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School Climate Transformation Grant


Contact Us

Office of Student Support

2500 North Lincoln
Boulevard, Suite 1-14
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Elizabeth Suddath, MPH

Executive Director of Prevention and School Climate Project Director 

Elizabeth.suddath@sde.ok.gov

(405)521-2106

Regions 1 & 5

 

Heather Graham, M.Ed. 

School Climate Specialist

Heather.graham@sde.ok.gov

(405)250-9649

Regions 4 & 9

 

Blaire Harrison, M.Ed.

School Climate Specialist

Blaire.harrison@sde.ok.gov

(405)317-9625

Regions 2, 3, & 9

 

Jenna Jones, M.Ed.

School Climate Specialist

Jenna.jones@sde.ok.gov

(918)822-4205

Regions 6 & 8

 

Amanda Sellers, LMSW

School Climate Specialist

Amanda.sellers@sde.ok.gov

(405)317-6836

Regions 7 & 8

The Oklahoma School Climate Transformation project provides training and technical assistance to schools and districts on the implementation of a multi-tiered behavioral framework to improve school climate.

The sustainable school climate transformation framework integrates the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) model with social-emotional learning and prevention curriculum to enhance the school's overall climate. 


School Climate Transformation Tool Kit

  

                             

                                                        Distance and Virtual Learning Link


Training and Technical Assistance

School Climate Specialists are able to provide training and technical assistance to all schools and districts in the areas of:

  • Multi-tiered Systems of Support 
    • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
    • Social Emotional Learning
  • Trauma Informed Training
  • Prevention Topics
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Opioid/Substance Abuse Prevention 
  • Cultural Equity

Request Professional Development:

Student Support PD Request Form

Specialists are field based and serve these nine regions across the state:

 

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Last updated on November 2, 2020