TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Tahlequah Public Schools announced they are moving all students to distance learning, starting Nov. 16.
According to the district's website, the Oklahoma State Department of Education identified Cherokee County as a "Red" county. OSDE recommends schools in "Red" counties move to full-time distance learning.
The district said students will remain in distance learning from Nov. 16 through Nov. 20. The next week students will be out of school for Thanksgiving Break.
We are also seeing increased numbers in our staff and students, so we have decided to move ALL students to distance/virtual learning starting Monday, November 16 through November 20. All students are out the following week for Thanksgiving break.
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