Oilton Public Schools are dedicated to provide their students with a great education. Our faculty and staff work hard every day to make sure that the students get the best training to prepare them for career and college readiness. 

Oilton Public Schools goal is to provide a positive learning environment with challenging and diverse opportunities to motivate and encourage all students to function at their potential in a changing society.

  • Upcoming Events

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    Upcoming Events


    August 17- HS Baseball @ M-O- 4:30 p.m.
    August 18- HS Baseball vs. Carney- 4:30 p.m.
    August 19- 2nd Annual Oilton All-Sports Golf Tournament @ The Links Stillwater
    August 23- School Picture Day
    August 24- HS Baseball @ Mason- 4:30 p.m.
    August 25- HS Baseball @ Carney- 4:30 p.m.
    August 28- HS Baseball vs. Frontier- 4:30 p.m.
    August 29- HS Baseball vs. Butner- 4:30 p.m.
    August 31- HS Baseball @ Preston Tournament- 4:30 p.m.


    Please be advised that Oilton Public School has a new fax number. You may send information via fax to 918-615-9698.


  • Why Parents Should Read to Kids

    Cartoon Parents reading to a child

    Why Parents Should Read to Kids

    One of the best ways to develop a love of reading in your children from a young age is to read to them as often as possible. Doing this simple activity can have benefits for them throughout the course of their lives while providing enjoyment for your family now. Here are some reasons you should consistently devote time to reading to your child, regardless of their age.

    Learn About Your Children

    You may be worried that your children don't talk much about their feelings or they're experiencing problems that are hidden to you. Reading together at night can be an excellent time to feel out and learn about these issues.On a basic level, a reading ritual allows for you to have dedicated and intimate time every day with your child that other activities, such as television, would not offer. In addition, nothing will get you're a child talking faster than opening doors to new worlds and with the correct book, attention will be placed solely on the reading experience. Also, this focus will open a perfect opportunity to discuss issues that your child is going through now or will go through in the future.Educationally, you will learn about the areas in which your children are struggling most. For example, if they have difficulty reading or sounding out words when you offer for them to read, then you will know it will be important to focus on developing that skill.


    Offer Knowledge

    Books are great teaching resources for children of all ages. Depending on the difficulty level of the book, new vocabulary may be introduced that will allow for a wider range of discussion. Critical reading skills will be inherently taught through the books, allowing them a leg up when they enter into the more advanced reading courses they take later in their educational career.Of course, the subject matter of books is relevant to the child's learning as well. Biographies and nonfictional resources can be just as stimulating for some as fantasy books. By taking advantage of all literary resources and genres will allow for a wider range of knowledge as a child grows.


    Develop a Love of Reading

    A love of books can be one of the most important qualities to foster in your children. Books offer a wide range of coping mechanisms that would otherwise be shut off from children as they age.Whether it's recreationally or educationally, the ability and desire to read individually is an important habit to foster. Reading has been shown to lower stress, extend knowledge, improve memory, and improve learning abilities. The benefits to reading are nearly endless, but none of those positives can be acquired without habitual reading.


    Overall, parents with children of any age should not shy away from dedicating time every night to reading aloud. Whether you do it as a bedtime ritual or during breakfast doesn't matter. The only important thing is that you spend time every day building up all of the positives that reading aloud can offer.

  • Tri-County Bright Futures Kicks Off


    Tri-County Bright Futures is a collaborative effort between Oilton, Cleveland, Drumright, and Jennings school districts. The vision of Tri-County Bright Futures is to inspire community partnerships that open a way for all children to learn, lead and serve to their full potential now and in the future. To bring that vision to reality, Tri-County Bright Futures will work to develop and support those partnerships while serving the needs of students in Oilton, Cleveland, Drumright, and Jennings.

    The Tri-County Bright Futures framework brings together businesses, human service agencies, faith-based organizations, parent groups and individuals in an effort to create lasting connections to help all kids succeed. Through this framework, our affiliate communities are committed to three main goals:

    1      Create communication and resource structures to meet any child's basic needs within 24 hours.
    2      Build community leadership capacity to improve problem-solving capabilities to address the greater challenges faced by today's youth.
    3      Provide service-learning opportunities to provide students and teachers curriculum-based, hands-on service experiences to grow generations of                   service-minded citizens

    Tri-County Bright Futures is the first multi-district affiliate community in the state of Oklahoma. There are Bright Futures affiliate communities in seven states with the organization’s home base in Joplin, MO.

