Oak Knoll Named Highest-Progress School
A Highest-Progress School is among the 10 percent of the state's Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of the "all students" group over three years on the statewide assessments. A school may not be classified as a High-Progress school if it has been identified as a Priority, Focus, or Alert School.
"The schools on this list represent some of the finest efforts being put forth in Georgia education," State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge said. "The educators, parents, students, and communities who came together to move these schools forward should take great pride in the results."
Title 1 Information
Notification of Title 1 Status
Notification of Title 1 Status (Spanish)
Parent Right-To-Know (Spanish)
School-Parent-Student Compact and Parental Involvement Policy Revisions for 2014-2015
All students participating in a Title I, Part A program, and their families are asked to participate in the revision of the School-Parent-School Compact and the Parental Involvement Policy for the 2014-2015 school year. The purpose of the compact is to tell how the parents, the entire school staff and the students will share the responsibility for academic achievement and how Oak Knoll and all of our parents will build and develop a partnership to help your child succeed.
All parents are also asked to participate in making revisions to the Parental Involvement Policy.
Please visit the Parent Resource Center and submit your revisions to these documents or email your revisions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in joining the PTA, volunteering on a PTA Committee (Membership, Fundraising, Health & Wellness, etc.), or have questions or suggestions, please contact the PTA at OakKnollElemPTA@gmail.com
Oak Knoll Elementary School is a Uniform School
All students are strongly encouraged to wear the school uniform. Students may wear navy, black, or khaki bottoms and blue, white, or yellow golf or button-up the front shirts.
Oak Knoll Emergency Procedures: Oak Knoll has processes and procedures in place in the event of different kinds of emergency situations. Some situations such as a bomb threat, gas leak or chemical spill call for an off-site evacuation. In the event that the school has to be evacuated off-site, parents will be contacted by staff regarding the evacuation, and specific location for pick-up at a designated reunification site. This is one reason that it is of the utmost importance that you send updated contact information to the school to ensure that the staff is able to reach you immediately. The transportation department will also be contacted regarding the site change. Buses will be rerouted to the reunification site to collect students who normally ride the bus and transport them home.