Prevention Services



Michelle Strain, MCMHC, MHR, LPC-C
Executive Director of Prevention  & Intervention Services
Department of Student Support

The Prevention Education section administers programs and initiatives that assist districts in addressing the risk behaviors in Oklahoma’s students.

School-based prevention programs and initiatives include:

School-Based Prevention Services


Sign Up for the School Climate and Prevention Services Newsletter

The School Climate and Prevention Services newsletter will feature information and resources regarding:
  • Improving school climate through multi-tiered systems of support
  • Social-emotional learning
  • Trauma-informed best practices
  • Relevant prevention topics such as bullying, substance abuse, violence and suicide
  • And more!

The newsletter will also feature "Behavior Bytes," a resource for families and classroom teachers that will feature quick tips and strategies to improve student behavior outcomes in the classroom and at home.

To sign up, visit our newsletter subscription center, enter your email address and select "School Climate & Prevention Services" under OSDE Lists.



Oklahoma Academic Standards

The Oklahoma Academic Standards for Health and Safety represent standards that describe what students should know concerning health and safety. The standards are categorized under the following: Health and Safety Literacy, Responsible Health and Safety Behavior, and Health and Safety Advocacy.

Health, Safety, and Physical Education (pdf)


Title IV Requirements

Annual Incident Report - Due June 1, submitted on the School District Reporting Website
Incident Report Definitions

School Employee Assault Form - Due July 1
Assault Form - Only to be completed if there is an assault

Unsafe School Choice Option Report - Due June 1, submitted on the School District Reporting Website
Unsafe School Choice Option Definitions
Unsafe School Choice Option Policies

Weapons Report - Due two weeks from incident
Weapons Report Form - Only to be completed if there is an incident


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Last updated on October 19, 2022