Pryor High School moves to online learning for remainder of week due to increased covid cases

VIDEO: Pryor High School moves to online learning after covid cases increase

PRYOR, Okla. — Pryor Superintendent Don Raleigh says the district is moving Pryor High School to online learning Sept. 16-19 due to an increase in coronavirus cases in the district.

He says there have been six total COVID--19 cases in the district.

All students had chrome books to use.

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He says all practices, meetings and games will be canceled this week.

During the three days they are closed, he says there will be a deep sanitation of Pryor HS. He says they anticipated this happening at some point and were prepared for it. He says the district went 25 days without a single COVID--19 case.