|Jefferson Elementary||PK – 5th Grade||287|
|Lincoln Elementary Campus||PK – 5th Grade||608|
|Pryor High School||9th – 12th Grade||804|
|Pryor Middle School||6th – 8th Grade||648|
|Roosevelt Elementary||Pk – 5th Grade||529|
30.7% Native American,
0.8% Asian/Pacific Islander,
2.6% Bilingual Students
55.6% Free and Reduced Lunch
Pryor Creek, Oklahoma
Located 44 miles northeast of Tulsa
Average temperatures: high in July of 91°F, low in January of 24° F
10 miles from Lake Hudson
Educational Partnership with MidAmerica Industrial Park
Concurrent opportunities with Rogers State University
Population of 9,424
Pryor Public Schools covers 95.22 square miles of land and 4.32 square miles of water. Pryor is less than 50 miles from more than 2,500 miles of lakeshore.
Blue and Gold Tigers
11 Varsity Teams
Our Vision: Pryor Public Schools will use quality and creative instruction to nurture curiosity, inspire innovative thinking, and encourage lifelong learning.
Our Mission: Working together to provide a quality education that equips and challenges all students.
In our district we value:
RESPECT – We will treat every learner and each other with the highest level of respect at all times. we treat others as we expect to be treated.
COMMITMENT – We are loyal and committed to our learners, employees, and community. We will do whatever is necessary for our learners to succeed.
COMMUNICATION – We will work hard to communicate with all staff and community our goals and vision. Communication is a two-way street.
TRUST – We are accountable for our results and work hard to earn trust in all areas. We understand that our success allows us to further our mission.
MAINTAINING AN ACADEMIC FOCUS –
We will create opportunities for EVERY LEARNER to grow and reach their fullest potential.
We will create curricular paths of learning that develop literacy numeracy, and provide opportunities in STEM and other curricular subjects.
Extra-curricular, co-curricular and education travel will play a role in broadening learning opportunities throughout our district.
Learners will be given a “Voice” and “Choice” in their learning as we assist them in their personal growth.
We will work to develop a “Crucible” of character and leadership to help learners develop their core values and establish a high value of personal responsibility.
As a staff we will look for every way that we can put our learners in situations of leadership and create an environment of high expectations.
Our goal is that our learners “Own” their choices, their learning, and their health and well-being.
We strive to graduate learners who will be good citizens, parents, and leaders in our society.
CAREER PATHWAYS FINDINGTHEIR PASSION
We will provide learners the opportunity to explore possible careers with real life experiences.
We will create relationships with business and industries that allow exposure to the working world and possible career options.
Career explorations will be a part of every grade level from PK-12.
We will work hard to assist our learners in choosing a pathway that is fulfilling to them and creates a passion for learning.