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Eastern Oklahoma Tribal Schools

History

Eastern Oklahoma Tribal Schools (EOTS) Facilities Management Program was created by Resolution of the Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes in 1997. The main purpose of the program is to provide facility management and architectural services to a consortium of eastern Oklahoma’s four tribally operated schools comprised of Chickasaw Children's Village (Chickasaw Nation), Eufaula Dormitory (Muscogee-Creek-Nation), Jones Academy (Choctaw Nation), and Sequoyah High School (Cherokee Nation). Services are also extended to the school’s host tribes as scheduling allows.

The EOTS program is non-profit and is administered by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.


EOTS Team

Staff Position | Title

Tracy G. Hartman, Architect

Program Director & Principal Architect

Michael J. Segroves, Architect / AICP

Project Architect & Planner

Kerwin Moore

Design Coordinator

Elizabeth Young

Architectural Project Assistant II

Wendell Hedrick

Drafting Technician

Member Schools & Tribes

School Grades Tribal Government Location

Chickasaw Children's Village

1-12

Chickasaw Nation

Kingston, Oklahoma

Eufaula Dormitory

1-12

Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Eufaula, Oklahoma

Jones Academy

1-12

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Hartshorne, Oklahoma

Sequoyah Schools

7-12

Cherokee Nation

Tahlequah, Oklahoma