OG&E offers a variety of educational programs to help teachers and schools in our communities.
OG&E feels strongly that preparing for tomorrow starts with the youth of today. That’s why we offer a variety of educational programs to help teachers and students.
OGE Energy Corp. awards teacher grants up to $1,000. They are available to teachers at public schools in OG&E’s service territories in Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. Grants are available to public school teachers of grades pre-K-12. Any creative project dealing with reading, mathematics or science will be considered. Grant funds may not be used for the following purposes: seminars, workshops, teacher or staff salaries, trips for teachers or staff, camps, competitions, field trips, reducing or eliminating debt, purchase or maintenance of computer hardware, tablets, smart phones or other electronic devices, school supplies, honoraria, capital improvement projects or advertising. Grant applications must be submitted online through our teachers portal. Click here to view the program overview.
Need help using the online application? Review the Online Application Instructions.
Our 4th Grade Electrical Safety Program is designed to teach students about electrical safety and help them encourage their families to use safety tips at home. Click here to learn more.
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 OG&E President Sean Trauschke, Enable Midstream Partners 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.
Stay safe by preparing for severe weather and other OG&E power outage situations.
Where does the energy in your home go? Take a look at how energy is used in a typical home and, more importantly, ways we can be more efficient and save money.