Here are some answers to frequently asked questions related to the potential teacher walkout beginning on April 2. Please read over this information carefully. If you have further questions, please contact your child's school site. What is the District’s official position on a potential teacher walkout? Jenks Public Schools completely understands the desire of teachers to take action for higher . . .
Customized Oklahoma license plates featuring Jenks Public Schools' colors and the Trojan head logo, can now be pre-ordered by completing an application via the link below. Application for 2018 Special License Plate In order for the special JPS license plate to be put into production, the Oklahoma Tax Commission must receive at least 100 pre-orders before May 1, 2018. The cost of the plate is $35 and $20 of . . .
Amy Greenhaw of Jenks High School is the 2017-18 Jenks Public Schools District Teacher of the Year. An instructor of Special Education English, Greenhaw was selected from a group of ten JPS Site Teachers of the Year by a committee of former finalists for Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year. Greenhaw, a native of Enid, Oklahoma, has worked at Jenks during her entire 16-year teaching career. Her selection marks the . . .
Directions for the Enrollment Process Click Here for the online forms. You must access the online forms through this link, do not use Parent Portal to enroll you new student. If you have not enrolled a student on Registration Gateway you will need to create an account with a username and password. The link below is to the enrollment system called Registration Gateway. Please complete the online . . .
For more than 100 years, Jenks Public Schools has provided students with a quality education in an environment known nationwide for high academic standards and innovation. Located just south of Tulsa, Jenks Public Schools now encompasses over 40 square miles and serves more than 12,000 students at its ten school sites. It is the eleventh largest public school district in the state of Oklahoma and was recently recognized as the . . .