Morris Virtual Learning Academy
The Board of Education and Administration of Morris Public Schools is pleased to announce a new program for our District--the Morris Virtual Learning Academy. This new program will offer students the opportunity to take online courses using Internet-based curriculum that can be accessed anytime, anywhere. Courses will be interactive and supported as students communicate with highly qualified teachers.
This program will target two types of students. The first is the student needing a quality education that is alternative to the traditional school setting while allowing the student to participate in extra-curricular activities such as band, athletics, and FFA. The second is the high school student who would like to see his or her schedule enhanced with course offerings that are above current offerings of MPS.
This opportunity is limited to current Morris Public School students or students who are bona fide residents of the district. We will be accepting applications from residents who are on a home-school program as well. Requirements for acceptance and other information including timeline and application are provided in the links below.
We will be having a informational meeting at the Morris High School Cafeteria at 6 pm tonight, June 17th .
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
VISTA volunteer opportunity with Americorps
Morris Public Schools has been awarded a VISTA volunteer opportunity with Americorps to work with our school district in the areas of drug education, attendance monitoring, and student development. We will be selecting a volunteer to begin working on August 1, 2019.
The volunteer is paid a living allowance of $1,023.00/month from Americorps. The volunteer is expected to work on average 40 hours per week. The district will provide travel and mileage reimbursement, work space, computer, etc.
If you are interested in helping our students at Morris through this volunteer position, please contact the superintendent:
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, 405-733-9072 Ext. 217, PO Box 80, Morris, OK 74445.
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