Collinsville, Oklahoma
March / April 2020
Deadly Worldwide Health Crisis
Schools and Businesses Closed Due To COVID-19
(Coronavirus Pandemic)
 
There will be an emergency meeting of the Collinsville City Commission 4pm Friday April 3rd, to discuss more COVID-19 actions. Seating will be limited to 10 but will be viewable on the city's Facebook. -- 4/2/2020 Nothing is official until the school board approves, but Superintendent Lance West suggested several dates (including May 15th as the last day of "school") in a video to staff Thursday April 2nd. And even more unofficial, pending many more events & conditions, a graduation ceremony is still being considered, perhaps in June?
 
 
 
 
https://www.facebook.com/embrace74021 Embrace 74021 3/25/2020 by City & Chamber -- https://collinsvillecares.com/
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3/19/2020 First Tulsa County COVID-19 Death -- ORU Ground Maint. worker
 
 
 
 
Civil Emergency
3/17/2020 City Proclamation (Page 1) (Page 2) --
City of Collinsville Bans Gatherings of 50 or more people on City Property
 
 
Oklahoma Schools Closed Until at Least April 6th -- 3/16/2020

 
Coronavirus (COVID-19) was declared a worldwide pandemic March 11th, 2020, and historic measures are being announced at a frantic pace. I will make no attempt to document those here, but wanted to mark in the timeline of local event. Collinsville school administration is closely monitoring the situation and recommends checking the CDC for updates. Today, Friday March 13, is the final day of school before a week out for spring break (March 16-20). Obviously all city, school & sports events are subject to change. Stay tuned. -- Ted -- 3/13/2020
-- Historically: Collinsville school were closed during the deadly influenza epidemic in 1918 and have been closed periodically during the last hundred years for smaller local flu outbreaks.
 
Collijsville Schools on normal Spring Break (March16-20)
 
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-- Historically: Collinsville school were closed during the deadly influenza epidemic in 1918 and have been closed periodically during the last hundred years for smaller local flu outbreaks.

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