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Okay Public Schools

8611 N. 49th St. E Okay,

Oklahoma 74446

Phone: 918-682-0371

Fax: 918-683-8331

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Lowe’s Collection Provides New Equipment

Lowe'sAfter receiving word via social media that Mrs. Baker was looking for a picnic table for the Pre-K playground, several Muskogee, Ok Lowe’s employees began collecting money to Kidspurchase one. Pictured are Ginger Reno, Blake Frost, and Tammy Chavez, who delivered the brand new picnic table, and Mrs. Baker’s students, who could not be more excited about their new playground piece. Mrs. Baker and her students would like to thank Lowe’s in Muskogee for their generous contribution. 


School Calendar Change

Alert iconDue to a recent change in the school’s calendar, Okay Public Schools will not be in session on Monday, April 2. School will resume on Tuesday, April 3. The missed day will be made up on Friday, April 27. We thank you for your patience and flexibility regarding this schedule change. 




Preschool Screening and Pre-enrollment

prekIf you have or know someone who has a child who will be four or five years old on or before Sept. 1, please call Okay Elementary School at 918.682.7961, ext. 235 for a screening appointment. Screenings will be held from noon to 3:15 p.m. April 25 and 26. Please bring a birth certificate, shot records, Social Security card, proof of residence, CDIB card, and any Tribal Affiliation. 



Okay Group Honors Teacher

DunhamKathy Dunham was honored with gifts of appreciation by Helping Hands, a women’s organization made up of all the churches in Okay. Mrs. Dunham is in her sixth year as a teacher at Okay High School, and is the advisor of our nationally acclaimed FCCLA program. 


World Tournament Qualifiers

CongraRoboticstulations to the Okay Mustang Robotics Team, who qualified for the World Tournament in 2018! 






OSSAA Sportsmanship Video

The OSSAA continues to place emphasis on good sportsmanship in our interscholastic activities. Our hope is that our fans will respect the officials, the coaches, and the players at all sporting events, and remember that as fans, they represent our school and our town.


Raising standards

FlagAfter a lesson on flag ettiquete, OHS students Brandon Davis and Zach Fowler installed new flags on the school’s flagpole, while Gage Liles and Hunter Baumann practiced folding the stars and stripes correctly. Flag



Men at work

Baseball team doing playground work

The Okay Mustangs baseball team hit a home run by helping install playground equipment at the elementary school. 








Jobs available

Okay Public Schools is currently seeking individuals for the following position(s): 

— Substitute teachers (grades Pre-K through 12th)


Job opening