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Districtwide art show set for April 2-16 at NSU-BA

For the ninth consecutive year, the districtwide art show will allow students the opportunity to present their artistic talents and creativity to the Broken Arrow community April 2-16, Monday - Thursday (9 a.m. to 7 p.m.) . . .

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Districtwide art show set for April 2-16 at NSU-BA

For the ninth consecutive year, the districtwide art show will allow students the opportunity to present their artistic talents and creativity to the Broken Arrow community April 2-16, Monday - Thursday (9 a.m. to 7 p.m.) . . .

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‘ABCs of School Funding’ campaign to educate patrons about school finances

To inform parents, staff and community members about the basics of school finances, Broken Arrow Public Schools is dedicated to providing easily accessible resources and transparent data through the “ABCs of School Funding.” . . .

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‘ABCs of School Funding’ campaign to educate patrons about school finances

To inform parents, staff and community members about the basics of school finances, Broken Arrow Public Schools is dedicated to providing easily accessible resources and transparent data through the “ABCs of School Funding.” . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools honors 2018-19 Beyond & Above award finalists

Every year, the district recognizes five support employees who continually go the extra mile in support of the district’s goals and objectives. Known as the Beyond and Above award, this year’s staff recognition program honors . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools honors 2018-19 Beyond & Above award finalists

Every year, the district recognizes five support employees who continually go the extra mile in support of the district’s goals and objectives. Known as the Beyond and Above award, this year’s staff recognition program honors . . .

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Zone 4 Board of Education seat up for grabs April 2

On April 2, some Broken Arrow citizens will be able to cast their vote for the  Zone 4  school board member as the seat is vacated. After 10 years of service on the Board of Education, Zone 4 Board member Cheryl Kelly has . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools to honor former board member Cheryl Kelly March 26

After ten years of service on the Broken Arrow Board of Education, former board member Cheryl Kelly’s term has expired, and she has decided not to run for re-election. Since 2009, Kelly has represented citizens living in . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools to honor former board member Cheryl Kelly March 26

After ten years of service on the Broken Arrow Board of Education, former board member Cheryl Kelly’s term has expired, and she has decided not to run for re-election. Since 2009, Kelly has represented citizens living in . . .

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District to administer SAT at no cost to juniors April 9

Juniors at Broken Arrow High School are required to take the SAT exam at no cost during the school day on Tuesday, April 9 . This will be a virtual day for sophomores and seniors. The SAT exam will be an online test this year. . . .

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District to administer SAT at no cost to juniors April 9

Juniors at Broken Arrow High School are required to take the SAT exam at no cost during the school day on Tuesday, April 9 . This will be a virtual day for sophomores and seniors. The SAT exam will be an online test this year. . . .

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Varsity Assistant, Choreographer Kyrstin Delehanty Named BA Varsity Cheer Coach

Broken Arrow Public Schools has named Krystin Delehanty as its new Broken Arrow Varsity Cheer Head Coach. “Broken Arrow has had a long tradition of a very successful cheer team, and I cannot wait for Coach Delehanty to build on . . .

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Varsity Assistant, Choreographer Kyrstin Delehanty Named BA Varsity Cheer Coach

Broken Arrow Public Schools has named Krystin Delehanty as its new Broken Arrow Varsity Cheer Head Coach. “Broken Arrow has had a long tradition of a very successful cheer team, and I cannot wait for Coach Delehanty to build on . . .

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Athletic Department to host NCAA Eligibility seminar April 24

Broken Arrow Public Schools Athletic Department will present its first NCAA Eligibility Seminar for district student athletes and parents on Wednesday, April 24 , at 6:00 p.m. in the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, 701 S. Main . . . .

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Athletic Department to host NCAA Eligibility seminar April 24

Broken Arrow Public Schools Athletic Department will present its first NCAA Eligibility Seminar for district student athletes and parents on Wednesday, April 24 , at 6:00 p.m. in the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, 701 S. Main . . . .

