Alternative Education


Contact Us

Jennifer Wilkinson
Director of Alternative Education
(405) 522-0276.

Missy Corn
Alternative Education Specialist
(405) 831-1242.

If you are interested in placing a student in the local Alternative Education program, please contact your high school administration office for specific program information in the school district where you reside.

 

Spring Regional Meetings

Please register for the meeting of your choice below.  We look forward to seeing you soon.

Alt Ed Northeast Spring Regional Meeting

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

9 am – 12 pm

Central Technology Center

1720 South Main St., Sapulpa, OK 74066

(918) 224 - 9300

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/alt-ed-northeast-spring-regional-meeting-tickets-54644940488

 

Alt Ed Northwest Spring Regional Meeting

Thursday, February 21, 2019

9 am – 12 pm

High Plains Technology Center – Room 206

3921 34th St., Woodward, OK 73801

(580) 256 - 6618

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/alt-ed-northwest-spring-regional-meeting-tickets-54655267376

 

Alt Ed Central Spring Regional Meeting

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

9 am – 12 pm

OK State Dept. of Education – Conference Room 215

2500 N. Lincoln Blvd., OKC, OK 73105

(405) 521 - 3301

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/alt-ed-central-spring-regional-meeting-tickets-54617321880

 

Alt Ed Southeast Spring Regional Meeting

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

9 am – 12 pm

Kiamichi Technology Center – Multi-Purpose Room

301 Kiamichi Technology Center, McAlester, OK 74501

(918) 426 - 0940

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/alt-ed-southeast-spring-regional-meeting-tickets-54655478006

 

Alt Ed Southwest Spring Regional Meeting

Thursday, February 28, 2019

9 am – 12 pm

Canadian Valley Technology Center

1401 West Michigan Ave., Chickasha, OK 73018

(405) 224 - 7220

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/alt-ed-southwest-spring-regional-meeting-tickets-54655690642

 
If you have questions, contact Jennifer Wilkinson, Director of Alternative Education, at jennifer.wilkinson@sde.ok.gov.

 

Oklahoma uses alternative education programs to reduce dropouts and enhance graduation rates across the state. While, every program must incorporate 17 research-based components that include individualized and effective instruction, clear and measurable program goals and objectives, counseling and social service components, and individualized graduation plans for all students, the approach of each district or cooperative program reflects local differences. The video linked below tells the story of three Oklahoma students and how each of their alternative education programs enabled them to become successful graduates.

Additional videos, webinars, products, and tools created under the High School Graduation Initiative grant to support and highlight strategies implemented to serve rural students across the county are available on the US Department of Education Programs webpage.

 

 
    
Last updated on February 11, 2019