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This time of the year is an opportunity to reflect on the past semester and envision what the spring semester holds for all of us. We have much to be proud of in the Jenks School District, especially the commitment to excellence by our students, parents, staff members, and the community. I encourage everyone to take time to rest, relax, and recharge over the break. Best wishes to all of the JPS family for the happiest of holidays and a . . . read more
Lauren Aycock, daughter of Ross and Debbie Aycock, is the JHS December Senior of the Month. She is very active in the JHS community with her involvement in Cross Country, National Honor Society, Trojan Link, Pre-Med Society, and serves as the Spanish Club publicist. She also volunteers at St. John Medical Center and is active in . . . read more
Ms. Elder’s kindergarten class at West Elementary decided that instead of having their parents donate winter party goods, they would rather donate warm coats, gloves, hats, and scarves to Westly’s Closet. This all came about when “Ellie the Elf” made her appearance in the classroom and brought along the book . . . read more
Annual Notice of Bullying Policy
Per the legislative mandate embodied in the School Safety and Bullying Prevention Act, 70 OKLA. STAT. § 24-100.2 et seq., Jenks Public Schools expects students to refrain from bullying. Bullying is expressly forbidden and students who bully are subject to disciplinary consequences as outlined in the district’s policy on student behavior. Jenks Public Schools Policy 3.33, Student Bullying, may be found in the Jenks Public Schools Policies and Procedures Handbook, in all student handbooks, or by clicking the “Bullying Policy” quick link found on the JPS District Homepage.
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