Jenks Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Jenks, OK. It has 11,633 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 76% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
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Jenks Public Schools Reviews
Today I'm ashamed to be a student at Jenks Middle School, the school board/district office threatened us with truancy and an afterschool detention if we participated in the walkout this morning. A low blow petty move that only takes away our rights to voice our opinions and make ourselves heard. The student body is tired of being ignored and mistreated by the administration and board and something needs to change. Students should receive at least some communication from their schools in times like these where people walk into schools with weapons and blatently kill people, we have heard no such support and we have the right to feel safe at school.
Jenks provides so many opportunities that many other districts do not have the resources to provide. It wasn't until high school that I transferred to Jenks. I immediately was able to get involved in the music department at the high school, something that didn't even exist in my old school. I am so glad to have gone to a high school that cares about their students. There are so many things to get involved with sports, art, clubs, etc. Its not just the activities either its also the caring students and staff. I have never felt so much love from teachers until I came to Jenks. Jenks is truly a special place.
I really like how spirited the school environment is. Most of my teachers are hardworking and enjoy spending time with their students. Many of which are very helpful and flexible when it comes to school work. One thing I would like to see change is the way certain subjects are taught such as Bullying Prevention, Drug Education, and Sex Education. Maybe better scheduling and not have them taught back to back in some cases.