When asked to describe why she wanted to become a teacher, Bixby Public Schools’ 2016 District Teacher of the Year Kathy Gilliam is at a slight loss for words.Read More
On March 31, Bixby business owners pitched in to help a local student in need.
Businesses in The Vineyard on Memorial shopping center at 106th Street and Memorial Drive held a fundraising event to benefit Breydon Hammer, a 17-year-old Bixby Public School student who was recently diagnosed with Ependymoma, a rare tumor of the central nervous system.Read More
This is the Bixby Breeze’s second installment of Bixby Public Schools’ 2015-16 Teachers of the Year, with our spotlight this month on teachers Dinah Benavides, Tiffany Davis, Lilyann Bledsoe and Jodee Haack.Read More
In March, TTCU The Credit Union presented a $3,000 donation to Bixby Public Schools as part of TTCU’s School Pride program.Read More
In the upcoming issues of the Bixby Breeze, we will highlight Bixby Public Schools’ 2015-16 Teachers of the Year. In this first installment are Stephanie Parker, Max Hammontree, Dana Preston and Kathy Gilliam.Read More
The Bixby High School cheer team brought home the National Championship title for the second year in a row at the 2016 National Cheerleading Association’s (NCA) Senior and Junior High Nationals, held Jan. 23-24 in Dallas, Texas.Read More
Bixby North Elementary PTA will host its second annual Agora Spartan Craft Market to benefit Bixby North Elementary on Saturday, April 2, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Bixby North Elementary gym, 7701 E. 121st St.Read More
On Feb. 9, Bixby residents will vote on a school bond issue for more than $142 million that aims to address the needs of the growing school district for the next 10 years.Read More
The 2015 regular season was a roller coaster ride for Bixby High’s defending Class 6AII State Champions.
But once the playoffs started, it was smooth sailing for the Spartans who never veered off course in their pursuit of hoisting a second Gold Ball.Read More
BAND ACCOLADES: The Pride of Bixby ended its marching season as the Oklahoma Bandmaster’s Association (OBA) Class 6A II Champion. The Pride was also awarded with OBA’s Caption Awards for High General Effect and High Music. It placed fifth overall at the OBA contest.Read More