William B. Stinebuck
Executive Director

William “Bill” Stinebuck has a Bachelor of Science degree from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK,  a Master of Science degree from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK, and sixty-five hours of Post Graduate hours in Sociology and Psychology from both Oklahoma State and Northeastern State Universities. He also has numerous Certified Teaching Areas including General Science, Physical Science, Biology, Botany, Zoology, Human Anatomy, Physiology, Economics, Geography, Government, Social Studies, Sociology, and Psychology.

Honors include:
  • Skiatook, Oklahoma Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year, 2006
  • Skiatook, Oklahoma Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year, 2003
  • Outstanding Vocational Counselor, Tulsa. OK Office Unit 67, 1996 and 1997
  • State of Oklahoma, Zone 7, Teacher of the Year, 1986
  • Tri-County Oklahoma Education Association Teacher of the Year, 1986
  • American Welding Society, State of Oklahoma, Outstanding Teacher of the Year, 1986
  • State of Oklahoma, New Teacher of the Year, 1980
  • American Welding Society, National Youth Service Award, 1980
  • American Welding Society, Oklahoma District, Youth Service and Dedication Award, 1979
  • Rho Theta Sigma National Honor Society, 1974
  • Pi Gamma Mu National Honor Society, 1973
  • Special Life Saving Award, Northeastern Oklahoma State University, 1973

Work Experience includes:

  • Volunteer Coordinator for Copan, OK and Hulah, OK Lake Projects
  • 8 years of service in Law Enforcement
  • 12 years with the United States Army Corps of Engineers as a Park Ranger
  • Taught Advanced Science, Skiatook, Oklahoma High School, 2000-2010
  • Adult Vocational Instructor, 1976-1989
  • Oklahoma State Curriculum Development Committee
  • Special Environmental Consultant to the Chairman of the Pawnee Tribal Nation of Oklahoma, 1995-1999.