OPC Past Events – Handouts

The Oklahoma Parents Center (OPC) is excited to offer you a one-stop place to find all past event materials.  This page will be updated after each event hosted by the OPC.  It will be in date order with the newest listed first.
Please remember that these materials are owned by the presenter and shared, with permission, by the OPC.  If you would like to share any materials, please contact the presenter directly.


2019 Resource Materials

Presentations and handouts from the 2019 events are available here for download.  Please respect copyrights as indicated on some materials.  Check back as additional resources are added as events happen.  Contact us if you have any issues with any of the files at info@oklahomaparentscenter.org.

May 24, 2019 — 13th Annual Statewide Conference (Midwest City)


2018 Resource Materials

Presentations and handouts from the 2018 events are available here for download.  Please respect copyrights as indicated on some materials.  Check back as additional resources are added as events happen.  Contact us if you have any issues with any of the files at info@oklahomaparentscenter.org.


May 22, 2018 — 12th Annual Statewide Conference (Midwest City)
May 24, 2018 — Tulsa Area Conference (Owasso)


2017 Resource Materials

Presentations and handouts from the 2017 events are available here for download.  Please respect copyrights as indicated on some materials.  Contact us if you have any issues with any of the files at info@oklahomaparentscenter.org.

May 17, 2017 — 11th Annual Statewide Conference


 Friday, February 24, 2017 — Tulsa County Parental Involvement Institute


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