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Increased Enrollment Has BA School Leaders Discussing Later Start Time

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BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma -

Broken Arrow school leaders want to change school start times next year to accommodate bus scheduling.

They said the growth in enrollment is prompting the decision.

The district is looking at research on the times of day when children and teens are more focused on their work and will take that into account.

Parents can give their opinions starting Monday.

BA schools will offer an online survey on its website.

Once all the data is in, a group of parents, teachers and staff will make a recommendation for the new start times.

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