Cushing Schools Back In Session Tuesday After Earthquake Cleanup
CUSHING, Oklahoma - Cushing Public Schools announced Monday that classes will go on as usual Tuesday following a Sunday night earthquake.
In on post on its Facebook page, the district said, “All of our buildings are safe, secure, and ready for students.”
The post also said there was no structural or utility damage at any of the campuses.
They did say there was some damage to ceiling tiles and tracks at Cushing Upper Elementary, but that maintenance worked to clean up the mess.
The district said any parent with concerns to Cushing Elementary is welcome to go to the building Tuesday.
Cushing schools were closed Monday to assess damage to the buildings following a 5.0 magnitude earthquake that centered there Sunday night.