New Pencil Box installation gives free school supplies to students in need

By Micah Choquette / October 28, 2019

The box, installed by Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, is supposed to be the first of eight, one at each Sapulpa School site.

Sapulpa students host Halloween activities

By Community Submission / October 24, 2019

Next week are multiple opportunities to take your kids out for school-related events, or even help students in need! Details inside.

Photos and Video: Watch as a Sapulpa Middle Schooler sees her brother for the first time in a year

By Micah Choquette / October 22, 2019

Austin Martin has just returned from a year of active military duty. His sister Tayber Belk hadn’t seen him until this morning.

Virtual Charter School Board verifies Epic is not following the law regarding enrollment reporting

By Community Submission / August 27, 2019

The state’s largest virtual charter school is currently under investigation for fraud and embezzlement.

Rumors of a student with a gun at Sapulpa Junior High result in confiscated airsoft pistol

By Micah Choquette / August 21, 2019

School administrators say they were able to get the situation resolved quickly.

Nature Knows Best: Thinking Outside The Lunch Box

By Brooke DeLong / August 16, 2019

Before long, packing a lunch for school will get boring and monotonous. Here are some ideas to keep them great and healthy! Includes a free recipe for Texas Caviar!

Meet Sapulpa’s newest teachers from each school

By Micah Choquette / August 13, 2019

See all the new teachers for the 2019-2020 school year and where they’ll be teaching.

Blue Card introduced for Sapulpa senior citizens

By Community Submission / August 5, 2019

What is the Blue Card? For those 65 and over, it’s a free pass into any schools-sponsored event.

Eric Maddox to speak at new school year assembly

By Community Submission / July 11, 2019

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.

In case you missed it: Sapulpa Graduation

By Micah Choquette / May 22, 2019

See a gallery of this year’s Sapulpa High Graduates, included ten valedictorians and seven salutatorians. Watch the speech given by

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