From the Desk of Cheyenne Superintendent Robert Trammell

The state Board of Education voted to close all Oklahoma schools, effective immediately, until at least April 6 in an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19. There will be no school activities during this time. CPS facilities are closed until further notice. Oklahoma schools are not expected to be required to make-up the missed days. At this time, schools have been instructed by the state Department of Education not to provide online, home-based or distance learning for students. There will also be no Teacher Professional Development, Conferences, or grades taken. We will be developing a plan for child nutrition…

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First Day of School

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Memorial

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Showing

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Showing

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