SKIATOOK, Okla. — Skiatook Public Schools is moving to distance learning from Nov. 16 through 20, according to the district's Facebook page.
Students will be on Thanksgiving break from Nov. 23 through Nov. 27th. All students will return to in-person learning on Nov. 30th.
District officials said the decision to move to distance learning is due to the current amount of positive coronavirus cases in the schools, and the number of staff and students quarantined due to close contact.
Below is a breakdown of the numbers provided by Superintendent Rick Thomas:
Skiatook High School - 6 people tested positive for COVID-19, 9 staff and 27 students in quarantine
Newman Middle School - 2 people tested positive for COVID-19, 10 staff and 49 students in quarantine
Skiatook Intermediate Elementary - 6 people tested positive for COVID-19, 6 staff and 79 students in quarantine
Skiatook Elementary - 0 people tested positive for COVID-19, 5 staff and 10 students in quarantine
Marrs Elementary - 4 people tested positive for COVID-19, 6 staff and 50 students in quarantine
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