Storm damage means some summer kids classes moved while others canceled

Some of OCCC’s camps and classes for kids have been moved or canceled due to the impact of the recent storms said Lenuel Bardeguez, Cultural Programs Director.

“Some of the hallways around the Recreation and Fitness Center have water damage,” Bardeguez said.

A few of the classrooms surrounding the Recreation and Wellness Center also were affected, he said.

Bardeguez said sports, recreation and Fit Kid camps have been moved to the FACE Center at 6500 S Land Ave., north of the main campus.

College for Kids will continue to be held in the FACE Center as scheduled.

Aquatic Center classes have been canceled until further notice. The pool overflowed due to the damage and rainfall.

“The pool overflowed from water coming in underneath,” Bardeguez said.

He said the pool may be open next week but said it has to be cleaned first. Bardeguez said dirt washed into the pool along with the flood water.

Canceled classes may possibly be made up via class credit or rescheduling the events, he said.

“[OCCC] is going to try to accommodate for the classes that were canceled.”

For more information on the camps and classes, call Community Outreach and Education at 405-686-6222.

For information regarding pool activities, call the Wellness Center at 405-682-7860.



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