WHERE ALL CHILDREN ARE EMBRACED, CHALLENGED, AND CELEBRATED!
Students WILL have school on Monday, April 18. The 21-22 calendar listed this date as an Inclement Weather Make-up Date. Since we have used a Snow Day, we will attend school on April 18.
- Join us for our next meeting Tuesday, March 8th at 6:30.
- Be sure to stop by the Scholastic Book Fair going in the Gym during Parent-Teacher Conferences March 9th and 10th. PTA is giving all Broken Arrow students $10 in Scholastic Dollars to spend on books at the Fair, just give the student's name, grade and teacher at checkout. All the details for the Fall Book Fair can be found here - https://www.scholastic.com/bf/brokenarrow. If you would like to sign up to volunteer at the fair you can do so here - https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094caaac28a6f85-spring1
- Teacher Requests for Classroom Needs will be on display in the entrance during Parent-Teacher Conferences. If you can supply a request please take one of the colorful post-its. Thank you in advance for your support!
- It's a t-shirt year! PTA will be purchasing Broken Arrow t-shirts for all students, sizes will be collected at Conferences.
- Sign-up to bring snacks for the teachers during Conferences -
- Runza Fundraiser Wednesday, March 9th from 5-8pm (see below)
Grade level teachers have been in contact about conference schedules - please feel free to reach out if you have any questions - and don't forget to stop by the Book Fair in the gym!
Next week, conferences are scheduled:
Wednesday, March 9 after school & evening
Thursday, March 10 all day
As a reminder, school is NOT in session Thursday, March 10, and Friday, March 11. Students will return to school Monday, March 21 after spring break.
Kindergartners for 22-23...BA Orientation Information!
The portal to enroll new students for next year will open March 1. If you have a child who will be 5 years old by Aug 31, 2022, you can register for school by going to the district website.
Broken Arrow Kindergarten Orientation will be April 13th. We will be running two sessions: 2:00-2:40 and 2:50-3:30. Please complete the Kindergarten Survey if you have an incoming kinder next year or feel free to share with those you know!
Where Are Crossing Guards Needed?
The Safe Routes to School work group will be reviewing requests for school crossing guards this spring. March 4 is the deadline to let the city staff know you’d like to see a crossing guard in a certain location. To make a request, please complete the following form: https://arcg.is/0jqTLK. If you’d like to support efforts to encourage more students to walk, bike, and wheel at your school, please reach out to Laura McCulloch, Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health community health equity specialist, at email@example.com.
Annual Registration is HERE!
Annual Registration was sent out the district office this week. This is how you enroll your student for school next year, whether they will be at Broken Arrow or attend a different Lawrence school. If you plan to move out of district and will not be in USD497, please mark that on the update.
If a parent has not received notification for Annual Registration, please let Mrs Walthall know and she can help get that information to you or the parent with the PowerSchool access.
BA Family Bravos!
Click HERE if you want to submit a Broken Arrow Family Bravo for a staff member who has made a difference to your child and family! I cannot tell you how much your kind words and hearing that we are making a difference would mean to the staff! Every staff member who has received one has shared how much it has meant to them!
Mrs. Moeckel - She has truly helped, stayed and focused on every challenge that my son has had since coming back into the school district. She is truly an inspiration and very compassionate. I honestly don't know if he would have the help he needs if it was not for her. She truly is one of those teachers that are very hard to come by.
Mrs. Moeckel and Mrs. Bollig - Both teachers have such a strong rapport with the kids. They make learning fun! Both of my kids look forward to school because of them. Thank you!