Tulsa Public schools is set to vote Monday on how exactly students should return to school; information on those options was sent out last week and if you didn’t get information, TPS wants you to contact them.
The TPS school board sent out letters last week with three possible options for the fall semester.
Monday night, the board will vote on whether to begin the school year virtually, in person, or a mix of both.
The information was sent out for parents to stay in the loop on the choice, but if you didn’t receive information, TPS is asking that you call your child’s school to make sure you have updated contact information before going into an unprecedented year of learning.
Monday at 6:30 p.m. the board will make the final decision on which learning plan will be put into action.
Superintendent Deborah Gist says by making this decision this early, families can begin to get the kinks worked out such as getting help securing stable internet access at home or switching around their students school schedule to meet their family’s needs.
Monday's meeting will be open to the public both virtually and in person if you would like to attend.