Union Public Schools seeks input on in-person classes next semester

About 65% of parents chose classes in school last semester

TULSA — Parents with children at Union Public Schools have a little more than a week to make a decision on what they would like to do next semester.

UPS leaders want parents to make their choice of either virtual or in-person learning for their students for the second semester no later than Friday, Oct. 30 by 10 p.m.

Click HERE to complete the electronic form for each child enrolled at the district.

The information will help the district make the decisions on student schedules, staffing, and safety measures.

About 35 percent of students enrolled in virtual learning for the fall 2020 semester.

“So far we have been pleased with the way the first semester has gone, as our students and staff have been diligent in their efforts to make in-person school as safe as possible,” said Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler. “We have been very fortunate in that we have not yet had to close any school.”

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