Dear Families, Faculty, and Staff,

The following distance learning plan has been developed with the best interest of your child(ren) in mind. Our intent is to deploy the resources for distance learning on Friday, March 27 between 1 and 7 pm for implementation on Monday, March 30th.  Details are listed below. We are dedicated to continuing to provide all the students in our building with learning opportunities that will help them to develop the skills they need to be successful. 

Please understand that while we continue to educate your child(ren), we are implementing instructional practices and expectations that are very different from what is experienced every day in a traditional classroom. To that end, please have patience with our faculty and staff, and know that your feedback and communication is welcome. In order for this endeavor to be successful, our teachers will be communicating clearly and consistently with students and families.  Teachers in Grades 6-8 will communicate through your child’s school email and utilize Google Classroom, Google Drive, Playposits, and Renaissance Math.  Teachers of students in Grades 1- 3 and 5 will communicate via email using FACTS SIS Family Portal (ParentWeb). Grade 4 will continue using Edmodo.  Initially, all students will have a paper packet for pick up from the school.  This packet will include 3rd quarter report cards, as well as ACT, Aspire scores for 3rd, 5th, and 7th grades. All items from your middle school child’s locker will be returned at this time.

In Catholic schools, we believe that parents are the primary educators of their children. Parents, please support your children and enable their success by expecting them to complete their assignments. Encourage them to reach out to their teachers if they are confused about an assignment, content, or expectations by communicating with teachers. We will continue to monitor the needs of our community related to COVID-19 and will provide an updated distance learning plan as the need arises.

We are, primarily, a Catholic school, and our mission, rooted in charity, humility, and excellence, continues to be focused on producing young people who are formed in God’s love and mercy. I tell the students every day to work hard and be nice.  Now is the time for them to work harder than ever. Work hard reading every day for at least 30 minutes.  Work hard practicing math facts and committing them to memory.  Work hard on the assignments their teachers send. I often write in yearbooks to the children to play hard and work hard, but to pray harder.  This is a time in our world when we should pray hard and without ceasing.  Thank you for your patience and support.


Brenda K. Tener, M. Ed. 


Distance Learning School Schedule

The school building is closed.  School business will be conducted remotely Monday-Friday from 9 am to 2 pm by phone (405-737-4496).  The principal is also available by email (  Please allow 24 hours for a reply (excluding weekends). Anyone needing to enter the school building must make an appointment and take their temperature upon entering and leaving.

Distance Learning Teacher Schedule

Each teacher will have virtual office hours from 9 am – 10 am, 1 pm to 3 pm, and 7-8 pm.  Teachers are also available via email.  Please allow teachers 24 hours for a reply (excluding weekends).

Mrs. Cote:

Mrs. States:

Mrs. Allison:

Mrs. Miller:

Mrs. Chong:

Mrs. Stine:

Mrs. Strobel:

Mrs. Burns:

Mr. Bleecker:

Ms. Arteaga:

Mrs. Herron:

Mrs. Hawkins:

Mrs. Schmidlkofer:

Miss Eva:

Mrs. McGleish:

Mrs. Burris:

Family Packet Pick-up

Families with children in the preschool will drive through the circle at the front of the school and packets will be delivered to the car. Families with children in Grades K-8 will use the north parking lot just like afternoon dismissal, and the packets will be delivered to the car by administration and faculty. Families with children in both grade levels will use the preschool pick-up plan.  Directions for accessing the online FACTS SIS Family Portal (ParentWeb) will be included in the packet.

Please remain in your car and practice social distancing guidelines.  This is a delivery process only.  Teachers will not be engaging in conversation as they also will be practicing social distancing guidelines.  We will be available to you by email and will answer any questions you or your child may have in a timely manner. 

Student Attendance Policy

Attendance will be monitored through the student responding to a daily writing prompt. Students in Grades 6-8 grade will receive their prompt via their school email from the homeroom teacher.  Students in Grades kindergarten – 3 and 5 will receive their prompt in FACTS SIS Family Portal (ParentWeb). Students in Grade 4 will receive their prompt via Edmodo. Assignments will vary and be driven by the teacher but could be a simple response to a discussion board question, but could also be a quiz or an essay. What is important to note is that attendance will be taken each day.  

Tips for Success

  • Identify a space in your home where your child can participate in remote classroom activities and complete schoolwork.
  • Have your device charged and ready to go every day before you begin. 
  • Create a schedule to stay on track each day.
  • Check-in for attendance by 3 pm each day.
  • Complete assignments by 7 pm on the due date (9 pm for Grades 6- 8).  
  • Take breaks as needed.
  • Email your teacher immediately if you are having technical issues or don’t understand something.
  • Just as when attending class on campus, students are required to follow the Family Handbook. This includes all aspects of student behavior including social media posts. Rules about academic honesty still apply. Work is to be done individually unless specified otherwise. 


Grades will be maintained through FACTS SIS in the same manner as normal. A grade will be taken once a week for religion, social studies, math, science, and English language arts.  Teachers will work carefully and creatively to create assessments that set students up for success. They are encouraged to employ flexible and creative assessments. Teachers will communicate to students what is expected for each assessment and how students are to submit their work. Please know that no student will be penalized for something that is not in their control.  Physical education, music, art, and Spanish will be addressed through enrichment activities.  If not included in the packet, the information will be coming from the teacher by email at a later time. 

Please remember that all of the faculty, staff, and administration are dedicated to the education of your child(ren).

Blessed Stanley Rother, pray for us.

St. Michael the Archangel, protect us.

St. Philip Neri, pray for us.

The campus will be closed through Wednesday, February 17. Virtual/distance learning will be in place beginning 2/16/21.

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