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We Appreciate You!

We Appreciate You!

Crystal Kinsey-McCune, Brittany Nasworthy, & Joanne Howard are outstanding paraprofessionals at the high school. They are dedicated to their profession and work...

Weekly Bulletin 3/9/2020-3/13/2020

Weekly Bulletin 3/9/2020-3/13/2020

Weekly Bulletin Great Expectations for the month of MarchDistrict Character Trait of the Month: CitizenshipDistrict Quote of the Month: "You are a citizen, and citizenship...

Weekly Bulletin 3/2/2020-3/6/2020

Weekly Bulletin 3/2/2020-3/6/2020

Weekly Bulletin Great Expectations for the month of MarchDistrict Character Trait of the Month: CitizenshipDistrict Quote of the Month: "You are a citizen, and citizenship...

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Jamie Webb

Jamie Webb

13 days ago

AP Students - Update Greetings AP Student, We understand the coronavirus has caused significant adjustments to everyday life, including education. We know all the changes and the unknown are causing stress, confusion, frustration, and sometimes even anger. Here is a quick update regarding the College Board’s plan regarding the 2020 AP Exam Administration. There are many details to come so we strongly recommend that students do not take any action until they have all the details to make an educated decision regarding the AP Exams. On Friday, the College Board posted this preliminary update https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/coronavirus-update. Here are highlights of the plan for AP Exam Administration: There will NOT be any face-to-face AP exams this year Students will take AP exams at home Exams will be 45 minutes Exams will NOT contain multiple-choice questions Exams will be administered online Students will be able to take the exam on one of two separate dates to be announced by the College Board April 3, 2020 Exams will be assessing a reduced scope of content, content that would “typically” have been covered before March Students will have the option of canceling their exam(s), and CB will waive the $40.00/exam late fee they would have charged the school College Board will be providing additional online resources, see https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/coronavirus-updates#free-ap-classes. Once additional details are provided by the College Board, we will contact you regarding how you will indicate whether you wish to take your exam on the first date, the second date, or if you wish to cancel. Thank you for your patience and for waiting for further instructions that will be forthcoming in April on how to proceed. Bixby High School Beth Gaches, AP Coordinator bgaches@bixbyps.org SethAnn Lange, Assistant Principal slange@bixbyps.org Terry Adams, Principal tadams@bixbyps.org

Bixby Public Schools

Bixby Public Schools

27 days ago

Watching our seniors pose for cap and gown photos today is giving us ALL THE FEELS. These 2020 graduates will turn their tassels on May 6th, marking yet another milestone in a friendship that's lasted a lifetime! Once a Spartan, always a Spartan! #thenandnow #bhsbecomingalegacy view image

Kevin Pearson

Kevin Pearson

27 days ago

Check out the March edition of the BHS Fine Arts Newsletter here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1waJP5wZTJ8jtIdk7T1j2Zgv-vFF-ejbH

Dewayne Patterson

Dewayne Patterson

27 days ago

Remember to eat at Louie's on 101st and Sheridan tonight to support BHS Make A Wish. view image

Dewayne Patterson

Dewayne Patterson

28 days ago

Tuesday, March 10 eat at Louie's to support BHS Make A Wish project. #bhsbecomingalegacy view image

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