“At Pat Henry our mission is to provide achievement-based, quality instruction in a safe and productive environment.”
Pat Henry Elementary School opened its doors in 1995 and replaced the Jefferson school that burned down. Jefferson Elementary and Taft Elementary students combined into one location at Pat Henry. Our school was named after the 1992 National PTA president Pat Henry, who has been a Lawton resident for years and continues to reside here.
Pat Henry serves students in grades Pre-K through 5 , including 3 self-contained autism classes. We have a library/media center with an inventory of over 18,000 books of which 5,700 books are in the Accelerated Reader program.
Our students have access to 1:1 Chromebooks in grades 3-5 and 1:1 iPads in grades PreK-2.
Pat Henry students participate in Makerspace, which enhances the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Students also attend Physical Education, Music and Art.
We provide a “FREE” Breakfast for our students to begin their academic day well-nourished and ready to learn.