TULSA, Okla. — Multiple Tulsa Public Schools sites suspended in-person learning as students returned from their holiday break in January.
Students who attend Central Middle and High School, Rogers Middle and High School, and McLain High School transitioned to distanced learning for their first day back for the spring semester on Jan. 4. The district says the move to distanced learning is due to staff absences.
All three sites will continue to provide breakfast and lunch meals to all their students.
All athletic events scheduled for Tuesday will continue as planned. Any students participating will have to provide their transportation.
Central Middle and High School will remain virtual through Friday,
Rogers Middle and High School and McLain High School will continue without in-person learning through Wednesday.
Emerson Elementary School will also suspend in-person learning on Wednesday due to staff absences.
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