TULSA, Okla. — The Statewide Virtual Charter Schools Board voted Monday to settle with Epic's One-on-One Charter and not proceed with a termination hearing on its contract.
The board had previously voted to terminate the state's contract with Epic after a state auditors report found excessive administrative spending and inaccuracies in cost accounting.
In an email to families and staff, Epic said, "this means there is no longer any threat of the school not being able to serve families for next year … and many years to come."
- OSDH resumes administering Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines in Oklahoma
- DOWNLOAD the 2 Works for You app for alerts
- West Tulsa neighborhood goes without streetlight, concerned about dangerous problems for months
- FOLLOW 2 Works for You on Facebook
- 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre documentary produced by NBA star Russell Westbrook airs next month
Stay in touch with us anytime, anywhere --