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Above, our very own Nick Hughes being honored at the 
White House as Oklahoma‚Äôs 2016 School Counselor of the year.  
Nick is shown with his wife, Joanie Hughes.

The Oklahoma School Counselor Association (OSCA) would like to invite our members to apply for the following grants/scholarships.  The OSCA Board advocated vigorously to lower fees from $65.00 to $25 to align with our salaries in the state of OK.  We want to make membership in OSCA meaningful and not just something to list on a resume.  Here are some of the tangible benefits of your membership:

Emerging Leader Grant:  Supports travel to the amazing and incomparable professional development offered by attending the ASCA conference.  OSCA will support a school counselor in attending this conference through a $1,000 grant.  The deadline to submit this application in January 30, 2016.

Our OSCA Scholarship:  OSCA will help with a scholarship for a graduate student enrolled in a school counseling program.

RAMP Application:  Don't let the cost of submitting a RAMP application dissuade you from applying for this prestigious honor.

School Counselor of the Year:  Don't you know  a great school counselor, deserving of this honor?  Consider nominating this person.

OSCAR:  The Oklahoma School Counselor Accountability Report:  If your school district uses the TLE developed by Tulsa Public Schools, this is part of your evaluation.  Consider submitting your OSCAR for acknowledgment at our FALL conference.  Our School Counseling Summer Institute is free for members and addresses how to put together an OSCAR.

Here is the link to apply:



Thank you for supporting our OSCA 2015 Game Changer Conference.  Your support made this conference a phenomenal success.  




Please congratulate Mr. Nick Hughes of Limestone Elementary in Sand Springs for being our School Counselor of the Year.


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