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MPS Students and Staff Given All-Clear to Return to School

by Sarah Jensen
Oct 20, 2014
Superintendent Dr. Robert Romines says that health officials confirmed Monday that there was no risk of Ebola in Moore clearing all students and staff to return to school Tuesday.

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