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2016-2017 School Calendar.pdf

OCPS Happenings

To the delight of the those in attendance, a mild and fine night enabled the attendees to head out to the O.C.P.S. cafeteria for a live auction.  The auctioneer for the evening was Mr. Jake Willcox. Each classroom decorated a wreath as well as some of the other departments such as art, gifted, and the lunchroom staff.  The wreaths usually started out at $25.00 but went for more.  In the past it was nothing to have a $300.00 plus wreath leave the school grounds headed to someone’s front door or local business.  In addition to the wreath auction, this year Ms. Katie Towns recruited some faculty and staff members for a cute, O.C.P.S. rendition of the Twelve Days of Christmas.

 

  




On October 31st, some of the Oglethorpe County Primary faculty and staff joined the national movement to battle breast cancer by participating in a “Pink Out. ” October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


 




O.C.P.S. Celebrates Its (50th, 60th,70th, 80th, and 90th) Days of Teaching and Learning 


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         


50th Day: Who says you can't learn about math and look cool while doing it? The faculty, staff, and students of Oglethorpe County Primary School celebrated

their 50th day of teaching and learning by participating in a lot of great 50’s related activities. The many activities included a sock-hop, hula-hooping, enjoying

Coke Floats, taking customized photos, and even drawing vehicles from the 50’s such as the Thunderbird.  Also, the attire for the day was a blast from the

past (poodle skirts, white t-shirts, jeans, bobby socks, saddle oxfords, scarves, Letterman jackets, and etc.).  No one will soon forget the 50th day of the

2016-2017 school year!




 

  • Excellence for every student, every day!
  • January 18th: 100th Day of Teaching and Learning
  • January 24th: Galaxy Skate Night 5-8 P.M. (East Athens)
  • January 26th: OCSS Art Exhibit Begins at Crawford Depot
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Principal:
Dr. Olivet James-Robinson

Assistant Principal:
Dr. Vickie Randolph

Instructional Coach:
Kristina Gabriel

706-743-8194
Fax: 706-743-5720

300 Comer Road
Lexington, Georgia 30648

 

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Community Partnerships

 We appreciate our community partners.  

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The Commercial Bank
Crawford, Georgia




Oglethorpe Feed and Farm Supply
Crawford, Georgia




Salem Baptist Church
Lexington, Georgia

 
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As partners, we accomplish more!

Right to Know

 

The faculty and staff of OCPS work very hard to make sure your child has a high quality education. As a Title I school, we must meet federal regulations

related to teacher qualifications as defined in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA). These regulations allow you to learn more about

the training and/or credentials of your child’s teacher. We are happy to provide this information for you. At any time, you may ask:

• Whether the teacher met state qualifications and certification requirements for the grade level and subject he/she is teaching,

• Whether the teacher received an emergency or conditional certificate through which state qualifications are waived, and

• Which undergraduate or graduate degree(s) the teacher holds, including certificates and additional degrees, and major(s) or area(s) of

concentration.

You may also ask whether your child receives help from a paraprofessional. If your child receives assistance, we can provide you with information about the

paraprofessional’s qualifications.

I am pleased to report that Oglethorpe County Primary School is a Title I School and that 100% of our teachers and paraprofessionals are highly qualified!

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. James-Robinson at 706-743-8194 or orobinson@oglethorpe.k12.ga.us