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 If you would like to be able to check your child's grades on line, then you need to email ....

Liz@ lbrewer@porter.k12.ok.us

You need to send her your child's name and birth date. After verification, you will be sent information on how to access this information.

 

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Porter Consolidated Schools
P.O. Box 120
Porter, Oklahoma 74454
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Phone: 918-483-2401
Fax: 918-483-2310
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For the 2016-2017 school year Porter Schools will not be mailing eligibility letters to parents via US mail.  Students which are on the probation or ineligible list will be notified by letter at school.  Please monitor your child’s grades on quicklinks on the school webpage.  If you need to obtain a username please contact Liz Brewer via email at lbrewer@porter.k12.ok.us


 

 

NSU ACT TEST PREP COURSES – COST $85, CONTACT CONTINUING EDUCATION AT 918-444-4610 DATES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Tahlequah + Muskogee

ACT Prep Camp Dates*

·  Saturday, October 8, 2016

Saturday Prep Camps are from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and cover Testing Strategies, English/Reading, and Math/Science.

Fee: $85, includes a workbook


 

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Porter Consolidated School District is committed to providing an exciting and rewarding educational experience.  Administrators and staff are here to help you and your child reach established goals.  We encourage parents and students alike to get involved with our school system.  We have many organizations, athletics opportunities, and academic pursuits in which to participate.  We want our students to leave our school as well-rounded citizens.  Our staff sets high standards for all of our students.  We  realize that it takes not only the child's desire to succeed, but a strong support from the home.   We hope you appreciate all of the work we put forth in educating the children of Porter!!

Mark Fenton
Superintendent

 


 

2016 District/High School

Teacher of the Year

Sherrye Smith

 

2016 Elementary School

Teacher of the Year

Paige Pratt


 
 
Reading Proficiency      
    In order to obtain your Oklahoma State Driver’s License, you must meet “Satisfactory” or “Proficient” on a state mandated Reading test. The state testing is administered every spring. However, the counselor also offers alternate tests 4 times a year. If you have questions regarding this, please check the counselor’s link or contact the school.