Subscriber Exclusive—Updates from Count Commissioners, Board of Education and Kellyville Town Hall are included in this week’s County Notebook!
The SPS Board of Education unanimously approved awarding architectural services related to the design, bidding, and construction of the new Junior/Senior High School project at last week’s BOE meeting.
Subscriber-Exclusive: County Employees to enter a grant-writing class, SPS accepts a $233,465 donation, and East Central Oklahoma Electric Co-Op is planning to bring fiber to some homes in Bristow.
John Mark Young, who grew up in Sapulpa schools, appeared before the Sapulpa Board of Education to request the naming of the new JROTC building.
“We need to invest our ARPA money, and not just spend it. Teaching these kids to read well, that’s the gift we need them to leave with.”
A packed crowd showed up to Monday night’s Board of Education Meeting at the Chuck West Field House in Bristow as multiple parents spoke up about a growing concern for the material that the school reportedly has in its libraries.
Several nearby school districts have implemented indoor masking requirements, but an attempt to impose a similar requirement at Sapulpa was struck down at Tuesday’s BOE meeting.
Plus, boys and girls basketball teams advance to state!
The first meeting of the Sapulpa School Board of Education in 2021 was highlighted by recognitions, approval of the Bartlett Foundation grants, and a mid-year financial update.
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.