A GRAND THANK YOU: The Bixby Marching Band performed in the Veterans Day Parade Nov. 11. Many area school districts, including Tulsa and Union Public Schools also participated.Read More
“He treats everyone equal. He is very positive and never lets his stress or anger get in the way of his teaching. There are never bad days for Mr. Farrar,” writes a student of Mark Farrar, special education teacher at Bixby High School and the school’s Teacher of the Year.Read More
For Lou Ann Pease, North Intermediate’s Teacher of the Year, education is where she was meant to be.
Pease did not just grow up with a mother who taught elementary school; Pease also married a teacher and coach from Bixby schools.Read More
The members of Bixby High Schools’ cheer squad have varying interests, but they share one common, large similarity. They love to cheer.
Starting at left in photo, Logan Blackmore has been cheering for five years and has attended Bixby for nine years.Read More
Bixby students and fans, along with the Bixby Spirit, watched as the Spartans gained victory over the Edison Eagles, 35-0 on Homecoming Night, Oct. 12.Read More
On September 28, Bixby students “pinked out” for Bixby High School’s Pink Out event during its football game against Broken Arrow. Patrons from both Bixby and Broken Arrow were encouraged to wear pink during the game to raise awareness of all cancers that affect women and children.Read More
With summer in full swing, it’s easy to forget that the school season is just around the corner. School begins in Bixby Aug. 17. Superintendent Dr. Kyle Wood says BPS continues to see positive growth in numbers and accomplishments.Read More
Bixby fifth graders enjoyed a recent trip to the Tulsa Air and Space Museum (TASM) guided by Larry Dodson. Across from the Tulsa Zoo, Bixby students did not have far to travel compared to many of TASM’s guests. According to Judy Moody, director of academic development, “We schedule field trips for schools from all over the state, even Texas, Kansas, and Arkansas.”Read More
Bixby Public Schools will soon have three additions to the already excelling district.
Northeast Elementary will be located on 131st Street between Garnett and 129th Avenue. The school will open in August 2013 with grades pre-K through 6th grade.
To help the Oklahoma Science and Engineering Foundation teach science, engineering, math, and team skills to Oklahoma youth, AT&T announced a $5,000 contribution in support of its efforts.Read More