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All of the great memories of the Class of 2016, including the entire commencement ceremony, will be . . . Read More
For nearly 80 years, a white ash tree has spread its roots at the south end zone of Kirkland Field, the former Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) football field, located on East College Street. From being known as an iconic Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) landmark to serving as a “Kirkland Field fence” for extra-point kicks, this tree has experienced it all – Oklahoma weather, insect and plant invasions and many memories . . .
Broken Arrow Public Schools is pleased to announce that Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) students in grades 10-12 will have access to ACT test prep resources with a class on Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students will be able to take advantage of a small, classroom setting guided by high school teachers. The cost is $15 and enrollment is limited. To register, visit the BeyondBA office located at BAHS or call Kristin Carr or . . .
According to a report by Feeding America, 17.2 percent of people in Oklahoma suffer from food insecurity. In Tulsa County alone, more than 102,000 struggle with hunger and nearly 37,000 of those are children. Throughout the summer months, when school is out of session and children do not have access to breakfast or lunch at their school site on a daily basis, these statistics only get worse. To help reduce hunger in Broken Arrow, . . .