Update: Update: All clear given to Moore Schools’ students and employees after superintendent’s announcement
Update: 10/20/2014 – The all clear was given to Moore Public Schools’ employees and students involved with the cruise ship passenger who is a medical technician from Texas.
All students and staff members can return on Tuesday.
Moore’s Superintendent, Dr. Robert Romines, released the following statement Monday afternoon:
To the Patrons of Moore Public Schools
Early this morning, October 20th, a team from Moore Public Schools met with the Regional Director of the Cleveland County Health Department relative to our students and employees who were on the cruise ship with the lab technician from Texas.
The health department official confirmed through proper authorities that the lab technician had always been considered a low threat and now has been completely cleared of any medical concerns. Therefore, our employees and students that were on the cruise are also clear. They will be allowed back to work and back to school tomorrow, October 21st. Thank you for your patience with this matter.
For additional information, please access the district’s website at www.mooreschools.com and check the tab entitled superintendent’s message. In addition, information may be found on the Moore Public Schools’ facebook page and twitter account.
Dr. Robert Romines
Read the original report below.
MOORE- Moore parents are concerned following an announcement from school officials.
Moore’s superintendent released an announcement regarding both students and staff members at Moore Public Schools.
Here is the announcement that Moore officials sent to parents and staff:
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