Bartlesville Public Schools said it's already planning for a return to school in the middle of a pandemic.
The district is offering multiple enrollment options for the school year.
Students will have the option of taking in-person classes, going all-virtual, or a mix of both.
The all-virtual option is already offered at the high school and now, it’ll be available district wide.
Students and parents will need to call their school’s principal if they’d like to pursue the blend of in-person and virtual classes; and if they’re interested in all virtual classes, they can go to bruinvirtual.com to fill out a form and school administrators will get in touch with them.
Granger Meador with Bartlesville Public Schools said they want to make sure all students stay plugged-in, even if they’re not in the physical classroom.
“You can still participate in some of our extracurricular activities, you can still be in athletics, you can still be in band, you can still be in clubs and still have our local certified teachers; so, we’re excited about extending that down to additional grade levels,” said Meador.
The new school year for Bartlesville starts August 13th.