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Wilson Public School Superintendent's Office
1860 Hewitt Road
Wilson, Oklahoma 73463
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Phone: (580) 668-2306
Fax: (580) 668-2170
Schedule:

 

OFFICE HOURS:

Summer Hours

Monday-Thursday

8:00am-3:00pm.

Closed on Fridays

Wilson Early Childhood Center

Office (580) 668-2356

Fax (580) 668-2356

 

Wilson Elementary School

Office (580) 668-2355

Fax (580) 668-2355

 

Wilson Middle School

Office (580) 668-3136

Fax (580) 668-2170

 

Wilson High School

Office (580) 668-2317

Fax (580) 668-2412

 

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Welcome to Wilson Public School
A Great Place To Learn!

We Are A 24/7 Tobacco-Free Campus!

Please Refrain From All Tobacco Products At All Facilities And Events For The Health Of Our Students




The Wilson Public School District  is a growing school district in the town of Wilson, Oklahoma, located in south-central Oklahoma in Carter County and serves the town of Wilson with a population of 1,600 people. The school district operates 4 school sites: 1 Pre-K Early Childhood Center, 1 Elementary  School (1-5), 1 Middle School (6-8), and 1 High School which also offers an alternative education program (9-12), with a total district student enrollment of over 500 students, served by 40 certified staff and 18 support personnel. Our school district has a very active and supportive PTVO group that supports our teachers, as well as active and supportive booster clubs including the All Sports, Ag-Ed, and Band Booster clubs. We are also a 24/7 Tobacco-Free school district with an active student SWAT organization.Our school district also works with our local business community, Chamber of Commerce, churches, and Rotary Club.

In addition to our school sites, our campus also includes an administrative building which houses our administrative offices, technology department, and shipping and receiving, a community storm shelter/safe room/, Skinny Stewart Football Stadium, a baseball stadium with an indoor practice facility, softball stadium and concession stand/restrooms, t-ball fields, two playgrounds, Ag-Ed shop and Livestock Skills Show Barn, transportation yard, and an all-purpose gymnasium.  A new cafetorium was opened in 2010 and is located between the elementary school and gymnasium. It seats over 500 for programs, assemblies, concerts, plays, community events, and indoor graduation ceremonies if needed. We also are able to seat over 200 students at once for breakfast or lunch. A new football fieldhouse was opened in 2009.  Extra curricular activities include football, basketball, baseball, cheerleading, cross country (6th-12th), fast pitch and slow pitch softball,golf, track and field, Academic teams,Student Council, Band FFA, 4-H, FCA,Yearbook Staff, and Beta Club. Wilson Public School is proud to be recognized as one of the first school districts in Carter County to be a 24/7 Tobacco-Free School District. Wilson Early Childhood Center/ Wilson Elementary School was recognized in 2009, 2010,  2011, and 2012 as a Great Expectations Model School in  Oklahoma! Wilson Public School was also awarded a $25,000 grant for school security upgrades and was one of only 10 schools in the state to receive this grant, installing new security cameras and recorders in all of our academic buildings. Wilson Public School also received a $10,000 grant to upgrade our baseball facilties. On September 8, 2009, the voters of the District overwhelmingly approved two school building bond issues to meet the needs of our students. The first issue for $5,390,000 was approved by 77% of the voters to build a new gymnasium, install new metal roofs on both the Middle School and Elementary School, and build a new Agriculture Education classroom and computer lab. The new gymnasium seats over 1000 people in seat back chairs, has a suspended NBA-style scoreboard, a glassed-in concession/lobby area allowing fans to watch the game from the concession /lobby area, and has two F-5 rated community storm shelters which can protect over 1000 people. The second issue for $160,000 was approved by 81% of the voters to purchase two new buses for the District. We have since purchased two new buses, one for daily routes and one exclusively for school activity groups and athletic teams. We completed new metal roofs on both the Middle School and Elementary buildings in February, 2010 and opened our new Ag/-Ed. Building, including a new classroom and a computer lab in August, 2011. Our new gymnasium was opened May 30, 2012. Wilson Public School is a great place to learn and prepare for the future!

Wilson Public School- Expect Excellence!

 

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It is the policy of Wilson Public School, District I-43, not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, ot age in its programs, services, and activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975.
Wilson Public School, 1860 Hewitt Road, Wilson, OK  73463 (580) 668-2306