Teaching and Learning

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The Teaching and Learning Department works closely with Informational Technology, Special Services, principals, and teachers, as well as the Oklahoma State Department of Education, to provide the very best educational strategies, enrichment, intervention and materials needed for Sapulpa Public Schools students.

Beginning with the 2016-17 school year all 3rd through 8th-grade students are assigned individual Chromebooks as part of our 1:1 Chromebook Initiative to use the digital curriculum in the areas of Social Studies (6-12), Science (4-12) and English Language Arts (3-12).

We use [email protected] as our Learning Management System. Every feature built into it was developed to empower the connection between teachers and students.

This transition has been moving forward since the community passed a bond initiative in 2014 to provide many improvements for the district, of which digital curriculum and individual devices were included.

The Oklahoma School Testing Program for grades 3 through 8 has been linked with The Lexile Framework for Reading. The Lexile scale helps measure a text's complexity and the reader's ability to comprehend the material.

The state has set expectations for what students should know and be able to do by the end of the school year. The goal is that all students be college and career ready upon graduation from high school. The Oklahoma Academic Standards include the areas of English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and many more.


Donia Doudican, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning
Julie Enlow, Elementary Instructional Coach
Stephanie Kiesau, Secondary Instructional Coach
Amy Riff, Digital Curriculum Coordinator
Megan Cannon, STEM Coordinator
Bryan Warren, Sapulpa Virtual Academy Coordinator (secondary)
Joelle Smith, Sapulpa Virtual Academy Coordinator (elementary)

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