UPDATE: The FINAL standings are in for the September OK In the Know Achievements Challenge, but the story’s not over! Scroll down to see who made the top 10 and find out how you can keep seeing local stories about how health & wellness initiatives are moving forward all around Oklahoma.
The OK In the Know Achievements Challenge was back for the month of September 2019 to give OK In the Know members a new way to be rewarded for using the site to collaborate and learn! The theme for the month is “Everyday Heroes,” as a push to encourage you to share the big and small victories happening in your community as well as advice or lessons learned that everyone can benefit from.
Watch this page to see who makes the top 10 each week and who is named as Rockstar Collaborator, taking home bonuses of 50 points toward their scores in the Achievements Challenge!
Points and achievements can be earned in many other ways, including logging in, browsing the site, starting a conversation in the Forum, and replying to others’ posts.
What is the Achievements Challenge?
The OK In the Know team will track points earned by every user for the month of September. At the end, we’ll announce the winners who earned the most points as the Achievers of the Month.
The winners will be solely determined by the number of points earned through September 30; points accumulated prior to September do not count toward the total. However, the existing Achievements Leaderboard will continue to track overall earnings over time.
How Does it Work?
You earn points by logging in and using the site. Over time, these activities add up, and you can earn extra points by reaching certain benchmarks, or achievements.
Each achievement is assigned a certain number of points, which can be seen here on the Achievements Menu. There, you can also see which achievements you’ve earned so far.
This month, the OK In the Know team is awarding the Rockstar Collaborator and the Super Storyteller badge to OK In the Know users who are going the extra mile to share an Oklahoma Spotlight, post a thought-provoking question, share a useful tip or tool, answer others’ questions, or otherwise provide helpful insights in the Forums.
|Badge||Achievement||Points||How Do I Get This?|
The OK In the Know team will award this distinction if you’re spotted posting useful tips or tools, answering others’ questions, and more!
Share your local story in one of these ways during the September 2019 Achievements Challenge.
Your points are counted automatically, so keep using OK In the Know like you normally do. Consider trying new activities on the Achievements Menu to maximize your earning, learning, and collaboration!
Those who accumulate the most points during the month will be featured on the OK In the Know homepage and in the e-newsletter. May the friendliest and most helpful OK In the Know neighbors win!
As of September 20, our top 10 achievers were:
- Ashlyn Finch – 55
- Kayla Marler – 43
- Teresa Fenley – 29
- Summer Hurleyjacks – 27
- Karin Leimbach – 25
- Linda Callaway – 24
- Christopher Morgan – 24
- Jacob Buchanan – 20
- Vicki Lentz Wagner – 20
- Lori Lovett – 20
The final standings are in!
At the end of the month, our top 10 achievers were:
- Charlene M Shreder – 165 *Super Storyteller*
- Kayla Marler – 158 *Super Storyteller*
- Jody Reiss – 61 *Super Storyteller*
- Ashlyn Finch – 57
- Mellissa Humphrey – 55 *Super Storyteller*
- Julia Cochran – 50 *Super Storyteller*
- Kim Netz – 48
- Christopher Morgan – 41
- Karin Leimbach – 38
- Rhoda Strode – 36
*Those who earned the *Super Storyteller* badge took the time to share their local stories in one of these ways during the September 2019 Achievements Challenge. Watch the Oklahoma Spotlight section of this site for these NEW stories about how health & wellness initiatives are moving forward all around the state.
The final standings and points for the “Super Storyteller” badges have been awarded as of the end of the month, but the story’s not over!
You can still submit your own story for a chance to be featured on OK In the Know! Thanks to all who submitted their local stories about public health in action this month!