Instructional Vision

Teachers and leaders at EPS believe that preparing students to be college & career ready requires strategic learning experiences relative to content standards and post-secondary expectations that include the following:

  • Environments that inspire mutual respect among all learners;
  • Optimism that equips learners with the tools and attitudes to approach problem-solving  with grit, perseverance, & confidence;
  • Inquiry that builds on natural curiosity;
  • Opportunities to merge content objectives with meaningful application and processes;
  • Robust student-centered activities, marked by collaborative conversations;
  • Support that honors the natural disequilibrium between the struggle to learn and the celebration of mastery;
  • Optimal levels of individual student growth, continuously monitored for understanding;
  • Feedback combined with self-assessment that empowers students to set incremental goals toward long-term results;
  • Effective communication that demonstrates acquired knowledge and skills.

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The district’s curriculum department works closely with administrators and teachers to ensure that the content, depth, and rigor of state standards prepare students for college and career success.

To learn more about the standards click here:  

OSDE Family Guides:

The Oklahoma State Department of Education Family Guides are resources aligned with the Oklahoma Academic Standards and developed specifically for Oklahoma families to complement classroom learning. They illustrate what is expected of students at each grade level in different content areas along with activities families can do at home to further support children’s learning experiences. OSDE Family Guides:

Report Cards

The State Board of Education (SBE)  approved release of the 2018 Oklahoma School Report Cards, introducing a school accountability system that corrects flaws in past iterations and provides a more comprehensive view of schools. They are available at

Under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and a 2016 state law, House Bill 3218, the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) was required to develop a new school accountability system. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister then convened a 95-member task force representing a diverse range of education stakeholders to rethink how the state measures school performance. The resulting accountability system is now a dashboard-based platform that provides a snapshot of multiple aspects of school and student performance.

The portal can be found here:

If you have not already set up an account, you will need your student’s 10-digit State ID (STN) number and date of birth. If you have last year’s OSTP results or your child’s report card which can be found in the parent portal on Infinite Campus, the 10-digit State ID (STN) can be found in either of these places.   It is labeled State ID