Board of Education
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.
Assistant Superintendent says Sapulpa Schools is “light years ahead” on virtual learning.
Sapulpa Board of Education looks at options regarding in-person vs virtual school, and gauges the reaction from students regarding extra-curricular activities.
The sale of the GO Bond on Tuesday is one part of the series of projects in the LR Bond approved by voters and will not generate any new taxes.
Maddox is most famously known for the interrogation that lead to the operation code-named “Red Dawn,” that lead to the capture and execution of former President of Iraq Saddam Hussein in 2003.
The most important item on the agenda was the reorganization of the School Board. Larry Hoover was nominated as President, and outgoing president Melinda Ryan was approved as 1st Vice President, taking over for Steve McCormick. Wayne Richards remained as 2nd Vice President after a motion and approval.
Special attention was called to Sapulpa’s nurse shortage, of which for the suggested five full-time nurses, Sapulpa only has two, and one part-time.
BOE Attendees heard from Representatives Mark Lawson and Kyle Hilbert, and discussed everything from virtual charter schools to personnel matters