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Back to School

Our Board of Education made two important decisions related to supporting our team, students, and families as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic together.

  • The end date for the first semester of the school year has been extended from Friday, Jan. 15 to Friday, Feb. 5, and the second semester will now begin on Monday, Feb. 8 and run through Tuesday, June 8.
  • Students will remain in distance learning through the end of the March break and return to in-person learning on Monday, March 22.

Extension of Semester One

This has been a challenging year as we have all worked to adjust to the new realities of teaching and learning in a distance model. We have students who are struggling, and we want to support them by creating opportunities to catch up and get back on track academically. To this end, we will extend the first semester until February 5 to provide additional time for our students to demonstrate their learning and improve their grades by submitting and/or redoing key assignments, quizzes and tests.

  • It is important to know that this is not an “academic amnesty;” students who are behind in or failing classes must use the additional two weeks to engage in their classes and make up incomplete work.
  • Students who are already on track academically should use these two weeks to continue engaging in their classes and participate in available enrichment activities.
  • Teachers will share the key assignments, quizzes, and/or tests that will remain open.

All elementary students should:

  • Follow their daily schedules and attend daily live Zooms as much as possible - participating in live classes is critical.
  • Complete the outstanding key assignments provided by their teachers by Feb. 5;
    • Students who are behind will be asked to make up or complete no more than 10 assignments in English language arts and no more than 10 assignments in Math.
    • Students who are passing their classes with a satisfactory grade will have the opportunity to complete enrichment assignments as well as personalized learning. Students can also redo designated assignments to demonstrate a higher level of mastery.
  • Contact their teachers with questions: ask questions during classes, use the Zoom chat feature to ask questions, and use teacher office hours if they are available. 
  • Use their school’s new Care and Connect hours for additional academic support and tutoring.

All middle, junior high, and high school students should:

  • Follow their daily schedules and attend daily live Zooms as much as possible - participating in live classes is critical.
  • Complete the outstanding key assignments provided by their teachers by Feb. 5;
    • Students who are behind will be asked to make up or complete no more than 10 assignments, quizzes or tests per course.
    • Students who are passing their classes with a satisfactory grade will have the opportunity to engage in enrichment assignments as well as personalized learning. Students can also redo designated assignments to demonstrate a higher level of mastery.
  • Contact their teachers with questions: ask questions during classes, use the Zoom chat feature to ask questions, and use teacher office hours if they are available.
  • Use their school’s Care and Connect hours for additional academic support services.

Your child’s teacher will be in touch starting on Monday, Jan. 25 to provide more information about expectations for your child during the semester extension.

Continuation of Distance Learning

Across the last ten months, we have continued to follow the guidance of health professionals; prioritize the safety of our team, students, and families; and focus on providing the best educational experiences we can for our students. Based on the most current available data, recent research, and conversations with health professionals, my recommendation to the Board was for students to remain in distance learning. The Board approved my recommendation and decided that all students will remain in distance learning until after the March break. Students in all grades will return to in-person learning on Monday, March 22.

We will continue to offer grab-and-go meals for all Tulsa children under age 18, and meal locations and times are available at www.tulsaschools.org/mealsites. As always, you can continue to find information and updates on our website at www.tulsaschools.org.

Stay safe: wear your mask, wash your hands, and watch your distance.

 


 

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elementary In-person Learning

School will look and feel different as students return to in-person learning. While each school will have their own sets of building routines, you will see some consistent safety practices at all of our schools which can be found below. 

Video Resources / recursos de video

Return to In-Person Learning

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Volver al aprendizaje en persona

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Health Screenings / Exámenes de salud

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Cleaning Procedures / Procedimientos de limpieza

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Riding the Bus

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Ir en autobús

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Meal Services and Classroom Safety

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Servicio de comidas y seguridad en el aula

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SAFETY

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Care and Connect

Care & Connect

Students in middle, junior high, and high school can get help with technology, tutoring, and counseling supports at Care and Connect Centers in their schools. Care and Connect services will be available by appointment only, and students must follow all COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.

