Small disruption in high school classroom resolved - This afternoon, we had a small incident at the high school in which a student's e-cigarette malfunctioned in a backpack in the VO AG building. There was a small fire contained to the student's backpack and emergency personnel were called to the scene. All students are safe and have been evacuated from the building. The fire marshal is investigating and school personnel will take the appropriate action to prevent similar issues in the future.
In 2010, our community voted a reallocation of our 2009 bond issue which enabled us to create four state of the art early childhood centers in our district. I’m very proud of the fact that Broken Arrow Public Schools is one of the very few districts in our state to offer full day, universal Pre-K to four-year-olds. This early education opportunity provides a foundation that sets the stage for lifelong learning and supports our . . . read more
More than 40 Broken Arrow High School athletes signed their national letters of intent, officially announcing where they will continue to showcase their athletic talents beyond high school. These signings were part of National College Signing Day on Feb. 3 in the indoor practice field at Broken Arrow’s Multipurpose Facility. . . . read more
Preparation for the new Kirkland Activities Complex begins Plans are underway to begin the first phase of the Kirkland Activity Complex, a project made possible by the 2015 bond issue. Phase I includes repurposing the former stadium into a soccer complex as well as renovating the existing gym and auditorium. In December, the . . . read more