All of the great memories of the Class of 2016, including the entire commencement ceremony, will be . . . Read More
Thousands of athletes, coaches and volunteers traveled to Stillwater, Okla., for the 47th annual Special Olympics Summer Games May 11-13. After three days of exciting Olympic-style competitions and ceremonies, 80 Broken Arrow Special Olympians in grades 3-12 took the games by storm and brought home 21 gold medals, 25 silver and 16 bronze. “Broken Arrow student-athletes are a powerhouse in Oklahoma, and there is no doubt . . .
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, . . .
Class of 2016 accepts $8.7 million in scholarships, College and Career Center ensures success after high school
Amidst a number of achievements both inside and outside the classroom, Broken Arrow Public Schools’ (BAPS) Class of 2016 proved themselves to be one of a kind. On May 16, more than 1,000 students celebrated their commencement and together accepted more than $8.7 million in scholarships, the largest total to date reported to Broken Arrow High School’s College and Career Center. “The Class of 2016 proved to be full of . . .