Here is a list of preparations made by schools to prepare for the teacher walkout.
- All schools closed to the public
- Days affected by the shut down will be added to end of the school year
- Transportation will be available for students taking classes at sites not affected by the walk out, like Tulsa Tech and Tulsa Community College
- Varsity sports and activities will continue. Junior Varsity athletics and district-run extracurricular programming will be suspended.
- Graduation and prom will be held as planned
- Graduation and prom will continue as scheduled
- Classes at Tulsa Tech will be in session. Students can drive themselves or catch a bus at Owasso High
- Students can attend their classes at Tulsa Community College
- OPS will modify its schedule to modify state testing
- The ACT will take place for juniors on April 3 unless the walkout is still happening. Then, it will be administered April 24
- All athletic games and tournaments, fine arts competitions, concerts and extracurricular activities will take place as scheduled
- Practices for fine arts and athletics will happen after 3 p.m.
- Out-of-state trips will still occur
- BAPS Child Nutrition will be providing free meals for students 18 and under at:
- Central Park Community Center (1500 S Main St.) 11 a.m. to noon
- Sequoyah Middle School (2701 S. Elm Pl.) 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Creekwood Elementary (1301 E. Albany St.) 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Indian Springs Apartment Complex (2177 W. Jasper St.) 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
- Graduation and prom will take place as scheduled
- Planned trips for athletes and fine arts, athletic competitions and fine arts contests and activities will take place as scheduled
- Practices will take place only after school hours
- SAT testing will take place as scheduled on April 10 from 7:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- High school bus routes will run as scheduled that day with students returning home after testing is complete
- AP testing will take place May 7-25
- More information on the Oklahoma School Testing Program for third through eighth grades and the 10th grade science test will be provided later
- The only students allowed access to school buildings will be those taking classes at Tulsa Community College at BAHS or eating at the designated areas
- Tulsa Tech will continue to have classes. Students will need to find a way to the high school to be transported to Tulsa Tech
- Tulsa Community College will have classes. Students will need to find their own way to their classes
- The SAT will take place as planned on April 10. Students will need to find their way to Union High School
- AP exams will take place May 7-25
- More information will be provided on the Oklahoma School Testing Program for third through eighth grade and the 11th grade center as it becomes available
- Union Athletics will proceed as normal with varsity games only. All sub-varsity contests and games wil be suspended. All levels will be able to practice during normal hours
- All athletic and Fine Arts trips will take place as scheduled
- All Fine Arts activities for sixth through 12th grade will take place as normal. No Fine Arts activities will take place for elementary students
- High school graduation and prom will continue as scheduled
- The normal calendar will continue, unless the walkout lasts longer than six days or April 9. Days will then be tacked onto the end of the year.
- Additional time may be added to the school day to make up for lost time
- School buildings will be closed during the walkout
- Tulsa Community College and Tulsa Tech will be open. Transportation will continue as scheduled for those programs. Students can catch the bus at CPHS
- The ACT will be administered to juniors on April 3
- Information on testing for third through eighth grades and 11th grade science will be provided as it becomes available.
- All extracurricular activities and athletics will continue as normal
- Graduation and Prom will continue as scheduled
- Free food will be provided to children 18 and under at:
- Salvation Army 4403 S. 129th W Ave. Sand Springs (Lunch and Breakfast)
- Lake Methodist Church 7750 W. 14th St. Tulsa (Lunch and Breakfast )
- Garfield STEAM 701 N. Roosevelt Ave. Sand Springs (Lunch and Breakfast)
- Olivet Baptist Church 155 N. 65th W. Ave. Tulsa (Lunch only)
- Harvest Church West Tulsa 331 S. 49th W. Ave. Tulsa (Breakfast only)
- Church That Matters Church 3 W. 41st S. Sand Springs (Lunch only)
- River Oaks Community Center (4800 W. 16th St. Sand Springs Lot 1 (Lunch only)
- Breakfast is from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
- Lunch is from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Students grades will not be affected
- Educational or related services will not be provided during the walkout
- First four days will be treated as snow days. Every day after will be made up beginning May 18
- Breakfast and lunch will be offered to students under 18
- Sequoyah Elementary School at 425 S. College
- Briggs Public School at 17210 S. 569 Rd.
- Breakfast 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
- Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- Parents are required to accompany students but will not be served food
- Tahlequah First Methodist Church will have daycare from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 300 W. Delaware St. Register here
- The ACT will be administered on April 3. No transportation will be provided
- ICTC will continue during the walkout. Transportation will continue between the high school and ICTC campuses. Classes will be canceled on April 2
- Sports will continue, except junior varsity sports scheduled away from varsity sports and middle school sports
- Prom and graduation will continue as scheduled
- No transportation will be provided to students by TPS
- For more, click here
- SAT will go on as scheduled April 10 but makeup date April 24 will also be made available
- No changes to graduation and prom
- Extracurricular activities and pre-planned fundraisers will continue as scheduled
- Those with questions can call MPS at 918-684-3700 Ext. 1633
- Schools could be closed for up to 10 days in event of walkout
- Day-to-day decision on whether to hold school
- Depending on how long walkout lasts, school year could be extended
- Graduation and prom to go on as scheduled
- ACT will pushed back to April 24
- Will serve lunch during the closure from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
- Morris First Baptist Church - 520 S. Second St. in Morris
- Morris First Assembly of God - 206 N. Hughes in Morris
- Students can have lunches delivered by filling out this form
- Will notify parents Friday if walkout will occur
- Each day of school missed will be made up
- ACT will continue as scheduled
- Prom will go on as scheduled, along with graduation, extracurricular activities and athletic events
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