Superintendent McCauley will be sharing updates on the @bvilleradio morning news at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. Watch the broadcast live from the KWON Facebook page or tune to AM 1400. #bvillebruwin
We’re thrilled to announce the new BPS app! Access cafeteria menus, news updates, even emergency notifications. #bvillebruwin Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/31z6f5g or iPhone: https://apple.co/2BMVz8k.
To participate in this free event, use your phone to log into dashingthroughtheville.com and follow the clues. For each QR code you scan, you will be entered in a drawing to win a prize. #bvillebruwin
Bartlesville High School will host a Blood Drive on Friday, November 20 in the Bruin Activity Center. #bvillebruwin
Bartlesville Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants to join our Transportation Services team. Apply online at https://bit.ly/2TY7Mg8 #bvillebruWIN
You don't have to wait until Tuesday to vote. Early in-person voting begins today! To find information about your voting location and sample ballots, visit the state Election Board website http://ok.gov/elections
Protect yourself and protect others. We must do our part to take steps to mitigate seasonal health risks to maintain safe learning environments for our children. #bvillebruWIN
Friday, October 2 is scheduled as a district-wide Distance Learning day.
There will be a Scenic Group Ride on September 26 to benefit the Bartlesville Special Olympics Team. #bvillebruwin
Free drive-through COVID-19 testing will be held on Monday, September 21, from noon to 6 p.m. at Spirit Church at 2121 S Madison Blvd. Appointments are required; complete the appointment and patient information at https://portal.immylabs.com/appointment
Morgan King, son of Nathan and Leslie King and a Junior at BHS, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36. Fewer than half of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score. In the U.S. high school graduating class of 2019, only 4,879 out of nearly 1.8 million students who took the ACT earned a top composite score of 36.
The Bartlesville Art Association has awarded its Virginia Neely Sweet Graduating Art Senior $3,000 Scholarship to Mary Robin Walters-Miller in a drive-by award and celebration. Mary will attend the Kansas City Art Institute in the fall.
Free meals for anyone ages 1-18 continue in June and July. The drive-throughs will be at Central Middle School and Hoover Elementary School (with the latter's entry off Baylor Drive, not Madison Blvd) and the bus routes will also be delivering. See https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/19dwi4dvppQP4D-HDdwveiQ-JsLAGdRWH2so6iP2dIsw/preview
These students qualified at the 2020 State Science Fair or the 2020 District Science Fair to compete in the 2020 International Fair.
Distance Learning began on Monday, April 6 Visit our new https://sites.google.com/bps-ok.org/bpslearn/home site for that program and COVID-19 information
Elementary school lesson packets: All packets through May 21 are now available to download at https://sites.google.com/bps-ok.org/bpslearn/home. That website also has a link to phone-friendly copies of the same lessons for each grade level by date and by subject. Middle school & high school online learning: Go to https://sites.google.com/bps-ok.org/bpslearn/home for links to Canvas and other services. Low-cost internet options