JENKS, Okla. — Jenks Public Schools is preparing to transition students to campus for at-school learning on Thursday, Sept. 10, according to a statement by the district.
On Tuesday, the district said that "cases have trended down in Tulsa County, it is time to pivot to in-person instruction for At-School learning."
JPS officials said the district is committed to implementing health and safety protocols to mitigate risk of COVID-19. Here are some of the requirements students must follow:
- masks will be required for all employees and all students in grades 3rd - 12th
- students in pre-K - 2nd grade must wear masks in hallways and common areas
- all students must wear masks while on school buses.
The district said it will continue to monitor positive cases as well as guidance from the Tulsa Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
If cases rise within the Jenks school district and another shutdown is necessary, officials said it will once again transition from at-school learning to distance learning.
For more information, visit the Jenks Public Schools website.
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