Tulsa Public School leaders will vote on whether students should start the school year virtually.
The board is going to vote at the TPS Service Center tonight at 6:30.
Parents can attend the meeting but there’s also a link online to watch virtually.
The superintendent has already recommended students start with online learning for at least the first nine weeks. Halfway through nine weeks, she says she’ll look at the Covid-19 data for Tulsa and make a decision to continue online when nine weeks are up, or switch to in-person.
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