The Oklahoma School for the Blind will release students tomorrow and transition to distance learning until Sept. 13, according to a statement.
Positive COVID cases and close contacts are responsible, Superintendent Rita Echelle said earlier today. Both teachers and students have tested positive and reported close contact with others who have tested positive.
The school’s statement:
To protect the health and safety of students and staff due to COVID-19 reports, Oklahoma School for the Blind will release students Wednesday afternoon, August 25, and begin distance learning classes Thursday, August 26, continuing until September 13.