Middle and high school students at Tulsa's private Metro Christian Academy will head back to in-person classes on Wednesday.
The Christian school says students and staff must wear face coverings to school. This means they're required in common spaces, large groups, and going from one class to the next. However, students can take masks off at recess and lunch. Additionally, if faculty members can keep six feet of physical distancing then they can take their mask off. The school's priority is to be on campus as much as possible but they're also preparing for potential changes and contingency calendar considerations.
If a student can't go to campus for any medical reason Metro says it will provide access to Virtual Learning via live stream which will let students access their classroom virtually while maintaining their daily learning schedule. While middle and high school students will be in class Wednesday, elementary students won't go back until Thursday.