Broken Arrow Public Schools would like to thank its students, parents and teachers for their support and determination during this unprecedented time. To better serve our families in the future, the district is seeking input regarding distance learning through surveys that will be open until June 1.
Student surveys can be taken by all students.
Please take a moment to complete the appropriate survey. Thank you!
Please watch the following video message from Broken Arrow Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Janet Dunlop as she thanks the BA family and addresses plans for the upcoming school year.
Online enrollment for Broken Arrow Public Schools’ before and after care program, B&A Connections, is now open for the 2020-21 school year. To enroll in B&A Connections, please access the online application link from any desktop or laptop device with internet access. Please note that spaces in the program are limited.
Once online registration is completed and the fee has been paid, an automated email will be sent acknowledging registration has been received. Within 48 hours, another email will be sent with the enrollment approval confirmation. This email will also contain login credentials for your account. This new parent portal will be used for future registrations, payment processing, auto-pay enrollment, announcements and more.
B&A Connections offers a developmentally appropriate before and after school program for students enrolled in grades Pre-K through fifth. This program is geared to meet the needs and characteristics of each child. Along with providing a safe and secure environment at Broken Arrow's early childhood centers and elementary school sites, B&A Connections' carefully planned activities encourage optimal physical, mental and social development, while fostering each child’s positive self-image and sense of independence.
When school is in session, B&A Connections begins at 7 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. Please review B&A tuition information.
Please note that although B&A Connections is affiliated with Broken Arrow Public Schools, this program is licensed through DHS and some policies and procedures may differ from those of Broken Arrow Public Schools.
For more information about this program, please email Amory Butler, B&A Program Coordinator or call 918-259-7413.
Amidst a number of achievements both inside and outside the classroom, Broken Arrow Public Schools’ Class of 2020 accepted more than $6.7 million in scholarships.
Normally at the end of each school year, Broken Arrow High School recognizes students who have excelled during their senior year and accepted various scholarships with a special ceremony. Unfortunately due to the global pandemic, the district is virtually celebrating these students and their accomplishments.
Please help us in congratulating the following students:
The physical graduation ceremony is still rescheduled for June 30 and is contingent on whether all COVID-19 bans are lifted from the state and city.
Watch the virtual celebration from May 19:
Report cards for Broken Arrow Public Schools students will be available in Home Access Center on the following dates:
Grades Pre-K to 9: May 27 to June 26
Grades 10 to 12: June 8 to June 26
Please note that report cards will not be available to view in HAC after June 26. Parents are encouraged to print or download a copy of their student’s report card.
HAC registration/login information:
Parents/Guardians are eligible for an account and must have a valid email address on file with the school district in order to register.
Having trouble with your password?
Please access the HAC Website and select the “Forgot My User Name or Password” option at the bottom of the webpage.
Broken Arrow Public Schools is in the process of verifying proof of residency for the 2020-21 school year. This verification is required in order to be re-enrolled for next school year and is requested to be completed by Friday, May 29.
All parents with correct email addresses in our system received an email from noreplyregistration containing a “snapcode” and directions to begin the online verification process. If you are unable to locate your email containing residency verification instructions please try using the search keyword "snapcode". If for any reason you did not receive an email, please contact Enrollment Services by email at email@example.com.
Just a quick note, please use the direct link above. Opening it up in a browser, and then copying the URL from there will create a “Secondary” link and will cause issues for families trying to access the form.
In order for students to attend Broken Arrow Public Schools,
Proof of residency/address must include any one of the following documentation:
Please note: Address must belong to the parent or legal guardian.
For questions, please contact the enrollment office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-259-7400.
Broken Arrow Public Schools is continuing to provide free grab-and-go meals until June 30 for students 18 and under Monday through Friday at the following locations:
11 a.m. to noon
Noon to 1 p.m.
1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
COMING SOON: Starting June 5 from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
The district encourages all families to remain in their cars, if possible. Meals will include lunch for the day and breakfast for the next morning and will be safely prepared by the district's child nutrition managers. These employees are braving the frontline to serve Broken Arrow students, so we encourage you to wave at them or shout 'thank you' from your car to let them know how much they are appreciated.