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COVID-19 Community Resource Packet

Community Family Advisors and Family Resource Coordinators have compiled resources from around the state to assist our Oklahoma families during this unprecedented time. Listed below are several statewide resources and links to more specific regional/community resources. We will continue to update this resource packet as more information comes available. Please let your CFA know if there is any additional support you may need during this time. We are here for you.
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Welcome to Our New Website!

Thank you for visiting our new website! Please check back often as updates are made, and click on article headlines to view full stories where applicable.
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3 Things that Might Surprise You About Online Education

There are some misconceptions about online learning. Sheryl Tatum knows this first-hand serving as the Head of School for Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy and Insight School of Oklahoma. Read Sheryl's 3 things that might surprise you about online education in Oklahoma City Moms Blog.
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After years of epileptic seizures, Blanchard student beating the odds

After years of having seizures, Insight School of Oklahoma student Ty Goodwin is beating the odds and graduating from high school. Online learning has helped him to focus on his studies without the worry of having a seizure in class, in front of other students. Watch his interview with KFOR-TV.
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Oklahoma Family Farm Trying to Reduce Food Waste

Insight School of Oklahoma 16-year-old Brayleigh Gregory is a farmer and entrepreneur. Online learning allows Brayleigh to make a difference in her community by following her passion of reducing food waste through her produce business, Diamond G Produce. Watch the entire news story here.
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Mission Statement

Insight School of Oklahoma ("ISOK") will provide students who are struggling with their education an alternative academic program to help them stay in school, achieve a high school diploma, and be prepared for success in college, work and life.