Tulsa Public School Board approves recommendation to start school virtually

Tulsa Public School Board approves recommendation to start school virtually
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TULSA, Okla. — During a meeting Monday, the board approved the recommendations for the district to start the first nine weeks of school virtually.

In the meeting, Dr. Deborah Gist did a presentation on why she believes it is the best decision for the safety of students and staff.

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FOX23 reported when the district approved a new calendar schedule for the upcoming school year.