Odenville Elementary School

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Welcome to Odenville Elementary School

  • Welcome To Odenville Elementary School! We are so glad to have you in our school!


    Hello September


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    For current information click on the back to school icon ! You will find information about guidelines, free and reduced lunch, registration, after school care statement, and much more! 

    Welcome to OES


  • Education and the Census

    The Census impacts so many different programs throughout our school systems.  For example, a large portion of the district allocation for Title I is based off census data. If households with students don’t complete the free/reduced lunch forms, the school’s allocation (within district allocations) would be affected. It could also affect within-district rankings (which school is ranked first, etc.); and it could affect how much money each school would receive (the per pupil allocation (PPA)).

    Please continue to spread the word throughout your community — and consider asking your staff members to take 10 minutes of their workday to complete the census.  

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  • OES is a Title I school qualifying as a percentage of our studnets recieved free and reduced lunch meals. This allows our school to receive federal dollars. Along with federal, state and local funds, our school is able to operate and upgrade the instructinal teaching of our school.

    THis year with our Federal Budget, we are able to fund 2 classroom teachers. 

    OES has achieved a rank of more than 40% free and reduced lunch status making us eligible to recieve funds.

    So please take the time to fill out the free and reduced lunch form as your child's status could improve our funding!

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    We have received word that through funding from the CARES act and actions by Governor Ivey, there will be prepaid internet service vouchers send to all families with free/reduced lunch students in the household.  It is vitally important that you get the word out to the free/reduced families in your school so they will know this not a scam and will be watching for the vouchers.  You can assist with this process by talking to parents, placing information on your school websites and pages,  including information on automated calls, etc.  The voucher letters are currently slated to begin arriving in mailboxes by August 24th.  Therefore, we must act quickly.  I am assuming that this information is coming from last year's free/reduced numbers, but as always, once school begins, it is imperative that we get those new lunch forms processed asap, as there will be additional families this year who were not on last year's list. 

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School News


  • 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 12th.  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.

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  • 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.

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