• Services available to students and parents during teacher walkout

    By: Ashli Lincoln


    TULSA, Okla. - Tulsa Area United Way officials say they plan to serve as a source for local organizations to help families during a statewide teacher walkout that began Monday.

    The organization says they have a list of 81 organizations offering support services to parents and students.

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    The United Way encouraged non-profit organization and churches to report to them the support services that they can offer to the community

    The Tulsa Area United Way tells FOX23 News they now list those support services on their website.

    The services will help students and parents with food options for students and child care for parents.

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    Tulsa United Way says parents can visit their website to check for services in their area.

    Some school districts, including Tulsa and Broken Arrow, plan to offer for meals to students who eat at specified lunch sites. Check with your child's district for additional information.

    In Muskogee, the Genesis Church is offering a free camp for children from pre-K through fifth grade 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with activities, snacks and lunch.

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