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BAPS Foundation awards more than $37,000 in grants to teachers

The Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation recently awarded 66 grants worth a total of $37,242.42 to teachers across the district. Each year, teachers apply for grants that will enhance the educational opportunities for their students. A . . .

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BAPS Foundation awards more than $37,000 in grants to teachers

The Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation recently awarded 66 grants worth a total of $37,242.42 to teachers across the district. Each year, teachers apply for grants that will enhance the educational opportunities for their students. A . . .

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BAPS Board of Education approves 2019-20 Instructional Calendar

Broken Arrow Public Schools Board of Education approved the  2019-20 Instructional Calendar (pdf)  at their regularly scheduled meeting on March 11.  Students in grades K-12 will return for their first day of school on . . .

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BAPS Board of Education approves 2019-20 Instructional Calendar

Broken Arrow Public Schools Board of Education approved the  2019-20 Instructional Calendar (pdf)  at their regularly scheduled meeting on March 11.  Students in grades K-12 will return for their first day of school on . . .

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School site report cards now available via the state department’s website

The Oklahoma State Department of Education recently released report cards for Broken Arrow school sites as part of its school grading system, which can be found at  oklaschools.com . Because of recent changes in academic standards, . . .

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‘Kindergarten 101’ parent meeting to inform about transitions, curriculum May 16

Broken Arrow Public Schools is pleased to help Kindergarten transition become easier for parents by providing an informational meeting that will focus on what to expect as the new school year approaches. The annual “Kindergarten . . .

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‘Kindergarten 101’ parent meeting to inform about transitions, curriculum May 16

Broken Arrow Public Schools is pleased to help Kindergarten transition become easier for parents by providing an informational meeting that will focus on what to expect as the new school year approaches. The annual “Kindergarten . . .

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BAHS Drama to present ‘Seussical’ April 11-14

Broken Arrow High School’s Tiger Theatre is presenting its production of “Seussical,” a musical based on the children’s stories of one of the most beloved authors of all time, Dr. Seuss.   The show runs at . . .

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BAHS Drama to present ‘Seussical’ April 11-14

Broken Arrow High School’s Tiger Theatre is presenting its production of “Seussical,” a musical based on the children’s stories of one of the most beloved authors of all time, Dr. Seuss.   The show runs at . . .

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Tickets and sponsorships on sale for BAPS Foundation’s Black & Gold Gala

TV personality Gentry Johnson to emcee April 6 event

The Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation will host a fundraising gala and auction on Saturday, April 6, at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center. The Black & Gold Gala will start with a happy hour and silent auction at 6 p.m., . . .

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Tickets and sponsorships on sale for BAPS Foundation’s Black & Gold Gala

TV personality Gentry Johnson to emcee April 6 event

The Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation will host a fundraising gala and auction on Saturday, April 6, at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center. The Black & Gold Gala will start with a happy hour and silent auction at 6 p.m., . . .

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All three Broken Arrow High School National Merit semifinalists attain finalist standing

All three of Broken Arrow High School’s National Merit semifinalists were recently honored as finalists for their prestigious academic accomplishments. Jeremie Reese ,  Gillian LeFevre  and  Mason Simmons are . . .

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All three Broken Arrow High School National Merit semifinalists attain finalist standing

All three of Broken Arrow High School’s National Merit semifinalists were recently honored as finalists for their prestigious academic accomplishments. Jeremie Reese ,  Gillian LeFevre  and  Mason Simmons are . . .

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Community Resource Night to help BAPS students with disabilities plan for their future March 28

Tulsa Community College is partnering with Broken Arrow Public Schools and Jenks Public Schools to host the Community Resource Night for students with disabilities and their families on Thursday, March 28 , from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m . . . .

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Community Resource Night to help BAPS students with disabilities plan for their future March 28

Tulsa Community College is partnering with Broken Arrow Public Schools and Jenks Public Schools to host the Community Resource Night for students with disabilities and their families on Thursday, March 28 , from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m . . . .

