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Board Approves 2018-2019 School Calendar

The Piedmont Board of Education approved the 2018-2019 School Calendar at Monday's monthly meeting. 2018-2019 School Calendar

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Show Your Piedmont Spirit!

Show your Wildcat Spirit with the new license plate available through the Oklahoma Tax Commission!   For just $38, not only will you be showing your Piedmont Pride, you'll be supporting Piedmont students and teachers!  $20 of every plate purchase goes directly to the Piedmont Public Schools Education Foundation.  PPSEF provides grants, scholarships and other support to our students and educators. . . .

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Education Foundation Awards 17 Grants to Piedmont Educators

The Piedmont Public Schools Education Foundation has been busy celebrating innovative teaching practices by awarding 26 Piedmont teachers and counselors with 17 grants totaling just under $10.000!  Take a look at the impressive grants recently awarded . . .   Debbie Bethel Bee Boton' Along Erin Pruitt In Sync With Bal-A-Vix-X . . .

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Piedmont Veterans Honored By School Board

Piedmont veterans were honored Monday evening at a special reception hosted by Piedmont School Board Members and Administrators.  The district appreciates and values the sacrifice our veterans and their families have made in service to our country.  They continue to serve in their support and volunteerism in our community and schools.  

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School Board Recognition Month

January is School Board Recognition Month and an opportunity for our local schools and community to honor our elected school board members for their dedication to our children and our schools.   School board members are tasked with establishing a vision for the education program, designing a structure to achieve that vision, ensuring schools are accountable to the community and strongly advocating continuous improvement in . . .

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PPS Named Business of the Year

  Piedmont Public Schools was named Business of the Year at the annual Piedmont Chamber of Commerce Banquet, Saturday evening.  The annual award goes to a business that has made outstanding contributions to the economy and overall progress of the Piedmont area.  With a $23 million yearly budget, 350 employees and more than 4,100 customers (or students as we call them), Piedmont Schools definitely makes a . . .

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2017-2018 Site Teachers of the Year Announced

Teri Clark, Pre-Kindergarten, Piedmont Primary School Julie Utley, First Grade, Northwood Elementary Cathy Adams, Guidance Counselor, Piedmont Elementary Annette Villines, Third Grade, Stone Ridge Elementary Traci North, Sixth Grade Reading, Piedmont Intermediate Rhonda Herring, Science & LEAP, Piedmont Middle School Joy Ruiz, Technology, Piedmont High School

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