In case you missed the phone call this morning, here is what it said: Good morning Oroville City Elementary School District families,
This is Spencer Holtom, Superintendent with a very import announcement. Due to the President's recommendation and orders to continue social distancing and not gather in groups of ten or more the Oroville City Elementary School District, will continue providing alternative learning until May 1st, 2020. While these are unprecedented times the entire staff here in Oroville are here to serve you. Please continue to reach out teachers, site administrators or the district office if you have any questions. Please stay healthy and have a great day.
Butte County Superintendent Mary Sukama announced school campus closures throughout Butte County are extended through May 1. OCESD teachers will continue to provide distance learning throughout campus closures. Please visit OCESD.net for more information. #OCESDrocks
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