BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Broken Arrow Public Schools' Technology Team is helping parents and the community by keeping track of daily COVID-19 cases by zip code on the district's website.
As the school year inches closer each day, BAPS has the safety and health of their students, teachers and staff at the forefront.
Parents can now log onto the Broken Arrow Public Schools website to access daily coronavirus cases by zip code, according to a BAPS press release.
By clicking on the icon marked “Current COVID-19 Data,” patrons can access the daily numbers either by ZIP code or city/county. The spreadsheets detail active cases, new cases and the seven-day average per 100,000 people in all six ZIP codes that encompass the Broken Arrow school district boundaries.
Not only can they track coronavirus cases in the area, they can also find the BAPS reentry plan and it's color-coded risk phases information on the site.
BAPS officials said the first day of school for grades K-12 is Sept. 3. Pre-K will begin on Sept. 8.
The district will be following the "orange phase" of their color-coded risk guidelines for the first nine weeks of the school year.
For more information on tracking COVID-19 cases in the BAPS district, click here.
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