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Test proctors needed for upcoming state testing, volunteers must complete training

Per the Oklahoma State Department of Education, all test proctor volunteers are required to complete an online training session . Instructions: When you begin the online training session , you will select the training module . . .

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Annual districtwide food drive to raise items for BA Neighbors March 25-29

With the help of Move For Hunger, Broken Arrow Accent Moving and Storage, and Bama Companies, Broken Arrow Public Schools is holding its seventh annual districtwide food drive March 25-29 to benefit Broken Arrow Neighbors, a nonprofit . . .

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Annual districtwide food drive to raise items for BA Neighbors March 25-29

With the help of Move For Hunger, Broken Arrow Accent Moving and Storage, and Bama Companies, Broken Arrow Public Schools is holding its seventh annual districtwide food drive March 25-29 to benefit Broken Arrow Neighbors, a nonprofit . . .

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Pre-K online enrollment now open for 2019-20 school year

Online enrollment for the 2019-20 school year is now open for the district’s Pre-K program. Parents/Guardians do not have to visit the enrollment center if required documents are uploaded correctly. Details are listed below. . . .

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Pre-K online enrollment now open for 2019-20 school year

Online enrollment for the 2019-20 school year is now open for the district’s Pre-K program. Parents/Guardians do not have to visit the enrollment center if required documents are uploaded correctly. Details are listed below. . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools to host teacher job fair April 8

Broken Arrow Public Schools is excitedly hosting its teacher job fair from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, April 8, in the Central on Main Ballroom, located at  210 N. Main St . “This job fair is a great way to expedite the . . .

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Revisions to enrollment procedures approved by Board of Education, residency affidavits no longer accepted

Broken Arrow Public Schools is no longer accepting residency affidavits as proof for student enrollment as approved by the Board of Education at their regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 11. Parents/guardians residing with a friend or . . .

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Board of Education hears recommendation for future of Broken Arrow High School

After three and a half years of study and discussion, members of the high school configuration steering committee provided a recommendation for the future of Broken Arrow High School to the Board of Education during their . . .

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Board of Education hears recommendation for future of Broken Arrow High School

After three and a half years of study and discussion, members of the high school configuration steering committee provided a recommendation for the future of Broken Arrow High School to the Board of Education during their . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools and Mullin Plumbing announce innovative new partnership

Students to earn credit and valuable workforce skills through paid apprenticeships

Broken Arrow Public Schools recently announced a groundbreaking partnership with Mullin Plumbing to provide high school students with paid apprenticeships while earning elective credit hours to prepare them to enter the skilled workforce upon . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools and Mullin Plumbing announce innovative new partnership

Students to earn credit and valuable workforce skills through paid apprenticeships

Broken Arrow Public Schools recently announced a groundbreaking partnership with Mullin Plumbing to provide high school students with paid apprenticeships while earning elective credit hours to prepare them to enter the skilled workforce upon . . .

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BAHS athletes to be recognized at signing day celebration

Former Tiger Isaac Armstead to be featured speaker

Broken Arrow High School graduate and a 2018 William V. Campbell Trophy semifinalist Isaac Armstead will be featured speaker at Broken Arrow Public Schools Athletic Department’s annual National Signing Day Celebration. Nearly 40 . . .

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BAHS athletes to be recognized at signing day celebration

Former Tiger Isaac Armstead to be featured speaker

Broken Arrow High School graduate and a 2018 William V. Campbell Trophy semifinalist Isaac Armstead will be featured speaker at Broken Arrow Public Schools Athletic Department’s annual National Signing Day Celebration. Nearly 40 . . .

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BA Superintendent Dr. Janet Dunlop honored as Citizen of the Year at annual Chamber banquet

Hundreds of Broken Arrow community members and leaders gather every year to show their support towards one another during the annual Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet. This year, Broken Arrow Public Schools Superintendent Dr. . . .

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BA Superintendent Dr. Janet Dunlop honored as Citizen of the Year at annual Chamber banquet

Hundreds of Broken Arrow community members and leaders gather every year to show their support towards one another during the annual Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet. This year, Broken Arrow Public Schools Superintendent Dr. . . .

