End of Year 2020

The 2019-2020 school year has come to a close. 

As we published in the Parent/Student Guides at the outset of Distance Learning, all student grades for the spring semester will not drop below what was earned prior to the mandated closure of all schools due to the pandemic. A student’s grade may rise, but it will not fall.

Below is information you need to know regarding the return of school-issued devices and library books, yearbook orders, picking up personal items, summer programs, and summer meals.  

DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONAL ITEMS AND RETURN OF SCHOOL PROPERTY

Personal items were distributed during the week of May 11 at our schools. If these days did not work for your schedule, please call your student’s school to make an appointment.

Parents, we encourage you to gather any district items that have been checked out to your student this year, including Chromebooks, textbooks, library books, musical instruments*, calculators, fundraising items, and/or payments. On the same day, unless noted, you drive-thru to pick up your student’s belongings, we ask that you return the items that belong to the school.

RETURNING CHROMEBOOKS AND LIBRARY BOOKS

Student Chromebooks and chargers should be returned to the Washington Administrative Center. Prior to dropping off the Chromebooks, please follow these procedures.

1. Make sure all Chromebooks are fully charged.
2. If the student name sticker is missing from the Chromebook, place a piece of paper between the keyboard and screen with the student’s first and last name.
3. If any repairs need to be done before August, place a piece of paper between the keyboard and screen with a brief description of the issue (Example: missing keys, broken screen, etc.)
4. Place all Chromebooks, chargers, and library books inside a plastic trash bag for ease of return. Plastic trash bags will be available at the drop-off location if you do not have one.

The Washington Administrative Center is located at 511 E. Lee Ave. The building will be open to the public Monday through Thursday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. It is open until 2 p.m. on Fridays. There is no need to call ahead.

You may return any school-owned library books at that same time. Students in 9th through 12th grades who have enrolled in Summer School should keep their devices until the completion of their courses.

YEARBOOKS - Each school negotiates its own yearbook contract. Please see the details below.

Freedom Elementary
Yearbooks will be distributed in the fall.

Holmes Park
Yearbooks have not arrived. Holmes Park staff will communicate to parents when they are available for pickup.

Jefferson Heights
Yearbooks will be distributed in the fall.

Liberty STEM
The yearbooks have arrived and distribution has begun. Please call the school at 918-224-1492 to arrange a time to pick yours up.

Sapulpa Middle School
The yearbooks are in and will be distributed during the week of May 11 through 14 during curbside pickup and drop-off service. Please call the school at 918-224-8441 to arrange a time to pick yours up.

Sapulpa Junior High
The yearbooks arrived in early June. Pickup will be at the  Junior High main entrance on June 4 between noon and 4 p.m. Staff will also distribute the certificates to the students who were recognized as Outstanding Student Awards winners by teachers.

Bartlett Academy
Depending on your student’s grade, please refer to the details for the Junior High and High School.

Sapulpa High School
The yearbooks will be handed out on Wednesday, June 10 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the high school. Pull up to the Auditorium entrance to receive your annual.

SUMMER PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

Please visit our Summer Programs page for more information and details. This page will also include information about activities in which the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association is the governing body.

MEALS FOR STUDENTS

Curbside pickup service will continue through June 30, when the service will close through July 7. On July 8, meals will be available for students in the Holmes Park cafeteria through July 31. Students must be present for these meals.

If there is a change to the meal service plan due to the limits on gatherings and social distancing we will make an announcement.

2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

Sapulpa Public Schools is planning for a traditional start to school in August. Our students’ first day in the classrooms will be Aug. 20. Please review the 2020-2021 school year calendar here. We plan to resume all school-related activities including fine arts, athletics, etc. at this same time. However, the district will also have plans prepared in the event in-classroom instruction is halted due to the pandemic. Our goal is to ensure your child receives the highest quality of instruction regardless of the location.
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