Student Organizations

Enrollment

Pre-Enrollment Procedures

Below is important information regarding enrollment, please read carefully.   Enrollment application packets are at the bottom of the page for download.  You may complete online then print and sign enrollment packets before bringing them to office. 


 Admissions

The Central Enrollment Center for Durant ISD is located on the corner of Waco & Grand Ave, just East of the Central Administration building. Students may enroll anytime during the school year, between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm.

Students entering the Durant Independent School District (regardless of grade level) must be accompanied by a parent or legal custodian & meet the following admission requirements at the beginning of the current school year:

  • Be at least four years old on or before September 1st of the current school year (not calendar year)
  • Submit a legal birth certificate or have one on file
  • Be up-to-date on current vaccinations in accordance to the Oklahoma School Immunization Law

The Oklahoma School Immunization Law requires the following vaccination schedule:

  • 2 doses of MMR (Measles, Mumps & Rubella) - only 1 required for Pre-Kindergarten enrollment
  • 5 doses of DTP (DTAP) - only 4 required for Pre-Kindergarten enrollment
  • 4 doses of Polio - only 3 required for Pre-Kindergarten enrollment
  • 3 doses of Hepatitis B (PK-12)
  • 2 doses of Hepatitis A (PK-12)
  • 1 dose of Varicella (Chicken Pox) (PK-12)
  • 1 dose TDAP (7-12) 

 Documentation Requirements

The following documents must be brought with the parent or legal custodian of the student(s) on the day of enrollment. Students may not attend classes until the following day.

  • TWO Proofs of Residency (Water, Gas or Electric Bill, or Lease/Rental Agreement)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Official Immunization Records
  • Academic Information (including name, address, phone and fax of previous school; withdrawal form; transcripts or report cards)

Enrollment Forms 

*forms may be filled out online, printed, signed and brought to the enrollment office.

PreK 2018-19 Enrollment Packet

K-1st 2018-19 Enrollment Packet

2nd-6th 2018-19 Enrollment Packet

7th-12th 2018-19 Enrollment Packet (coming soon)

To view these documents, you will need Adobe Reader installed on your computer or a browser that can view PDFs documents. 


 Locations

Please refer to the map on the right to view each of our 8 locations.

 

Durant ISD schools and administration offices are located at the following addresses and intersections:

 

 Administration and Superintendent Offices 
 1323 Waco St (Washington & Waco)
 
 Durant High School
 950 Gerlach Drive
 
 Durant Middle School
 802 W Walnut St (8th & Walnut)
 
 Durant Intermediate School
 1314 Waco St (Washington & Waco)
 
 Northwest Heights Elementary School
 1715 University Blvd (16th & University)
 
 Robert E. Lee Early Childhood Center
 824 W Louisiana St (S 9th & Louisiana)
 
 Washington Irving Elementary School
 812 W Locust St (8th & Locust)
 
 Vision Academy
 314 E Main St (NE 3rd & Main, old George Washington Elementary building)

 Elementary School Boundaries Map

Northwest Heights, Robert E. Lee and Washington Irving all house grades PK-3. Durant ISD is zoned for attendance areas as per this map. In the center of the district is an overlap area, in which students may choose to attend either NWH or WI, based on availability. When selecting housing, refer to the map for your attendance zone. If your housing is in a border area, please be sure to verify your attendance zone with the school district or the Bryan County Assessor’s Office, as the map is only a close representation.

Welcome to Durant High School

Durant High School is a comprehensive high school with a long history of excellence in education; a tradition proudly carried on by faculty and staff. We strive to provide outstanding academic preparation for our students as well as many opportunities for career readiness.  Our goal is that all students will be prepared to take the road of their choice upon graduation. With our award winning Career Technology programs and college prep academics, students are afforded a large number of academic opportunities and necessary industry level skills to compete and succeed in a rapidly changing workforce.

We hope to partner with you as we promote exemplary academic success, encourage personal growth, provide a safe and healthy learning environment and foster a culture of respect.

Durant High School Air Quality Reports

Cheryl Conditt

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 Assistant Principal  Assistant Principal  Dean of Students  Athletic Director
       
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 Senior Counselor  10th & 11th Academic Advisor  9th Academic Advisor  Nurse

 

DHS Staff Directory 


 

School Information

2018-19 school Orientation/schedule pickup

9th grade orientation Thursday August 9th, 2018  3:00 - 7:00pm pick up schedules at the end of orientation. Schedule changes may be submitted that day.

10th - 12th grades may access their schedules through infinite Campus Student login beginning August 3rd. Schedules may be submitted no later than August 9th.