    Tri-County Bright Futures will host their kick-off event on Wednesday evening, August 9, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Public School Event Center featuring Dr. Ruby Payne. Dr. Payne will speak on the importance of school-community partnerships and how relevant it is to ensure students’ academic success.

    Dr. Payne will also speak on Thursday, August 10, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Cleveland Public School Events Center to more than 1,000 teachers from local school districts and districts across the state on how to effectively serve and meet the needs of students who live in poverty. As an expert on the mindsets of economic classes and overcoming the hurdles of poverty, Dr. Payne has trained hundreds of thousands of professionals, from educators and school administrators to community, church, and business leaders. Additionally, Dr. Payne has written and co-authored more than a dozen books, including the bestselling A Framework for Understanding Poverty and Bridges Out of Poverty while her organization has branched out
    into working towards developing healthy, sustainable communities.

    For more information regarding Tri-County Bright Futures or if you would like to attend the community kick-off event scheduled on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, please contact Dr. Matt Posey, Superintendent of Oilton Public Schools at 918-862-0389 or Mr. Aaron Espolt, Superintendent of Cleveland Public Schools at 918-358-2210.



  • Moms & Muffins

    Faculty members and students in grades PK-5 hosted the Moms & Muffins breakfast on Friday, April 22, 2017 to honor and show appreciation to all moms. The breakfast was well attended and we appreciate all moms for their support of our students and our school.



  • Indian Electric Youth Tour Winners

    Congratulations Daryn Liebig, Marissa Smith, Kayden Gripe, and Alyssa Ballin for being recognized as the Energy Camp Winners on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at the Indian Electric Youth Tour Banquet. The students completed as essay writing activity in Mrs. Sadler's Language Arts class that was entered into the contest held by Indian Electric. The students were awarded a trip to Youth Energy Camp that will be held this summer. 

    Dary Liebig, Marissa Smith, Mrs. Sadler, Kayden Gripe, Alyssa Ballin

  • Central Technology Center- STEM Day

    Central Tech hosted the 14th Annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Day at the Drumright campus. It’s a one-day event with activities consisting of math contests, engineering and scientific problem solving, and demonstrations related to STEM.

    Seventeen schools attended with approximately 550 high school and middle school students competing. Competitions included five areas of math: middle school math, algebra I & II, geometry, and advanced math, two engineering events—a ping pong ball launcher and a mousetrap-powered vehicle. In the biomedical science area, students solved a written scientific problem using teamwork, scientific deductions, and demonstration of the method used.

    Winners received medals for first, second, and third places. A sweepstakes honor was awarded to the schools with the most overall points which were: High School—first place Cushing, second place Mannford, and third place Bristow; Middle School—first place Mannford, second place Bristow, and third place Eagle Point Christian Academy in Sapulpa.

    Congratulations to our very own Hannah Johnson at Oilton Middle School! Hannah placed 2nd overall in the middle school mathematics competition. 

  • 7th-8th Grade Academic Team

    Congratulations to Mrs. Sadler and the 7th-8th-grade academic team on their win at the regional academic tournament. The team has qualified for the state academic tournament to be held later in the spring. 

                              7th and 8th grade academic team
                                      Justice Purvis, Grant Witt, Trevor Tunnell, Ashley Melton


  • 5th-6th Grade Academic Team

    Congratulations to Mrs. Sadler and the 5th-6th-grade academic team on their win at the regional academic tournament. The team has qualified for the state academic tournament to be held later in the spring. 

                              5th and 6th grade academic team


  • 5th-6th Grade Academic Team

    Congratulations to Mrs. Sadler and the 5th-6th-grade academic team for their undefeated finish in the district academic meet on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. Schools participating in the academic competition included Oilton, Schulter, Sasakwa, and Barnsdall.

                              5th and 6th grade acadmeic team


  • Cimarron 7 Conference Tournament

    Congratulations to Coach Kennedy and the 7th-8th-grade boys basketball team on their 3rd place finish at the Cimarron 7 Conference basketball tournament on Thursday, November 17, 2016!

    7th and 8th grade boys basketball team

  • Veteran's Day

    Oilton students recognized and honored local veteran's in the community for their service and dedication to our country so that we may enjoy the freedoms we have today. In addition to the assembly recognizing the local veteran's, they were provided lunch as a way of showing support on behalf of the students and staff at Oilton Public Schools.

