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Applicants Needed for B.A. High School Visioning Task Force

Broken Arrow Public Schools is seeking applicants from individuals interested in joining the Visioning Task Force, which will provide additional answers regarding the school district’s High School Configuration Study.
The High School Configuration Study Steering Committee was expected to make a recommendation on the future framework of Broken Arrow High School (BAHS) in May.
However, due to further questions regarding academic programming and extracurricular activities, district leadership and the Steering Committee decided to pend the recommendation until the soon-to-form task force can provide additional information.
The application process for the Visioning Task Force is open to the public until Friday, May 12.
Approximately 20-30 applicants will be chosen to serve on the task force. Those individuals will be notified after May 19.
The ideal candidate should have experience in curriculum and program development, exemplify innovative instructional design in a classroom setting, and have experience in fostering community partnerships.
Anyone interested in serving on the task force, can apply at baschools.org.

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Most Spirited School

NATIONAL FINALIST: Broken Arrow High School has been named as one of four finalists for America’s Most Spirited High School by Varsity Brands. The winning school receives $25,000. Broken Arrow is competing against Bingham High School in South Jordan, Utah; El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California; and Kahuku High School in Kahuku, Hawaii.

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B.A. Team Goes to Semifinals

Broken Arrow High School’s mock trial team took eighth place in the semifinal round of the 2017 Oklahoma High School Mock Trial competition.

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BAPS High School Study to Hold April Forums

In April, Broken Arrow Public Schools will gain community feedback regarding the recent recommendation given by the BAPS High School Configuration Study Steering Committee.

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Student Wins All-State Award

Broken Arrow High School student Jacob Taylor has been awarded a 2017 Academic All-State Award from the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.

Taylor is one of 100 winning students across the state who are top public high school seniors; he was selected from 551 nominations statewide.

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Chenoweth Fund Receives Donation

Through the partnership between ARTSOK: The Regional Arts Alliance of Broken Arrow and multiple-award winning singer and Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth, corporations are getting on board to support arts education through the Kristin Chenoweth Arts & Education Fund.

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Pride at Roses Parade

REIGNING CHAMPS: On Jan. 2, the Pride of Broken Arrow marching band marched in the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, after receiving its 11th first place win at the Bands of America Super Regional competition in October.

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BAHS Presents ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Feb. 9-12, Broken Arrow High School’s drama department will present Beauty and the Beast at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center.

“On stage, we will have gorgeous costumes and several big sets, which will include the Beast’s transformation with a little bit of flying,” says Jana Ellis, BAHS drama teacher and director of the show.

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City Leaders, BAPS Show Unity

Broken Arrow city, chamber of commerce and education leaders hosted a press conference on Nov. 21 to discuss the current crisis in teacher pay and the recent rejection of State Question 779. In a show of regional unity, many area school districts were represented, including Sand Springs, Bixby, Union and Owasso public schools.

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