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Epic Superintendent, Bart Banfield, sent an email to parents immediately following the meeting, assuring them that the school would continue to operate as usual for the remainder of the year.
The Sapulpa Board of Education approved a handful of changes to the “Return to Learn” plan, as well as a “virtual practice day” after Fall Break. Details inside.
The Oklahoma State Department of Education held a special meeting on Monday, October 12 to address the audit report of Epic Charter Schools released October 1 by State Auditor & Inspector (SA&I) Cindy Byrd.
The long-discussed change goes into effect in 2021. Plus, three more medical-marijuana facilities are approved.
Sheriff Bret Bowling credited these outstanding recipients who were chosen from all 77 Oklahoma counties.
State auditor and inspector (SA&I) Cindy Byrd released the first of a two-part report of an audit done on Epic Charter Schools on Thursday. The special investigative audit came after a six-year investigation into the organization and their accounting practices and concluded that millions of dollars of taxpayers’ money in the form of government appropriations […]
County Commissioners discussed the results of a recent 911 feasibility study, formally approved a CIRB plan for the county, and continued the emergency procedures in place at the courthouse for another week.
To be clear, it is still against school policy for any student to use, sell, be under the influence of, or be in possession of marijuana on school premises or at school-related activities.
Assistant Superintendent says Sapulpa Schools is “light years ahead” on virtual learning.
The Sapulpa Community Theatre opened their latest show last weekend with amended procedures to follow CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19. You can still catch the show this weekend if you call or click to reserve tickets.