Continuous Learning Plan

 

As our state continues to fight the spread of COVID-19, the State Board of Education voted on 3/25/2020 that Oklahoma high school students should not return to the classroom for the remainder of the current school year.  Although we have adult students and high school students, we followed the guidance of state and local leaders and closed all of our campuses to students and staff.  However, as recommended, Metro Tech designed a Continuous Learning Plan for both full-time high school and adult students to complete the school year remotely beginning 4/6/2020.  See this link for more information about COVID-19. 

Click here for a full statement from Bob Parrish, Superintendent/CEO. Versión en Español.

Employees and Students are asked to inform the district of COVID-19 exposure by completing the COVID-19 Exposure Report Form.


Student Resources

Information Regarding CARES Act Emergency Grant Relief For Adult Students (HEERF)

PDF fileFrequently Asked Questions for Students. Preguntas frecuentes en español.

Counselor Contacts

Counselors will be making contact with students via the email provided to the school. If you need to make changes to your contact information, phone, or address at any time please contact your counselor. Counselors are available for one-on-one sessions or any other needs.

Student Services Contact Information

Please refer to the following list for community resources during this time. Some of the resources included are internet options, food service, unemployement, utilities, etc. Program eligibility and restrictions may apply. 

We ask Metro Tech students to inform the district of exposure to COVID-19 by completing these forms.
COVID-19 Exposure Report Form
COVID-19 Travel Report Form


Employee Resources

We ask Metro Tech employees to inform the district of exposure to COVID-19 by completing these forms.
COVID-19 Exposure Report Form
COVID-19 Travel Report Form

PDF fileEmployee Rights under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act