Elementary School

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Bluejacket Elementary School!

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Title I - Parent & Family Engagement School Policy


2022-2023 Updated Student Handbook


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Daily Schedule

A day in the Life.......​

  • 7:40-8:05 Breakfast in the cafeteria

  • 9:14-10:14 3-5 (STEAM,PE)

  • 10:25-11:20 Elementary Lunch

  • 1:16-2:16 K-2 (STEAM ,PE)

  • 3:10 School dismissal bell for Elementary

OEQA School Profile

2017 Bluejacket Elementary School Profile from the Office of Educational Quality and Accountability.

Any questions regarding this information, feel free to contact building principal or superintendent.

Elementary Daily Student Websites

More and More our educational focus has been leading us to life after public school. Yes, even at the elementary level! The famous question asked by every elementary teacher to every elementary student: "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Our question as educators, how do they know what they want to be if they have not been exposed to career development ideas in their formative years!

These lessons linked above are designed as activities that can be used in the classroom to help with student career development. Each activity contains the National Career Development Guideline that it meets, the intended grade level and relevant school subject area.

One of our goals at Bluejacket Elementary is to help students achieve everything they dream of and even more! Career development is just another part of our educational system and offerings we provide for elementary through high school. "What do Bluejacket Students want to be when they grow up?" answer: Anything they want to be!!!

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TITLE I Information:

Bluejacket Elementary School is a Title-I site and receives federal funding to help aid our students in their education. Volunteers are always welcome to be a part of our program! Your input is valuable and we can always use the volunteer help. We participate in various Family Engagement Activities throughout the school year. Click on the Policy GPFEP-S link for more information on how to get involved.

Look for various handouts throughout the school year in your student's Tuesday Folder. We believe communication is key and we want everyone to be a part of our educational family. Always feel free to reach out to your child's teacher or Mrs. Rogers, Title I Director and Elementary Principal, for more information.

Student Transfer Information

Thank you for visiting our website to learn more about our student transfer policy. We appreciate your interest in Bluejacket Public School. BPS makes decisions about student transfers in accordance with district policy and state law. You can view our comprehensive district policy below.

  • The state Department of Education requires that the following form be completed to apply for a transfer: Student Transfer Form. Parents who need access to technology to print or complete the form, or those wishing to fill out a paper copy at the Central or MS/HS Main Office @ 276 NE Third Street, Bluejacket.

  • Bluejacket Public School will begin accepting transfer applications for the 2022-23 school year on May 1, 2022. Decisions about transfers for the 2022-23 school year will be made after July 1, 2022, once capacity data has been determined for each grade level and site within the school district. We will contact parents directly about the approval status of their child’s transfer.

  • Mid-year transfer requests will be considered within 10 days of the district receiving the application.

  • New transfers are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Students who attended the district on a transfer during the 2021-22 school year will be automatically accepted pending approval from the district. The law also gives preference to children of active-duty military personnel.

  • To accept a transfer, enrollment in the grade the parent requests must be under the district-established capacity. The district’s capacity and vacancy numbers for each grade and school can be found below.

  • Transfers may be denied based on capacity, attendance and/or discipline issues.

  • Transfers for siblings must be considered separately.

  • If the grade a student requests is overcapacity, he/she will be offered the opportunity to be placed on a waiting list.

  • Transfer students must abide by eligibility requirements established by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA) for OSSAA-sanctioned activities.

  • If a transfer request is denied by the administration, the parent or legal guardian of the student may appeal the denial within ten (10) days of notification of denial to the Board of Education. The Board of Education shall consider the appeal at its next regularly scheduled board meeting if notice is provided prior to the statutory deadline for posting the agenda for the meeting. For more information on the appeal process, please review the district’s student transfer policy. BPS Policy FE

If you have any questions about the transfer process, please contact Supt. Shellie Baker @ 918-784-2365 or sbaker@bluejacket.k12.ok.us .

New Chieftain Student Transfer Law, effective January 1, 2022: The district will establish student capacity in each grade prior to January 1, April 1, July 1 & October 1 and post here on this Elementary Page and also on the Middle/High School Page.

Capacity has been set at 20 for each grade level.

When determining student transfers three components will be considered:

1. Capacity, 2. Discipline, 3. Attendance.

*Special Education student transfer requests and applications are separate from this new law. Click on this hyperlink for BPS Policy FEH. As of July 1, 2022 BPS special education department is at capacity.

Click on this hyperlink for transfer application.

Enrollment numbers as of 5/13/2022: