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Schwartz Elementary School - Oklahoma City, OK

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The fifth grade students are working with kindergarten book buddies.

It has been a long- standing tradition of Schwartz Elementary students to succeed and to give their best. Students of third, fourth, and fifth generation Stallions know the expectations and legacy that has been established. The Schwartz community, a combination of urban and rural, is reflective of various socioeconomic levels. Our mission is to be safe, challenged, and ready, all the while maintaining a positive learning environment to maximize the learning opportunities in all core curricula. We have high expectations for all our students with the cooperation of home, school, and community to ensure college and career readiness. Our dedication to improve and excel is fueled by the vision of school staff, students, and parents working together as a team. Our cooperative efforts stem from our teaching concepts of TEAMs (Teachers Enriching Academic Mastery). The commitment from all stakeholders energizes the high academic success with the contribution of focused instructional leaders, best practices, supportive and cooperative parents, and the motivating of students to give their best efforts. We continue to foster healthy and positive attitudes, creating an innate culture that will maximize learning in reading, writing, and math for the twenty-first century and beyond. Our focus is to give every student an enriched learning environment on a daily basis. Our students leave us knowing they have been with the best teachers, best classmates, and the best parents. Students are ready to be the best they can be.

Schwartz Elementary School

12001 SE 104th Street
Oklahoma City, OK, 73165-9108

(405) 794-4703

Mr. Rondall Jones, Principal at time of Nomination

Mid-Del Public Schools

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A positive attitude plus best effort will result in maximum learning in reading, writing and math for the twenty first century and beyond.

Student Demographics

  • Black/African American: 2%
  • White: 75%
  • Hispanic: 8%
  • Asian: 2%
  • Native American: 5%
  • Two or more races: 8%
  • ELL: 3%
  • Economically Disadvantaged: %