After the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association’s Board of Directors rejected a three-phased plan that addressed COVID-19, Okmulgee County schools released their own versions and have started up a portion of their summer activities. Days after rejecting the plan, OSSAA presented schools with suggested guidelines regarding protecting players and coaches from COVID-19. Henryetta, Morris, Beggs and Preston will be implementing guidelines and plans in order to have summer activities, while Okmulgee School Board voted to table proposed guidelines until the Monday, June 8 meeting at 6 p.m. Dewar’s Board of Education is set to vote on its version of the guidelines today.
June 3, 2020
County schools provide clarity on summer activities