As we prepare for a beginning like no other we have seen, many details still remain unknown. However, one thing remains true even amid all the yet-to-be-determined parts of the 2020-2021 school year - our focus on providing your child a unique, personalized education in a safe and supportive environment where they feel deeply connected. We want you to know that every staff member at The Met is committed to helping your child succeed.
Met staff have been working hard over the last two weeks to complete our virtual learning plan. By Monday, you and your student will be contacted by your student's advisor with information about the Met's virtual learning plan and how your student will be participating. You can review the Met's Virtual Learning Plan here.
IGT National Response Center Supervisor Raul Polanco, who grew up in Providence and graduated from The Met School, appeared on GoLocal LIVE, where he spoke to the “opportunities right under our nose” in Providence at the IGT Contact Center — and how he rose through the ranks to now supervise over 100 employees.
20 Rhode Island high school teams have been chosen to receive XQ+RI planning grants, including The Met. Efforts represent all corners of the state and a broad range of innovative education ideas. We need your input!