Arvest Bank Awards $500 to Broken Arrow Teacher

 Arvest Bank has announced that Erin Shelby, who teaches First Grade at Leisure Park Elementary in Broken Arrow, has been awarded $500 as part of a four-state program to support education.

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NSU-Broken Arrow Hosts Artist Kathryne Wood in November

Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow will host an art exhibit by Kathryne Wood during November in the Visitors’ Center Gallery of the Administrative Services Building.

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Getting to Know B.A. Board of Education


Broken Arrow’s Board of Education members serve alongside the community to support and protect the public school system of Broken Arrow. These members are dedicated public servants charged with establishing policies for the school system, based on Oklahoman and federal laws, to ensure the betterment of the community as a whole. They lead the district.

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TTCU Presents $12,000 to Broken Arrow Schools

Federal Credit Union presented a $12,000 donation to Broken Arrow Public School District as part of its School Pride program. Over the past 11 years, the School Pride program has distributed over $1 million to area schools.

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B. A. Science Students Launch Floating Wetland

Broken Arrow High School students launched a sustainable floating wetland during a 1 p.m. ceremony on Wednesday, May 23 at Tiger Creek Nature Park as part of a continuing partnership with the City of Broken Arrow.

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Kristin Chenoweth’s Broadway Bootcamp Returns to Mentor Local Students

The third year of Kristin Chenoweth’s Broadway Bootcamp is set to begin, running June 10-16, at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center.

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B.A. City Council Supports Teachers

The Broken Arrow City Council hold a special meeting recently to discuss a resolution to support Oklahoma’s public school teachers and urge the state legislature to pass a teacher pay increase with ongoing funding.

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New Program by TCC and NSU Will Transform Educational Experience for B.A. Students

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 Northeastern State University to complete a bachelor’s degree.

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Student Named All-Stater

Broken Arrow High School senior Hunter Janway has been named a 2018 Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence () Academic All-State winner. He is one of 100 winners, selected from 536 nominations throughout Oklahoma.

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