Education issues in Oklahoma City


It’s official – OKCPS bringing Pre-K, Kindergarten back to school Oct 19

Oklahoma City Public Schools Supt Sean McDaniel announced Pre-K and Kindergarten students will return to the classroom starting Mon, Oct. 19.
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OKCPS Return to Campus plan resumes with new infection-level trigger

Oklahoma City Public Schools will continue its plan for youngest students to come back October 19 and the rest of the student body November 9.

OKCPS finally discloses COVID numbers after weeks of stonewalling

OKCPS will start releasing COVID infection numbers of district staff and students weekly representing a reversal of its previous stance.

All OKCPS athletic activities suspended due to rising COVID infections

Friday Oklahoma City Public Schools announced new rules for contact between students, teachers as COVID infections reached Orange Level 2.

OKCPS shifts plan – youngest students return to buildings in October

Superintendent Sean McDaniel announced that Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be returning to campus October 19.
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Big traffic changes at Classen and 5th could result if OKCPS has its way

The Board of Ed for Oklahoma City Public Schools will vote on a resolution Monday night asking the City to permanently close a nearby street.
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OKCPS poised to launch historic all-virtual school start Monday

Oklahoma City Public Schools will begin the first ever all-virtual school start Monday with fewer students and financial strains.

OKCPS adopts new student, teacher policies for virtual school realities

The OKCPS Board of Ed adopted revised student and teacher policies reflecting realities of doing an all-virtual start for the school year

Oklahoma Board of Education makes COVID-19 plan a “recommendation”

Four Oklahoma State Board of Education members rejected the compulsory parts of a plan providing a uniform statewide response in schools to COVID-19.

OKCPS — New all-virtual start date, more temporary authority for supt

The Board of Ed for Oklahoma City Public Schools met Tuesday to address the ever-changing situation of COVID-19 beginning to run amok in Oklahoma.