It is of importance to inform the public that Putnam City Schools manages an established online virtual public school that has been successfully operating since 2011 under public school guidelines.
Welcome to Hilldale Elementary, home of the Tigers! Our school is an incredible place to get an education with outstanding students and staff. We work hard every day to make the futures of our children brighter.
We are committed to providing every child a high-quality education. Our staff of dedicated professionals work to meet the needs of each of our students through a variety of innovative programs. Fourth and fifth graders are provided the opportunity to participate in a competitive sports program geared to sportsmanship and fitness, as well as the development of athletic skills. Our boys in grades 1-5 are provided the opportunity to be a part of our Cub Scouts program. We also have an orchestra program for our students in the upper grades. We house an in-school daycare providing after school programs. It is designed to help parents who may have to be at their job late each day. Our daycare provides after school supervision from 3:45 until 6:00 each afternoon at a daily rate of $11.
Hilldale is a Uniform School. Please see the information about school uniforms through the School Uniform link.
We look forward to developing positive relationships with each of our students and their families. We encourage you to be an active participant in your child’s education.
“I am a proud Hilldale Tiger. I choose to be Respectful, Responsible, and Ready to Learn!”
Click here for more information about Tiger Pack after school care.
Fifty-four Putnam City students have been named 2019 Oklahoma Academic Scholars by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
Tulakes Elementary 1st-grade teacher Shadonna Watkins was named Putnam City Schools’ “Teacher of the Year” during the district’s annual celebration of teaching excellence Tuesday night.
Five teachers have been selected as finalists for Putnam City’s Teacher of the Year. The finalists, along with teachers of the year from other district schools, will be honored at the district’s annual Teacher of the Year program at 7p.m. on Tuesday, March 5, at Victory Church, 4300 N MacArthur Blvd.
Putnam City Schools is offering a benefit that saves its teachers an estimated $4,000 a year and as an additional bonus brings them peace of mind. And even though the benefit is significant, it’s one that few other Oklahoma school districts provide: district-operated child care.
Putnam City North High School’s student council was recently notified that is one of just two in Oklahoma and 28 across the nation to be named by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC) as a National Council of Excellence for 10 consecutive years.