Sequoyah Middle School Transitions To Distance Learning For 2 Weeks Due To COVID-19 Exposure


Wednesday, January 27th 2021, 9:30 am
By: News On 6


BROKEN ARROW, Okla. -

On Wednesday, another Broken Arrow school is shifting to distance learning due to COVID-19 exposure.

Broken Arrow Schools announced on Tuesday night in a Facebook post that Sequoyah Middle School students will start virtual learning on Wednesday for two weeks.

Sequoyah middle school is the latest Broken Arrow school to switch to distance learning because of the high COVID-19 exposure in the school. Last week four other schools in the district also switched.

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According to the Sequoyah Middle School website, there are currently more than 1,700 students and staff in quarantine.

According to the districts Facebook page, students will remain in virtual learning until February 8, but the school building will stay open during that time for any student who is not in mandatory quarantine and needs tutoring.

Lunches will be given out every day from noon to 1 p.m. for anyone who needs a meal.