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                                          Pri​n​cipal's Message​

Welcome to the Ocee Elementary website! If you are trying to find out more about Ocee, this is a great place to start. What makes this school a terrific learning environment for children? Obviously, we offer a strong academic framework – high standardized test scores and other data reflect the dedication and hard work of students, teachers, staff, and parents. You can visit the Fulton County Schools website –www.fultonschools.org - to see more test data as evidence of teaching and learning here. We also have a very active PTA that supports the school’s efforts to educate students to their fullest potential. Check out the PTA website – oceepta.org – for more information about the important role the PTA and parent volunteers play in challenging and engaging our children. 

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         Parents of Students with IEPS – Parent Survey

Please CLICK HERE if you are the parent of a student with a disability who has an IEP. You will be directed to a 10 question survey which will take less than 5 minutes to complete. The Fulton County Schools Special Education Department and Parent Mentors appreciate your feedback so that we can continue to improve programming for students and support for parents.

If you have any questions, please contact one of our SEC Parent Mentors:

Patti Grayson for North Fulton – graysonp@fultonschools.org

Sabrinia Gresham for South Fulton – greshams@fultonschools.org


 Click here to view our wonderful video!  

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Parent Placement Input 

The process for assigning students to classes for the 2017-18 school year begins in May of the current school year.  The Ocee Elementary Placement Team considers multiple factors when creating placement arrangements for students for the upcoming academic year.  Reading and math levels, strengths and areas for growth, current teacher recommendations, and learning styles are examples of some considerations. Please understand that all students' individual needs are considered before they are placed in classes; parents do not need to complete a Parent Placement Input Form.  However, if a child has significant medical issues or special learning needs, parents may choose to share pertinent information with the Placement Team. If you wish to provide additional information, please return the completed form to Shannan LaPorte, Curriculum Support Teacher (CST), no later than Friday, May 5, 2017.  Please remember that specific teacher requests will not be considered. Do not send a completed form electronically; a hard copy must be printed, signed, and returned to school.  Please do not add attachments to this form.

Parent Placement Input Form Spring 2017.pdf


Screening Appointments for Students Entering Kindergarten in the Fall of 2017

If your child is entering kindergarten at Ocee Elementary in the fall of 2017, we ask that you make an appointment to bring your child in for a screening.  Screenings last 30 minutes, and will be held this year on May 30 and 31 at Dolvin Elementary School, 10495 Jones Bridge Road, Johns Creek, due to the floors being replaced at Ocee this summer.  Just click on this link to make an appointment:



For more information about registering your child for kindergarten, please contact the school at 470-254-2960.​


Thank you for attending Kindergarten Round-up!  

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SGC Overview Presentation

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Strategic Plan 2017 Information Campaign

Fulton County Schools and the Superintendent have created a roadmap for how FCSS aims to improve student achievement over the next five years. Three goals serve as the district’s measure for long-term student success: 1) graduation rate – 90% of Fulton students will graduate on time; 2) college readiness – 85% of Fulton’s seniors will be eligible for admission to a University System of Georgia college or university; 3) career readiness – 100% of Fulton's graduates will be work-ready certified.

Fulton County Schools has partnered with Common Sense Media to bring digital citizenship training to all.   cs.PNG

Common Sense is the nation's leading independent non-profit organization dedicated to empowering kids to thrive in a world of media and technology. Families, educators, and policymakers turn to Common Sense for unbiased information and trusted advice to help them learn how to harness the positive power of media and technology for all kids. 

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Bus Discipline:
First the Bus Driver, then the AP, Sheila Connell

​​Bus Issues:
Including routes and times, Transportation North 770.667.2970

​Classroom Discipline:
First the Classroom Teacher, then the AP, Sheila Connell

​Media Center:
Please contact the METI, Carolyn Hutcheson

First, the Classroom Teacher, then the CST, Shannan LaPorte

Millie Lindsay, 470-254-2965

Family Assistance:
Please contact the School Counselor, Anna Aronowitz

​Bilingual Assistance:
Please contact the school's liaison, Clara Salemi

​Special Education:
Please contact the IST, Jill Knight

Si necesitan una intérprete en español, por favor llamar a Clara Salemi, nuestra interprete. Ella está disponible para responder cualquier tipo de preguntas que tengan referente a la escuela. También para darles asistencia cuando necesiten hablar con las maestras de su niños/niñas. Ella está disponible los siguientes días:

Lunes: 7:10 a 12:10
Martes: 12:30 a 3:30
Miércoles: 7:10 a 3:10
Viernes: 11:10 a 3:10

470-254-9874 (Si no estoy disponible, por favor deje su mensaje y lo llamare cuanto antes)




4/25/2017 6:30 PM Cub Scouts  
4/26/2017 7:10 AM Rock Eagle Chaperone MtG  
4/28/2017 2:00 PM AR Period 6 Ends 
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4375 Kimball Bridge Road, Johns Creek, GA 30022, Phone: 470-254-2960, Fax: 470-254-2964
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