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Superintendent Gist shared the following letter with parents and families:
This morning, the Oklahoma State Board of Education voted to approve State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister’s recommendation to implement a continuous learning plan without reopening school buildings. This means that while instruction of students will resume remotely on April 6, our school buildings will NOT reopen this year.
This afternoon, State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister shared her intention to recommend to the Oklahoma State Board of Education that our state implement a continuous learning plan without reopening school buildings. This means that, if approved by the state board, instruction of students would resume remotely on April 6 and that our school buildings will NOT reopen this year.
While schools remain closed as a preventive measure against the spread of COVID-19, Tulsa Public Schools will provide all children ages 18 and under with nutritious meals free of charge. The district will provide “Grab-and-Go” breakfast and lunch meals at approximately 40 sites and deliver “Meals on Wheels” to approximately 170 bus sites throughout the city starting on Monday, March 23