School may be out for the summer but the Bartlesville Public School District is already ironing out the last details of their plans for the fall semester.
Teachers in the Bartlesville Public School District will be briefed on the initial plans for the semester on Tuesday then give feedback on Thursday. The district says they've been working with committees of teachers, parents, and students on its plans for the fall semester.
Currently, 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.
On Monday, July 13 the district will tell parents its updated plans after the teacher feedback meeting. Parents will then be able to give their feedback at two in-person meetings on July 15th.
District leaders will take their final plan to the school board two weeks from Tuesday with school resuming on August 13th.