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In compliance with Oklahoma Senate Bill 21
Mid-America Technology Center Staff district-wide have undergone training
addressing suicide awareness and prevention.
The course outline for the curriculum shall be made available to the public online. The curriculum taught to MATC staff was from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, taught by Mrs. Potter (Certified Trainer). Course information can be found here.