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David Doss

David Doss, 5 days ago

November 20, 2020 Dear Navajo School Family, We hope this letter finds you and your family well. Over the last 2 weeks, Navajo students/staff/families have been heavily impacted with COVID positive and quarantine cases, which led to our decision to move to Distance Learning. The majority of COVID cases/quarantine individuals will be released from isolation/quarantine over Thanksgiving break; therefore, we have TENTATIVLEY planned to return to IN PERSON school on Monday, November 30, 2020. Due to the fluid nature of the COVID pandemic, we are asking families to email their school Principal (Shawn Sager:; David Doss: to update any Positive COVID cases and/or Quarantine requirements over the Thanksgiving Break week. Keeping this information in mind, we will send an update to our school families on Friday, November 27, 2020 with specific details concerning our plan to return to school the following week. We will continue to stay in communication with the Oklahoma State Health Department officials and monitor Jackson County COVID numbers moving forward. Furthermore, Homecoming festivities originally planned for December 1, 2020, have been postponed to a later date, TBD; however, we still plan to have the December 1, 2020 JH/HS basketball games as scheduled at Navajo, with safety precautions in place: Masks, temperature checks, and social distancing at all home games. Students should make sure and have all assignments from the past 2 weeks turned in to their instructors through Google classroom no later than Wednesday, November 25, 2020 to receive full credit. This is a courtesy extension for all students to have an extra opportunity to complete all Distance Learning assignments for full credit. Thank you for your continued support of Navajo Public Schools! Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving! Blessings, Navajo Public Schools Administration

David Doss

David Doss, 12 days ago

Jackson County COVID numbers have increased to 86.8 on the Oklahoma COVID ALERT MAP (ORANGE LEVEL), and 86.8 OSSBA MAP (RED LEVEL). After consultation with State Health Department officials and having some positive COVID-19 cases Pre-K-12, and several more out due to contact tracing, Navajo Public Schools WILL CONTINUE VIRTUAL SCHOOL next week, November 16-20. We will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on our Navajo School family and make weekly updates. Thank you for encouraging your child(ren) to continue practicing safety protocols! We appreciate everyone for their efforts!

Ronda Lemaster

Ronda Lemaster, 14 days ago

With Respect, Honor and Gratitude Thank You Veterans view image

David Doss

David Doss, 16 days ago

Students who attend the SWTC will still be in traditional learning. Make sure you continue to attend or make arrangements with them if you are unable to attend.

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