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Learn more about Broken Arrow Public Schools and all we have to offer with this 2015-16 district highlight video.
At the Board of Education meeting on June 27, Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) named Nathaniel Hutchings as the principal of Arrowhead Elementary for the 2016-17 school year. Mr. Hutchings earned his bachelor’s degree in 2006 at the University of Central Oklahoma and began his teaching career a year later in Columbia, Mo. While there, Mr. Hutchings attended the University of Missouri to earn his master’s degree in 2013. . . .
Four former Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) athletes – Alvin Bailey, Sean Gatwood, Jake Harriger and Angela Parsons – along with “Friend of BA Athletics” Blackie Gibson will be inducted into the Broken Arrow Athletic Hall of Fame at the varsity football home opener Sept. 9 against Owasso. Alvin Bailey, Class of 2009 - A Super Bowl champion with the Seattle Seahawks and now a member of the Cleveland Browns, . . .
Last year’s Broken Arrow Tiger football season ticket holders may purchase 2016 season tickets beginning July 11 at the Broken Arrow High School Multipurpose Facility located just south of Memorial Stadium. Reserved season ticket renewal is scheduled for July 11-22 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. or Thursday from 10 am. to 7 p.m. during the two-week time frame. Tickets must be purchased in . . .
The state budget crisis will have a far-reaching impact on the students and teachers at Broken Arrow Public Schools. Decreased funding from the state will likely require the district to cut more than $7 million dollars from the operating budget – a cut that will affect the classroom, as well as instructional programs and services that are provided to our children. Many parents and patrons are asking how they can help, . . .
Across the state, Oklahoma educators serve more than 688,000 students each day. Each child has a unique story, a unique perspective, and their own way of understanding and learning. But what each of those students has in common is their dependence on us to provide them with an excellent education and prepare them for life beyond our classrooms. The state budget failure is and will continue to be a crisis that negatively impacts each . . .