Distance Learning for Comanche Public Schools will begin Monday, April 6 continuing through May 8.
Since news of the first positive case of COVID-19 in Stephens County broke last Wednesday morning, there have been five confirmed cases in the county according to numbers provided by Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney on Tuesday morning.
Todd Brooks/The Comanche Times Two teddy bears sit at Patterson Avenue Baptist Church as part of the “Comanche Bear Hunting 101” game, which allows children and grown-ups to get out of the house, but still practice social distancing. People around town have set out teddy bears and posted their addresses on the City of Comanche - Bear Hunting 101 Facebook page for people to drive or walk around and enjoy.
While there may not be an official COVID-19 case confirmation in Stephens County as of Tuesday morning, the impact has definitely been felt by local businesses.
No school group is being more impacted by the Cornovirus pandemic than the Class of 2020. The seniors are looking at missing several rites of passage in their final year.