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Bristow E-Sports Team Wins 3rd!

The Bristow Esports team competed against many other schools across the state at the OESL playoffs on Saturday April 3rd. They competed in two separate playoffs for the games Rocket League and the game Overwatch. They received a school trophy and individual medals for 3rd place in Overwatch. As a team, they would like to give a shout-out to Bristow Crossfit for sponsorship at the playoffs and an additional shout-out to the Hallman's for creating the team shirts.
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Bristow Public School's Teacher of the Year Announced

Bristow Public Schools is proud to announce our Teacher of the Year, middle school educator Lauren Vandever. Site teachers of the year are: Edison-Kim Shockley, Collins-Jan Hays, and high school-Ashley Jacobs. Click to learn about what makes each one an incredible educator!
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Pre-K Enrollment!

The time is near for Pre-K Enrollment for the 2021/22 school year!  Whether you have been eagerly awaiting this time or dreading it, the time to enroll your little one in Pre-K for the 2021-2022 school year is here!

Ellipsis Jetpack Hotspots

If you have an Ellipsis Jetpack Hotspot checked out from the school, please make sure you remove the battery from the hotspot if you are using the device plugged into an electrical outlet.  The battery can be recharged while plugged in so that it is portable but if you are leaving the hotspot plugged in for extended periods it is best to remove the battery.  Please place the battery with the box that the hotspot came in so it can be checked back in at the end of the school year.

From Bristow Public Schools Superintendent, Curtis Shelton

Please click the link to learn more about our boxed meal program which will begin January 4, 2021. Each box will contain 7 days worth of breakfast and lunch. Details of pick-up times and locations can be found in the link as well.

Winter Sports Protocol

As we begin our winter sports season, please take a moment to review our protocols as we make safety our number one priority while still allowing school life and extracurricular activities to remain as normal as possible. It takes everyone working together to achieve this. Please click the link above to review the policies to adhere to when attending winter sport activities.
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Weekend Feeding Program Continues

Our school year is off to a great start and we are excited to have students back on campus. The impact of COVID is being felt by all of us. Feeding students, while away from school, is a concern that we want to help ease. The USDA has approved some waivers for options of non-traditional food service and one of those options allows us to send food home with your child for the weekend at no cost to you. Bristow Public Schools will participate in the weekend food service. We will start providing this service beginning Thursday, October 1, 2020. This will not be available long term, but we want to offer the additional food as long as it is available to us on the waiver. You do not need to sign up, your child is automatically enrolled. If you have any questions or concerns about the weekend meals, please contact Krista Burden or Leisa Hallman at 918-367-5555.


Our Mission

Believing that all students can learn, Bristow Public Schools shares with parents, students, and the community the responsibility of educating our youth to assure that all students make a smooth transition from school to life.