About Our Learning Centers
EPIC entered into a charter contract with Rose State College to operate learning centers in Tulsa and Oklahoma counties beginning with the 2017-18 school year.
EPIC will continue to serve its more than 9,000 students in 77 counties but can now offer on-site learning centers for its Tulsa and Oklahoma county students, thanks to the Rose State sponsorship.
Student enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year began on February 5, 2018. The learning centers operating thus far for Oklahoma and Tulsa County are located at 11911 N. Pennsylvania Ave. in Oklahoma City and 3810 S. 103rd East Avenue, Suite 102 in the Woodward Building in Tulsa. More locations may follow. Students attending these sites must be residents of either Oklahoma or Tulsa County, respectively, and must be in grades Prek-6.
Oklahoma City Blended Learning Center
11911 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
Tulsa Blended Learning Center
3810 S. 103rd East. Ave., Suite 102
Tulsa, OK 74146
Test Schedule by Grade:
(Click on the subject below for Blueprints)
- 3rd Grade – Math & English Language Arts
- 4th Grade – Math & English Language Arts
- 5th Grade – Math, English Language Arts with Writing Component & Science
- 6th Grade – Math & English Language Arts
Grade Level Standards:
Links to Specific Programs:
- ABC Mouse
- Compass Learning
- IXL Learning
- OKC Dreambox
- Reading Eggs & Math Seeds
- Reading Plus
- Study Island
- Tulsa Dreambox
Each EPIC Blended Learning Center has a Wellness Committee comprised of students, parents and faculty. The site principal oversees the committee.
- Heather Bullock, Oklahoma City Blended Learning Center Principal
Phone: 405-749-4550, Ext. 185
- Emily Redmond, Tulsa Blended Learning Center Principal
Phone: 405-749-4550, Ext. 128
Documents & Links:
- Wellness Policy (pdf document)
- Diarrheal Illness Prevention in Schools – Oklahoma State Department of Health
- Hand Hygiene: Steps | Kids | Adults – OSDH
- Head Lice: Treatment Tips | Household Cleaning | Treatment Calendar | Multiplication Calendar – OSDH
- Influenza: 2017-18 Seasonal Flu Facts | Prevention & Control Recommendations in Schools – OSDH
- Oklahoma State Department of Health Resources for Schools & Child Care Settings
- Too Sick for School? When should a child stay home from school for illness? – OSDH
EPIC Blended Learning Centers provide meals for children during the school day. Families are encouraged to complete and submit the Household Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals Application. You may click on the link below for the application, or pick up a copy at the Blended Learning Center. Please return the completed application to your site principal.
- 2017-2018 Household Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals (interactive pdf)
- Frequently Asked Questions About Free and Reduced-Price School Meals (pdf document)
- Food Safety/Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System (pdf document)
- EPIC Blended Learning Center’s Menu (pdf document)