Energy Framework

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.

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Continuous Learning

CCOSA Blended Learning 2.0

Guidance Documents

District Learning Plans

Broken Arrow Public Schools

Enid Public Schools

Ft. Gibson Public Schools 

Parent-Student Guides

Teacher Guides

Distance Learning Projects

Glenpool Public Schools

Moore Public Schools

Sand Spring Public Schools

Union Public Schools

Communication Resources

Owasso Public Schools

Letter to Parents

Enid Public Schools

Phone Script for Parent Calls

 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.

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