The site reports 167 active cases among students and 108 active cases among staff members.
The number of active cases at each WFISD school is listed below:
|SCHOOL NAME||STUDENT CASES||STAFF CASES|
|Hirschi High School||1||8|
|Rider High School||38||12|
|Wichita Falls High School||26||2|
|Barwise Middle School||25||6|
|Kirby Middle School||0||1|
|McNiel Middle School||27||6|
|Booker T. Washington Elementary||0||1|
|Brook Village Elementary||3||2|
|Scotland Park Elementary||8||4|
|Southern Hills Elementary||0||7|
|West Foundation Elementary||5||4|
|Farris Early Childhood||4||3|
|Northwest Head Start||1||1|
|Career Education Center||N/A||5|
After a decrease in overall cases in Wichita County in December 2021, WFISD officials announced campuses would return to “pre-COVID” protocol for visitors, allowing parents to be on campus with their student.
However, due to the increased number in cases in 2022, officials announced January 4 in a Facebook post they will instead continue limiting visitor access on campuses and reevaluate after Martin Luther King, Jr day.
This is a developing story. Stick with Texoma’s Homepage for updates regarding COVID-19 in Texoma.
Please find the number of people in Wichita County who have received the COVID-19 vaccine in Wichita County below:
At Least One Dose
Residents of Wichita County over the age of 12 can register for the waitlist to receive a COVID-19 vaccine online.
Wichita County residents who are eligible to receive the vaccine are encouraged to add their names to the waitlist.
As of October 26, the Health District is now offering booster shots for all three COVID-19 vaccines.
As of November 4, the Pfizer COVID-19 pediatric vaccine is available to Wichita County residents between the ages of 5 and 11.
A list of frequently asked questions can be found below: