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Prin​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.  Ocee parents are very serious about their children’s education and partnering with the school.  We have a School Governance Council composed of parents, school staff, and community members who are working together to create an even more successful school environment.
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Students from Ms Haase’s Class are making a project with their iPads

 

 

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Kindergarten and New Student Registration  

April 30th:  8:00am-4:00pm

May 1st:  8:00am-7:00pm
Additional Information

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The process for assigning students to classes for the 2014-15 school year will begin in April. There are multiple factors that we consider when creating classes such as language arts and math levels and special support programs. Parents who have children with specific medical or learning needs are able to provide their input using the Placement Input Form.

Please understand that all students' individual needs are considered before they are placed in classes so parents do not have to submit a placement form unless there are specific medical or learning needs. Also, please remember that specific teacher requests will not be considered. Placement input forms must be signed and returned to Pam Weiser, Curriculum Support Teacher, no later than Monday, May 5. Any forms submitted after the deadline will not be accepted.
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Parents, if your child has an Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS) score at the 90th percentile or higher or an IQ of 120 or higher, he/she is eligible to participate in the Georgia State University Saturday Scholars and Leaders Program. This is an enrichment program for high-achieving students in grades K-8 hosted this year at a satellite location in Forsyth County. Please read the attached flyers and application to find out more information. The deadline for submission of the application is April 3, 2014, for the spring session.​  For additional information, please see the Flyer and Brochure​​.​

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Strategic Plan 2017 Information Campaign

Fulton County Schools and Superintendent Dr. Avossa 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.
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Bus Discipline:
First the Bus Driver, then the AP,
Brooke Humphrey
​​Bus Issues:
Including routes and times, Transportation North 770.667.2970
​Classroom Discipline:
First the Classroom Teacher, then the AP, Brooke Humphrey
​Media Center:
Please contact the Media Specialist, Emily Davis
Curriculum:
First, the Classroom Teacher, then the CST, Pam Weiser
Cafeteria:
Millie Lindsay, 770-667-2965
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:
Martes: 7:10 a 3:10
Jueves: 7:10 a 3:10
Viernes: 11:10 a 3:10
Extensión: 132 ( Si no estoy disponible, por favor deje su mensaje y lo llamare cuanto antes)

 

 

Each month, the Northeast Learning Community puts out an online newsletter entitled NELC News & Notes.  In the newsletter are blurbs from the NELC staff and from each of the 22 NELC schools.  For the March edition, please visit:

NELC Newsletter and​ Notes

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Quick Links

2013-2014 Fulton County Calendar
Ocee ES Behavior Expectations Matrix
ITBS Overview
Otter Outlook Newsletter
Cohort 2 - School Governance Council​ Curriculum Resources

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Want to know more about Ocee?

Check out Ocee Facts-at-a-Glance
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4/23/2014 12:00 AM CRCT 
4/24/2014 12:00 AM CRCT 
4/25/2014 12:00 AM 5th Grade Photos Due for DVD 
4/25/2014 12:00 AM Final AR Period Ends 
4/25/2014 12:00 AM CRCT 
4/28/2014 12:00 AM CRCT Ends 
4/29/2014 12:00 AM CRCT Make-up Days 
4/30/2014 8:00 AM Spring Registration 
5/1/2014 8:00 AM Spring Registration 
5/2/2014 12:00 AM Spirit Day 
(More Events...)

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Required Volunteer Abuse Training

Like teachers, administrators, guidance counselors, social workers, and other school employees, school volunteers are now also required to notify the Fulton County Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) within 24 hours if they suspect that a child is being abused or neglected. The Georgia Legislature recently passed this law in order to more fully safeguard children living in our state.
You may choose to be trained in the privacy of your home by clicking here.

After you view the short PowerPoint presentation, you will be able to print a certificate of completion. Please bring the certificate to the front office in order to be listed as a fully trained volunteer. You may want to fill out a form instead to confirm your participation in the training to turn in to the office staff. 

Volunteer Abuse Training Form

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