March 26, 2020 - On March 25, the State Superintendent announced that all public schools would remain closed until the end of the academic year for each respective public school. The academic year for schools will end between May 8 and May . . .
Mandated school building closure for remainder of school year, students to utilize distance learning methods beginning April 6
In an effort to prevent the further spread of coronavirus in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma State Board of Education has mandated that all Oklahoma school buildings remain closed for the rest of the school year. Students will resume with . . .
It was an inauspicious start to a baseball season monikered by the hashtag “unfinishedbusiness.” Since the 9-0 loss to one of the state’s best pitchers, Stillwater’s Drew Blake, the 2020 Broken Arrow Tigers have . . .
The Broken Arrow Tigers are back in the offseason lab developing explosiveness, reshaping their bodies and energizing their competitive spirit as they seek to improve on the 9-3, state semifinal season of 2019. “The main purpose of . . .
Broken Arrow Tigers 2020 football schedule will again open at Mansfield, Texas, and feature a home game with the Owasso Rams in the Folds of Honor Patriot Bowl on Sept. 11. The Border Brawl, which features Tulsa area teams against . . .
Championships, coaching experience among highlights
Broken Arrow Public Schools has announced the hiring of veteran coach and athletic administrator Darren Melton as associate director of athletics and collegiate administrator Amanda Snider as assistant director of athletics. Melton joins . . .
Broken Arrow Executive Director of Athletics honored for exemplary knowledge and professional development
Broken Arrow Executive Director of Athletics Steve Dunn has been named a Certified Master Athletic Administrator by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association for demonstrating exemplary knowledge, contributions and . . .
VIDEO UPDATE: Watch to learn more about the new girls wrestling program
Broken Arrow Public Schools has announced the creation of the first girls varsity wrestling program in the state and named Oklahoma City University standout Cassidy Jasperson its new head girls wrestling coach. When enrollment . . .