Metro Tech announces return to campus plans
Guidelines for adults and high school students enrolled career training
OKLAHOMA CITY – Metro Tech’s foremost priority is the safety of students, customers and staff. Safety protocol is a key element in their Return to Campus Learning Plan announced today.
“Metro Tech has prepared our faculty and staff to address all learning needs of our students in three formats” said Superintendent Aaron Collins. “We will begin full time instruction for high school students and adults in a flexible hybrid format. Based on our students’ individual programs this includes all day, morning or afternoon preferences.”
Collins continued, “We realize that there are many questions and individual concerns during this time and our solutions may need additional personal customization. Because the situations impacting student and faculty safety change daily, we ask that you refer to our website for the most up-to-date information. All currently enrolled students are being contacted by the district.”
The flexible blended learning format includes face-to-face instruction and online learning, the use of technology and internet and customized learning plans. Over the summer Metro Tech invested over $1M in technology to support the learning needs of our students. In addition, transportation is available for high school students upon request.
Metro Tech is seeking input from the public and asks that questions be directed to (405) 424-8324 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Metro Technology Centers has four campuses offering full time career training programs and customized business training solutions that has been contributing to Oklahoma’s economic workforce since 1979.