Sapulpa Schools to continue Distance Learning on Friday, February 25th


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Sapulpa Schools will remain in Distance Learning for the third straight day after sub-freezing temperatures brought on by a winter storm have continued to make travel hazardous.

The area is still thawing out after an unusual amount of sleet hit the state on Wednesday, prompting weather officials to advise residents to stay home unless necessary. The frigid temperatures have kept the ice and snow from melting, have caused trash delays, and forced many of Sapulpa’s businesses to remain closed.

School officials say the students will return to class on Monday, when much warmer weather returns, and by Friday of next week, we’ll see temperatures in the mid-70s.

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See the full but short statement from Sapulpa Schools below.

Due to below-freezing temperatures and slick road conditions, Sapulpa Public Schools will continue Distance Learning on Friday, February 25, for all students at all school sites. We return to in-person learning on Monday, February 28.

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