ASTEC FAMILY RESOURCES
Listed below are links to resources for health services, food pantries, meal centers, and emergency housing in the Oklahoma City area. Many of the links below are directories that provide a list of resources from which to choose. We advise calling ahead to verify the location, operating hours, and any other important information you might need from the resources provided.
ASTEC tutoring information is listed at the bottom under "Other Helpful Resouces".
Health Services (free & low-cost)
Food Pantries & Meal Centers
405-947-6272, ask for Ms. Jolly or Ms. Martinez
1724 N.W. 4th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Call for hours and information.
Other Helpful Resources
2-1-1 is a 24-hour crisis contact center that connects those in need to important local services and resources including food assistance. It is free and confidential and operated by Heartline, a nonprofit based in Oklahoma City.
Text Your Zip Code to: 898-211
Learn more: heartlineoklahoma.org
Ask general questions, ask school-related questions, and report bullying, or any other concern.
ASTEC offers tutoring after school and on Saturdays. ASTEC administration coordinates with teachers, scholars, and parents for scheduling. You will be notified by the school if your child needs tutoring.
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act is a federal law that ensures that children experiencing homelessness, from preschool through graduation, have the same educational opportunities as housed students.
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act defines “homeless children and youths” as “individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.”
For more information about the program and/or qualification, contact the ASTEC Charter Schools McKinney-Vento Liaison, Ms. Casey Rainbolt, ASTEC Headmaster.
If you need assistance with anything that is not listed above, contact the school:
Call: 405-947-6272, select the English or Spanish option, then select #1 for elementary, #2 for middle school, or #3 for high school.
Please Note: ASTEC families facing a difficult financial time may contact their school headmaster for a waiver for activity fees or school supplies.