OSAGE, Okla. — Starting December 10, Osage Public Schools will be going virtual until January 4, after Christmas break, according to Donald Pullen the superintendent.
Teachers will be reaching out to students and family on Thursday about lesson plans and to answer any questions regarding virtual learning.
The 3-year program will continue as scheduled since it is a tuition-based program and the children are already isolated. Osage Public Schools will allow parents and guardians to choose to keep them home or allow them to attend.
If families are interested in picking up meals, please call 918-825-2550 for more details.
“This is so we can clean and make sure that we keep everyone safe,” was the reason they will transition into virtual learning, according to an Osage County Schools Facebook post.
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