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Gov. Stitt recognizes Broken Arrow's Teacher of the Year Donna Gradel in State of the State address

Donna Gradel praised for efforts with students to clean water, provide food for orphans

Governor Kevin Stitt paid tribute to Broken Arrow High School environmental science teacher Donna Gradel during his State of the State address this afternoon. Gradel, who is currently serving as the Oklahoma Teacher of the Year and was . . .

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Gov. Stitt recognizes Broken Arrow's Teacher of the Year Donna Gradel in State of the State address

Donna Gradel praised for efforts with students to clean water, provide food for orphans

Governor Kevin Stitt paid tribute to Broken Arrow High School environmental science teacher Donna Gradel during his State of the State address this afternoon. Gradel, who is currently serving as the Oklahoma Teacher of the Year and was . . .

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Project Graduation to be held at Incredible Pizza in May, students striving to raise funds for event

Broken Arrow High School’s Project Graduation has given graduating seniors a way to celebrate their achievement with classmates in a supervised, fun and safe environment for more than 25 years. New for the Class of 2019, the all-night . . .

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Project Graduation to be held at Incredible Pizza in May, students striving to raise funds for event

Broken Arrow High School’s Project Graduation has given graduating seniors a way to celebrate their achievement with classmates in a supervised, fun and safe environment for more than 25 years. New for the Class of 2019, the all-night . . .

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Broken Arrow students, Oklahoma legislators meet for face-to-face conversation on education issues

Students from area school districts also represented

Broken Arrow Public Schools students recently welcomed Oklahoma state lawmakers and students from surrounding school districts for a discussion regarding education laws. “It was impressive to hear our students asking questions and . . .

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Broken Arrow students, Oklahoma legislators meet for face-to-face conversation on education issues

Students from area school districts also represented

Broken Arrow Public Schools students recently welcomed Oklahoma state lawmakers and students from surrounding school districts for a discussion regarding education laws. “It was impressive to hear our students asking questions and . . .

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District makes it easier for parents, students to report bullying, drug usage and violent threats

‘Report It’ now available on mobile app and district website

Broken Arrow Public Schools recently launched a new campaign called “Report It” in an effort to simplify the process for parents and students to report bullying, drug usage and school threats. These reports can be completed on the . . .

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District makes it easier for parents, students to report bullying, drug usage and violent threats

‘Report It’ now available on mobile app and district website

Broken Arrow Public Schools recently launched a new campaign called “Report It” in an effort to simplify the process for parents and students to report bullying, drug usage and school threats. These reports can be completed on the . . .

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Star Awards Gala to recognize Broken Arrow’s Teacher of the Year, Support Employee of the Year April 18

Broken Arrow Public Schools will honor its Site Teachers of the Year and Support Employees of the Year at the annual Star Awards Gala at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, at  Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center . “It is an . . .

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Star Awards Gala to recognize Broken Arrow’s Teacher of the Year, Support Employee of the Year April 18

Broken Arrow Public Schools will honor its Site Teachers of the Year and Support Employees of the Year at the annual Star Awards Gala at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, at  Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center . “It is an . . .

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New awards ceremony to celebrate district retirees and years of service honorees

Pinnacle Awards to take place April 16 at BAPAC

Broken Arrow Public Schools is hosting a new awards ceremony specifically to celebrate its retirees and service award recipients. The Pinnacle Awards will take place Tuesday, April 16, at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center. Light . . .

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Broken Arrow’s Donna Gradel named one of four finalists for 2019 National Teacher of the Year

Winner to be announced this spring

Broken Arrow High School environmental science teacher and 2018 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Donna Gradel has been named one of four finalists for the 2019 National Teacher of the Year. “It’s been an incredible honor to . . .

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Broken Arrow’s Donna Gradel named one of four finalists for 2019 National Teacher of the Year

Winner to be announced this spring

Broken Arrow High School environmental science teacher and 2018 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Donna Gradel has been named one of four finalists for the 2019 National Teacher of the Year. “It’s been an incredible honor to . . .

