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Shari Gateley Mar 29
A7 - I think this is where voice/choice come in. These Ss should still have have access to grade level content BUT let them show you how they are learning. I think we will be pleasantly surprised what kids come up w/when they aren't confined to the box.
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Tyler Bridges Mar 29
Welcome Superintendent Hofmeister. Let me be the first to THANK YOU for your incredible leadership these past few weeks.
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Terry Saul, Ed.D Mar 29
A3 This!👇 impressive
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Dr. Jason James Mar 29
Don't let off the hook - has developed a hotline where people can request food, school supplies, or mental health advocacy. They are on the forefront of making sure their Ss are taken care of at every turn. Amazing
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Joy Hofmeister Mar 29
Hi —joining tonight’s chat a little late. Eager to catch up w/ everyone as we prepare for through the remainder of the school year.
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Tiffany Neill Mar 29
A4: Here are a few of the MS sample tasks shared this week. Check out the full guidance document for additional resources and technology advice.
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Adam McPhail Mar 29
A3) our child nutrition staff is the best in . Last week, we served 4,288 hot lunches last week! Every meal we served at lunch was cooked and boxed; nothing was premade.
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Joy Hofmeister Mar 29
Replying to @wfryer
True. But I’m determined to use this time to get access for every student and family across Oklahoma.
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Joy Hofmeister Mar 29
Replying to @gwtiawah @bridgestyler
I don’t think we are asking parents to homeschool. Let’s focus more on engaging together to support students during an unprecedented time. Remembering that it’s not permanent but temporary. Yet, we can use this time to build stronger connections between schools & families.
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OK State Dept of Ed Mar 25
State Board of Education votes 7-0 to keep Oklahoma school buildings closed, implement distance learning plans for remainder of school year due to pandemic. In-person instruction & extracurricular activities are cancelled, but "learning must continue"-
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Adam McPhail Mar 28
Assistance Hotline for Press 1 for food Press 2 for school supplies Press 3 for social emotional support
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Dr. April Grace Mar 29
A2: Prayer, prayer, and more prayer!! Exercise, different playlists on the way to work, read each night.
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Joy Hofmeister Mar 28
Hey there, — Take the next 10 mins and watch this interview w/Dr. Fauci👇
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OETA Mar 26
OETA and have teamed up to provide distance learning options to Oklahoma's teachers and students. You can read more about this exciting program here → . A Few Highlights (see thread)...
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Oklahoma Policy Institute 1m
OK Policy has called on lawmakers and the State Department of Education to continue working together to ensure Oklahoma school support employees are paid during school closures.
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OK State Dept of Ed Mar 27
AVAILABLE NOW: Check out our new Distance Learning page for resources tailored to teachers, admins & families. The frameworks and resources on this page are to support, not dictate, how you should implement distance learning. Check back often!
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Julia Kirt Mar 29
Julia Kirt here, State Senator & proud punk school parent. Mostly dropped in to to say thank you and cheer you on
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Krista Steiner Mar 29
A6) I am hoping to possibly do some "cooking" classes in target language (Spanish) with my students. Our Hispanic club usually cooks a lunch once a month...so why stop now?
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Andrea Sifers Mar 29
A6: My building created a list of 60 activities for our students to choose from each day as their distance learning opportunity. Instead of focusing on what we can’t do, we focused on what we get to do.
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CCOSA Mar 30
USDA approves Oklahoma's request for free meals for all students regardless of school free and reduced lunch percentage
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