TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Oklahoma State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister said the State Board of Education is looking at plans for the fall semester.
Schools closed during the coronavirus pandemic in March and officially began distance learning in April.
Hofmeister said now they have time to prepare for the next semester and they're focusing on connectivity for students.
She said there's a good chance distance learning may be used at the beginning of the fall semester.
Hofmeister said the districts will also attempt to reduce the number of students in a classroom. For example, if students usually all go to one classroom for music class at different hours of the day, the teacher will now go to their classroom to teach each grade.