Thank You Voters! - Bond Propositions Approved

Residents of the Jenks Public Schools District voted to approve $11 million in bond propositions on Tuesday. The bond funds will be used across Jenks’ nine school sites to provide for equipment, textbooks, technology, safety . . .

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PLEASE VOTE! 2016 Bond Election Set For February 9th

The Jenks Public Schools 2016 Bond Election will take place on Tuesday, February 9th and any registered voter living within the Jenks district is strongly encouraged to make it to the polls between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. . . .

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Map & Directions

The links below will provide you with directions to each of the nine Jenks Public School sites. Just click on the name of the school you would like to locate, and then, depending on your location, choose the most convenient route from . . .

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JHS Seniors of the Month - January

Sarah Anderson, daughter of Dave and Karen Anderson, is the January Senior of the Month.  Sarah serves as co-president of Trojans for Christ, and chairs the Student Council Tulsa Community Food Bank Outreach program.  She is a proud . . .

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Superintendent Addresses State of Jenks' Schools

Dr. Stacey Butterfield, Superintendent of Jenks Public Schools, delivered a “State of the Schools” address on January 20 at the monthly luncheon hosted by the Jenks Chamber of Commerce .  In front of Jenks’ city . . .

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Trademark

In order to protect both its reputation and the public at large, Jenks Public Schools has taken the necessary legal steps to restrict the unauthorized usage of its name, trademarks, and logos. Those seeking permission to use the Jenks Public . . .

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Malcolm Baldrige Award

JPS Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Application   Organizational Profile Category 4 - Measurement, Analysis, and Knowledge Management Category 1 - Leadership Category 5 - . . .

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Welcome to Jenks

Welcome to www.jenksps.org .....enjoy your visit! As you can see, the Jenks Public Schools website has changed! We have been working internally for the past few months to redesign the website, and we will be making additions over the . . .

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District Information

Before Oklahoma achieved statehood, there were no public school systems in the land that had been termed, "Indian Territory." Schools were run by tribal governments, churches, the U.S. government, or a combination of the three. Shortly after . . .

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