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Health

Epic Charter Schools provides families with various health resources regarding child health and information on common illnesses during the school years. Below is a set of resources, links to county health departments, and our Healthy Habits video series.

Healthy Habits

Healthy Habits

Healthy Habits
Healthy Habits EP 30: Apple Tuna Bites

Healthy Habits EP 30: Apple Tuna Bites

05:44
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Healthy Habits EP 29: Crockpot Chicken

Healthy Habits EP 29: Crockpot Chicken

05:53
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Healthy Habits EP 28: Peanut Butter Protein Bites

Healthy Habits EP 28: Peanut Butter Protein Bites

06:02
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Health Habits Cooking Show

Oklahoma is ranked 17th in the nation for obesity. Within the last 2 years, this has continued to rise with the ‘stay at home’ order due to the pandemic. We intend to make efforts to get families eating healthy. We plan to overcome the health issues related to obesity in the state and within Epic. When students’ physical needs are met, they are prepared for successful academics.

Take a look at how one of our Epic students is practicing a healthy habit by preparing a quick and nutritious meal. Be looking for more episodes as we partner with ENN (Epic News Network) to provide families with food recipes that are affordable and easy to make. Families will have access to all of the Healthy Habits Cooking Videos on YouTube, social media, and our Family Engagement Department newsletters. 

Covid Resources

Return to Learn Plan

Epic strives to provide an environment where students, families, and employees feel safe. The plan includes a host of considerations to address the variety of issues and contingencies that may impact operations and instruction amid the continued incidence of COVID-19 and associated variant strains.

COVID-19 Reporting

The State Department of Education has amended its previous policy for COVID-19 reporting to now include requiring schools to report COVID exposures and infections of students who learn virtually as well as school staff who work/teach virtually. 

This means that any Epic student or staff member with close contact to an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19, or who has themselves tested positive, will be asked to report this to Epic so we may report it to the state.

Asbestos Notice

Asbestos Notice

The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act of 1986 requires the inspection of all the buildings in a school district for asbestos. Epic Charter School has complied with this act. Management plans documenting these inspections are on file for public review. To review the Management Plan on file please contact facilities@epiccharterschools.org or call (405) 749-4550 during normal business hours. Copies of the Management Plans are also available at the Administrative Offices at 1900 NW Expy R3, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118.

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