           Veterans   Speaker at the Veterans assembly



  • Chesapeake Arena

    Oilton Panthers played the Ripley Warriors at the Chesapeake Arena in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, November 9th. Both schools and communities were well represented and the student-athletes appreciated having the opportunity to play in the arena.

    Oilton Panthers basketball teams outside Chesapeake Arena  Oilton Panthers playing against Ripley Warriors

    Three Students posing with the Oilton Panther's mascot  Oilton basketball team playing against Ripley Warriors

    Oilton Panthers Boys Basketball Team  Oilton Panthers Girls Basketball Team

                                    Oilton Panthers Cheerleading squad



  • Mock Election

    Mrs. Bridwell held a mock election for elementary and middle school students on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, as a teaching tool to help students understand how the election process works. Students enjoyed having the opportunity to cast their votes and learn about the election process.

    Students participating in a mock election  Student filling out a mock election ballot

    Student filling out mock election ballots  Students signing off their names like in a real polling place

                                    Student signing in like at a real polling place


  • Living History Museum

    Mrs. Serner and her 8th Grade U.S. History class presented a living wax museum as a class project during parent-teacher conferences for parents and students on Monday, October 17, 2016.

    Student acting as a living wax sculpture Student acting as a living wax sculpture

    Student acting as a living wax sculpture Student acting as a living wax sculpture

    Student acting as a living wax sculpture Student acting as a living wax sculpture

    Student acting as a living wax sculpture Student acting as a living wax sculpture

  • Team Strike Force

    Team Strike Force visited Oilton Public School students on Friday, November 4, 2016. Team members presented their message of building strong character, being a team player, and goal setting during assemblies for grades PK-5 and 6th-12th grades. Students enjoyed the opportunity to hear Team Strike Force.

    Students being lifted by a Team Strike Force member  Students posing with a team strike force member

    Students with team strike force members  Students with Team Strike Force members


  • Cushing Ecology Collaboration Project

    Mrs. Travis and the Environmental Science class at Oilton High School partnered with Ms. Syverson and her Environmental Science class at Cushing High School for a collaborative Ecology project on October 4th. Students from both high schools were partnered and participated in various projects including the observation of water and land organisms in addition to various projects using microscopes in the lab. The individual classrooms at Oilton HS and Cushing HS will be compiling data collected from their group projects throughout the remainder of the semester. Students will collaborate at the end of the semester to share their final projects together.

    Mrs. Travis and the Environmental Science class group photo Students examining something under a tree


    Students examining specimen Two students walking

    Three students posed on a rock Students examining specimen in the lab

    Students examining specimen in the lab Students examining specimen in the lab

  • Oilton High School- Students of the Month

    Tristen Greene and Gabriel Rhodes have been selected as Students of the Month at Oilton High School during the month of January. Students are selected by faculty and staff based on their work ethics, citizenship qualities, academic performance, and respectful attitude displayed towards their peers and the faculty and staff. 

    Tristen Greene and Gabriel Rhodes - Students of the month

  •  See You At The Pole

    See You At The Pole was held on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 7:15 a.m. Students, faculty, parents, local pastors and Oilton Police Department met in front of the flag pole for prayer and fellowship.

    Students praying outside the school   Students praying outside the school


      ​Students praying around the school's flag pole  students praying around the school's flagpole


                                                   students praying around the school's flagpole

  • 2nd Annual Color Run

    Oilton Elementary School hosted the 2nd Annual Color Run on Saturday, September 17, 2016, in the Oilton City Park. Oilton Public School and race coordinator Sarah Rickner would like to thank everyone who participated in the event. Proceeds from the Color Run will benefit the Accelerated Reader program at Oilton Elementary School.

    Students getting ready for the color run                    student getting ready for the color run             

                                           students running through a group as color pouches are thrown at them




  • Grandparents Day Breakfast


    students with their grandparents in the lunch roomStudents at Oilton Elementary School were greeted by grandparents on Friday, September 16, 2016, for breakfast as students and faculty celebrated Grandparents Day. The breakfast was well attended with approximately 100 grandparents attending the event.The faculty, staff, and students would like to thank all grandparents who attended the event making this a special day. 

    Students with their grandparents in the lunch room