OKCPS Goes Back To Remote Learning For Remainder Of The Semester


Friday, November 13th 2020, 11:38 am
By: News 9


OKCPS is going back to virtual learning after the increase of positive cases in Oklahoma County, the district said Friday.

OKCPS will move back to full-time remote learning starting Monday, Nov. 16 and will remain in remote learning through the end of the first semester, which ends on Dec. 18.

The increase in positive cases in Oklahoma County moved the district into the Oklahoma State Department of Education's Red Alert Level. The data from the state health department indicates the cases per 100,000 for Oklahoma County are 67.3 for this week compared to 30.4 last week.

Students participating in the tradition remote learning program will transition back to their remote learning schedule.

Students participating in e3 Online Learning will continue their self-paced learning and check-ins with OKCPS mentor teachers.

OKCPS has made the decision to suspend in-person learning for special education self-contained and ED classes until further notice. If these families have questions, call 405-587-0447 or email specialeducation@okcps.org.

OKCPS will allow for the completion of fall outdoor athletic events. Winter athletics are postponed immediately and until further notice.

All 90-minute co-curricular activities are canceled until further notice.

Visitation to any OKCPS building will be by appointment only for students, families and visitors. Please reach out to your child's school via phone or email to make arrangements.

OKCPS meal service will continue to as a drive-thru option only at all school sites from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Click here for more on meal services.

Click here for the full letter from OKCPS about the transition back to remote learning.