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Ripley Public Schools
403 E. Cook
PO Box 97
Ripley, Oklahoma 74062
Schedule:

First bell rings at 8:20. Classes begin at 8:25 and end at 3:10

Office hours:   Monday –  Friday 8:00 - 4:00 

 

Phone: 918-372-4242
Fax: 918-372-4608
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Ripley Public School's Greenhouse is up and running again this year. We have some really nice plants (and seeds) for sale, including herbs, vegetables, flowers, grape vines and other things. Sale hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2-5 pm and Saturdays from 8-Noon. Come out and support our students and faculty and show appreciation for their hard work. They do a terrific job!
 
             
 
 
ATTENTION:  Spring has sprung!  That means that (hopefully) warmer weather is here to stay.  Warmer weather means that students will be wearing less clothing, which means that we need to remind everyone of our dress code.  SHORTS must be as long as your fingertips when your arms are hanging by your side.  SHIRTS must cover your entire back and torso, including your belly.  TANK TOPS must have straps that are at least one inch wide and the arm holes must be close fitting to your body.  JEANS must not have holes above fingertip length.  And finally, SHOES must be worn at all times.  If you have any questions, please see our entire dress code at the link below and feel free to call the school if you need more information. THANK YOU!
 
 
 
WARRIORS
 

A warrior is one who is engaged aggressively or energetically in an activity, cause or conflict. Native American warriors were known for their aggression, but their aggression was fueled by their honor, pride, and sense of self-preservation. The Battle of Little Bighorn exemplifies the warrior motif. Lakota Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho warriors joined forces in southern Montana to defeat twelve companies of the U.S. 7th Cavalry, famously led by Lt. Col. Custer. Those determined warriors proudly fought for their way of life with bravery and honor. To recognize their tenacious spirit, an Indian Memorial was erected at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. The artwork in the photo depicts how different cultures can come together to understand the past and work toward a better future.

Ripley Warriors are also energetically engaged in activities, causes, and conflicts on our ball fields and basketball courts and in our student organizations and classrooms. We aggressively engage our education and co-curricular activities with honor, integrity, and bravery like those proud Native American warriors from long ago. We embrace their spirit and honor their memory.

We are the Ripley Warriors.