Distance Learning 2020-2021
The Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education made the decision that students in middle, junior high, and high school will continue in distance learning for the rest of the calendar year and return to in-person classes after winter break on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021.
The Board of Education also decided that students in pre-K through 5th grade and sixth graders who attend an elementary school will return to in-person learning, but we will provide flexibility for families who would prefer to have their children continue fully in distance learning during quarter two.
If you would prefer that your child continue in distance learning from home during quarter two, please complete our Quarter Two Commitment Form by logging into SmartChoice at www.tulsaschools.org/Q2form. If we do not hear from you by Saturday, Oct. 31, we will plan for your child to have in-person classes at his or her school.
Help with canvas, zoom, and clever badge
- Use Canvas to see student learning plans.
- Video: How to access Canvas.
- Video: How a student creates a pairing code in Canvas (for their parent/guardian to connect to them on Canvas)
- Video: How a parent/guardian creates and navigates the observer role in Canvas / Graphic: Observing Your Student in Canvas
- Log in to Powerschool to monitor your student's grades and attendance.
- Service Desk
- Tulsa Public Schools IT department is providing Chromebook support for students Monday – Thursday, from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM at the Enrollment Center. This is only for district-issued Chromebooks that need repairing.
- Video: How to log in to Chromebook with a Clever badge / Graphic: How to log in to Chromebook with a Clever badge
- Video: How to log in to Chromebook without a Clever badge