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How can I figure out which School Report Cards or District Reports to select from the website if I am new or relocating to Oklahoma?
Find out the name of the county in which you will be working or living. Oklahoma's four most populated counties are Oklahoma (Oklahoma City Metro), Tulsa (Greater Tulsa Metro), Cleveland (Moore and Norman), and Comanche (Lawton).
Next, when using our website you will be asked how you want to locate school district names. Choose ''County List'' or ''Map of Counties'' and you will be able to select from all of the districts and schools within each county.
There are many school districts that DO NOT have corresponding community names on the road atlas. For example, the Putnum City School District within Oklahoma City enrolls nearly 20,000 students, but there is no city named Putnum City, Oklahoma.
This website does not have school district boundary information. For the most accurate boundary information, contact the school district(s) in question for more information.
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