Metro Tech’s Springlake Campus was a FLURRY of activity with media visits!
KTUZ-TV Telemundo, El Latino American Newspaper, KFOR stopped by to learn what we are doing in health care training to help fill the gaps in the nursing shortage; our great staff provided their expertise of the value of career and technical education. KOKH Channel 25 learned about Metro Tech’s partnership with the Perry Klaassen Clinic and the space we provide for them to administer COVID vaccines to the northeast Oklahoma City community. Lastly, KFOR received great information about our MetroFit virtual exercise classes from Valerie McMurry. Have you registered yet? Classes go through April 9th. WE ARE GRATEFUL TO OUR MEDIA COMMUNITY for taking an interest in Metro Tech and sharing our good news! Because we have a lot of it!
The monthly book club continues to be a GREAT way to hear information on professional business topics in 1 short hour. Mark your calendar now for our next book review, “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing” by Daniel H. Pink – March 26th!
We got to catch up with Allan Krahl Media Director. We learned about what he and his team do.
On Thursday March 11th the PSA students got to hear from a recruitier for the Coast Guard
Chelsea Herndon is a teacher in the Biomedical Sciences Academy at STEM.
She teaches a PLTW course called Human Body Systems (HBS) which is an advanced Anatomy and Physiology course. In their first unit, her students learned about directional and regional terms of the human body.
She offered an extra credit opportunity for students to create a video “taping” 30 regional terms to their own bodies or a friend/family member’s body.
In this video submission, they had to pronounce the regional terms correctly and “tape” all 30 terms on the body correctly in under 5 minutes. In this video student Zoe Hammond (daughter of Marjorie Hammond) shows off her impressing “taping” skills on her model Journee.
The CareerTech leader of the week is MISTER David Martin!
David Martin is Assistant Superintendent of Business & Operational Services at Metro Tech.
He is a board member for the Oklahoma Community Action Agency, an advisory member for the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oklahoma, a board member of the Metro Tech Foundation, and a board member for UCO's Educational Leadership Committee.
Mr. Martin is currently involved with a Culinary Culture Project to provide a great customer experience and a culture of engagement for employees and students. This project promotes innovation shared by students, faculty and staff.
David’s passion at work is to bring value to the district by forming long lasting, positive relationships with students, faculty, staff, and stakeholders.
Mr. Martin’s hobbies include collecting Air Jordan sneakers and The Office Funko's. He also enjoys traveling and watching sports.
Thanks as always to Allan and Kio for their hard work to get the good news to each of you. Remember to stay safe, calm and clean. Have a great weekend! #MT4LIFE