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Tulsa Parks to Begin Offering Programs for Homeschool/ Virtual/ Distance Learning Students

This article was archived on 10/28/2020

As many school districts shift from a traditional classroom setting to a virtual/distance learning experience this year, parents are looking for options to supplement their children’s educational curriculum.

Tulsa Parks is offering several great opportunities for in-person, hands-on activities that support fitness and learning.  Classes are divided into three categories – fitness, STEM, (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math,) and Art.

The four-week sessions will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30-2:30 p.m at Reed Park. During class, students will rotate between Fitness and STEM activities for 45 minutes each on Tuesdays and art on Thursdays.

Session dates are Sept. 8 – Oct. 1; Oct. 6-29; Nov. 3 – Dec. 3. No classes will be held Oct. 15 or Nov. 24-26. Deadlines to register are Sept. 1, 29, and Oct. 27. Students will have the option to participate in each activity. Costs vary per child per session.

Reed Park is an Epic Charter School-approved vendor. Epic Charter students/parents will need to contact Recreation Park Manager Suzi Marcum, if they would like to use their learning fund to register for programs.

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