Guymon High School to go to Remote Learning

Joe Denoyer - October 13, 2021 3:42 pm

Due to the installation of a new boiler/chiller system, Guymon High School will be going to remote learning on October 25th. To prep for remote learning, students and teachers will use October 14th, 15th, and 18th as preparation/practice days. On Monday the 18th and Tuesday the 19th, Parent/Teacher Conferences will take place.

Remote instruction will begin on Monday October 25th and students must be logged into their 1st hour at 8:00am. Attendance will  be taken each hour with set instructional times and students will be able to meet with their teachers either remotely or face to face. To meet face to face, arrangements must be made 48hrs in advance.

In addition to a new Boiler/Chiller system, per fire code, a new sprinkler system and fire alarm system must also be installed.  The projected timeline for completion is the end of the fall semester, 7 weeks of remote learning barring any unforseen issues that might arise with a project of this magnitude.

All activities previously scheduled will take place as scheduled including clubs, organizations, and athletics, however the Snow Ball will be moved to January or February.

Transportation, meals, Wifi, and chrome book issue service will also continue. Questions regarding the situation can be directed to the school.


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