The Common Good
19 S 49th W Ave
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127
Days of Operation: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Hours of Operation:
7:15AM – 3:30PM Distance Learning
3 PM – 5:30PM High School after-school program
Types of Assistance your organization provides:
Food, Meals, Childcare, Educational Activity, Recreational Activity
Number of Individuals Able to Serve Per Day: 19
Age Groups Served: K – 5th Grade, 6th – 8th Grade, High School
Ratio of kids to adults: 5:1
Average total number of kids per group: 7
Actions Required to Access Service:
Walk In, Call for Apointment, Request Online
Description of Services:
We currently offer a distance learning program for elementary-aged students while Tulsa Public Schools conducts remote learning. We also offer several after school initiatives for middle school and high school aged children.
Fees charged for services:
Computer Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Internet Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Are masks required for youth?:
Are masks required for adults?:
Please Describe your Safety Plan
Upon arrival, each guest is required to wear a face mask or shield. If a guest does not have a face mask, we will provide one. Throughout their time at our facilities, masks are mandated. Temperature checks are conducted upon entry to the building. Additionally, we follow social distancing guidelines and have one-way hallways. We ask anyone who has felt sick or had symptoms of COVID to not enter the premises.
Please describe your contact tracing plan (if someone has come in contact with COVID, how will families be notified?)
Thankfully, we have not had any COVID cases. However, we would follow the CDC guidelines and ensure each individual is notified by phone of the contact and the date of the occurrence.
Types of Donations your organization accepts for this purpose:
Food Donations, Clothing Donations
Willing to take volunteers to assist with this effort? Yes
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