Fort Gibson Public Schools

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Fort Gibson Public Schools
500 South Ross Avenue
, Muskogee, Oklahoma, 74434
United States
Coordinates35°47′33″N 95°14′25″W / 35.792542°N 95.240265°W / 35.792542; -95.240265Coordinates: 35°47′33″N 95°14′25″W / 35.792542°N 95.240265°W / 35.792542; -95.240265
District information
TypeCo-Educational, Public
SuperintendentScott Farmer
AccreditationOklahoma State Department of Education
Students and staff
Enrollmentapprox. 2500
FacultyOn average 350
District mascotTiger
ColorsRed   and white  
Other information

Fort Gibson Public School is located in the small town of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. The school mascot is the tiger.


Teddy Lehman attended Fort Gibson High School and graduated in 2000.[1]

School incidents[edit]

On December 6, 1999, 13-year-old student, Seth Trickey, shot 4 classmates with a Taurus PT92. 12-year-old Savana Knowles, was shot near her right ear, the slug exited without hitting vital organs. 13-year-old Billy Railey, was shot in his right leg. 13-year-olds Cody Chronister and Brad Schindel were also wounded. Another student received slight bruising. The victims were taken to area hospitals, there were no fatalities.[2]


  1. ^ Jackson Jaguars sign Teddy Lehman
  2. ^ "Classmate, 13, held in shootings of Oklahoma students". CNN. December 6, 1999. Retrieved May 3, 2013.

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