OKLAHOMA COST ACCOUNTING SYSTEM (OCAS)
SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCIAL INFORMATION
On June 6th, 2010 Senate Bill 1633, otherwise known as the "School District Transparency Act" was signed into law. This law, effective November 1, 2010, requires that the Oklahoma State Department of Education make available certain information on its website as pertaining to Oklahoma Public School Districts' expenditures, cost descriptions, amounts of funds spent, types of transactions, copies of credit card statements, and current per pupil expenditure figures. The database does not include voluntary payroll deductions for employees to receiving parties.
OYACS Financial Reports
Oklahoma Youth Academy Charter School Wellness Policy
2019 OYACS Wellness Policy
BULLYING, HARRASSMENT, SECRET SOCIETIES AND HAZING
The Office of Juvenile Affairs Board of Directors, Administration and Faculty will not tolerate bullying, harassment, secret societies, gangs or hazing in any manner or form. The Office of Juvenile Affairs Board of Directors will not recognize or sanction secret societies formed wholly or in part from the membership of students attending OYACS. This policy is in effect while any student is under the supervision of school authorities. Violations of this policy may result in disciplining action, including dismissal from school.
OJA SCHOOL RECEIVES 2016 A-F GRADES
Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center in Tecumseh
Southwest Oklahoma Juvenile Center in Manitou
Asbestos Inspection Guideline:
The Oklahoma Youth Academy Charter School (OYACS) exists to serve the unique academic, physical, social and emotional needs of students who are in critical periods of their lives. The School’s mission statement is as follows:
Our mission is to provide an individualized education, which encompasses academic, social, emotional, and employment skills for highly challenged youth in a non-traditional setting. This will be accomplished by encouraging self-worth and determination in a supportive atmosphere with dedicated teachers and staff that will assist youth toward realizing their true potential.
OYACS faculty and staff have joined this ground-breaking project because they believe education can greatly improve the lives of Oklahoma’s most at-risk youth. Although time-tested instructional methods that have proven effective will be retained and utilized in the classroom, OYACS faculty will eagerly embrace creative and innovative techniques for improving learning for OJA’s unique population of students.
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