Bartlesville Wrestling Club (K-6th) mandatory parent meeting and registration
Would you like to send your student a “BIG” shoutout on the brand new “BRUINtron” video board at Custer Stadium during one of the upcoming home games? How about on our new video board in the field house during an upcoming volleyball match or basketball game? The BHS Sports Media Program is here to make that happen! Please follow the link below to our Bruin Sportsource website where you can learn more. Get out ahead of the crowd and get your screen time ordered today! https://sites.google.com/bps-ok.org/bruinsportsource/videoboard-student-shoutout
Fellowship Wesleyan Church is offering a free meal at 1pm on Sunday, September 24.
Did you know that we have students who have been displaced from their homes for a variety of reasons? BPSD has a program that assists these students in a variety of ways with federal funding. There are limitations on how those funds are used, though, so donations are being accepted to meet other needs of students. Monetary donations will be used for those students who meet the eligibility requirements for the McKinney-Vento program. Funds will be used for a) acquisition fees for legal documents (birth certificates and state identification cards) for the ACT/SAT exams, b) fees for concurrent classes, c) purchasing gifts for those students who exceed the age requirement for holiday Angel Trees, d) graduation and senior class-related expenses, e) needed clothing and shoes, f) toiletry and hygiene items for Bruin Pantry. Credit/debit card donations need to be paid in person to Sara Vermeire at the Education Service Center, 1100 SW Jennings Avenue. Cash and check donations can be made to Sarah Rowe. Please contact her at email@example.com to make arrangements or if you have any questions.
CommUNITY Fest is a free, family-friendly event celebrating the culture that makes Bartlesville unique. Sept 23, 5pm - 10 pm. visitbartlesville.com/community-fest-event-details_452
The Salvation Army Shield club is an after school program for children ages 6-12. Children are picked up by the Salvation Army TEAM and transported to the program. The Shield Club offers a variety of activities, sports, arts & crafts, games, leisure skills, & character development. With questions regarding the Shield Club, please contact the main office at (918)336-6454. Bartlesville Public Schools is not sponsoring, endorsing, or recommending the activities announced in this flyer. Student participation is voluntary and subject to parental approval.
We're super excited to congratulate Central Middle School's Jonathan Lai for placing in the Top 300 in the inaugural Thermo Fisher Scientific #JuniorInnovators Challenge with his project named Fantastic Plastics: Creating Sustainable Plastic From Milk Proteins. The Top 300 Junior Innovators were selected from nearly 2,000 students from 49 states, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and Puerto Rico who applied to compete in the Thermo Fisher JIC. Students who are named in the top 10% of their local science fair are eligible to enter the Thermo Fisher JIC, the only middle school STEM competition that leverages Society-affiliated science fairs as a critical component of the STEM talent pipeline.
2023-24 Superintendent's Student Advisory Council < Emma Mattke, Marissa Demuth, Lauren Lee, Braxton Decker, Cade Winter, Damien Niko, Griffin Craig, np Kathryn Williams >
In light of recent events in other districts, please note that to prioritize security we are asking that backpacks and other large bags not be brought to district activities and athletic events, and your awareness that any bags brought to an event may be searched. There will be an increased police presence at the Bruins' first home varsity football game against the Claremore Zebras on Friday, September 1 at 7 p.m. at Custer Stadium. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation in our efforts to ensure a safe and fun evening.
The Creamery at The Rock now has a Youth Esports program for area middle school and high school students. DISCLAIMER: BPSD is not sponsoring, endorsing, or recommending the activities announced here. Student participation is voluntary and subject to parental approval.
Check out Brett Eaves, our Senior Football Captain, assisting in surgery at his internship at Manley Animal Hospital this morning! #bvillebruWIN
9-12 Boys Basketball Tryouts, Thursday, August 17, 2023 at 4:00 PM in the BHS P66 Gym. #bvillebruwin
The first day of school is here, and we are excited to see the hallways full of smiling faces! Don't forget to tag our district and use the hashtag #bvillebruwin so our district staff can share your photos and the positive things happening in our district on our first day back!
Cross Country Parents Meeting on Tuesday, August 8th at 7:00 PM in the BHS Commons. Contact Coach Ayres if you need more information, at firstname.lastname@example.org. #bvillebruwin
It's August! That means the first day of school is right around the corner. Here are some important dates to know: Aug 8: Elementary Meet the Teacher Aug 10: First Day of School Aug 17: BHS Open House Aug 24: Middle Schools Open House Aug 29: Elementary Schools Open House
Some school bus routes are changing for 2023-2024. You can look up your address at https://ewa.edulogweb.com/bartlesvilleok1web/webquery/ to see your routes. More information is at bpsbus.com. If you live outside of the city limits and do not find a nearby stop, call the BPSD Transportation Department at 918-336-1733. Special needs bus routes are still being worked on, and the Transportation Dept. will call those parents when they are finalized. Classes begin on Thursday, August 10, 2023.
Back-to-School Immunization Clinic at the Washington County Health Department at 5121 SE Jacquelyn Lane on Tuesday, August 1 from 5-7 p.m.
Car Seat Checkup Event sponsored by the Washington County Health Department on Thursday, August 3 from 1-4 p.m. at Central Middle School at 815 Delware.
School supply lists: https://www.bps-ok.org/article/1172488