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Why Piedmont Public Schools?

We are excited to provide the best educational experiences for our students. Here are three ways we cultivate a student-centric community at Piedmont Schools:


We invest in our team, celebrate successes, and focus on building relationships.


We create opportunities for our students to learn, question, and build knowledge.


We learn from each other, take ownership of our actions, and reflect on ways we can improve.

*Piedmont Public Schools aims to provide competitive benefits for our teachers and staff. Staff members can expect the following advantages as part of our team:

  • Exclusive childcare center for PPS staff
    • Ages birth to four-years old
    • $140-165 per week
    • Payroll deduct
  • Free before & after school care for school-age children
  • Upgraded amenities at every site by 2022 due to community support in bond elections
  • $41,220 base salary (1st year of teaching)
  • District paid retirement
  • Tuition reimbursement up to $600 per semester for continuing an advanced degree program
  • Classroom Technology
    • Mac Books and Smart Boards/Smart Panels are provided to teachers throughout our district.
    • Piedmont is 1:1 on Chromebooks for students grades 5-12
  • Steady Growth
    • Our student population is growing an estimated six percent each year!
  • Dedicated Students
    • PPS students consistently score above the state average on the ACT
  • Community support

Join our dedicated team of teachers and administrators who work with you to ensure your success in the classroom. In addition, Piedmont’s involved families and supportive community put our school system above the rest!


ECC Teacher poses for the camera while holding a clipboard.
A group of elementary school teachers poses with rockstar props before the first day of school.
A PHS teacher smiles with a student during a field trip.
Amy Lennertz, Intermediate Teacher & OK Teacher of the Year Finalist, poses for a photo holding flowers

“I love working at Piedmont Schools. I appreciate how our leaders invest in making our school a good place to work. I appreciate the opportunities for my children to learn and grow in the district.”

- Amy Lennertz, Piedmont District Teacher of the Year 2019-2020 and 2021 Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year Finalist


HR Contact: Lisa Campbell, Assistant Superintendent at Piedmont Schools

District Office: 405-373-2311