TULSA, Okla. — After nine weeks of distance learning, the Tulsa Public Schools district decided to send some students back.
Pre-K and kindergarten students are returning to the classroom Nov. 9 for the first time since March. Later, grades first through third will return Nov. 16 and grades fourth through fifth return on Nov. 30. Students who are in the 6th grade at an elementary school will also return on Nov. 30.
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Before getting back in the classroom, parent are required to complete a student health screening for their child every day.
If parents answer "yes" to any of the questions, TPS is asking them to keep their child at home.
Upon arrival, parents must stay in their cars for pick up and drop-off.
Teachers and staff will meet students at the door and walk them to their classroom.
Once school begins, each student will be assigned a pod with three to four other students. This will be who they work with for the week.
The TPS website provides many helpful links for any questions parents may have, click here to read more.
For parent resources, click here.
For more information on back to school, in-person, and online, click here.
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