• Uwe Gordon

    Uwe Gordon

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    Prior to being named Superintendent, Uwe Gordon served as principal at Stillwater High School for 16 years.  

    “I am very excited for the opportunity,” Gordon said. “I know, having been here most of my professional career, that it is a big jump, and I appreciate the board giving me the opportunity to take on that challenge. Having lived in Stillwater this long, I think I have some insight into the needs of the district and community, and I hope to help make Stillwater a better school system. I’m also excited to work with a dedicated, hardworking team of teachers, staff and administrators.”  


    “Mr. Gordon has been with the district for decades and knows the Stillwater community very well,” Riley said. “He is a well-respected leader at our high school and has built a wonderful culture there. We think his demonstrated commitment to the student experience, his connection to the community, and his understanding of the unique challenges of the times will translate well on the district level.”  

     After earning a bachelor’s and master’s degree in science from Oklahoma State University (OSU), Gordon began his career as an educator in 1984 as a junior high social studies teacher at Stillwater Public Schools. He also gained experience as an administrator at SPS, serving as the junior high ISSP and Athletic Director from 1993-1994 and as a junior high assistant principal from 1994-2000. 

    After 16 years with Stillwater Public Schools, Gordon left the district in 2000, accepting the position of principal at Yale High School. He would also go on to serve as principal of Hennessey High School from 2002-2003. Gordon accepted his first job as a superintendent in 2003, leading Hennessey’s school district for three years.  

    After earning six years of experience as an administrator at Yale and Hennessey, Gordon returned to Stillwater Public Schools in 2006 where he currently serves as the high school principal. 

    Gordon is dedicated and heavily involved in the Stillwater community. He was an adjunct professor for the college of education at OSU from 1996-2015 and is also a member of the Stillwater Community Resiliency Committee, Stillwater High School Alumni Association, Stillwater High School PTA, and the OSU College of Education Advisory Committee.  

    “I’m looking forward to serving this amazing community in a new way,” Gordon said. “I love Stillwater.” 

Superintendent's Updates

  • May 19, 2022

    Posted by SPS Communications on 5/19/2022

    SPS Staff and Families,

    We made it! Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this year a success. This week has been filled with so many emotions for our students, families, and staff. Congratulations to everyone on a great year and especially to the 426 members of the Class of 2022!



    Friday, May 20, 2022, 7:00 pm, Gallagher-Iba Arena

    Livestream at


    Bond 2023

    Our consultant Dr. Dillon was here this week meeting with groups of SHS teachers working to further understand ways to approach designing new facilities as we move into the next phase of planning.


    Google Drive Access

    Please remember to have your students download any files they may need over the summer as email and file access is turned off over the summer. You should have received a separate email with instructions about this.


    Summer Camps

    If you are still looking for summer activities for children, the Summer Camps page ( has links to SPS, OSU, and community camps that may still be accepting participants.


    Book Bus

    The Book Bus is rolling out on Monday! You can find a list of locations and times at 


    Summer Hours

    While most of our school offices are closed for the summer, please know that many district employees work over the summer completing summer projects, operating summer school and meal programs, and working to close out one school year and start the next. The district administration building is available to assist you this summer (May 23-July 28), M-Th 8-5pm. Our offices will be closed on Fridays.


    Website Change

    In mid June, the district website will be getting a facelift. The new site, which will still be will be more mobile friendly and will feature built-in translation for more than 100 languages. SPS PR & Communications Coordinator Barry Fuxa is currently in the process of moving content to the new site in preparation of this launch. Existing bookmarks and links may need to be updated after the new site goes live. This change affects only the website, not our learning platforms, messaging or database systems, or portal.


    Employment Opportunities

    We would appreciate your help in promoting (or applying for) our open positions, including receptionists, secretaries, teachers, carpenter, maintenance, teacher assistants, bus drivers, coaches, and more. Interested parties can learn more and apply at


    Save the Dates (2022-2023 School Year Calendar)

    Admin Retreat - July 19-21

    Elementary Enrollment Verification - July 27

    Schedule Pick Up

    • Seniors - Aug 1
    • Juniors - Aug 2
    • SMS, SJHS & Sophomores - Aug 3

    Teachers return on contract - Aug 8

    Back to School Staff Rally - Aug 8 (Tentative)

    First day of school - August 11, 2022

    Once again, thank you for a great year! It has been a privilege to serve you as Interim Superintendent these last few months. 



    Dr. Gay Washington

    Interim Superintendent


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  • Annette Jones
    Annette Jones
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    Annette serves as the administrative assistant to the superintendent, Board of Education Clerk, & handles the district's open records requests.

PR & Communications Coordinator

  • Barry Fuxa

    Barry Fuxa
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    Barry is responsible for SPS's News, Website, Communications, and Brand Management.

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