Return to Learn
  • The Return to Learn: Continuation of Services Plan

    Updated July 18, 2022 

     

    Moore Public Schools is adjusting our COVID-19 safety protocols, to reflect recent changes made by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), and the Cleveland County Health Department (CCHD). As always, families should keep students home from school if they are sick or exhibit symptoms of illness, and employees who are sick should not report to work. We appreciate your support and assistance as we continue to move through the 2022-23 academic school year.

     

    Return to Learn: continuation of Services Plan update, July 18, 2022

  • In-Person Learning

     

    Traditional Classroom Setting

    Learning Management System: Canvas

    All students are automatically enrolled in this learning structure.

    • Remain an MPS student
    • In-person learning, conversations, and engagement
    • Social interaction with peers and staff for preparation of living in a connected world
    • Immediate access to libraries and materials
    • Canvas connects all teachers, students, and parents for seamless learning transitions, even during short-term routine absences.
    • 24-7 online access to submitted and/or graded assignments
    • Technology and Internet provided, as needed. Certain conditions must be met. Contact your school principal with technology and/or Internet needs.
    • Participate in school-sponsored athletic and fine arts programs.

     

    Virtual Learning

     

    Online Classroom Setting

    Learning Management System: Canvas (Grades PreK-3), Canvas/Edgenuity (Grades 4-5) & Edgenuity (Grades 6-12)

    To enroll in Virtual/Online Education, grades 7-12 need to contact their school counselor and grades PreK-6 need to contact their school principal.

    • Remain an MPS student
    • Flexible schedule, individualized plan, and accessible anywhere
    • 24-7 online access to submitted and/or graded assignments
    • Communication between a virtual teacher and parent, with regular updates provided
    • Technology and Internet provided, as needed. Certain conditions must be met. Contact your school principal with technology and/or Internet needs.
    • Elementary (Grades PreK-6): Students who are failing at the end of each 9-week period will be required to return to in-person learning.
    • Secondary (Grades 7-12): Students who are failing will be individually evaluated regarding most appropriate learning option.
    • APPLIES TO SECONDARY STUDENTS ONLY: Participate in school-sponsored athletic and fine arts programs, as long as student is enrolled in one hour during regularly scheduled school day
    and physically on campus during that class period. This is NCAA compliant for one final school year, 2021-2022. This option does support some Advanced Placement (AP) and Honors courses with
    certain provisions. However, Juniors and Seniors can participate in Concurrent Courses with participating colleges.
    • Virtual learning will require in-person testing for required assessments (STAR, Report Card Assessments, Edgenuity Unit Tests, State Testing, and other assessments deemed required).

Return to Learn: Continuation of Services Plan, Updated July 18, 2022

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