List Of Okla. School Districts Returning To Virtual Learning Due To Rise In COVID Cases


Friday, November 13th 2020, 12:21 pm
By: News 9


Some Oklahoma school districts have opted to return to virtual learning due to a continuous increase in state COVID-19 cases.

The latest risk level on the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s COVID Alert System has caused the Oklahoma State Department of Education to enter its red level category, meaning 50 or more cases per 100,000 people by county. 

The following is a list of districts moving to distance learning.

Cordell Public Schools: On Nov. 19, the school district said will transition to virtual learning until Monday, Dec. 7.

Edmond Public Schools: On Nov. 19, Edmond Public Schools said it will return to its in-person A/B schedule on Nov. 30. Students on Schedule A will return in person on Monday, Nov. 30. Students on Schedule B will return in person on Thursday, Dec. 3.

El Reno Public Schools: El Reno High School and Etta Dale Jr High transitions to distance learning beginning Friday, November 13 through Friday, November 20.

Enid Public Schools: EPS moves to distance learning from November 16-20.

Little Axe Public Schools: On Nov. 13, Little Axe Public Schools announced that it will transition to virtual instruction beginning Monday, Nov. 16 through Friday, Nov. 20 leading into Thanksgiving break. Meals will be offered via drive-thru option starting Tuesday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in front of the elementary school.

McLoud Public Schools: McLoud moves to distance learning from November 16-19.

Mustang Public Schools: The district announced that it will transition to distance learning beginning Monday, Nov. 16 through Friday, Dec. 4.

Oklahoma City Public Schools: 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.

Putnam City Schools: Putnam City Schools will take part in distance learning from November 16 through November 20.

Shattuck Public Schools: Shattuck Public Schools will move to distance learning from Nov. 18 to 30. All school activities will continue to take place. Breakfast and lunch will be served daily during learning. Parents and guardians are asked to call the child's school office by noon the day before for meals. Meals can be picked up from 8 to 8:30 a.m. for breakfast and 11:30 a.m. to noon for lunch at each school site.

Stillwater Public Schools: SPS will continue distance learning for the week of Nov. 23-24.

Yukon Public Schools: YPS moves to its continuous learning plan beginning Nov. 18. Nov. 16-17 will also be virtual learning days.

Updates will be added as more information becomes available.