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Farris, Oklahoma

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Farris
Unincorporated community
Farris is located in Oklahoma
Farris
Farris
Location within the state of Oklahoma
Farris is located in the US
Farris
Farris
Farris (the US)
Coordinates: 34°15′45″N 95°52′0″W / 34.26250°N 95.86667°W / 34.26250; -95.86667
Country United States
State Oklahoma
County Atoka
Time zone UTC-6 (Central (CST))
 • Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CDT)
ZIP code 74525

Farris is a small unincorporated community in Atoka County, Oklahoma, United States. It lies east of the county seat of Atoka on Highway 3 near the county border. From 1914 to 2013, Farris had its own school district with a K-8 school, but after years of declining enrollment, controversies over the district's management, and an "F" rating from the Oklahoma State Department of Education in December 2012,[1] the district voted to dissolve the school district and join the district in nearby Lane, Oklahoma in early 2013.[2] Students above the eighth grade attend Atoka High School in Atoka some twenty miles west of Farris. The post office was established May 17, 1902. It was named for the first postmaster, John L. Farris.[3]

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References

  1. ^ Megan Rolland, "Two Oklahoma school districts get F's on report card", The Oklahoman, December 10, 2012.
  2. ^ Carrie Coppenoll, "Oklahoma school district closes, but questions, lawsuits remain", The Oklahoman, March 4, 2013.
  3. ^ George H. Shirk, Oklahoma Place Names (University of Oklahoma Press, 1987), ISBN 978-0806120287, p. 87. Excerpts available at Google Books.


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