Building on our culturally diverse community, USD 445 will prepare all students for life-long learning by providing resources for a comprehensive quality education in a safe environment that promotes high academic achievement and responsible citizenship in a global society.
Valuing Individuals, Celebrating Learning, Improving Life!
USD 445 will provide a happy, caring, hopeful environment
that will empower children to achieve their greatest potential.
Coffeyville USD 445 school district is located in southeast Kansas on the Oklahoma border; about 70 miles from Tulsa, Oklahoma and approximately 135 miles from Wichita, Kansas. Coffeyville is a progressive community, rich in history, diversity, and community pride. For more information regarding the city's demographics, industry, relocation packet and other related information, go to www.coffeyville.com
Coffeyville Unified School District #445 has a diverse student population comprised of six attendance centers:
Our large 4-A school district operates a budget of $24,357,987.
USD 445 employs six instructional coaches district wide to assist teachers in everything from Literacy First strategies, technology integration, and in the latest in teaching and learning strategies.
Coffeyville USD 445 operates a large technology budget and incorporates the latest technology in the classroom, including eno boards, projectors in every room, IP phone system, and four computer labs. All teachers are issued an iPad and a laptop for use in their classrooms. iPads are 1:1 for all middle school and high school students.
To learn more about Coffeyville Schools, visit us at www.cvilleschools.com
Coffeyville School District 445 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The District encourages applications from under-represented group members. Federal and state legislation prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability and veteran status. In addition, District policies prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, handicap, or age in admission or access to, or treatment or employment, in its programs or activities.