Facilities

Administration Offices
and Superintendent Offices

600 Maple
Yukon, OK 73099
(405) 354-2587
FAX (405) 354-4208
 
Athletic Field House and Office

1777 S. Yukon Parkway
Yukon, OK 73099 
(405) 354-0413
Fax: (405) 354-6607 
Fine Arts Center

850 Yukon Ave.
Yukon, OK 73099 
(405) 354-8356
Fax: (405) 354-6683 
Alternative School Program
Yukon Alternative Learning Experience

Jody Pendleton, Principal
320 S 9th   
(405) 354-6619
 
946 Poplar
(405) 350-2650
Centralized Enrollment Center

1000 Yukon Avenue
Yukon, OK 73099 
(405) 265-1300
FAX: 265-1301 
Child Nutrition

500 E Vandament
Yukon, OK 73099 
(405) 265-1340, Ext 1622
FAX: 265-1314 
Maintenance

1011 W Main
Yukon, OK 73099 
(405) 354-6646
FAX: 350-2170
Transportation 

11043 NW 10th
Yukon, OK 73099 
(405) 354-6667

Seven PK-3 Elementary Schools

 

 

 

    Principal

Central

300 S 9th

(405) 354- 2501

    Robin Russell

Myers    

1200 S 1st

(405) 354-5252

    Ron Brummett

Parkland

2201 S Cornwell

(405) 354-7786

    Lance Haggard

Ranchwood  

607 Annawood

(405) 354-6616

    Kristin Kilpatrick

Shedeck

2100 S Holly Ave.

(405) 354-6601

    Mark Park

Skyview

650 S. Yukon Parkway 

(405) 354-4852

    Carla Smith

Surrey Hills

10700 N Hastings

(405) 373-1973

    Bill Pierce

Two 4th and 5th Centers
Independence Elementary School

500 E Vandament Ave.
Yukon, OK 73099
(405) 265-1352
Fax: 265-1353
Roni McKee, Principal
Lakeview Elementary School

872 S. Yukon Parkway
Yukon, OK 73099
(405) 265-1342
Fax: 265-1343 
Scott Hein, Principal
 
                
Yukon Middle School
6th Grade Academy
801 S Garth Brooks Blvd.
Yukon, OK 73099    
(405) 354-5274   
Fax: (405) 354-0921 
Cecil Bowles, Principal 
7th & 8th Grades
1000 Yukon Ave.
Yukon, OK 73099    
(405) 350-2630
Fax: (405) 350-2632
Cecil Bowles, Principal
 
Yukon High School
1777 S. Yukon Parkway
Yukon, OK  73099
(405) 354-6692
Fax: (405) 354-8411
Melissa Barlow, Principal


The school facilities of Yukon Public Schools range from high to superior in ratings. Yukon experienced rapid growth from the late 1960's to the 1970's, making it difficult to provide enough quality facilities for the students. However, with the help of the community through continuous bond issue passage, the school system has been able to build and maintain excellent facilities. Continuous upgrading of facilities is necessary to ensure excellent schools for each child presently enrolled and for future generations.

Most facilities have been built within the last 25 years. All are bright, well-lit, heated and air-conditioned buildings that provide children with a pleasant and safe study environment. A great deal of planning has gone into each of the buildings to provide for the needs of the regular classroom and to provide adequate areas for special curricular needs.