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District to offer substitute teaching positions to furloughed federal employees

Broken Arrow Public Schools is helping furloughed federal employees during the government shutdown by offering substitute teaching positions with special incentives. “In an effort to help those working for the federal government in . . .

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District to offer substitute teaching positions to furloughed federal employees

Broken Arrow Public Schools is helping furloughed federal employees during the government shutdown by offering substitute teaching positions with special incentives. “In an effort to help those working for the federal government in . . .

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Parents can access state assessment scores through new testing portal

New this year, parents can access their student's state assessment scores through the  Oklahoma State Testing Portal . This portal will not only enable parents to view their child’s progress and strengths/weaknesses on the . . .

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Broken Arrow Board of Education members honored in January

This month is School Board Recognition Month – a time designated to salute the work of more than 2,700 elected school board members for their untiring dedication to public education. “At Broken Arrow Public Schools, we are . . .

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Broken Arrow Board of Education members honored in January

This month is School Board Recognition Month – a time designated to salute the work of more than 2,700 elected school board members for their untiring dedication to public education. “At Broken Arrow Public Schools, we are . . .

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NEW mobile app now available for download

Broken Arrow Public Schools has launched a free mobile app to provide parents, students and families with the latest news and information from across the district. This new mobile app is available on both Apple and Android devices and was . . .

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NEW mobile app now available for download

Broken Arrow Public Schools has launched a free mobile app to provide parents, students and families with the latest news and information from across the district. This new mobile app is available on both Apple and Android devices and was . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools offers GED, high school equivalency classes at Options Academy

Broken Arrow Public Schools makes it simple for adults to earn their high school equivalency diploma (GED or HSE) through free preparation courses. “Having either the GED or the HSE diploma is important for those without a . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools offers GED, high school equivalency classes at Options Academy

Broken Arrow Public Schools makes it simple for adults to earn their high school equivalency diploma (GED or HSE) through free preparation courses. “Having either the GED or the HSE diploma is important for those without a . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools launches campaign to stress the importance of school attendance

Attendance is one of the most important factors in determining if a student will do well in school, graduate and be prepared for success beyond high school. In an effort to stress the importance of attending school every day, Broken Arrow . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools launches campaign to stress the importance of school attendance

Attendance is one of the most important factors in determining if a student will do well in school, graduate and be prepared for success beyond high school. In an effort to stress the importance of attending school every day, Broken Arrow . . .

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Parents to receive weekly report about child's online usage on Chromebook

Broken Arrow Public Schools has partnered with Lightspeed Systems, an online student safety solution to help track internet usage by students on their school-issued Chromebook computers. Lightspeed will issue a report once a week through . . .

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Parents to receive weekly report about child's online usage on Chromebook

Broken Arrow Public Schools has partnered with Lightspeed Systems, an online student safety solution to help track internet usage by students on their school-issued Chromebook computers. Lightspeed will issue a report once a week through . . .

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BA football team celebrated state championship with “Gold Ball Tour” at elementary schools

The Broken Arrow Tigers recently celebrated the first football state championship in school history by bringing the trophy to each of the district’s 15 elementary schools as part of a “Gold Ball Tour.” Head Coach David . . .

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BA football team celebrated state championship with “Gold Ball Tour” at elementary schools

The Broken Arrow Tigers recently celebrated the first football state championship in school history by bringing the trophy to each of the district’s 15 elementary schools as part of a “Gold Ball Tour.” Head Coach David . . .

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Broken Arrow Class of 2019 to graduate at BOK Center May 8

Broken Arrow High School’s senior class will walk across the renowned stage at the BOK Center to receive their diplomas at 7 p.m. on  Wednesday, May 8, 2019. “We are pleased the Board of Education has once . . .

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Broken Arrow Class of 2019 to graduate at BOK Center May 8

Broken Arrow High School’s senior class will walk across the renowned stage at the BOK Center to receive their diplomas at 7 p.m. on  Wednesday, May 8, 2019. “We are pleased the Board of Education has once . . .

