Putnam City Schools said all students will head back to in-person classes four days a week starting April 5th.
Until that day, the district said all students will stick to their staggered A-B schedules.
Wednesdays will be used as remote learning days. The district said this will help give teachers time to build content for students in quarantine.
In its announcement, the district said current mask and hygiene protocols will stay in place.
Putnam City Schools said teacher and staff vaccinations, installing new air quality technology, and guidance from the Oklahoma City-County Health Department are giving it a clearer picture of what the end of the year will look like.
The district is also launching its summer school program that focuses on hands-on learning and mental health. The program begins in June.
You can read the district’s full announcement here.