OSDH Encourages Families to Think About Getting Ready for Back-to-School

OKLAHOMA CITY – As the summer winds down, the Oklahoma State Department of Health is reminding families to start thinking about records they may need to have before kids go back into the classroom.“Parents and caregivers may need to get documents like birth certificates or shot records for school,” said Erica Rankin-Riley, the public information officer for OSDH. “The sooner families start navigating the correct processes to obtain those documents, the better.”Birth certificates can be ordered online or by calling 877-817-7364.Requests from a parent named on the record are typically issued in two business days and arrive in the mail…

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Reydon High School students viewing the total eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024. Thank you to Security State Bank for supplying glasses for all the

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