Human Resources Department

  •  Human Resources Department

    Curtis Layton
    Executive Director of Human Resources

    Office Phone: 580-718-3845


    The Human Resource Department
    includes Personnel, Payroll
    and Employee Benefits. 

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Curtis Layton - Executive Director

  • Human Resources -Executive Director - Curtis Layton

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Human Resources Information

  •       The Human Resource Department coordinates district recruitment, employment benefits, workers compensation, teacher residency, compensation, compliance and record-keeping activities for over 1,000 contracted employees and substitutes. The HR Department is dedicated to customer service and strives to provide exceptional assistance and support for district personnel and the community. They are committed to hiring and retaining the most qualified personnel to provide optimum educational opportunities for Ponca City students.

          Our teaching staff is 100% highly qualified under No Child Left Behind. Our support staff members are also critical to our success. Custodians, Child nutrition assistants, secretaries, computer technicians, bus drivers, custodians and more - every member of the PCPS team contributes to the educational experience. You may use the links on the side to explore our site and find pertinent information.

    The HR offices are located in the Administration Building at the following address:

    Ponca City Public Schools
     613 East Grand
    Ponca City, OK 74601
    District Administration Phone: 580-767-8000
    Fax: 580-767-8007

Notice of Non-Discrimination

  • Notice of Non-Discrimination
    Ponca City Schools is committed to conducting its personnel practices in a manner that ensures nondiscrimination in employment and equal opportunity in employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap, medical condition, marital status, age and gender. Reasonable accommodations may be provided upon request.
    Our district is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal and state civil rights statutes, laws and regulations. Discrimination is prohibited against any person in recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, retention, discipline, pay, or other terms and conditions of employment, in access to facilities, in treatment of individuals with disabilities, or in any aspect of operations, because of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, or veteran status. Discrimination is a violation of the law and will not be condoned or tolerated in the district.