Otha  Grimes Scholarship Recipients

Otha Grimes Scholarship Recipients

Five Red River Technology Center Practical Nursing students were awarded the Spring 2021 Otha Grimes Scholarship by the Oklahoma Foundation for Career and Technology Education. The scholarships, which vary in amount, are awarded twice a year in the fall and spring. Receiving the scholarships were Emily Telles, $500.00; Jayla Hale, $400.00; Hailee Wheatley, $400.00; Laura Scifres, $500.00; and Jayden Barbe, $500.

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Title IX Trainings

Title IX training resources from the Sept. 10, 2020, OSSBA professional development titled “Title IX: Understanding New Federal Rules and Regulations”. Attending the training were: Dennis Loafman, Superintendent; Brook Holding, Assistant Superintendent; Lisa Williams, A&CD and BIS Coordinator; and Sylvia Loveday, Program Director.

Title IX Regulations: Revisions

Title IX Investigation Steps

Is This a Possible Title IX Issue?

Investigation Timeline

Title IX Investigation – Supportive Measures

Notice of Title IX Investigation and Interview

Notice of Title IX Interview

Notice of Temporary Delay

Emergency Removal

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Title IX Coordinators

Brook Holding, Assistant Superintendent

3300 W. Bois D’Arc Ave.

Duncan, OK 73534

580-255-2903, 226

bholding@rrtc.edu

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Return to Learn COVID-19 Plan

Return to Learn COVID-19 Plan

Click here to download the Red River Technology Center Return to Learn Plan

Red River Technology Center

Return to Learn COVID-19 Plan

Introduction and Summary

RRTC is committed to providing an excellent educational opportunity for its students while, at the same time, mitigating the risks associated with the COVID-19 virus during the 2020-2021 school year.  Our success in this endeavor will be greatly dependent on you; the students, parents, clients, and staff.  We will ask you to perform self-screenings daily before coming to RRTC.  Students and staff who are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, or who have been exposed to COVID-19 should notify the RRTC office and STAY HOME.  Students and staff who are required to stay home due to the impact of COVID-19 will be given the opportunity to work virtually to the extent possible.

RRTC has established an educational framework to adapt to the ever changing COVID-19 situation.  The framework has plans for our educational platform to adjust from a traditional setting, to a modified A/B setting, and to a temporary distance setting as the COVID-19 situation will determine.  Due to the nature of learning in our programs, it is the intent of RRTC to have students on campus, in some form, to the greatest extent possible while utilizing the guidelines of the ODCTE, OSDE, OSDH, and CDC to mitigate the risks of COVID-19.  We look forward to working together with you to have a safe and productive school year.

 

 

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Health Careers HOSA-Future Health Professionals Chapter Elects Officers

Health Careers HOSA-Future Health Professionals Chapter Elects Officers

The RRTC Health Careers HOSA-Future Health Professional morning and afternoon chapters recently elected officers for the 2020-2021 school year. The students elected as officers are:

AM Health Careers HOSA-Future Health Professionals Chapter: Haleigh Johnson, Temple HS, President; Tori Spruill, Duncan HS, President; Kaydi Allen, Duncan HS, Vice-President; Lauran Absher, Duncan HS, Secretary; Ashley Souter, Marlow HS, Treasurer; Estrella Sanchez, Marlow HS, Reporter; and Brooklyn Sullivan, Velma-Alma HS, Parliamentarian.

PM Health Careers HOSA-Future Health Professionals Chapter: Jade Gallaher, Duncan HS, President; Marissa Chandler, Comanche HS, Vice-President; Hope Cummings, Waurika HS, Secretary; Rolando Perez, Velma-Alma HS, Reporter; Emma Rouse, Empire HS, Parliamentarian; and Cheyanne Young, Duncan HS, Historian.

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