Warner Public Schools
1012 5th Ave
Warner, OK 74469-6900
Web Site: www.warner.k12.ok.us
The Mission of Warner Public School is to create a community of students, parents and educators dedicated to academic success, life-long learning, and personal growth for every member of our community.
Socioeconomic Data District
Ethnic makeup Based Upon Fall Enrollment
Native American 41%
Average Property Valuation per Student $16,991.00
Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch 73.2%
District Educational Information
Grade Organization, District Area & Enrollment
The Warner district offers grades PK-12. It is comprised of 1 Elementary School and 1 High School. The district covers 83 square miles, with 8.57 students per square mile.
Comparison Enrollment: District
2001/2002 Enrollment (ADM) 716.43
2007/2008 Enrollment (ADM) 711.73
Special Student Programs
Students in Gifted/Talented 8%
Students in Special Education 18%
Bilingual Students 0%
Limited English Proficient Students 0%
Alternative Education Students 1.8%
41.2% Master’s Degree
58.8% Bachelor’s/Bachelor’s + Degree
Warner High School requires 26 credits for graduation.
Fifty-four courses are offered. These include three (3) Advanced Placement courses.
Special courses are also offered for Humanities, Wood Shop, Ag Science, Natural Resources, Ag Tech I and II, Family of Consumer Sciences, Leadership, Computer Science, and Consumer Education. We have 24 students involved in concurrent enrollment with Connors. A cooperative agreement with Indian Capital Area Career Technology Center is accessible for juniors and seniors.
Grades 7-8 offer traditional courses plus band, pre-algebra, a character education program, and a rotation class that includes study skills for traditional classes, wood shop, reading, and special projects for all students.
An in-house Alternative Education Program is offered for student (Grades 9-12) who are designated “At Risk” and in need of special assistance. Thirty-one students that attended Alternative Education during the past three years have graduated.
High School: Football, basketball, track, fast-pitch and slow-pitch softball, cheerleading and baseball.
Middle School: Football, basketball, track, fast-pitch and slow-pitch softball, cheerleading and baseball.
Band (Grades 4-12), vocal Music, speech contests, and art contests.
More than twenty clubs and organizations are available for participation by both the high school and middle school. (Ex: NHS, Student Council, FCCLA, SADD, FFA, 4-H, APT, etc)
Literacy First, Literacy Coach to diagnose and develop curriculum for individual students and classrooms, Accelerated Reading Program, STAR Reading and Math Programs, Literacy Library in Media Center as well as each individual classrooms, Great Expectations Program, Character Building Programs, Music, Band and PE, Science Lab (Grade 4-6), Computer Lab (Grade PK-6), TAR Wars Tobacco Prevention (Grade 5-6), Library Research Projects, Spelling Bee, Academic Team, 4-H, and before and after school learning programs open daily to all students.
District Revenues (ALL FUNDS)
Local and County 20.6%
Total Operating Budget (All Sources) $5,978.868.00
Payroll Dollars (All Positions) $4,366.025.00
Bond Construction (Past 3-Year Total) $800,000.00
Bond Construction (Next 3-Year Total) $0.00
After school tutoring
Indian Cultural Center and Computer Lab
Elementary At-Risk Student Education Summer Program
Community G.E.D. Program
Adult Community Fitness Program
District Plan-Warner (DOC - 113 KB)
Title I School wide site plan (DOC - 59 KB)
Warner 5 Year Title I Plan FY 11-16 (PDF - 139 KB)
Parental Involvement Policy (PDF - 67 KB)
If you are a parent and have any concerns, you may email Charla Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the elementary office.
Parents Right to Know Policy (DOC - 32 KB)
parents right to know policy (DOC - 32 KB)
Referral Procedures (DOC - 24 KB)
Title 1 School Parental Involvment (PDF - 531 KB)
District Parental Involvement Policy (PDF - 981 KB)