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Sapulpa Public Schools pushes start of school year to Aug. 24

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Posted at 10:06 AM, Jul 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-14 16:38:46-04

SAPULPA — Sapulpa Public Schools is providing a choice from three learning options for the 2020-21 school year.

Sapulpa Public Schools announced August 14th that the first day of school is moving from August 20 to August 24. Students will have three 'instruction' options: traditional, virtual and hybrid.

Officials said students will automatically be enrolled into the traditional instruction option unless parents inform the district of otherwise.

READ MORE on Sapulpa Public Schools safety protocols and FAQs for the 2020-21 school year

Below are the three instruction option details:

TRADITIONAL INSTRUCTION

  • High-quality instruction
  • Access to highly qualified, certified teachers
  • Access to counselors
  • 24/7 access to grades in PowerSchool
  • Participation in school extracurricular activities
  • School-issued device provided
  • Access to campus services
  • In-classroom experience
  • Online and in-person instruction
  • All grades

VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION

  • High-quality instruction
  • Access to highly qualified, certified teachers
  • Access to counselors
  • 24/7 access to grades in PowerSchool
  • Participation in school extracurricular activities
  • School-issued device provided
  • Access to campus services
  • Remote experience
  • Online instruction
  • Access to Virtual Lab
  • K - 12th grades

HYBRID INSTRUCTION

  • High-quality instruction
  • Access to highly qualified, certified teachers
  • Access to counselors
  • 24/7 access to grades in PowerSchool
  • Participation in school extracurricular activities
  • School-issued device provided
  • Access to campus services
  • In-classroom and remote experience
  • Online and in-person instruction
  • Concurrent enrollment opportunity with TCC and Central Tech
  • 8th - 12th grades

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