Muskogee Public Schools Out Due to Winter Weather, Will Hold Virtual Day
MUSKOGEE, Okla. - Muskogee Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jarod Mendenhall announced that due to the impending winter weather forecasted for the City of Muskogee school will not be in session and students will have a Virtual Day on Wednesday, February 5, 2020.
Students in Pre-K through Fifth Grade were sent home a homework folder containing their Virtual Day Homework Packet. This work will need to be completed and returned to their teacher when school is back in session. The completion of these assignments will be used for students to be counted “present” for Wednesday, February 5th. If a student does not complete the assignments for Virtual Day, they will have an absence recorded for the day.
For students in grades six through twelve, teachers have uploaded assignments to Google Classroom or ECHO for students to complete. Students will need to sign-in for their Virtual Day attendance at https://forms.gle/nULrxjhHf8cKv3w18. The link will only be active from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. for students to sign-in. Students who do not sign in during that time will be counted absent for the day. Assignments must be completed and submitted online before the start of class when school is back in session to receive class credit.
Teachers will be available to respond to student questions through the existing communication tools used in class those being Classroom Dojo, Google Classroom, Remind, email, text or phone call.