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17-18 Annual Report recaps accomplishments, breakthrough moments and financial info

To highlight the district’s progress both inside and outside of the classroom for the 2017-18 school year, the district’s communications division once again teamed with financial services to create Broken Arrow Public . . .

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17-18 Annual Report recaps accomplishments, breakthrough moments and financial info

To highlight the district’s progress both inside and outside of the classroom for the 2017-18 school year, the district’s communications division once again teamed with financial services to create Broken Arrow Public . . .

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School-record 26 band students earn all-state recognition

The Oklahoma Music Educators Association (OKMEA) recently awarded all-state honors to a school-record 26 Broken Arrow High School band students. The process to earn this prestigious recognition starts with a series of blind musical . . .

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School-record 26 band students earn all-state recognition

The Oklahoma Music Educators Association (OKMEA) recently awarded all-state honors to a school-record 26 Broken Arrow High School band students. The process to earn this prestigious recognition starts with a series of blind musical . . .

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Winter season means inclement weather closings

Broken Arrow Public Schools strives to hold school according to the calendar approved by the Board of Education. However, in the event of inclement winter weather, the possibility of school cancelations may arise to ensure the safety of . . .

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Winter season means inclement weather closings

Broken Arrow Public Schools strives to hold school according to the calendar approved by the Board of Education. However, in the event of inclement winter weather, the possibility of school cancelations may arise to ensure the safety of . . .

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Weather delay can't keep 2018 Tigers from winning BA's first ever football Gold Ball

Interception seals 28-20 win over Jenks

After 108 years of Broken Arrow Tiger football what’s an extra two hour wait to win the school’s first Gold Ball? The thrill in which the Tigers captured that Gold Ball. The rush players and fans alike shared . . .

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Weather delay can't keep 2018 Tigers from winning BA's first ever football Gold Ball

Interception seals 28-20 win over Jenks

After 108 years of Broken Arrow Tiger football what’s an extra two hour wait to win the school’s first Gold Ball? The thrill in which the Tigers captured that Gold Ball. The rush players and fans alike shared . . .

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Director of Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center and high school teacher receive BA Chamber Women’s Community Impact Award

Broken Arrow Public Schools Director of the Performing Arts Center Kim Vento and high school art teacher Jennifer Deal recently received the Women’s Community Impact Award at the Broken Arrow Chamber’s final Successful . . .

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Director of Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center and high school teacher receive BA Chamber Women’s Community Impact Award

Broken Arrow Public Schools Director of the Performing Arts Center Kim Vento and high school art teacher Jennifer Deal recently received the Women’s Community Impact Award at the Broken Arrow Chamber’s final Successful . . .

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Free dental services available to Broken Arrow students

Broken Arrow Public Schools and Spring Dental partnering to provide Healthy Smiles Program. Broken Arrow Public Schools has partnered with Spring Dental to launch the Healthy Smiles Program for the 2018-19 school year. This program will . . .

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Tips for staying healthy during flu season

Because seasonal influenza (flu) activity most commonly peaks in the winter months, Broken Arrow Public Schools is encouraging staff, students and parents to take the following everyday preventive measures to stop the spread of germs: . . .

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Tips for staying healthy during flu season

Because seasonal influenza (flu) activity most commonly peaks in the winter months, Broken Arrow Public Schools is encouraging staff, students and parents to take the following everyday preventive measures to stop the spread of germs: . . .

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District announces 2018-19 Site Teachers of the Year

Broken Arrow Public Schools is excited to announce its 2018-19 Site Teachers of the Year. Each teacher was chosen by his/her colleagues and will be considered for District Teacher of the Year, which is announced at the annual Star . . .

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District announces 2018-19 Site Teachers of the Year

Broken Arrow Public Schools is excited to announce its 2018-19 Site Teachers of the Year. Each teacher was chosen by his/her colleagues and will be considered for District Teacher of the Year, which is announced at the annual Star . . .

