PCPS Employees Receive Vaccines Thanks to Community Partners
Mike Seals - March 1, 2021 10:31 pm
“Thanks to our wonderful community partners, Kay County Health Department, Phillips 66, and White Eagle Health Center, 98% of all PCPS employees (who wanted the COVID-19 Vaccine) have successfully been vaccinated with the first dose,” reported Ponca City Public Schools Superintendent Shelley Arrott. Currently, PCPS has 116 employees fully vaccinated! With the support of these community partners, over 200 PCPS employees will be fully vaccinated by the end of the day on March 5, 2021.
Arrott continued, “I am humbled by the generosity and kindness of our Ponca City Community Partners. I will forever be grateful to Kay County Health Department, Phillips 66, and White Eagle Health Center for their dedication to making sure our employees are vaccinated. I can rest easier each evening knowing our education heroes are protected while we work to implement mitigation strategies to keep our students in school for in-person learning. Community partners working together exemplifies teamwork during challenging times.”
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Top: Superintendent Shelley Arrott being vaccinated at White Eagle Health Center
First Row L-R: Kay County Health Department Nurse – Kathy Conrad & PCPS BOE Employee vaccinated at KCHD.
PCPS Employees being monitored after vaccine at Phillips 66
PCPS Child Nutrition Employee Stephanie Grose being vaccinated at Phillips 66
PCPS Registration Secretary Maureen Dooley checks in at Phillips 66 for vaccination
Second Row L-R: PCPS Lincoln Teacher Amy Muegge & PCPS Transportation Employee Randy Neal being monitored after vaccine at White Eagle Health Center
Po-Hi Spanish Teacher Julie Lawrence & West Middle School Math Teacher Laura Layton being monitored after vaccine at White Eagle Health Center
PCPS Superintendent Shelley Arrott with White Eagle Health Center Staff