TULSA, Okla. — Schools may have moved online, but administrators are working to keep seniors on track to graduate.
Starting Monday, principals, counselors and athletic directors plan to collaborate to make sure students are ready.
"We want to make sure that everyone is aligned and on the same page as relates to what it is that students are needing in order to fulfill their requirements to graduate," said Robert Schornick, the secondary instructional leadership director at TPS.
Administrators told board members Friday they're working with parents and students to make recommendations for graduation and any special activities.
They're communicating on the TPS website and through direct messages to families.
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