Ponca City Public Schools Announces 2020-2021 Learning Options

Mike Seals - June 16, 2020 9:48 am

The health, safety, and education of our students is the top priority for Ponca City Public Schools.   Due to the current issues with COVID-19, we are requesting the input from our parents and students regarding the three different learning options.

Option 1:   On-site Learning: Traditional learning as typically offered – PreKindergarten through 12th Grade

Option 2:   Blended Learning: Online instruction through a curriculum management system, but allows for students to participate in athletic or fine arts activities offered by PCPS – 6th through 12th Grade

Option 3:   Total Online Instruction: Online instruction through a curriculum management system –Kindergarten through 12th Grade

If you are interested in Options 2 or 3, please send an email of your interest to [email protected] by 4:30 PM on July 16, 2020 so the district can beginning assessing staffing needs.   List the following information:

  • Name and Upcoming Grade Level of Each Child
  • Indicate the Site of Attendance If Your Child is Entering Kindergarten through 5th Grade
  • Indicate if Your Child is a Current PCPS Student
  • Provide a Contact Number
  •                                                                                                   

If you prefer Option 1, there is no need to email of your interest. Just participate in the Registration Process. Info may be found at www.pcps.us.

Options 2 and 3 will necessitate advisement on requirements, an interview process, and approval by PCPS.

Please see the chart below for information about each learning option.

Please do not hesitate to call 580-767-8000 for questions or information.

 

Ponca City Public Schools 2020-2021 Learning Options

OPTION 1
ALL ON-SITE
LEARNING
PreK – 12th
OPTION 2
BLENDED LEARNING
6th – 12th
OPTION 3
ALL ONLINE LEARNING

K – 12th

  • PCPS student in a traditional school setting
  • In-person learning, conversations, and engagement
  • Social interaction with peers and staff
  • Immediate access to libraries and materials
  • Technology and Internet provided, as needed
  • Participate in all activities offered by PCPS
  • Participate in online/in-person registration beginning in July. Please see PCPS Registration press release located at www.pcps.us.

 

  • Remain a PCPS student
  • Curriculum management system used for online instruction
  • Supervised by PCPS certified teacher with regular contact with student and parent
  • Technology and Internet provided, as needed
  • Participate in school-sponsored athletic and fine arts programs
  • Participate in online/in-person registration beginning in July.   Please see PCPS Registration press release located at www.pcps.us.

 

Contact Barbara Cusick, Executive Director of Curriculum, for information about Blended Learning.                      

580-767-8000

 

A representative will be available during PCPS Registration to discuss Blended Learning. This option will require an interview process through PCPS.  

 

Please email your interest to [email protected]

NO LATER THAN July 16, 2020.  

  • Remain a PCPS student
  • Curriculum management system used for online instruction
  • Supervised by PCPS certified teacher with regular contact with student and parent
  • Technology and Internet provided as needed
  • Participate in online/in-person registration beginning in July.   Please see PCPS Registration press release located at www.pcps.us

Contact Barbara Cusick, Executive Director of Curriculum, for information about Online Only Instruction for students Entering Grades 6th – 12th.  

580-767-8000

 

Contact Teri Vogele, Director of Elementary Curriculum, for information about Online Only Instruction for students Entering grades Kindergarten – 5th.

580-767-8000

 

A representative will be available during PCPS Registration to discuss Online Only Learning.   This option will require an interview process through PCPS.

 

Please email your interest to

[email protected]

NO LATER THAN July 16, 2020.  

 

 

 

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