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Mobile bus tracking app now available for students and parents

Versatrans My Stop app offers estimated time of bus arrival and delay notifications

Broken Arrow Public Schools students and parents can now use their mobile devices or internet browsers to find up-to-the-minute school bus arrival information by using the Versatrans My Stop app. “We know how important accurate and . . .

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Mobile bus tracking app now available for students and parents

Versatrans My Stop app offers estimated time of bus arrival and delay notifications

Broken Arrow Public Schools students and parents can now use their mobile devices or internet browsers to find up-to-the-minute school bus arrival information by using the Versatrans My Stop app. “We know how important accurate and . . .

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BA employee to receive 2018 Governor’s Disability Employment Awards of Excellence

At Broken Arrow Public Schools, Lauren Weir is known for her smile, her loving heart for kids and her work ethic in the Highland Park Elementary cafeteria. Now, she will also be known as one of the winners of the 2018 Governor’s . . .

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BA employee to receive 2018 Governor’s Disability Employment Awards of Excellence

At Broken Arrow Public Schools, Lauren Weir is known for her smile, her loving heart for kids and her work ethic in the Highland Park Elementary cafeteria. Now, she will also be known as one of the winners of the 2018 Governor’s . . .

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2018 Great Graduates to be honored at homecoming game Oct. 5

Every fall, the Broken Arrow High School Alumni Association selects a group of “Great Graduates” who exhibit strong leadership skills and remain dedicated to service within their community, bringing honor to their alma mater . . .

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2018 Great Graduates to be honored at homecoming game Oct. 5

Every fall, the Broken Arrow High School Alumni Association selects a group of “Great Graduates” who exhibit strong leadership skills and remain dedicated to service within their community, bringing honor to their alma mater . . .

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Three Broken Arrow High School students named 2019 National Merit Semifinalists

Three Broken Arrow High School students have been named as this year’s National Merit Semifinalists for their prestigious academic accomplishments. Jeremie Reese,  Gillian LeFevre  and Mason Simmons are . . .

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Three Broken Arrow High School students named 2019 National Merit Semifinalists

Three Broken Arrow High School students have been named as this year’s National Merit Semifinalists for their prestigious academic accomplishments. Jeremie Reese,  Gillian LeFevre  and Mason Simmons are . . .

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Student Monitoring: What’s the difference between HAC and Canvas?

Broken Arrow Public Schools utilizes Home Access Center (HAC) and Canvas, both of which allow parents/guardians to measure and track student progress, grades and attendance. Online tutorials and further instructions can be found below. . . .

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Student Monitoring: What’s the difference between HAC and Canvas?

Broken Arrow Public Schools utilizes Home Access Center (HAC) and Canvas, both of which allow parents/guardians to measure and track student progress, grades and attendance. Online tutorials and further instructions can be found below. . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools earns prestigious ENERGY STAR certification

22 school buildings rated among most efficient in the nation

The Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded 22 Broken Arrow Public Schools buildings with the prestigious ENERGY STAR certification, designating them among the top 25 percent of energy-efficient buildings nationwide. “This . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools earns prestigious ENERGY STAR certification

22 school buildings rated among most efficient in the nation

The Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded 22 Broken Arrow Public Schools buildings with the prestigious ENERGY STAR certification, designating them among the top 25 percent of energy-efficient buildings nationwide. “This . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools to teach surrounding school districts about customized textbooks

In 2014, Broken Arrow Public Schools’ instructional team led the pack to develop a solution to improve student engagement and success as well as customize learning with Open Educational Resource (OER) textbooks for select elementary and . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools to teach surrounding school districts about customized textbooks

In 2014, Broken Arrow Public Schools’ instructional team led the pack to develop a solution to improve student engagement and success as well as customize learning with Open Educational Resource (OER) textbooks for select elementary and . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools announces enhanced live streaming broadcast platforms

ArrowVision event broadcasts now available on connected devices

Broken Arrow Public Schools is pleased to announce enhancements to its ArrowVision streaming broadcast platforms designed to make viewing live events more convenient on televisions and connected devices. Through a partnership with . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools announces enhanced live streaming broadcast platforms

