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Syrian Conflict Explained

Syrian Conflict Explained

Kirstin Renfrow

May 4, 2016


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Last Day of 15-16 School Year Changed from May 20th to May 12th

Last Day of 15-16 School Year Changed from May 20th to May 12th

March 30, 2016


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Tulsa World Editorial related to this action by Bixby Public Schools. Dear Bixby Public School Parents, Students, and Staff Members: Re:  Change of Last Day of 15-16 School Year from May 20th to May 12th I believe it is a well-known fact that funding for public schools and specifically...

Budget Crisis: A Letter from Dr. Kyle Wood

Budget Crisis: A Letter from Dr. Kyle Wood

March 11, 2016


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Bixby Public School Parents, Community, and Staff: Last week, two shots to the gut of our school's budget were made known to me: 1.  The state has declared a second "revenue failure," meaning the state is not going to collect as much revenue as originally budgeted to collect. 2.  The impact...

After All This Time? Always.

After All This Time? Always.

Miki Riley, Photo Editor

January 14, 2016


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On this morning, January 14th, the world lost a remarkable actor and director, Alan Rickman. Rickman passed away from his short battle with cancer at the age of 69. Rickman is famously known for his role as Professor Snape in the Harry Potter series and his role as Hans Gruber in Die Hard. JK Rowling,...

AC/DC Announces North American Tour Dates

AC/DC Announces North American Tour Dates

Miki Riley, Photo Editor

December 15, 2015


Filed under Features, News, Reviews, Student Life, Top Stories

The legendary Australian rock band, AC/DC, announced their North American leg of their 'Rock or Bust' tour today. The band will visit America on this tour early next year. 'Rock or Bust' has been compacted with many surprises. During the first run of 'Rock or Bust', Chris Slade returned to the band....

The Pride of Bixby’s Showcase Night

The Pride of Bixby’s Showcase Night

Caitlynn Brown

October 29, 2015


Filed under A&E, Fine Arts, News, Pride of Bixby, Student Life, Top Stories

Tonight at 7, the Pride of Bixby will be doing their last showcase of the year with there show titled "Propaganda." The show itself is about a nation who rises from the ashes to become the ultimate society, except that is almost utterly impossible to do. So things begin to morph into a military-like...

Slide the City!

Slide the City!

Caitlynn Brown, SPN Reporter

August 28, 2015


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Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Well, look no further! There is something you can do... Slide the City! Slide the City is a fun alternative to running a themed 5K such as the Color Run. It's a 1000 ft slide that runs through Tulsa at 1500 S Main. The prices begin at $25 till the...

Bixby Public Schools is tobacco-free

Bixby Public Schools is tobacco-free

August 20, 2015


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In May, Governor Mary Fallin signed House Bill 1685 requiring all Oklahoma schools to be tobacco-free. The bill is known as the "24/7 Tobacco-Free Schools Act". Tobacco use of any kind will not be allowed on Bixby Public School grounds and the use of a tobacco product will also be prohibited in school...

Jostens Kicks Off National “The Harbor” Tour with Youth Motivational Speaker Mike Smith

Jostens Kicks Off National “The Harbor” Tour with Youth Motivational Speaker Mike Smith

August 6, 2015


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Jostens, a company providing yearbooks and class rings for various high schools and colleges, kicked off The Harbor Back to School Tour today at Bixby High School. The Harbor Back to School Tour introduces The Harbor by Jostens, a new weekly online video series that builds character in students and...

Bixby graduate inspired by Edith Gaylord Harper’s legacy

Bixby graduate inspired by Edith Gaylord Harper’s legacy

Dee Harris, Director of Communication

August 1, 2015


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The sixth word in Edith Gaylord Harper’s 2001 obituary was "newswoman" which isn't surprising, having been born to E.K. Gaylord, past editor and publisher of The Daily Oklahoman and Oklahoma City Times. A member of the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame, Harper touched the lives of thousands of O...

Tulsa World’s Q&A with Bryan Lee

Tulsa World’s Q&A with Bryan Lee

July 29, 2015


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By JOHN RITTENOURE Tulsa World Correspondent Swimming in his final state meet this past February, Bixby senior Bryan Lee just missed a championship in the 100-yard backstroke, finishing second behind James Dyer of Norman North. Lee also swam the 200 individual medley, and placed fifth. On Monday, Lee provided...

Bixby Public Schools partners with InfoSnap to simplify student registration with an innovative online solution

Bixby Public Schools partners with InfoSnap to simplify student registration with an innovative online solution

July 23, 2015


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Bixby Public Schools will move its student registration process online with a customized and efficient solution from InfoSnap. This solution will streamline data collection for new and annual student registration, improving business processes for administrative staff. InfoSnap’s award winning PowerSchool...

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