Okeechobee County Schools' COVID-19 Update

Posted 4/12/21

The Okeechobee County Schools' COVID dashboard reports no new exclusions this week.

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Okeechobee County Schools' COVID-19 Update


Okeechobee County Schools' COVID-19 update:

OKEECHOBEE — According to the Okeechobee County Schools' COVID-19 Dashboard, no students and or staff members were excluded from in-person instruction in Okeechobee County Schools due to possible COVID-19 contact between Sunday, April 4 and Saturday, April 10,

• Yearling Middle School-0
• South Elementary School-0
• Osceola Middle School-0
• Okeechobee Virtual School-0
• Okeechobee High School-0
• Okeechobee Freshman Campus-0
• Okeechobee Achievement Academy-0
• North Elementary School-0
• Central Elementary School-0
• Seminole Elementary School-0
• Everglades Elementary School-0
• District staff- 0

Since school began on August 19, 2020, 2,206 exclusions have been reported.

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