Oklahoma officers help at school district amid teacher shortage

Police officers help Moore Public Schools amid teacher shortage

“We are thankful to be able to assist our community during these difficult times,” police department officials posted on social media.



TOMORROW WITH HOPES THAT THINGS WILL BE A LITTLE BIT BETTER TSHI WEEK. >> NEARLY ALL MAJOR SCHOOL DISTRISCT IN THE METRO RETURN IN-PERSON TOMORROW. >> COVID ROBBED TOO MUCH FROM OUR KI. DS >> EDMOND, NORMAN, MOORE, MUSTG,AN YUKON, M-DIDEL PLAN TO RESUME CLASSES EXCEPT AT CERTAIN CAMPUSES WHERE CASES AND SICKNESSES REMAIN HIGH. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS AND PARENTS MAY BE CLEALD ON AGAIN TO STEP IN TO KEEP THE DOORS OPEN. >> CLASSES ARE BEING JOINED TOGETHER BECAUSE THEYON D’T HAVE ENOUGH TEACHERS OR SUBSTITUTES TO FILL THE EMPTY SPOTS OF TEACHERS NOT BEING THERE. >> OKLAHOMA CITY PLANS ONE MORE DAY OF REMOTE LEARNI. NG THE SUPERINTENDENT SAYS IT’S SO THEY CAN DETERMINE IF THEY HAVE ENOUGH STAFF TO, OT

Police officers help Moore Public Schools amid teacher shortage

“We are thankful to be able to assist our community during these difficult times,” police department officials posted on social media.

Police officers have stepped into the classrooms to help Moore Public Schools as the district faces teacher and staff shortages. >> Related Video Above: Oklahoma school districts decide when to resume in-person classes”Moore PD is a proud community partner of Moore Public Schools,” police department officials posted on social media. “We are thankful to be able to assist our community during these difficult times.”Authorities said two officers covered sixth-grade classes at Apple Creek Elementary Schools, and additional officers served at Houchin and Broadmoore elementary schools.

Police officers have stepped into the classrooms to help Moore Public Schools as the district faces teacher and staff shortages.

>> Related Video Above: Oklahoma school districts decide when to resume in-person classes

“Moore PD is a proud community partner of Moore Public Schools,” police department officials posted on social media. “We are thankful to be able to assist our community during these difficult times.”

Authorities said two officers covered sixth-grade classes at Apple Creek Elementary Schools, and additional officers served at Houchin and Broadmoore elementary schools.

https://www.koco.com/article/oklahoma-police-help-moore-public-schools/38807259

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