Your participation is important!
The Speak Up National Research project annually polls K-12 students, parents, and educators about the role of technology for learning in and out of school. The survey provides participants with the opportunity to have input into local district technology decisions, state level initiatives, and federal policies and programs. Please help guide us by completing the survey.
The first ever Georgia Parent Survey for the 2013-2014 school year is available. It will be open from October 29, 2013-January 31, 2014. The results from the survey will be used by the Georgia Department of Education to calculate a statewide accountability rating called the School Climate Star Rating within the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI). Please visit the following link to participate in this important survey that will be published statewide as a component of the new accountability system. Click here to take the survey. Thank you for your input!
Volunteers who spend extended, independent time with students in schools are now required to review training materials provided by the Georgia Department of Education and complete a volunteer information form. Such individuals should click here to access the materials and the form, and return the completed form to the appropriate school principal.
Oconee County Elementary has once again received the Title 1 Distinguished School Award! This is the 7th year in a row that OCES has been presented with this award. A special thanks to goes to Carol Reddish, our Title 1 teacher, for all her hardwork. Congratulations!
We welcome you to our school! OCES is an exciting place to be! This website will provide you with information about our school, students, instructional program and community. We are pleased with the continual success of our students and their teacher's instructional commitment. We are fortunate to have a strong foundation of support from our parents, the community and the Board of Education. Without their support, the degree of success we have achieved would not be possible.
Nannette Varela, Principal
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Location: Oconee County Civic Center