Mr. Michael Broyles
District Federal Programs and Facilities Director
Mr. Michael Broyles is an assistant superintendent who excels at examining Oklahoma school budgets, implementing public school policies, and managing environmental improvements to public school facilities. Mr. Broyles knows that a rural, public education is a cornerstone of the American Republic and has dedicated his career to facilitating education for countless students.
Mr. Broyles has served as a classroom teacher and coach in five school districts throughout Oklahoma, spanning 14 years. He has also served as a middle school and high school principal, twice serving as principal and superintendent simultaneously. Mr. Broyles has 18 years’ administrative experience in Oklahoma’s rural public school systems. He joined Salina Public Schools in July, 2022.
Mr. Broyles’ notable achievements include being selected by Gore Public Schools faculty as the District Teacher of the year in 2002. That same year he was named a Masonic Teacher of the Today by the Webbers Falls Masonic Lodge. As a school leader, he focused on increasing student achievement as measured by state standardized assessments, increasing student access to advanced placement courses while increasing student achievement, and fostering a health clinic available for students and families housed in the school facility. He was instrumental in writing a fully funded grant to provide a community garden and Farmer’s Market for Braggs Public Schools in 2013. Additionally, during his former tenue as Principal at Haskell High School, the high school earned State recognition for a 50% increase in ACT participation and a 15% increase in student achievement on the ACT exam.
Mr. Broyles currently serves as the Northeast Director for the Organization of Rural Oklahoma Schools (OROS). He is also the Past President of OROS, serving in that capacity during the 2018-2019 term. He was nominated to the OSSBA For the People visioning project in 2012, as part of the Physical Resources Subcommittee. During the 2012-2013 School year, Mr. Broyles was appointed by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to serve on the State Superintendent’s Leadership Advisory Council.
In addition to his career in education, Mr. Broyles has served as a customer service educator for the City of Tulsa, a financial planner, and an educational software programmer.
Mr. Broyles earned his Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree and his Master of Education in Public School Administration Degree from Northeastern Oklahoma State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.