ArrowVision event broadcasts now available on connected devices

Broken Arrow Public Schools is pleased to announce enhancements to its ArrowVision streaming broadcast platforms designed to make viewing live events more convenient on televisions and connected devices. Through a partnership with . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools continues to promote core values

Last January, Broken Arrow Public Schools released four core values to support its vision and help shape culture, both internally and externally. As the new school year kicks off, the district is continuing to heavily promote these values to . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools continues to promote core values

Last January, Broken Arrow Public Schools released four core values to support its vision and help shape culture, both internally and externally. As the new school year kicks off, the district is continuing to heavily promote these values to . . .

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Adult meal prices through child nutrition to increase Aug. 16

Student prices will NOT increase

Per federal guidelines, Broken Arrow’s child nutrition department is being required to increase its adult meal prices for the 2018-19 school year. Breakfast:  $1.80 Lunch:  $3.75 This price increase may . . .

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Adult meal prices through child nutrition to increase Aug. 16

Student prices will NOT increase

Per federal guidelines, Broken Arrow’s child nutrition department is being required to increase its adult meal prices for the 2018-19 school year. Breakfast:  $1.80 Lunch:  $3.75 This price increase may . . .

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Broken Arrow’s PTA Council once again named State Council of the Year

Throughout much of the district's history, the Broken Arrow Parent Teacher Association (BAPTA) Council has played an active role in improving public education for Broken Arrow students. Recently, this group’s hard work . . .

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Broken Arrow’s PTA Council once again named State Council of the Year

Throughout much of the district's history, the Broken Arrow Parent Teacher Association (BAPTA) Council has played an active role in improving public education for Broken Arrow students. Recently, this group’s hard work . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools honored with construction award for energy efficiency

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has named Broken Arrow Public Schools the winner of its 2017 award for best new school construction heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) projects. “Energy efficiency is a focus . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools honored with construction award for energy efficiency

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has named Broken Arrow Public Schools the winner of its 2017 award for best new school construction heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) projects. “Energy efficiency is a focus . . .

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District receives award for 2016-17 annual report

The communications and finance departments at Broken Arrow Public Schools were recently honored with the Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR) award from the Government Finance Officers Association for the fiscal year ending 2017. . . .

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District receives award for 2016-17 annual report

The communications and finance departments at Broken Arrow Public Schools were recently honored with the Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR) award from the Government Finance Officers Association for the fiscal year ending 2017. . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools expanding 1:1 technology program to all eighth graders 2018-19 school year

For the upcoming school year, Broken Arrow Public Schools is expanding its one-to-one (1:1) computer program to all five middle schools as every eighth grade student will be provided their own Chromebook to use for assignments at school and . . .

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Broken Arrow Public Schools expanding 1:1 technology program to all eighth graders 2018-19 school year

For the upcoming school year, Broken Arrow Public Schools is expanding its one-to-one (1:1) computer program to all five middle schools as every eighth grade student will be provided their own Chromebook to use for assignments at school and . . .

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New partnership with TCC and NSU to allow students to complete associate degree while in high school

A new dual credit program offers Broken Arrow High School students the opportunity to graduate high school with a diploma and earn an associate degree from Tulsa Community College. Then, the student has the option to seamlessly transfer to . . .

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New partnership with TCC and NSU to allow students to complete associate degree while in high school

A new dual credit program offers Broken Arrow High School students the opportunity to graduate high school with a diploma and earn an associate degree from Tulsa Community College. Then, the student has the option to seamlessly transfer to . . .

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Text feature on parent notification system now available

Broken Arrow Public Schools has activated the text message feature on SchoolMessenger, the system used to send important parent phone calls and emails. Parents MUST "opt-in" to receive text messages from the district. To . . .

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Text feature on parent notification system now available

Broken Arrow Public Schools has activated the text message feature on SchoolMessenger, the system used to send important parent phone calls and emails. Parents MUST "opt-in" to receive text messages from the district. To . . .

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