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Led by the students of Broken Arrow Senior High, the Broken Arrow Public School district is undertaking an effort to do “ More for Moore .” By collecting toiletry items and supplies as well as monetary donations, the students of Broken . . .
With more than 2,000 employees in the district, it is easy to imagine that nearly all have been affected by cancer. While the majority of employees have not had a personal battle with the disease, there are multiple cancer survivors in the . . .
Broken Arrow Public Schools High School students (9th grade - 12th grade for 2013-14 school year) can now take their required Personal Financial Literacy course online and during the summer through Tulsa Teachers Credit Union (TTCU) website . . .
Good morning, As we celebrate our last few days of school, our hearts are heavy for the losses suffered by our friends in Moore. The devastation is beyond what I can even imagine, and while facilities can be rebuilt, the lives that . . .
The Broken Arrow Public School district has compiled links/fliers to a number of summer activities available for students to participate in this coming summer. Students and parents are encouraged to view any of these links that . . .
Broken Arrow art lovers will want to stop by Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow (NSU-BA) this coming week to attend the one and only all-district art show. The art show will be in the commons areas on both 1st and 2nd floor as well . . .
Josh Jacobson, a Broken Arrow High School student, has created three 30-minute animated films based on Ridley Scott’s science fiction film “Alien”. He also is a 3-D artist recreating a life-size paper mache’ monster from John . . .
The following video shows Kristin Henness, a teacher at Leisure Park Elementary, using a flip camera to assist elementary students in the development of reading skills. Mrs. Henness also uses the videos to communicate with parents, so they . . .
More than 660,000 people in the state of Oklahoma – nearly 18% of the population – struggle to find their next meal. While hunger is often mentioned during the holiday season, it can dramatically impact lives all year long. . . .
Elementaries & middle schools affected by changes in August 2013
During the April 1 Regular Board Meeting, the Board of Education unanimously approved Map C as the final version of the new middle school attendance boundaries. These changes will be in effect for the 2013-2014 school year, which begins . . .
Broken Arrow High School senior, Marissa Griffin, is one of the recipients of the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence 2013 Academic All-State award. This prestigious award is given to 100 top public high school seniors, selected from 599 . . .
Congratulations are in order for the following middle school band students. These students participated in the OSSAA District Solo and Ensemble Contest for middle school students on Saturday, March 2nd. Each student in this list . . .
Four Broken Arrow Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members competed in Wagoner on February 5th, 2013 in Regional Competitive STAR Events. Senior Rachel Tatro took first place in the Children’s Literature event and . . .
Much excitement surrounds the opening of the district’s three new Early Childhood Development Centers in August, but there is still much planning and preparation that must take place before the doors open. One of the biggest . . .
Broken Arrow Public Schools is happy to announce an increase in Substitute pay rates. Broken Arrow values the commitment and dedication that substitutes provide to our students. The new Broken Arrow Public Schools Substitute pay rates are . . .
A new year can often mean new resolutions, but resolutions do not have to be limited to individuals. In the case of Broken Arrow Public Schools, the district has resolved to be greener in 2013. In late fall of 2012, the district made a . . .
As your superintendent, I believe it is important for the parents and patrons of Broken Arrow Public Schools to hear from me on the topic of the A-F Grading System. At today’s State Board of Education meeting, this new grading system was . . .
OSU Extension Brings Bullying Program to BAPS Indian Education Classes Through a Federal Grant Partnership
Walt Disney said, “Many hands, and hearts, and minds generally contribute to anyone’s notable achievement.” With Walt’s words in mind, Kim Arnold, Oklahoma State University Educator and Urban 4-H Director for Tulsa County, . . .
On behalf of Broken Arrow Public Schools, the Professional Development Committee is proud to announce the 2012-2013 Site Teacher of the Year Recipients: Site TOY Recipient Site Grade Level/Subject . . .
Five Broken Arrow students were recently among those named as 2013 National Merit Semifinalists. Andrew Abbott, Marissa Griffin, Brian Haiduk, Alex Harper and Mark Van der Veen, are among approximately 16,000 students, from across the nation . . .
When classes begin in August, visitors to the school sites may notice a new kiosk in each of Broken Arrow's 25 school sites. Known as LobbyGuard, this kiosk system enables school staff members to more closely monitor the visitors coming and . . .
Rachel’s Challenge is back for the 2012-2013 school year, and so far, sixth graders have participated in the Rachel’s Impact assembly and students all over the district continue to work on their chains of kindness and various projects . . .
It’s a “Monster” of a season for the 2012-2013 Spotlight Series, now in it’s fourth year at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center. With six shows on deck, it’s bound to be an incredible season full of Broadway spectaculars, . . .
Hundreds of educators from across the country gathered in Plano,Texas, this week for the Rachel’s Challenge Summit, a conference and exhibition for K-12 educators. A group of teachers from Broken Arrow Public Schools was in attendance . . .