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Skiatook High School moves to distance learning after 4 students test positive for COVID-19, 120 students quarantined

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Posted at 2:17 PM, Oct 23, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-24 00:10:32-04

TULSA, Okla. — Skiatook High School moves to distance learning after four students test positive for COVID-19.

Officials said due to the four positive cases, eight staff members and 120 students are also in quarantine at this time.

The school is moving to distance learning for two weeks, starting Monday, Oct. 26 through Friday, Nov. 6.

Officials said students will be required to log into their Google Classrooms each day to for all classes. If a student does not have internet, the school will provide a paper packet.

District officials said all students who are not in quarantine are allowed to participate in extracurricular activities. Prior to the activities, students will have their temperature checked and must complete a COVID-19 questionnaire.

CLICK HERE for more information from Skiatook Public Schools on their move to distance learning due to positive coronavirus cases.

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