We believe strongly that preparing for tomorrow starts with the youth of today. That’s why we partner with our community schools to offer a variety of educational programs for teachers and students.
From providing grants for teacher projects to educating our youth about electrical safety, we strive to provide students with the resources they need to be wise energy managers in the future.
Teacher Grant Program
Last year, we provided $30,000 in project funding for 153 teachers within our service territory through the Donors Choose program. Our efforts funded 182 projects in 89 schools, all of which had the majority of students from low-income households.
4th Grade Electrical Safety Program
From Ben Franklin to Nikola Tesla to George Westinghouse, the discovery and development of electric power has been one of history's most important achievements. But when electricity isn't handled carefully, it can be deadly. Both lightning and the electricity generated from OG&E plants should be treated with respect and attention to safety.
That's why we designed the 4th Grade Electrical Safety Program to teach kids the importance of playing it safe and sound when electricity is around. We encourage families to have fun while learning safety tips for the home and outdoors. This program is FREE to 4th grade teachers in schools served by OG&E. E-mail: email@example.com if you would like to schedule the program for your class.
Watch our Kids Safety Videos
The Prairie Project
The Prairie Project was developed in the department of natural resource ecology and management at Oklahoma State University, in cooperation with OGE Energy Corp. It is an informative and useful tool for youth and teachers.
On the Prairie Project website you will find great tutorials on plants, animals, fire, grazing, and energy. You’ll also find information about how energy in the prairie comes from wind, storms, oil and natural gas, and discover how each of these forms of energy is different from one another.
OG&E supports education. Here, children from Positive Tomorrows visit Oklahoma City University's Norick Art Center to hear OGE Energy Chairman, President and CEO Sean Trauschke, OG&E COO Keith Mitchell, and OCU President Robert Henry read from their favorite books. They also viewed an exhibition with over 20 years of the best illustrations from children's literature. OG&E and Enable Midstream Partners were the exhibit sponsors.
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