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Lets cheer for JROTC as they go to state

Lets cheer for JROTC as they go to state

Bixby, let's cheer for JROTC as they head to state. We would like to personally congratulate Marissa Armstrong, Rebekah Trenary, Mikayla Walsh, and Devon Horrocks. Bixby...

Silent Dance

Silent Dance

Silent Dance tickets will be on sale during lunch for $10 (cash or check). Friday is your last day to purchase tickets. Silent Dance is Friday, March 6th from 8-10pm in the...

Swim State This Weekend

Swim State This Weekend

This weekend (Feb. 21-23) two ninth grade center students (Teague Brown and Jack Mose) will be competing at swim state championships! The prelims will be held on Friday...

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Jaime Snyder

Jaime Snyder

27 days ago

The English Classes had the pleasure of hosting Jennifer Latham, author of Dreamland Burning today. Her knowledge of the Tulsa Race Massacre was frightening, but her insight into writing was inspiring. Thanks to the History department for collaborating with us to bring this novel to our students. view image

Bixby Public Schools

Bixby Public Schools

29 days ago

Do you have a student-athlete who will be participating in BPS school sports in 2020-2021? Physicals are required for them to begin participation! Visit here for information on BPS All-Athlete Physicals Night: https://www.bixbyspartanathletics.com/physicals Need a reminder? RSVP to our FB Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1104628776596522/ view image

Bixby Public Schools

Bixby Public Schools

about 1 month ago

Last call for BPS Food Drive items benefitting Bixby Outreach Center! BOC will be picking up these items from all school sites on Monday morning! Thank you, Spartans, for all of your generous contributions! view image

Jaime Snyder

Jaime Snyder

about 1 month ago

Our students loved having the opportunity to pet Fenway during lunch and raise money for Make a Wish at the same time!!! view image

Jaime Snyder

Jaime Snyder

about 1 month ago

Mrs. Cox's Biology classes solved a medical mystery! They used gel electrophoresis to compare DNA segments of (fictitious) viruses to determine which virus was resulting in an outbreak of illness. Students practiced using professional tools like micropipettes and electrophoresis chambers generously provided by Bixby Educational Endowment Fund over the last several years! view image

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