YOU CAN SUBMIT YOUR FAFSA STARTING OCTOBER 1ST!!!!!
Submitting your FAFSA is the most important thing you will do as you prepare for college. This is a chance for you to receive FREE money to pay for college. I have LOTS of information in my office about the FAFSA and there is a FREE webinar that will give you tons of info. The webinar is September 21st at noon. I know you may not be able to watch it, but your parents may be interested, so please let them know. You must register at https://tinycc/
College- and Career-Readiness Assessment Stakeholder Consultation
In compliance with Section 1111(b)(2)(H) of ESSA, Morris Public School would like to provide community stakeholders with an opportunity to provide meaningful input regarding our district’s intent to request in lieu of the statewide assessment (SAT).
Permission to administer the ACT Survey: Click on the link below to fill out the form.
COVID-19 Procedures for MPS as of August 17, 2021
In person learning for all grades
Virtual Academy for grades 3-12 via Odysseyware
Homebased Distance Learning will be made available for students who have tested positive for COVID-19
Cleaning and sanitation practices will be heightened
Students and staff should self screen and stay home if experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or any other illness
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting
If a student begins displaying COVID-19 symptoms at school, he/she should report to the nurse's office immediately
Social distancing will be encouraged
The Oklahoma Health Department encourages those who are eligible to obtain their vaccination
Mask wearing will be encouraged but optional for students, employees, and visitors
Any student who tests positive OR has symptoms and exposed to a positive COVID case may return to school after:
1) No fever for three days AND
2) Respiratory symptoms have improved AND
3) 10 days have passed since the first symptoms appeared
Any student who tested positive for COVID-19 but had not symptoms can return to school after:
1) 10 days have passed since the test
Students who are not in school because of isolation due to a positive COVID-19 test or self-quarantined because of exposure will not be counted absent for non-attendance if they complete their work through a provided distance learning platform.
Parents will be notified if it is confirmed their student has been in contact at school with someone who tests positive with COVID-19
Students will not be required to quarantine unless they become symptomatic, HOWEVER, Morris Public Schools will recommend quarantine to the exposed UNVACCINATED students for the safety of all students and staff
Decisions about having assemblies and student activities and outside attendance will be determined by factors such as the current health situation at Morris Public Schools and the community.
Our school/district has selected the Student Insurance Plan from K&K Insurance Group to make
reliable coverage available to parents. If you don’t have other insurance, this plan may be a resource to
consider. Additionally, even if you have other coverage, this plan can help fill expensive “gaps” caused by
deductible and co-pays. Coverage may be purchased at any time during the school year by visiting
Do you know a child with a disability or suspected disability age 3 to 21 years?
Morris Public School wants to identify children with established or suspected disabilities, regardless of the severity, and provide the most appropriate services to meet their individual needs. These children do not have to be enrolled in school, Head Start, day care, state institutions, other child care, or treatment facilities.
Help us to provide services to any child with a disability in need of special education and related services! Contact Stephanie George, Special Education Director, 918-733-9072 Ext. 217, PO Box 80, Morris, OK 74445.