Student Handbook & Course Guide

Please refer to the school handbook for information concerning policies, procedures, discipline and dress code. Please visit the DHS Counseling Office link to view the  course guide information on electives, required classes and other important information.

Information regarding DHS Graduation and other end of year activities may be found on the DHS Counseling Office link located under Parents or Students menus. 

Drop-off & Pick-up

Students may be dropped-off and Picked-up in the front loop of the High School and enter directly into the West Commons area. The front loop is a non-parking zone. Driving students should park in the East parking lot and enter the building through the East Commons area. 

School Publications

Weekly Announcements sign-up  / PDF version

Flu Shot Information

DHS Yearbook

DHS Media Team Weekly Podcast


 

Contact Information

 950 Gerlach Drive  (580) 924-4424 (voice)
 Durant, OK 74701  (580) 916-7041 (fax)

 

 

 

Welcome to Durant Intermediate School

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Durant Intermediate School,  established in 1997.  We are proud of our award-winning school, outstanding teachers and staff, hard-working students and committed parents and volunteers.  Our goal is to help each child become a life-long learner! Together we will enhance the educational opportunities for our students.  We are truly a team that works together to guarantee a better tomorrow for our students and our community. Thank You for entrusting  your most valuable treasure to us!

We hope to partner with you as we promote exemplary academic success, encourage personal growth, provide a safe and healthy learning environment and foster a culture of kindness and respect.

 

Aaron McCoy

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DIS Principal

 

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 Assistant Principal  Counselor  Counselor  Nurse

 

DIS Staff Directory


 

School Information

4th grade supply list

5th grade supply list

6th grade supply list

 

2018-19 Back to School Information

DIS Orientation Notes for DIS Parents

We will also have ONE orientation for ONLY NEW STUDENTS TO DIS on Monday, August 13 at 6 p.m. in the 4th grade gym. This includes 4th graders new to the building as well as 5th and 6th graders new to the Durant School District. 4th Grade students will stay for a brief informational session in your 4th grade homeroom. Fourth graders are welcome to bring school supplies. New fifth and sixth graders will return the next evening to drop off school supplies.

5th & 6th Grade Students Tuesday, August 14, “Come & Go” between 5:00-6:00 p.m. Times listed are “come and go” – you can drop off supplies and meet your child’s HOMEROOM teacher during this time. 5th and 6th grade, due to limited time, please do not visit all of your child’s teachers, only their homeroom teacher. You are welcome to walk around and find your other classrooms based on your schedule. 4th Grade classrooms will not be open during this time.

Schedules for 5th/6th grades may be picked up August 10 & 13 at our main office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. You may also view your schedule on the parent portal. 4th Grade homerooms will be posted Friday, August 10 at 3 p.m. or you may view your schedule on the parent portal.

Classes Begin Thursday, August 16

Student Handbook

Please refer to the school handbook for information concerning policies, procedures, discipline and dress code.

 

Drop-off & Pick-up

School begins at 7:50 and breakfast is served from 7:15-7:45 in the main cafeteria and 7:15-7:45 in the 4th grade cafeteria. Students may be dropped-off at the 4th grade parking lot by the greenhouse or through the two lane drop-off on the south side of the building. Fifth and Sixth graders should go straight to the big gym for Rise and Shine unless they need to eat breakfast first. Fourth graders should go into the 4th grade gym as it is the breakfast and holding area.

After school pick-up areas are designated as follows: Fourth grade is picked up in the circle loop (enter from Washington Street) only. Fifth and sixth grade students are picked up on the south side of the building (enter from Washington Street by front entrance). If a family has siblings, the older child should go to the younger child's pick-up area. Buses leave from the playground area on Grand Avenue. No students should be picked up in this area. To arrange bus transportation, please visit the transportation department page or call 580-924-7015.

Orientation Notes for DIS parents

 

School Publications

DIS Yearbook

DIS Weekly Newsletter sign-up   /  PDF Version

 

Special Events / Information


DIS collects box tops to earn cash for our school! Print this form for your child to use and turn in for a treat!

Goddard Youth Camp is an annual week-long field trip for 6th graders. Students participate in various science, social studies, and physical education activities over the week. Previous attendees boast that it was one of the best weeks of their school life! If your student is interested in attending this field trip, you should begin planning early! There is limited space available so you may start adding money to your child’s account as early as 4th grade. The cost to attend is $250. If for some reason your child is unable to attend after you pay, your money will be refunded. The Camp Goddard List will help you prepare for packing.

