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Broken Arrow’s Class of 2014 has already proven to be a special class of seniors, but now, they will also have the distinction of being the first class of seniors to graduate from Tulsa’s BOK Center. “We are thrilled with our . . .
Like most other area schools, Broken Arrow Public Schools has now missed three days due to the snow and ice that covered much of northeastern Oklahoma, and parents are wondering how those missed days will impact the school calendar. . . .
‘Tis the season at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center for two very unique shows to come to the Rose District and celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. Back by popular demand for an incredible fourth appearance, David . . .
Broken Arrow Public Schools Board Member Cheryl Kelly went unopposed during the December election filing period, and as a result she will retain her seat on the Board of Education. Kelly was elected in April of 2009 and now will begin her . . .
Childers Middle School students excitedly entered the gym on Dec. 4, in anticipation for their annual “Dead Turkey Cup” hockey game, a culminating event for their Thanksgiving food drive themed “Check Hunger at the Door,” in which . . .
Broken Arrow Head Football Coach Steve Spavital has announced his intention to resign his coaching duties at Broken Arrow High School, citing health concerns as the reason for this change. “During the last few years, I’ve been . . .
A group of Sequoyah Middle School students will be delivering Christmas cards and 100 toys to the local Salvation Army on Tuesday, Dec. 3, as part of the national Joy Maker campaign led by generationOn, a global youth service . . .
Eighth grade technology engineering students at Centennial Middle School recently took a field trip to Baker Hughes-Broken Arrow to learn firsthand what it takes to become an engineer. On Nov. 8 and Nov. 14, Ms. RoxAnna Bolding’s classes . . .
PSO Peak Performers Program Pays Companies That Curb Electricity Usage
Broken Arrow Public Schools received a check on Monday for: sustaining reliability of the electricity grid; keeping electricity prices down; reducing greenhouse emissions and reducing its operating costs in the future. Yes, it pays to be a . . .
“Together, we can make a difference” is Sequoyah Middle Schools’ mission and the foundation for their inaugural Math Night, an event created to bring the community together while teaching math at the same time. During math night, . . .
Special education teacher Greg James consistently strives to create engaging curriculum by integrating innovative technology into his Oneta Ridge Middle School classroom, and because of this, he was recently named a regional finalist for . . .
On Wednesday, November 13th, Tulsa Technology Center hosted a working breakfast and walking tour of their Broken Arrow campus for secondary principals and assistant principals from Broken Arrow Public Schools. This event included student . . .
In honor of Veterans Day, Broken Arrow students and staff are finding creative ways to celebrate the sacrifices of former and current military men and women. From assemblies to writing projects and to door decorating contests and Skype . . .
On October 22, the Broken Arrow Vocal Music Department took 53 young singers to participate in the Eastern District Honor Choir (EDHC) rehearsal and concert held in Muskogee at the Boulevard Christian Church. This was Broken Arrow’s first . . .
Prior to leaving for Fall Break, each of the district’s 27 sites announced their 2013-2014 Site Teacher of the Year: Site TOY Recipient Site Grade Level/Subject Elizabeth Guiver Aspen Creek . . .
Through a collaboration with the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, Broken Arrow Public Schools is embarking on a unique study of the Pre-K students enrolled in the district’s Early Childhood Program. The longitudinal . . .
Students at Broken Arrow High School are rallying community members to commit to safe driving and simultaneously help the school win $100,000. By supporting Broken Arrow High School in the Celebrate My Drive ® program, citizens can be part . . .
Event to offer free screenings, information and giveaways
St. John Broken Arrow will join forces with Broken Arrow Public Schools to present the Broken Arrow Community Health Fair. The free event will be held Saturday, October 5 , from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Creekwood Elementary, 1301 E. Albany . . .
Since 1999, The Broken Arrow High School Alumni Association has been honoring outstanding Broken Arrow graduates for their impact on the community. Known as Great Graduates , the purpose of the program is to recognize those who have . . .
Deborah Pettus, one of our BAHS teachers, is the recipient of an "ING Unsung Heroes Award" for 2013. Mrs. Pettus teaches zoology and forensic science. The "ING UnSung Heroes Award" is an extremely competitive process. Mrs. Pettus was one of . . .
Monday morning, officials from St. John stopped by the district’s Education Service Center to deliver their $40,000 check as part of their One Club Sponsorship. “We appreciate the support of St. John Broken Arrow and Tulsa Bone and . . .