May 14, 2021

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Oklahoma Board of Education puts Western Heights School District on probation over complaints

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The Oklahoma Board of Education voted unanimously to put Western Heights School District on probation for 90 days to make corrective actions following complaints. During a board meeting Friday morning, members discussed performance review and the accreditation status of the Western Heights Independent School District, voting to put the district on probation for 90 days for corrective action and close monitoring to address the complaints. Related Video Above: Western Heights Public Schools to resume food deliverySuperintendent Joy Hofmeister sent a letter to the district, requesting its appearance at the board meeting after expressing concern surrounding the operations, decisions and outcomes in the district. “The concerns stem from the numerous complaints received by the Oklahoma State Department of Education and its determination that the district has failed to comply with Oklahoma laws and regulations,” the letter stated.The district faces a number of complaints, including failure to provide in-person instructional services to students since March, determination in spring 2020 to discontinue provision of nutritional services to students, among other complaints. KOCO 5’s Patrina Adger is following the latest in this story. Tune in at 5 and 6 p.m.

The Oklahoma Board of Education voted unanimously to put Western Heights School District on probation for 90 days to make corrective actions following complaints.

During a board meeting Friday morning, members discussed performance review and the accreditation status of the Western Heights Independent School District, voting to put the district on probation for 90 days for corrective action and close monitoring to address the complaints.

Related Video Above: Western Heights Public Schools to resume food delivery

Superintendent Joy Hofmeister sent a letter to the district, requesting its appearance at the board meeting after expressing concern surrounding the operations, decisions and outcomes in the district. “The concerns stem from the numerous complaints received by the Oklahoma State Department of Education and its determination that the district has failed to comply with Oklahoma laws and regulations,” the letter stated.

The district faces a number of complaints, including failure to provide in-person instructional services to students since March, determination in spring 2020 to discontinue provision of nutritional services to students, among other complaints.

KOCO 5’s Patrina Adger is following the latest in this story. Tune in at 5 and 6 p.m.

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