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B&A Connections Before & After Care

701 S. Main Street | 918-259-7413

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.

To enroll in B&A Connections for the 2018-19 school year, please access the online application link from any desktop or laptop device with internet access. Chromebooks/laptops are available at the Education Service Center at 701 S. Main St. Please note that spaces in the program are limited. Also, please review 2019-20 upcoming enrollment dates.

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. The B&A parent portal will be used for future registrations, payment processing, auto-pay enrollment, announcements and more.


B&A Connections office is located at 701 S. Main Street, Broken Arrow. Office hours are between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please note to call for an appointment.

For more information about this program, please call 918-259-7413 or email: 

Jessica Wing, B&A Programs Assistant
Amory Butler, B&A Connections Secretary

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.