What’s better than one student being recognized for his or her values? Two students of course!
Creek County Students Submit Poems to Win Cash Prizes and College Course at TCC
See the fantastic process these girls went through to deliver the two newest school supplies boxes to Holmes Park and the Freedom Elementary!
It’s been a year in which you wouldn’t get much argument if all teachers were labeled as a Teacher of the Year. Nevertheless, here are the individuals who have been recognized by their peers for the honor.
On Friday, Sapulpa High School students heard from retired Marine Corps Capt. Randy Norfleet about his survival and recovery following the OKC Bombing in 1995.
Do you want to know the trick to captivating the attention of second-graders? We’ll give you a hint: it’s round and sweet, and sometimes, there are sprinkles.
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.
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.
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 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.