Tulsa Public School board members will hold a virtual board meeting Monday evening.
The meeting is being called a "distance-learning work session" after last week's vote to start the school year virtually. School board members, the superintendent, and district staff will talk about the upcoming school year now that the board has officially decided to start school virtually for the first 9 weeks this year beginning on August 31st
Monday night's meeting is considered a "special" board meeting meaning public comment will not be allowed under board policy. The meeting is still available for the public is able to watch.The meeting will start at 4 p.m. You can information on how to access the livestream HERE.