Okmulgee High School switches to distance learning following multiple COVID-19 cases

Okmulgee High School switches to distance learning following multiple COVID-19 cases
Okmulgee working on plan for new school year

OKMULGEE, Okla. — Okmulgee Public Schools announced Monday Okmulgee High School will switch to distance learning for two weeks following multiple confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Renee Dove, Okmulgee Public Schools superintendent said in a letter all students, parents of students and employees who had direct contact with the positive cases have been notified and are asked to self-isolate.

All after school activities and athletics for Okmulgee High School students, including practices are canceled through Sept. 15, Dove said.

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Students who receive meals through the child nutrition program will get meals delivered through bus routes.

Classes at the high school will resume Sept. 15.