Care and Connect Center supports will vary by school and might include help with academic work for students who need it, technology assistance, time with counselors to work on college and career planning, and safe spaces for distance learning.

Students must make appointments for Care and Connect Center visits. Space will be limited to 10-20 students per service session.

Contact your school about Care and Connect Center Support:

  • Booker T. Washington High School: 918-925-1022
  • Carver Middle School: 918-925-1420
  • Central Middle and High School: 918-833-8400
  • East Central High School: 918-746-9700
  • East Central Junior High School: 918-746-9500
  • Edison Preparatory Middle and High School: 918-746-8500
  • Hale High School: 918-925-1200
  • Hale Junior High School: 918-746-9260
  • McLain High School: 918-833-8500
  • Memorial High School: 918-833-9600
  • Memorial Middle School: 918-833-9520
  • Monroe Demonstration Academy: 918-833-8900
  • Phoenix Rising: 918- 833-8376
  • Rogers Middle and High School: 918-833-9000
  • Street School: 918-833-9800
  • Thoreau Demonstration Academy: 918-833-9700
  • TRAICE Academy Middle and High School: 918-925-1360
  • Tulsa Learning Academy: 918-746-6770
  • Tulsa MET Junior High and High School: 918-746-9300
  • Webster Middle and High School: 918-746-8000

Students must:

  • Wear masks that cover the nose and mouth
  • Sign in and out of the building during each visit
  • Practice safe distancing as possible
  • Stay in their assigned rooms or spaces

If you are not feeling well, please cancel your Care & Connect visit.

Click here for frequently asked questions.

atención y conexión

Los estudiantes de la escuela primaria, secundaria y preparatoria pueden obtener ayuda con tecnología, tutoría y apoyo de asesoramiento en los centros Care and Connect de sus escuelas. Los servicios Care and Connect estarán disponibles solo con previa cita, y los estudiantes deben seguir todas las pautas de salud y seguridad de COVID-19.

Los apoyos de Care and Connect Center variarán según la escuela y podrían incluir ayuda con el trabajo académico para los estudiantes que lo necesiten, asistencia tecnológica, tiempo con consejeros para trabajar en la planificación universitaria y profesional, y espacios seguros para el aprendizaje a distancia.

Los estudiantes deben programar citas para las visitas al Centro Care and Connect. El espacio estará limitado a 10-20 estudiantes por sesión de servicio.

Comuníquese con su escuela sobre el apoyo del Centro Care and Connect:

  • Booker T. Washington High School: 918-925-1000
  • Carver Middle School: 918-925-1420
  • Central Middle and High School: 918-833-8400
  • East Central High School: 918-746-9700
  • East Central Junior High School: 918-746-9500
  • Edison Preparatory Middle and High School: 918-746-8500
  • Hale High School: 918-925-1200
  • Hale Junior High School: 918-746-9260
  • McLain High School: 918-833-8500
  • Memorial High School: 918-833-9600
  • Memorial Middle School: 918-833-9520
  • Monroe Demonstration Academy: 918-833-8900
  • Phoenix Rising: 918- 833-8376
  • Rogers Middle and High School: 918-833-9000
  • Street School: 918-833-9800
  • Thoreau Demonstration Academy: 918-833-9700
  • TRAICE Academy Middle and High School: 918-925-1360
  • Tulsa Learning Academy: 918-746-6770
  • Tulsa MET Junior High and High School: 918-746-9300
  • Webster Middle and High School: 918-746-8000

Los estudiantes deben:

  • Usar cubrebocas que cubran la nariz y la boca.
  • Practique el distanciamiento seguro como sea posible
  • Firme al llegar y al salir del edificio en cada visita
  • Permanecer en sus salones o espacios asignados

Si no se siente bien, cancele su visita de Care and Connect.

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