Back to School Week Survey
We want to hear about your Back to School Week experience! Visit www.tulsaschools.org/survey to share your feedback and let us know if your student got all the tools he/she needs for next week and to participate in distance learning this year. You can update your responses throughout the week. You can also find a survey link on your child’s Clever.
Distance Learning Resources
Did you know that we have resources available on our website to help you support your child with distance learning?
The following are resources available to support your child in distance learning:
- Parent Zoom Training Video
- Technology and Instructional Resources
- Distance Learning Tools for Parents
Resources for Parents and Families
- Tulsa Housing Authority Emergency Rental Assistance Program: The County of Tulsa will be providing emergency rental assistance via CARES Act Funds to pay past due rent for households in Tulsa County who have seen their income impacted by COVID-19. Tenants must apply directly. Applications will be accepted through this Friday, September 4, 2020. For more information you can view the flyer at www.tulsaschools.org/THA.
- COVID-19 Kid Care Resource Portal: This city-wide online portal is designed to both connect families to childcare and basic needs and to provide a way for community members to donate critical resources. Visit COVIDKidCareResources.tauw.org to learn about available resources for your family.
- Child Care Options: the YMCA of Greater Tulsa and Tulsa Parks are offering childcare options for Tulsa families.
- School supplies: Visit our back to school website to find a list of organizations in Tulsa that support families with school supplies.
- Indian Education School Supplies: Johnson O’Malley students in the Indian Education program can pick up school supplies on Wednesday, Sept. 2 and Thursday, Sept. 3 between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Indian Education offices at 7635 E. 42nd Place.
- Wellness Care Line: Call 918-746-6130 for support with referrals for mental health services, community resources for basic needs and social services (food, shelter, clothing), questions about distance learning, and supports for students with special needs. The line is open from 8:30am-5pm Mondays through Fridays.