Oologah Lower Elementary second grade student Sophia Laubach works on her class assignment from her teacher Mrs. Inks. Sophia and her classmates will continue to work from home until May 8, when school is out for the summer. Students in the Lower Elementary are receiving packets that contain worksheets and suggestions that can help them maintain what they were learning before Spring break.
“Your teachers are missing you and want to say ‘Hi’, but of course, from a distance,” said Superintendent Max Tanner. “Our faculty will do a parade around the school district on Thursday, April 9, so they can honk and wave to the students throughout the district.”
The Cherokee Nation has distributed more than 1,500 food packages to help more than 4,000 elderly and disabled Cherokees have plenty of food as they stay indoors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fund for Teachers has announced that three Rogers County teachers are among 37 Oklahoma PreK through 12th-grade teachers to been selected for grants totaling more than $132,000 for selfdesigned professional development opportunities in locations around the world.
In an effort to prepare for medical surge and prolonged response to CO- VID-19 in the state, the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps (OKMRC) is recruiting volunteers to serve in medical and nonmedical positions.
A Broken Arrow man was taken to a local hospital over the weekend, after the motorcycle he was driving struck a concrete barrier in Catoosa.
“Your teachers are missing you and want to say ‘Hi’, but of cours
As of Saturday, April 4, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases exceeded 1,000, by more than 100, with a total of 1,159 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.