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Tutorial to Access Lesson Plans for Distance Learning

As we transition to distance learning next week, students and parents can access weekly lessons by visiting www.bristow.k12.ok.us. From the home page, scroll to the “Lesson Plans” tab located halfway down the page and on the right. On the next screen, choose the site your child attends. Next, choose your child’s teacher. From there you can access the directions and resources. Concentrate on the core subjects; English, math, science, or social studies. Other subjects such as art, music, P.E., and others will have resources that you can also participate in at your discretion. Please note that teachers have been working very hard to transition from a traditional to a distance setting. Everyone’s lessons may not be ready right now but they will be by Monday morning at the latest.

If you have any questions, please contact your child’s teacher. We will be reaching out to contact each of you on a weekly basis as well. If you need technical help you may contact Michelle Henderson at 918.383.0832.

A video tutorial is available here as well.
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Important Links

Visit our links to access updates on COVD-19 as well as other important links including AR Home Connect, High School Flex, bond issues, and other pertinent information.
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Senior Quotes Requested

All Bristow High School seniors are asked to leave their senior quote for the yearbook. Please use the form for submission. You must use your school email in order to access the form.
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AR Home Connect

Please use this website link to access Accelerated Reader at home for parents that have children in Edison or Collins. From this site you can see how your child is doing and set up email notifications when tests are taken.
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High School Flex

Bristow Public Schools has implemented a flex period in which students work on building character, exploring career paths, and increase their academic success. Below are links to several of the tools we are using to help students accomplish this goal.
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