Some Green Country Students Return To Classroom Following Distance Learning

Monday, November 30th 2020, 6:51 am
By: Cal Day

Students across Green Country will return to the classroom for in-person learning after spending time this month in distance learning. Other districts will continue to keep students learning online this week.

Students who have opted to learn in-person at Union Public Schools will return to class on Monday. Busses will run for all students, and the district is asking parents to monitor their children to make sure they are not sick before sending them to class.

Tahlequah, Collinsville, Sand Springs, Catoosa, Nowata, Okemah, Afton and Dewey will also be open for in-person learning. Meanwhile, students in Sapulpa, Okmulgee, Braggs and Wagoner will continue distance learning.

Elementary students in Broken Arrow will return Monday, but secondary students will remain in distance learning until December 11. It is a similar situation in Jenks, where secondary students will take part in distance learning while elementary students return.

For more information on each school’s return plan and active COVID-19 exposures, Click Here.