Skiatook Middle School

Skiatook Middle School is dedicated to ensuring a foundation that will lead to success in  later schooling. The school has these federal policies in place to guarantee success from every student

Title IA-Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

School wide

Programs provided to reach all children:

Title I lab/Compass Learning Lab

After school tutoring

Title IIA-Improving Teacher and Principal Quality

Provides professional development of teachers and administrators to maintain high quality

Title IVA-Safe and Drug Free Schools

Red Ribbon Week

Character Education/ Life Skills teacher


School Resource Officers

Olweus Bully Prevention Program

Gifted and Talented

Fine arts class, Choir classes, Band classes, Advanced math, science, language arts and social studies classes

Special Services-Skiatook Public Schools offer a free education to all children from 3-21 years old.  These programs are designed to serve those who are handicapped in any of the following categories: autism, deaf-blindness, deafness or hearing impairment, developmental delays, emotional disturbance, mental retardation, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairments, other health impairments, specific learning disability, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, and visual impairment.


Wellness Policy

Skiatook Public Schools is committed to providing an environment that promotes students learning, establishing, and maintaining lifelong healthy eating and activity patterns.  Well-planned and effectively implemented school nutrition and fitness programs have been shown to enhance students’ overall health, as well as their behavior and academic achievement in school.  Staff wellness also is an integral part of a healthy school environment since school staff can be daily role models for healthy behaviors.

NMS provides P.E. and health classes.



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