Some Tulsa area schools implementing distance learning

The Associated Press - January 8, 2022 7:47 am

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Some Tulsa area schools are moving to distance learning in efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Union schools says all students will begin distance learning on Friday while Memorial and Will Rogers high schools are not holding in-person classes on Thursday. McLain High School is suspending in-person classes on Thursday and Friday for all but exceptional student support classes. Okmulgee schools south of Tulsa is utilizing distance learning Thursday and had already scheduled a virtual learning day on Friday.

The highly contagious omicron variant has become the dominant strain of the coronavirus in Oklahoma, leading to increased cases and hospitalizations.


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