Ponca City Schools announce administrative changes

Ponca City Now - August 17, 2016 3:43 pm

The Ponca City Public School district announces administrative changes for the 2016-17 school year.

After serving as principal at East Middle School since 2003, Barbara Davis has been named principal at the new pre-kindergarten center. Tammy Flaspohler is replacing Davis as principal at East Middle School.

“I am excited about being a part of this new opportunity for our district to have all of our four year-olds together in one school building entirely focused on building a foundation for learning that will last a life time,” said Barbara Davis.

Davis starting working in the district as a teacher in 1994. In 2001, she became the principal at the alternative school until moving to East Middle School as principal in 2003. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University, and a Master’s Degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

Flaspohler has been working in the district since 2000. She taught several grade levels at Woodlands and West Middle School. In 2013, she was named Dean of Students at West. She served in that capacity until 2015, when she was named assistant principal. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University and a Master’s Degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

Flaspohler said, “I feel honored to be given this opportunity to work at East Middle School. The teachers and staff are top notch and I am excited to work with them. Ponca City Schools has given me a high level of training and support. I accept this challenge with confidence, knowing that East Middle School will continue to educate and grow our students successfully.”

Tammy Flaspohler and Barbara Davis


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