 


 

Contact Information

 1314 Waco Street  (580) 924-1397 (voice)
 Durant, OK 74701  (580) 920-7940 (fax)

 

 

Welcome to Durant Middle School

I am honored to be serving as Principal at Durant Middle School. We have a staff that is not only very strong in their individual academic area, but they also have a heart that is willing to do whatever it takes to provide your student with the highest quality of education possible. To achieve this goal, expectations are high and parental involvement and support are critical. I ask that you use the links above to access your student's Brainhoney account and the Parent Portal. These logins will provide your student's school information. Available to you on a daily basis are grades, attendance, class schedule and scores on assessments taken at the end of each school year. Hopefully this tool will be useful for monitoring your child's progress.

At Durant Middle School, we believe that communication is a crucial element in the success of every student. We welcome your feedback and are available to partner with you in an effort to achieve this goal.

 

John Williamson

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DMS Principal

 

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 Assistant Principal  Counselor  Counselor  Nurse
       
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Athletic Director Attendance DMS Main Office  
  580-916-7244 580-924-1321  

DMS FAQ's document (PDF)

DMS Staff Directory


 

School Information

Durant Middle School Orientation

Schedules may only be picked up by the student assigned to that schedule or their parent or legal guardian.

School Supplies

DMS SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST

 

Student Handbook

Please refer to the school handbook for information concerning policies, procedures, discipline and dress code.


Vaccination Requirement for 7th Graders

 

Drop-off & Pick-up

7th Grade Students should be dropped-off and picked-up at the Main Entrance at the West Commons.  From Pine Street, use the south parking lot entrance. Once in the parking lot, stay to the right and head towards the Main Entrance.  After dropping off your student at the main Entrance, continue around the parking lot to the south exit off of Pine (where you entered the parking lot).

 7th grade Drop off and Pick Up

 7th Grade Drop-Off and Pick-up
Please enter and exit the parking lot through the south entrance, onto Pine Street.

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8th Grade Students should be dropped-off at the monument on 8th Street in the morning to enter through the Main Entrance at the west commons. From Pine Street, turn north onto 8th Street. Travel approximately one block, stopping at the Durant school monument. Please stay in the left lane so that through traffic may pass on the right and you can safely drop off your student at the curb nearest to the entrance. All students will use the main building entrance in the morning.

8th Grade Drop Off 8th Grade Pick Up
8th Grade Drop-Off 8th Grade Pick-Up

8th Grade Students should be picked up in front of the Gymnasium entrance at the east commons. Follow the same path as morning drop-off, but travel past the monument and right at the stop sign onto Walnut Street. Pull forward, just past the flagpole, until you are at the entrance of the east commons. Please stay in the left lane so that through traffic may pass on the right and you can safely pick up your student at the curb nearest to the entrance.

If you have a 7th and 8th grade student, you may use the designated drop-off point of your choosing.

 

Important Parent/Student Links

 

School Publications

Yearbook

DMS Weekly Newsletter sign-up  / PDF Version

  


 

Contact Information

 802 West Walnut  (580) 924-1321 (voice)
 Durant, OK 74701  (580) 924-8278 (fax)

 

 

Welcome to Durant Vision Academy


Welcome to Durant Public Schools Vision Academy. The school is founded on the belief that every student can learn and succeed when provided with a learning environment that meets their individual needs and interests.

The mission of the Vision Academy is to provide students who have dropped out of school and high challenge students who are at risk of dropping out with an alternative path to success. This alternate route will lead to the completion of high school or the General Education Development Test entailing opportunities for vocational-technical preparation and work site learning experiences for a successful transition into the work force and/or post-secondary training. We look forward to working with each student daily, encouraging and supporting them as they make the most of their opportunity to achieve success.

 

Ron Norman

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Vision Academy Director

 

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 Counselor  

 

 

Vision Academy Staff Directory 


 

School Information

Student Handbook

Please refer to the school handbook for information concerning policies, procedures, discipline and dress code.

 

Student Criteria

In order for students to qualify for admission to Vision Academy, they must meet one or more of the following:

  • Between the ages of 14 -21
  • Recent dropouts or at risk of dropping out
  • 1 year below age appropriate grade placement
  • History of non-mastery of academic courses -- not expected to graduate on time
  • History of physical and/or emotional abuse
  • Teen parents or pregnant students
  • Socioeconomically challenged
  • JTPA eligible
  • Court recommended
  • Overage
  • Persistent lack of motivation
  • Does not conform to traditional education environment

You may fill out and print the Vision Academy Application before visiting with a counselor.

 


 

Contact Information

 314 East Main Street  (580) 924-2423 (voice)
 Durant, OK 74701  (580) 920-4933 (fax)

 

 

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