Creek County is at 17.2 cases per 100,000 people, according to the state’s COVID-19 alert system. The decline from 22.0 on the week of October 22nd is a welcome change from a gradual increase that had affected Creek County since late September.
Sapulpa Public Schools says it will remain in Orange 1 through at least Nov. 6th. They ask that families continue to do their part to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19; wear a mask when around others, watch your distance, and wash your hands frequently.
As of Oct. 30, there are currently 13 positive cases (9 students, 3 teachers, 1 support employee) of COVID-19 at Sapulpa Public Schools. Each of those individuals has been instructed to isolate themselves from others. The individuals who have been identified as close contacts have been instructed to quarantine at home.
Nov. 3 is Election Day. If you have questions, go to the Voter Portal on the Oklahoma State Election Board website. Polls are open between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Nov. 4 is the Cross Country State Championship Meet. The girls and boys of Sapulpa Chieftains Cross Country qualified for state and will compete at Edmond Santa Fe High School. The Girls race at 10 a.m. and boys follow 45 minutes later.
Sapulpa Middle School Choir Virtual Fall Concert. Follow the middle school’s Facebook page to see the hard work the choir students and Mrs. Ensign have put in this year. Date and time to be announced.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture extended the free meals program through the end of the 2020-2021 school year. This means school meals will be provided free of charge to all students for the remainder of the school year. Extra portions and a la carte items are available for purchase.
Students who don’t have the internet at home may complete an application for a mobile hotspot at sapulpaps.org. The supply is limited and priority is given to students who qualify for free and reduced meal benefits.