Many Eastern Oklahoma schools begin class Thursday πŸ’₯πŸ‘©πŸ‘©πŸ’₯

Thursday is the first day of class for most school districts in Oklahoma. There are 1,000 students in the Spiro School District. Superintendent Richard Haynes said they hope to start this school year like they did the last. β€œWe felt very proud of what we were able to accomplish last year with that we didn’t have much transmission at all up here on campus,” Haynes said. “We feel like we were very effective, where our staff was very effective with their sanitation and things of that nature.”Haynes said they expect that most students who participated virtually last year will be returning to campus. “Face-to-face instruction is the most effective way to take care of your kids,” Haynes said. “Just because COVID showed up, hunger didn’t go away, speech needs didn’t go away, occupational therapy did not go away. All those are still big, real needs for our kids.”Schools have different policies on masks at school and on buses throughout the state. By law, Oklahoma schools cannot mandate face coverings for students. Watch the video above to learn more.

Thursday is the first day of class for most school districts in Oklahoma.

There are 1,000 students in the Spiro School District. Superintendent Richard Haynes said they hope to start this school year like they did the last.

β€œWe felt very proud of what we were able to accomplish last year with that we didn’t have much transmission at all up here on campus,” Haynes said. “We feel like we were very effective, where our staff was very effective with their sanitation and things of that nature.”

Haynes said they expect that most students who participated virtually last year will be returning to campus.

“Face-to-face instruction is the most effective way to take care of your kids,” Haynes said. “Just because COVID showed up, hunger didn’t go away, speech needs didn’t go away, occupational therapy did not go away. All those are still big, real needs for our kids.”

Schools have different policies on masks at school and on buses throughout the state.

By law, Oklahoma schools cannot mandate face coverings for students.

Watch the video above to learn more.

Many Eastern Oklahoma schools begin class Thursday

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