Superintendent of Schools  -  Mrs. Shelley Arrott

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Ponca City School Board Election Filing Period

December 5 through December 7

PCPS Board Ward 3 map The Ponca City Public School Board of Education hereby announces that any statutorily qualified individual interested in running as a candidate on the Ponca City School Board of Education may file for this seat at the Kay County Election Board. The Ponca City Board of Education has one position vacant this year – Ward #3, currently held by Judy Throop. The term of office for this seat will run from 2023 until 2028.

The filing period for Board of Education Candidates will open at 8:00 a.m. Monday, December 5, 2022 and closes at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 7, 2022 or when the Kay County Election Board Office closes for business that day. All filings must be made at Kay County Election Board in Newkirk. Any contest of candidacy petitions, or withdrawal of candidate, must be filed by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 9, 2022.   Click here for the complete article.

                        BOE Approved Safe Return Plan .pdf opens in new window 


American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 .pdf opens in new window

Updated 9/12/22

How funds will be used to implement prevention and mitigation strategies

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Pandemic Relief Benefit for Families
P-EBT FAQs for Families

Seventh Grade Vaccine Reminder

Seventh grade students are required to have an adult Tdap shot before they will be fully registered for the 2022-2023 school year.
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For school enrollment, a parent or guardian shall provide one of the following: current, up-to-date immunization records or a completed and signed exemption form.


For additional information, contact the Registration Center at 580-718-3834

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Ponca City Residents Pass Bond Issue

 Ponca City voters overwhelmingly passed a $49.7 million bond project on Tuesday with an almost 81 percent pass rate. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, unofficial results from the Oklahoma Election Board shows the project passed by a vote of 1,494 (80.98 percent) to 351 (19.02 percent).

 Superintendent Shelley Arrott was thrilled with the passage. “I am so appreciative and overwhelmed by our community’s support of this historic bond election, but I’m also not surprised. Every time we ask for our community’s help, our patrons never say no. They always ask how they can help and when can they get started. Ponca City is willing to make the investment for our greatest asset, the children of Ponca City, and our citizens did not waver from their consistent support for our students and our school.”

Read the Complete Bond Passage article here.

Bond 2021 - Projects Details
Upcoming October Bond Election Discussed
Various Projects in Upcoming Bond Election on Oct. 12

 Bond Transparency Act of 2017 Information

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