as thoroughly as possible.  However, it is often difficult to fully investigate claims which are made anonymously and disciplinary action cannot be taken against a bully solely on the basis of an anonymous report. Parental Responsibilities All parents/guardians will be informed in writing of the district’s program to stop bullying and will be given a copy of this policy upon request.  An administrative response to a reported act of bullying may involve certain actions to be taken by parents.  Parents will be informed of the program and the means for students to report bullying acts toward them or other students.   They will also be told that to help prevent bullying at school they should encourage their children to: ?           Report bullying when it occurs; ?           Take advantage of opportunities to talk to their children about bullying; ?           Inform the school immediately if they think their child is being bullied or is bullying other students; ?           Watch for symptoms that their child may be a target of bullying and report those symptoms; and ?           Cooperate fully with school personnel in identifying and resolving incidents. Bullying Preventive Education Click the image above or this link. "Parents can access the following courses by using the log in information below:   Bullying Recognition and Response (K-12 Primer) Online Safety: Cyberbullying (Full Course) User name: Parent Password:  Parent  

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No Tolerance for Bullies!

Jerry Olansen, Superintendent

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to Glenpool Public Schools where caring and dedicated staff and teachers provide an environment that supports the hopes and dreams of all students.  We are privileged to have the  support of our business community and our parents as we strive to create a safe, positive and creative place to learn and grow.    

  • Glenpool Public Schools
  • Independent District No. 13
  • 461 E 146th St, Glenpool, OK 74033
  • Phone: 918-322-9500
  • Fax: 918-322-1529
  • Glenpool Public Schools
  • Independent District No. 13
  • 461 E 146th St, Glenpool, OK 74033
  • Phone: 918-322-9500
  • Fax: 918-322-1529