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Social Engagement Activities

Students will be invited to various virtual social engagement activities throughout the school year. These activities may or may not be academic in nature and are designed to allow students and staff to build relationships and have fun. As a part of ISOK’s Social Emotional Learning programs, these activities will help promote students’ self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships, and responsible decision-making skills, as well as improve student attitudes and beliefs about self, others, and the school. The Social Engagement Activities will be offered many times throughout a semester outside of general instruction time so that students can attend without missing required class. Activities could include lessons in baking, dancing, yoga, gaming, crafting, reading, singing, playing instruments, and more. All students are welcome.

Extracurricular Activities

Our extracurricular activities will focus on developing a strong sense of “community” among our students. We offer student council, and a variety of clubs where Insight School of Oklahoma students will be able to connect with students around the world in robust online extracurricular programs via K12 Virtual Schools LLC (Stride K12) International Clubs.
Community Family Advisors will organize outings and events for families in their communities. Families will be involved with determining which events occur each month. If you have an idea or want to get more involved, contact your Community Family Advisor. These events provide opportunities for students, teachers, and families to connect and build a strong educational community. ISOK does not provide transportation for any school related activities. (See the complete policy in Appendix C: Student Field Trip and Activity Policy.) For in-person meetings, staff members will follow ISOK safety procedures and public-school meeting policies.

Student-Led Groups

Students may organize non-curricular groups during non-instructional time. Groups may have a sponsor and will be assigned a staff member to attend meetings for the safety of the students. Students are still expected to follow school expectations of respect during student-led groups. To request use of the school classroom (Class Connect) for a student-led group, email the Head of School, Jennifer Wilkinson at [email protected]
This information is from the Board-approved ISOK Handbook for SY 2021-2022, revised September 2021.