Welcome to Odenville Elementary School
Welcome To Odenville Elementary School! We are so glad to have you in our school!
WE WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME ALL OUR NEW OES KINDERGARTEN FAMILIES! WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU! CHECK BACK OFTEN FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE! TILL THEN ....CHECK OUT OUR WELCOME VIDEO!
AS WE PLAN FOR THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR, WE NEED YOUR INPUT! PLEASE TAKE JUST A COUPLE OF MINUTES TO COMPLETE THE ATTACHED SURVEY! THANK YOU!
SWEET SUMMER TIME!
HAVE AN AWESOME SUMMER!! WE LOVE YOU!
We will post summer updates and upcoming school year information as we recieve them so check back with us throughout the summer!
Odenville Elementary School SUMMER INFORMATION
Office Hours Monday-Thursday 8:00-12:30
A note will always be posted on the door if the office will be closed for any reason!!
You may reach us at 205-629-6406 ext 4101 or 256-328-3110 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If no answer, please leave a message and Mrs. Urban will be back in touch with you! Thanks!
For Student Withdrawals, you may call 205-629-6406 ext 4102 and/or 4103 to schedule an appointment. Online 2020-2021 Student Registration information will be updated hopefully soon!
Supply Kits are still available for purchase until June 12th.
Please visit oes.sccboe.org and/or our OES social media pages Facebook and Twitter to learn more about the Supply Kit purchase.
Supply lists will be available on our school’s website(oes.sccboe.org), school office, OES social media, local Wal Marts, Dollar General's and Target beginning in June.
Class lists will not be available until mid July.
Your child’s 2020-2021 classroom teacher will be in contact with you.
First full school day for students is Wednesday, August 12th, 2020!!
Summer Challenge information is uploaded on our oes website and social media pages. It is very important for your child to continue to develop reading and math skills over the summer. These can also be found on our oes.sccboe.org website, OES social media and at the Odenville Library!!
Research and data show that if children are not engaged in learning over the summer months, they fall behind when the new school year begins!
Hope your summer will be the BEST yet!
It has been a challenge not being with our students during this time of COVID.
We can't wait to see you for an awesome 2020-2021 school year!!
Love, Your OES Team
REL Webinar: Supporting Your Child’s Reading at Home
Join REL Southeast for a webinar that introduces families to the “Supporting Your Child’s Reading at Home” resources. These resources, for children in kindergarten through 3rd grade, are drawn from research on best practices for helping children learn to read. Webinar participants will receive an overview of the components of the resources and a virtual walk-through of the website containing the resources. Participants will learn how to use these research-based resources with their children at home and will be given the opportunity to ask questions.
Supporting Children’s Reading at Home - Family Resources for Kindergarten through 3rd Grade
July 9, 2020
2:00–2:45 p.m. ET
The Regional Educational Laboratories (RELs)build the capacity of educators to use data and research to improve student outcomes. Each REL responds to needs identified in its region and makes learning opportunities and other resources available to educators throughout the United States. The REL program is a part of the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) in the U.S. Department of Education. To receive regular updates on REL work, including events and reports, follow IES on Facebook and Twitter. To provide feedback on this or other REL work, email Contact.IES@ed.gov.
Prevent the Summer Slide!
Check out these resources for summer learning!
For Alabama's students, the months away from school can result in a large loss of knowledge in reading, math, science and other core subject matter. The Alabama Summer Learning Challenge raises awareness of the summer loss epidemic, shares research on the importance of personalized activities and provides access to a variety of free resources to targeted summer learning.STUDENT ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCES continuing throughout the Summer to help prevent the Summer Slide:
*****LexiaCore5---Now available until July 31st*****Stride Academy---Available until Fall 2020*****Math Seeds----Available until Fall 2020*****Capstone Pebble Go-----Available until Fall 2020*****Reading AZ-Raz Kids------Available until Fall 2020*****Epic Books---Available until June 30th*****English Learner Remote Learning Resources----(AMSTI has worked diligently to provide a remote learning center for both EL students and parentsSUMMER LEARNING CHALLENGE
The 2020 Alabama Summer Learning Challenge is being held May 18 until July 31. There are “tons” of FREE learning resources for students to use.
Alabama parents now have access to many great online resources, which can help continue their child’s learning and skill building throughout the summer – while they are away from the classroom:
- Big Universe - 18,000+ eBooks and essential literacy tools
- Lexile and Find a Book Alabama – Customizable book-search tool, which allows students to build fantastic individual-reading lists
- Stride - Cool blend of online math, reading, language arts, and science practice for every student interest
- Fuel Education – Great personalized learning activities for all students!
- MetaMetrics and Quantile are presenting the 2020 Summer Math Challenge!
- Learn at Home with Alabama Public Television (APT) – great education resources and videos
- Local and Statewide Library Media resources
- Many more summer learning resources for students and parents to use!
The 2020 Summer Learning Challenge webpage is located at https://www.alsde.edu/sec/comm/Pages/summer-learning.aspx
OES is offering suppply kits for 1st and 2nd grade students. If you choose to purchase one, you must do so by June 12th. They will be packaged and shipped ready for you!
Or you can shop yourself! Please see the attached supply lists for each grade level.
Explanation of summer activity expectations
Due to COVID-19, we are following the guidelines of the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Alabama Department of Education. Currently they are requesting that schools start at a later date.
Our pre-approved calendar has St. Clair County Schools starting on August 13th. The 2020-2021 school start date is subject to change and dependent upon recommendations issued by the ADPH and ALSDE.
All efforts will be made to keep you informed.
Bullying Anonymous Reporting
You may read our board policy and/or fill out the Bullying Notification Form to submit a bullying notification to the Board of Education directly. Otherwise, report a bullying incident anonymously here. The appropriate administrators will be notified completely anonymously.