Instructional Delivery Guidelines - Meridian Tech

Instructional Delivery Guidelines

Weekly Update

Week of November 16

The OSSBA COVID-19 map shows Payne County is in Red as of November 13.

For the week of November 16 we will continue with the blended learning format we have been observing. Meridian has 10 partner schools whose students attend classes on our campus. Those schools cover five counties. The status of those counties will also be considered and may factor into our decision-making as we work to keep the risk of the transmission of COVID-19 as low as possible.  We are also working closely with the Oklahoma State Department of Health.


Week of November 9

The OSSBA COVID-19 map shows Payne County is in Orange 2 as of November 6.

This week’s change in status means instruction for the week of November 9 will continue with the blended learning format we have been observing. This is a change from the announcement we made previously due to last week’s yellow status.


Instructional Delivery Guidelines

At their November 3 meeting, the Meridian Technology Center Board of Education approved revised instructional delivery guidelines related to COVID-19. Those guidelines can be found below. The guidelines take into consideration the COVID-19 map from the Oklahoma State School Boards Association. 

For students to be able to achieve their career objective, access to hands-on equipment and technology is key. We will continue to monitor the map, which is updated each Friday, knowing it could impact the delivery of instruction on the Meridian campus. If there is a change in status, we will notify you of how it will impact instructional delivery. 

Please check this web page weekly for updates.

We continue to ask students, staff and visitors to follow social distancing protocols and the city of Stillwater’s face covering ordinance requiring coverings in public spaces and educational institutions. In addition, the following health and safety precautions at this link are still in effect.

Other Factors

Meridian has 10 partner schools whose students attend classes on our campus. Those schools cover five counties. The status of those counties will also be considered and may factor into our decision-making as we work to keep the risk of the transmission of COVID-19 as low as possible. 

Our team meets regularly and is adapting as needed. The safety of our students and staff is at the forefront of our decisions and may require unforeseen adjustments to be made. We will continue to communicate via email, text messages and through our website as necessary.