At a reported cost of $40,000, OSSBA would first take input from stakeholders (staff, parents, students), create goal areas and objectives, create five-year action steps and finally implement the plan at Chisholm's three schools.
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Oklahoma Senate Bill 548, which went into effect July 1, restricts school districts from enacting their own mask mandates or requiring “vaccine passports” for school entry, among other stipulations. Mandates are only allowed during a declared state of emergency.
Under the ordinance, which goes into effect at 8 a.m. Wednesday, all people in Enid must wear a face covering consistent with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines in any indoor location.