Boys Coach – Jared Griffin
Girls Coach – Kelli Kana
Coach – Hayden Garringer
Hayden Garringer and Kelli Kana
Morrison Public Schools has a Parent Portal in place that allows parents with children in grades 2nd - 12th to view their child's / children's assignments and grades online as well as enroll for the new school year. This is a beneficial asset to help parents keep informed as to their child's progress.
You will use the same user and password as you used for the previous school year. If you have questions please call the office and speak to Donna 580-724-3307, High School or Kristi 580-724-3620, Elementary.
For step-by-step instructions click here:
Directions of Online Enrollment
To access the Parent Portal, please click on the following link:
Oklahoma State Testing Program—How to Obtain Scores
Homeless/Multi-Family Dwellings Education Information
Morrison Public Schools has partnered with the Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Oklahoma to offer students who have CDIB the opportunity to enroll in the Johnson O’Malley Program (JOM).
Benefits of joining JOM include
· Schools Shoes @ cost of up to $50
· Eye-ware @ cost or up to $50
· Cap & Gown @ cost or up to $50 (seniors only)
· School Supplies (passed out before school by JOM Committee)
JOM also offers an Incentive Program for students. This year incentives will be awarded according to the student’s academic and attendance records. This will include graduation awards for seniors. These incentive awards will be for students who make honor roll at least one semester for the school year or perfect attendance for at least one semester.
To report bullying or harassment please complete this form:
Bullying Prevent Resources
For school enrollment, a parent or guardian shall provide one for the following:
Oklahoma Immunization Law
All 7th grade students must have Tdap. Ask your doctor for meningococcal and Human papillomavirus HPV vaccine at the same time and protect your teen now and in the future.
School immunization laws are one of the most effective ways to prevent disease outbreaks. Outbreaks of diseases such as diphtheria, polio, and measles were common in schools before vaccines were available. Schools were major sites for transmission of these diseases. School immunization laws work and now these diseases have almost vanished from the United States. We all have our parents and grandparents to thank for supporting these laws. If we keep vaccinating our children we can look forward to a future when these diseases will be eradicated.