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Broken Bow Public School App is Available!

Our Broken Bow Public Schools app now has more functionality to notify you about events.  Please go download our apps so that we have an additional method to contact you in the event any unexpected or unplanned things happen and we need to make you aware of any information.  Our app is available on both Apple and Android Platforms.   Apple iPhone/iPad   Android

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State Powerlifting Results

On Friday, March 9, 2018, the Broken Bow Savages competed at the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association State Powerlifting Meet.  Overall, the Savages placed 3rd in the large school division.  Please congratulate all of our guys.  Individual winners are as follows: 132 weight class - Kevin Rose placed 7th overall and 3rd in Squat 145 weight class - Britton McKinney placed 4th overall 157 weight class - Chaten Hill placed 5th overall and 3rd in Bench and 3rd in Dead Lift . . .

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Speech Team Headed to State!!

The Broken Bow Savage Speech/Debate team is going to State!!!!   This past weekend our students showed the East Region what is means to be a Savage.  We brought back four medals and two alternate positions:   Ty Meeks-3 rd in Monologue, 3 rd in Humorous Duet Brenna Tuttle-7 th in Dramatic Interpretation, 3 rd in Humorous Duet ,and 11 th in Poetry, making her 3 rd Alternate Lexee Jackson-12 th in Monologue, making her 3 rd Alternate     We are so proud of all of our students.  They did an outstanding job!!   Way to go, Savages!!!!

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* Click on the scholarship links below to view and print the scholarship applications:  (See Senior Bulletins for more scholarship information) Girls Gone Wine Scholarship Quarterback Club Scholarship Lions Club Scholarship Hayes Chiropractic Scholarship Indigenous Collegiate Scholarship Eastern Star Scholarship Broken Bow Fire Fighter's Association Scholarship Bob Burke Scholarship-Drama, Speech, Journalism Bob Burke Scholarship-Law Broken Bow Education Foundation Betty D. Slater Gibson  Dorothy Branstine Slater Memorial  W.C. Slater, Jr. . . .

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FCCLA Honor Graduates

FCCLA Honor Graduates are permitted to wear regalia at graduation.  Please click here to download the order form.   This form and payment are due back to Mrs. Smalling or Mrs. Lindly by Thursday, March 29, 2018.  

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Free Summer Camps!!!

This summer, spend time at an Oklahoma college or university and discover the fascinating worlds of aeronautics, forensic science, engineering, environmental conservation and much more! Summer Academies are FREE! Be sure to request applications from the contact person listed under the academy you choose. Or call 1.800.858.1840 for more information See the flyer below and click here to go to the website.

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ACT Resources

Please go to the following website to get information about the ACT.  The ACT is the new state assessment for High School Students, replacing the EOI (End of Instruction) Exams.  As more resources become available, they will be posted here. ACT Information ACT Preparation ACT Math Questions ACT English Questions Khan Academy - free math test prep resources      

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Test Results and What Parents Need to Know

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has prepared a toolkit to help educators and families talk about upcoming state test results and how they reflect changes in Oklahoma’s assessments. The 4-minute video, “What Families Need to Know About New Test Results,” explains to families and stakeholders why this year is a TOTAL RESET . To watch the video, click here. For more information, please see the Oklahoma Department of Education's website.

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Broken Bow Savages Spirit Bell

Dear Savage Fans, The Broken Bow Spirit Bell Project is being sponsored by the Savage Football Team.  This fundraising activity will be used to support the football program by providing funding for equipment, meals, and other items necessary to ensure the success of the program. The Spirit Bell will be approximately 24 inches in diameter and will be placed atop a column approximately six feet tall.  The column will be constructed of commemorative bricks that honor and recognize loved ones.  These laser engraved bricks will be sold to the public for $100 each.  We anticipate that we will need close to 200 . . .

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