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  • Drumright Public Schools will begin meal service Monday, March 23, 2020.   ANY student 18 and under may receive a meal. (If a student is 19 and enrolled in school, they may also receive a meal.)

    A Grab and Go will be available from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Monday through Friday at the circle drive turn around outside of Bradley Elementary School.  All people MUST stay inside of the car and students MUST be present in the car to receive a meal.  If students walk to the area, they MUST get the meal and leave immediately. (Federal guidelines)

    Meals will also be delivered to bus stops.  Students MUST be present to receive a meal.  PLEASE do not stand together in groups at the bus stop.  Continue to maintain distance between people.  When the bus arrives, maintain distance and meals will be handed off of the bus.  Do NOT all rush to the bus, but continue to maintain distance between people.  We will make sure that every child receives a meal.

    Please refer to the school district website under the BUS ROUTE tab for the bus meal delivery schedule.

    There will be some challenges to this plan, some we are anticipating, and some we will discover as we go forward.  Please be patient as we work through the challenges.  We are committed to making this a success and may have to make adjustments along the way.  We are limited to how many people are able to work on this and have to maintain social distance as well!

    We will continue to work together as a community to get through this national health crisis. 

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  • Exception for GPA Calculation of Pass/Fail Grades for Spring 2020 Semester for OKPromise students

    Posted by Terri Schuelein on 4/3/2020 2:30:00 PM

    Exception for GPA Calculation of Pass/Fail Grades for Spring 2020 Semester for OKPromise students:

    For the spring 2020 semester, high school or concurrent courses that apply to the Oklahoma’s Promise high school core curriculum requirements that are assigned a grade of “pass” (or its equivalent) will not be included in the grade point average (GPA) calculation for the core curriculum. While the course grade will not be included in the calculation of the core curriculum GPA, the course will count toward the required units for the core curriculum as appropriate. Normally, for purposes of calculating the 2.50 minimum GPA for the 17-unit core curriculum, courses with grade of “pass” are assigned a letter grade of “D” or the lowest passing grade that high school assigns to courses. Excluding a “pass” course grade from the core curriculum GPA calculation will allow an exception to this requirement for spring 2020 grades. Oklahoma’s Promise students will remain subject to the minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA requirement for all courses taken in grades 9-12 as calculated by the local school district.

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