The Make Sense Foundation® Supports Sapulpa High Marine Corps

April 8, 2021

Earlier in March, representatives from the Make Sense Foundation and SeneGence presented a $5,000 donation towards the building a new drill facility for the JROTC program.

Central Tech holds successful vaccination pod with Creek County Health Department

March 22, 2021

700 people received their first or second Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination shot on Tuesday, March 16th at Central Tech’s Sapulpa campus vaccination pod, the third of many pods to be held there on Tuesdays now through August.

Lady Chieftains are heading for the state championship! Here’s how to get tickets for tonight’s game

March 13, 2021

Tonight, the Sapulpa Lady Chieftains are going for the gold ball as they face off against Tahlequah Tigers at the ORU Mabee Center at 5:30 pm tonight.

Sapulpa High School’s “Songs for a new world” musical opens this week

March 3, 2021

Sapulpa High School vocal music and theater students will present “Songs for a New World” beginning Thursday at Shaw Auditorium. The musical is a song cycle that features a series of character songs that are united by a similar theme.

Sapulpa Schools bonds pass, here’s what they’ll be used for

March 3, 2021

The bonds, which passed yesterday, are not projected to increase taxes based on the assessed property valuations and taxation over the past three years.

Sapulpa voters to decide $1.6 million School Bond issue

March 1, 2021

Tuesday’s special Election calls for a vote on two School Bond propositions issued by Sapulpa Public Schools. See details inside.

COVID vaccine available for SPS employees

February 22, 2021

The district has partnered with Med-World Pharmacy to deliver vaccines to its employees on Thursday, Feb. 25, and Friday, Feb. 26.

Tim Holt to take over Sapulpa Chieftains Football

February 22, 2021

Holt led the Coweta Tigers to the playoffs for three straight years while earning the 2017 5A-III District Coach of the Year award.

Sapulpa Public Schools will continue Distance Learning through Wednesday

February 15, 2021

Due to dangerously low temperatures and wind chills combined with hazardous road and parking lot conditions, Sapulpa Public Schools will continue with Distance Learning on Tuesday, Feb. 16, and Wednesday, Feb. 17.

CDC announces updated guidelines for reopening schools

February 15, 2021

“The science also shows us that K-12 [primary and secondary] schools that have implemented strict mitigation strategies have been able to safely open for in-person instruction and remain open.”