Week of February 11-15, 2019
• February 12 - Art Club Meeting - see details below
• February 13 - Premed Club Meeting - see details below
• February 13 - Cowley College (KS) - 5th hour see details below
• February 15 - TCC Senior meeting - 5th hour - see details below
Great Expectations for: February
District Character of the Month: Optimism
District Quote of the Month: "If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." - Maya Angelou
Expectation Focus: We will not laugh or make fun of a person's mistakes nor use sarcasm or putdowns.
Art Club will be Tuesday, Feb. 12th. Art Club will meet every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month in the Art Room, E-22.
There will be a Premed Club meeting on Wednesday, February the 13th at 3:30 in Mr. Nguyen's room, SA 107.
Senior Song Auditions
Senior Song Audition Sign-Up, February 1st through March 4th with auditions March 6th.
Sign-up in Mrs. Davis office (principal's office), if any questions see Mrs. Davis.
The Big Event
The Bixby Big Event is on Saturday March 2nd. Check In starts at 8am with projects worked from 9-12. Please make plans to volunteer. Registration will begin soon!!
Counseling Office Information
February 13th - Cowley College (KS) -> 5th Hour
February 15th - TCC Presentation - 5th hour - see below
February 25th - Paul Mitchell School/Tulsa -> 5th Hour
March 12th - University of Oklahoma -> 5th Hour
March 29th - Rogers State University -> 3rd Hour
Tulsa Community College Presentation for Seniors February 15 - 5th Hour
TCC will be doing a presentation for seniors in the auditorium on Friday, February 15th during 5th hour. It may take the entire class period. All seniors are encouraged to attend, even if they have been accepted to another college/university. The presentation will include information about registering for Tulsa Achieves and classes. Tulsa Achieves is a great back up plan for students that have been accepted elsewhere, but it is only available if they apply.
February 15th High School Pre-enrollment Day. Core class teachers will show a video of enrollment for their subject area (and possibly a small portion of elective courses) and sign off on each student's pre-enrollment form. We will give you more info as the time gets closer.
February 18-25 Sophomore enrollment through History teachers classrooms.
February 26- March 8 Junior enrollment through History teachers classrooms,
March 8th - 9th Grade Center Pre-enrollment Day. Core class teachers will show a video of enrollment for their subject area (and possibly a small portion of elective courses) and sign off on each student's pre-enrollment form.
March 11th, 13th, 14th - 9th Grade Enrollment at 9GC
Students - please pick up your new student ID's in the front Attendance Office.
Math tutoring available during 1st lunch and available during all lunches w/prior arrangements in W-24 Monday - Friday - see Mrs. Roberson with questions
Math tutoring is available on Tuesday/Thursday 1st and 7th period in room S-214.
Science tutoring w/Mr. Hunter 3:45 - 4:30pm Monday thru Thursday room S-109
Native American Parents and Students - Pete Coser, a Muscogee (Creek) Nation Representative, will be at Brassfield Learning Center on Tuesday, March 5th at 6PM. He will give a presentation about Creek Nation scholarships and services. See you there!
Title VI students and parents are encouraged to utilize the phone app Remind 101. Download the Remind 101 app for upcoming events: Text 81010 and Enter this Message: @titleviin
Indian Education Tutoring/Title VI Program
-Tutoring is available for students with a 506 Form on file (Forms may be downloaded from the Student Services section of www.bixbyps.org),
-Location: Brassfield Learning Center, 501 S. Riverview, behind the 9th Grade Center
-Time 2:45-4:30pm - Tuesday and Thursday
-Science tutoring w/Mr. Hunter 3:45 - 4:30pm Monday thru Thursday room S-109
-For more information contact Tina Francis at (918)366-2237 email email@example.com or Adria Wood (18)366-2222 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking permit enforcement has begun. Students may only park in approved lots in front of the campus. Permits cost $20.00 and you must have a drug test prior to purchase. Parking permits can be purchased in the Assistant Principal's Office. See your Assistant Principal or Mrs. Dees with any questions.