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General Information

DISTRICT COUNTY CODE: McIntosh County - Code 49

  • High School: 918-689-2556
  • Middle School: 918-689-2711
  • Elementary: 918-689-2682

The Eufaula School District has one elementary school, one middle school, one high school, and one alternative education center.

  • Elementary Code 120: PK through 5th Grades - Enrollment 659
  • Middle School Code 505: 6th through 8th Grades - Enrollment 310
  • High School Code 710: 9th - 12th Grades - Enrollment 374

Established in 1889, the Eufaula School District is one of Oklahoma's oldest school districts and one of its most modern. The district's website gives a brief snapshot of Eufaula schools and the services they provide, including teacher web pages with homework assignments and online attendance and grades. Bonds have funded building projects that include a new elementary school, a new middle school, a new middle school gymnasium, and a new high school classroom annex.

The district is proud of its National Board Certified Teachers and the Certified Classroom Teachers who meet the definition of highly qualified teacher status as defined by No Child Left Behind. The district is also proud of a talented support staff who helps provide our students with a positive and productive educational experience.

Our Mission is to provide a positive environment that will enable all students to become lifelong learners and responsible contributing citizens in an ever-changing global society.

Exhibit critical thinking, decision-making, and problem solving skills Develop communication, computational, and scientific skills commensurate with individual potential. Exhibit knowledge of 'how to learn' as a life-long skill. Exhibit a positive self-concept by valuing self and others.
Our goal is to provide our students with a safe and secure environment and the tools they need to become successful in today's classrooms while preparing for tomorrow's competitive job market.

When parents have concerns or questions regarding a situation at school, they are encouraged to contact their child's teacher. If the problem is not resolved, the parent should request a conference with the principal. Further appeal procedures are available through the Office of the Superintendent. District policies are available from the Board Policies link of this website and student handbooks.