TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Throughout the duration of the walkout, beginning April 2, many schools and community outreach programs will be offering food options for students. The meals will help students who will not have access to breakfast and lunch during the school closure.
For a list of school closings, click here.
Tulsa Area United Way offers a list of food distribution locations and childcare resources for the walkout in multiple counties. They serve Tulsa, Creek, Wagoner, Osage, Rogers and Okmulgee Counties.
If your county or school district is not listed, please contact administration or check school sites, Facebook pages or their Twitter feed for local resources during the walkout. Area churches and community centers are always a good resource for food distribution information as well.
Click the link for your school district to find out what resources are available for your child.
For a list of childcare options in Tulsa County, click here.
Pictured below is a map of all locations in the surrounding areas that will offer food and full day primary services for parents and students during the walkout. You can visit this interactive map, provided by Tulsa Area United Way, here.
This list will be updated.