The CCOSA Energy Efficiency Framework provides school leaders with innovative ways to save money in order to avoid having to reduce staff and services to students.
The goal of the CCOSA Energy Efficiency Framework is to support schools in cost-saving measures so you can continue to focus on the success of the students.
In addition to the CCOSA Energy Efficiency Framework, all public schools across Oklahoma have an opportunity to apply to be a pilot school for one-on-one guidance on implementation of an energy efficiency program. Applications and pricing guidelines are now available here. CCOSA District Level Services Program members will be given first consideration.
Norman Public Schools
- Back-to-School Survey: Parents
- Back-to-School Survey: Teachers and Staff
- Back-to-School Survey: Students
Geary Public Schools
- CCOSA Continuous Learning Guidance Document
- CCOSA Continuous Learning Guidance Document– Editable
- SDE Distance Learning Guidance
District Learning Plans
Broken Arrow Public Schools
- Pre K Distance Learning
- Kindergarten Distance Learning
- 1st Grade Distance Learning
- 2nd Grade Distance Learning
- 3rd Grade Distance Learning
- 4th Grade Distance Learning
- 5th Grade Distance Learning
- 6-8th Grade Distance Learning
- 9-12th Grade Distance Learning
- Broken Arrow Distance Learning Plan
- EL Distance Learning Program
Enid Public Schools
Ft. Gibson Public Schools
- Early Learning Center Parent-Student Guide Extended Learning
- Intermediate Parent-Student Guide Extended Learning
- Middle School Parent-Student Guide Extended Learning
- High School Parent-Student Guide Extended Learning
- Early Learning Center Teacher Guide Extended Learning
- Intermediate Teacher Guide Extended Learning
- Middle School Teacher Guide Extended Learning
- High School Teacher Guide Extended Learning
Distance Learning Projects
Glenpool Public Schools
Moore Public Schools
Sand Spring Public Schools
Union Public Schools
- Ferpa AND Virtual Learning During COVID-19
- OSDE Special Services and Distance Learning Resources
- Supplemental Fact Sheet Addressing the Risk of COVID-19 in Preschool, Elementary and Secondary Schools While Serving Children with Disabilities (3/21/2020)
- Questions and Answers on Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak
- Parent Packet Cover Templates
- OSDE Parent Consent for Release of Confidential Information & Group eLearning/Teletherapy Special Education
- Supplemental Fact Sheet Addressing the Risk of COVID-19 in Preschool, Elementary and Secondary Schools While Serving Children with Disabilities
- Special Education Services Online Learning Resources
- Guidance for Related Service Providers
- OK Services Tracking Checklist for IEP Teams
- Notification of Enforcement Discretion for Telehealth
- FERPA and Virtual Learning during COVID-19
- Tracking of Telemedicine Policies & Emergency Telepractice Orders
Oklahoma State Department of Education
- Oklahoma State Department of Education Updates
- SDE COVID-19 FAQs – Updated May 13
- Approved SDE Child Nutrition Waivers Information (3/14/2020)
General Coronavirus Resources
- How to Talk to Your Kids about Coronavirus
- Hand Washing Posters
- Hand-Washing Songs for Kids
- Cleaning Electronic Devices
Resources from Education Partners
- Age of Learning (at home codes)
- Scholastic: Learn at Home
- Storyline Online (Stories read to kids)
- Khan Academy Schedule Ideas
- Rocket Math (fact practice)
- Education Technology Tools Free
- Non-Screen Activities for Home
- Education.com Resources for Home
- Home Learning Choice Board
- How to Make a Google Voice
- Wide Open School
- Digital Prairie Research and Discovery
Under the Temporary Access category, you’ll discover thousands of free ebooks courtesy of EBSCO and resources on Distance Learning as well as COVID-19.
Owasso Public Schools
Enid Public Schools
Social Media Resources
Talk to Your Kids About COVID-19 Social Media Graphics
Tips for Communication
- When communicating with employees, students and families about Coronavirus, here are a few helpful key messages and tips to keep in mind:
- The priority is the health and safety of students and employees.
- Schools work closely with public health officials and rely heavily on their guidance because they are the experts.
- Local and state health departments are the best resources for current information about Coronavirus.
- Emphasize what is known at the time of the communication.
- Include the date/time in all communications, including social media posts, because information can change quickly.
- Include best hygiene practices in communications.
- Create a web page that can be easily updated to links with the most current information from reliable sources, including the local and state health departments and the Centers for Disease Control. The best way to combat rumors and speculation is easy access to reliable information.