The mission of Oconee County Schools is to provide a safe and challenging learning environment that inspires all students to capture their dreams.
At a special session on November 18, the Oconee County Board of Education adopted the process for appointing a successor to Post 4 Board Member Mike Burnette, who is resigning effective December 31, 2013. The board invites interested persons to apply.
In this update Dr. Branch celebrates the accomplishments of OCS during first semester. An edited version of his column was published in The Oconee Enterprise.
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The Speak Up National Research project annually polls K-12 students, parents, and educators about the role of technology for learning in and out of school. The survey provides participants with the opportunity to have input into local district technology decisions, state level initiatives, and federal policies and programs. Please help guide us by completing the survey.
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The Department of Special Education of Oconee County Schools announces its intention to destroy specific data. Records will be destroyed that were collected, maintained, or used in the provision of a free appropriate public education for disabled students in Oconee County Schools.
Vision: Oconee County Schools will be a nationally-recognized leader in academic achievement by ensuring all students receive rigorous, balanced education that will enable them to compete in and contribute to a global society.
Motto: Committed to Student Success