• ADMINISTRATION

  • Superintendent

    John Lazenby

    580-669-4003

    jlazenby@glencoe.k12.ok.us

  • Superintendent's Secretary   

    Brittny Clark 

    580-669-4002  

    I am a graduate of Perkins-Tryon High School Class of 2008. I moved to Glencoe after graduation and have been proud to call Glencoe home. I married Brien Clark, GHS graduate of 2009, in October of 2013. We have 3 dogs. We have recently purchased a home with acreage. I have enjoyed being a member of the community and helping with civic events. I am looking forward to being a part of the staff at Glencoe Schools. 

  • High School Principal

    Chad Speer

    580-669-2261

    I graduated from Taloga High School and received my teaching degree from Tabor College in Hillsboro KS, and completed my graduate degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University.  I have been married to Jennifer Speer, who is also the counselor at Glencoe, for 3 amazing years.  We have two wonderful children, Tre’ who is 9 and Addison who is almost 3.  I love sports, Oklahoma Sooner football and watching my children play.  This is my 8th year at GHS and I am looking forward to many more to come.  If you happen by the high school, stop in and say “Hi”, my door is always open.

  • High School Secretary

    Sandy Waters

    580-669-2261

     

     

     

  • Elementary Principal

    Tammy Lane  

    580-669-2254

    I love Glencoe School!  I am so excited to be the Elementary Principal this year, as well as teaching 5th grade.  You can find me in my office before/after school and from 9:00-12:00 each day.  The rest of the day I am busy in my classroom teaching 5th grade.

            Everyone in my family graduated from Glencoe High School.  My husband and I are from “the old school” and both our sons, Derek and Dillon, graduated in 2002 and 2010 respectively.  My dad used to be principal at the High School and both my sisters attended Glencoe also.  My sisters and I all went into the education field – it runs in the family!

            My favorite way to spend my spare time is to play with my grandkids – Beau is 4, Paizley is 2, and Gemma is 3 months.  They are a joy!

            My goal for Glencoe Elementary is for our school to set the standard for rural schools in Oklahoma.  With our dedicated teachers, supportive parents, and talented students who want to succeed, I believe this goal will be accomplished.

     

     

  • Elementary Secretary

    Kimberly Brien-Clark  

    580-669-2254

    The elementary office is where you can find me Monday through Friday working as the administrative assistant and child nutrition clerk.  I have worked for Glencoe Schools for 10 plus years!  I have developed many friendships in my years of working for the school, not only from the staff but from many of our parents.  Glencoe is blessed to have such great teachers, staff and administration!  

    The rural community of Masham, located 10 miles northwest of Pawnee is where I grew up.  I attended Pawnee Schools from kindergarten through 12th grade.  My senior year I did concurrent enrollment at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa.  After graduation I moved to Ponca City and continued my education at NOC.

    I am married to Randall Clark and we have one son, Brien Clark.  Randy has been employed with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol for a number of years and is currently in the Special Investigations Division.  He is also Glencoe's Fire Chief and a member of the Ingalls-Glencoe Masonic Lodge #128.  Randy was a graduate of Glencoe Schools.  Brien was also a graduate of Glencoe Schools in 2009.  He is employed by Kimraco Oil, Inc and Brien Angus Farms.  Brien is also a volunteer fireman with the Glencoe Fire Dept.

    Spending time working in my flower beds and landscaping around my house keeps me busy in the summer.  Enjoying my pool is also a great form of relaxation!  Time spent with my family is very special to me and something I always enjoy doing!  I love to feed the birds, and spend many hours watching them at my feeders.  Love to watch OU Football, can't pass up the opportunity to say Boomer Sooner!