PBIS - Positive Behavior Intervention Support
Congratulations to our October Super Chiefs, recognized for their reponsible behavior!
The dates of the Fall Book fair are November 17-21. Vote for your child's teacher to be Queen of the Book Fair - one penny=one vote! Baggies for change will be sent home with some informational letters on Friday the 31st, and jars for voting will be set up in the media center.
We need volunteers to work at the book fair! If you are interested, please sign up here:
The Georgia Parent Survey for the 2014-2015 school year is available. It will be open from . 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.
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 and represents the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered stakeholder voice on digital learning. Please click the image for more information, and the instructional documents are below.
Grade Levels: Kindergarten-2nd; Special Needs Pre-School
School Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Tardy Bell: 7:45 a.m.
Average Class Size: 20
Teaching Staff: 40 certified, highly qualified teachers; 20 paraprofessionals
Special Programs: Gifted Education; Special Education; Pre-School
Technology: SMARTboards in each classroom, student computers in each classroom, 2 computer labs, Flip video cameras, document cameras, student response systems, Nooks, iPads
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 use the links below to access the materials and the form, and return the completed form to the appropriate school principal. Thank you.
In an effort to reduce the amount of paper sent home with all students, Oconee County Schools will now offer online Community Flyers! Please check here often for updated flyers!
Click this link to like the OCPS Facebook page!
The Oconee County Grading and Reporting Parent's Guide is available online to help you understand your child's report card and the criteria used to evaluate his or her progress. Please visit this link for information:
Be sure to visit these local businesses on Spirit Nights!
We ask that you do not email transportation changes to your child's teacher. Often teacher email is not checked until after dismissal at the end of the day. Thank you for your help!