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For the week of March 1st, we will observe the health and safety protocols of the Orange 1 level.

The weekly color reflects the data issued by the Oklahoma State Department of Health's COVID-19 Alert System. These weekly reports reflect Creek County's risk level based on cases per 100,000 people and provide guidance depending on the current level of risk. The goal and expectation of Sapulpa Public Schools is that instruction will take place in person until it cannot according to the most recent map updated by OSDH. The levels are:
  • Green - COVID-19 positive cases are presently at a manageable level. There are general guidelines to follow, but there is no requirement to wear face coverings in schools.
  • Yellow - PreK and K students are recommended to wear face coverings. Students in grades 1 - 12, all staff, and school visitors are required to wear coverings. Face coverings may be removed at the discretion of the teacher if social distancing can be met in the classroom.
  • Orange 1 - Face coverings are required for everyone. The district will use strategies to social distancing for in-person learning or transition to Distance Learning in consultation with county and state health officials to reduce the number of individuals in school buildings. No extracurricular activities are permitted unless social distancing can be observed.
  • Orange 2 - Face coverings are required for everyone. The district will use strategies to social distancing for in-person learning or transition to Distance Learning or alternative schedules in consultation with county and state health officials to reduce the number of individuals in school buildings until community transmission declines. Up to 50 percent of students may be in the buildings if in Distance Learning. Special Education students will be served first, followed by others. No extracurricular activities are permitted unless social distancing can be observed.
  • Red - Face coverings are required for everyone. The district will utilize strategies to social distance for in-person learning or transition to distance learning or carefully managed alternative schedules in consultation with county and state health department officials to reduce the number of individuals in school buildings until community transmission declines. Factors like state, county, city, and zip code new and active cases can be considered to determine community transmission trends. School site, district staffing rates, attendance rates etc. can also be considered to determine if the district or a particular school site remains open, transitions to distance learning or a carefully managed alternative schedule. If the community transmission rates are declining then the district may continue in-person learning. Up to 25 percent of students may be in the buildings if the district transitions to Distance Learning. Special Education students will be served first, followed by others. No extracurricular activities are permitted unless social distancing can be observed.
Read our complete Return to Learn Plan here.
 
PAST WEEKS:
Feb. 22nd: Orange 1
Feb. 15th: Orange 2
Feb. 8th: Red
Feb. 1st: Red
Jan. 25th: Red
Jan. 18th: Red
Jan. 11th: Red
Jan. 4th: Red
Dec. 28th: Red
Dec. 21st: Red
Dec. 14th: Red
Dec. 7th: Orange 2
Nov. 30th: Red
Nov. 23rd: Red
Nov. 16th: Orange 2
Nov. 9th: Orange 1
Nov. 2nd: Orange 1
Oct. 26th: Orange 1
Oct. 19th: Orange 1
Oct. 12th: Orange 1
Oct. 5th: Orange 1
Sept. 28th: Orange 1
Sept. 21st: Orange 1
Sept. 14th: Orange 1
Sept. 7th: Yellow
Aug. 31st: Yellow
Aug. 24th: Yellow
Aug. 17th: Orange 1
Aug. 10th: Yellow
Aug. 3rd: Orange 1
July 27th: Yellow
July 20th: Yellow 
July 13th: Yellow











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