COVID-19 Updates - Return to Learn

PCPS Weekly COVID-19 Numbers

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Ponca City Public Schools has created general and detailed Return to Learn procedures for all sites and departments that include layers of levels of mitigation for all staff and students, physical distancing, hygiene, and disinfection protocols.   We will actively work with the Kay County Health Department to participate in contact tracing for the inevitable COVID-19 cases we will experience this school year among students and staff due to exposure that might occur both off and on-campus. 


PCPS Return to Learn Plan - Updated 9/9/21
PCPS Return to Learn Plan Updated 9/9/21 - Board Approved Temporary Mask Requirement Starts  Friday, September 10, 2021 .pdf opens in new window

For school enrollment, a parent or guardian shall provide one of the following: current, up-to-date immunization records or a completed and signed exemption form.
Guide to Immunization Requirements in Oklahoma: 2021-22 School Year
Click HERE for the Guide to Immunization Requirements in Oklahoma

Immunizations  will be offered at the  Registration  Center on July 22 and  29 from 1 to 6 p.m.  Vaccines offered:  * T dap booster  * HPV  * MCV  For those interested,  COVID-19 vaccines  will be available.  ** A legal guardian  must be present .pdf opens in new window 

The district is committed to transparency with procedures while protecting student and staff privacy. Privacy is important for our Wildcat families and we also want to ensure this privacy is maintained to encourage everyone to report positive cases.  Our procedures are publicly available, , as are our current tallies of quarantines and isolations currently in effect.  We appreciate the grace, patience, and support of our Wildcat families this school year.  We will as a team with our families to ensure we keep our students, staff, and community as healthy as possible.   

FAQS - Quarantine and Isolation 

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