COVID-19 Updates

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All Oklahoma Public Schools Are Closed Through The End Of The 2019-2020 School Year

At this time, all schools and offices are not scheduled to reopen until the 2020-2021 school year begins.  Please reach out to your/the specific school with any questions (contact information on their website).  You may contact our Administration Building by email in the event of an urgent need or emergency, and we will respond as soon as possible.

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Introduction To Continuous/Distance Learning

Below you will find our leveled Continued Learning Plans.  These plans have been thoughtfully developed with MPS teachers to provide you with at-home learning tasks that are high interest and aligned to our Oklahoma Academic Standards. 

We don’t expect families to replicate the teacher and classroom experience, but we hope you will engage your child in learning with the daily activities provided in each content area.  

In each plan, you will find 5 weeks of learning tasks.  Each week, your student will have:

  • 5 Reading Tasks (15-20 minutes daily) 

  • 3 Math Tasks  (20 minutes- 3 days per week) 

  • 2 Science/STEM Tasks  (20-30 minutes- 2 days per week) 

  • 2 Social Studies Tasks (15-20 minutes- 2 days per week) 

  • Journaling  (15-20 minutes daily) 

  • Daily Reading  (20 minutes daily)

  • We also encourage at least 30-60 minutes of daily outdoor play. 

In addition to these tasks, it’s important that students continue writing about their experiences.  You can provide them with paper or a notebook to keep as a journal. There are journaling “sentence starters” included in the weekly plans that will be helpful for getting them started.  

The most important thing you can do is read with your child, or have them read a book of their choice for at least 20 minutes per day.  To get the most out of their reading experiences, have students retell the story or ask them questions about the book. There are boxes at the bottom of each week’s lessons that will help you track your child’s at-home reading.  

Your student’s teacher will be in contact with you throughout this continued learning experience.  They will be connecting with your family through emails, phone calls, or virtual chats. They are available to guide and support, answer any questions you might have, and to stay connected to your child’s learning.  

Teachers are available via email Monday through Friday of each week.  

When the MPS Board of Education determines our final day of the school year, another packet will be available with end-of-year learning activities.   

Please come back often as new resources (such as MyOn, Lexia, & more will be added).  Also, don’t forget to check out your school’s website and social media posts on Facebook and Instagram for messages from teachers and principals, updates, and to stay connected with your learning community!