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Serving McClain County families with educational programs developed to improve health, food & nutrition, money management, parenting, home-based business, and leadership development.


OCES Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) specialists and educators  work to improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans by providing educational and technical assistance. Current key areas of focus include helping state residents solve complex concerns and issues related to: High numbers of teenage pregnancies, low household-per-person income, child abuse and neglect, nutritionally inadequate diets, and needs specific to Oklahoma’s increasing number of elderly residents. FCS professionals enable individuals and families to develop the capacity for strengthening families and enhancing communities in an ever-changing world. Educational programs include: Healthy Oklahoma, Growing Strong Families, Co-Parenting for Resilience,  and Family Economic Well-Being.


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Educational Lessons



  • Family & Consumer Education Fact Sheets
    O.S.U. fact sheets related to family and consumer education.
  • Farm to You
    a traveling interactive adventure for elementary school children that follows food from the farm to the market and through the body to explore the relationships between agriculture, food and health.
  • Oklahoma Gardening Recipes
    Cooking with Barb Brown
  • Oklahoma Home and Community Education
    Oklahoma Home and Community Education, Inc., is a program of continuing education in all aspects of home and community life. The organization's ultimate mission is to educate its members to be well-informed and able to handle change in their homes and communities
  • Co-Parenting for Resilience
    Oklahoma Court Approved Class for Divorcing Parents. This is the place to find information on classes for divorcing parents. You can click on the links below to find more information about the class or simply go directly to the registration link to register for a class.
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