ODENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
                    420 Alabama Street  Odenville, Alabama  35120
                                                                 (205) 629-6406
 


                                                                                                                  






















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Our staff is HIGHLY QUALIFIED according to the definitions of the 
Alabama State Department of Education under the guidelines of the 
No Child Left Behind Act!!!
           "Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is a process. Working together is SUCCESS!" - Henry Ford
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At Odenville Elementary School, we are committed to inspiring your children to academic excellence within a community that fosters respect, honesty, responsibility, self-discipline, empathy, and a positive attitude. Our goal is to prepare students with the vital knowledge and skills they need for success while at the same time encouraging creativity, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning. We believe the responsibility for learning is shared by students, teachers and parents and we look forward to our partnership with you as we work to accomplish these goals.

The mission goal of Odenville Elementary school is to create an environment where the school community works together to attain and enhance social, physical, academic, cultural, and emotional development. We advocate high expectations for all students so they may become productive citizens ready to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
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Odenville Elementary School is one of many schools in the St. Clair County School District that receives federal dollars for the purpose of providing supplemental support to identified students. 
 At Odenville Elementary School the support is in the core academic subjects such as: reading, math, social studies, science, and writing.  Title 1 designation to schools is based on the percentage of free/reduced lunch participation.  Our goal is to have every child reading and writing on grade level.  The objective of our Title 1 Program is to promote accelerated learning so that students catch up to their peers, close the gap as quickly as possible, and continue to learn independently. 

Average Yearly Progress 2013-2014

       Odenville Elementary and Odenville Intermediate School Choice Letter 
       St. Clair County School District AYP Letter 
       School Choice Letter Combine 
Christa Urban - Principal                                                                  
Lance Cisco - Assistant Principal                                             
21st Century Learning Center
Assistant 
Principal
Important Dates
April 25    First Grade Field Trip
April 28    DIBEL Testing Begins
April 29    Progress Reports
May 2       Faculty Softball Game
May 5-9   Teacher Appreciation Week
May 6      Thank a Nurse Day
May 6      Special Program
May 9      Special Program
May 9      DIBEL testing ends
May 13    Special Olympics
May 14    2nd Grade Field Trip
May 16    Field Day
May 19    1st Grade Park Day
May 20   2nd Grade Park Day
May 22   Kindergarten Program at Bethel Church
May 23   SCCHS Graduation
May 26   Memorial Day/NO SCHOOL
May 28   OES Awards Day
May 30   Last Day of School
OES Faculty and Staff 
2013-2014
Office Staff
Pre-K Teachers
Kindergarten Teachers
First Grade Teachers
Second Grade Teachers
Small Group Setting Teachers
Resource Teachers
OES Faculty and Staff are all SMILES!!
Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year!!
What a blessing to work in a community who gives back to schools!!  

Odenville Elementary was selected for the 2013-2014 school year to receive $1,000 for our teachers and staff to use on instructional supplies for the classrooms from the Springville Wal-Mart. The Wal-Mart donors graciously put all teachers and staff in a drawing and chose 20 teachers and staff member to receive $50 gift cards to equal the $1,000. Odenville Elementary School teachers and staff enjoyed sandwiches, chips, tea and cake from the Springville Wal-Mart!! It is awesome for our teachers and staff to be honored for making a difference in the lives of their students each and every day!!!
The Mobile Dairy Classroom visited Odenville Elementary School Friday, October 4th. It is a dynamic and fun educational program operated by the Agricultural Commodity Commission for Milk. The 30 foot Mobile Dairy Classroom featured a fully operational milking parlor. A live cow was used for milking and feeding demonstrations. The presenter and program provided our children with a better understanding of where milk comes from, how it is processed, the healthy benefits of consuming dairy products and dairy farmers' management of natural resources.
OES Homecoming Parade featuring an overall King and Queen and a Prince and Princess 
from each classroom.
Pre-K
Kindergarten
First Grade
     SCARECROW ROW

Spelling Bee 2014
1st Alternate Cade Wiggins 

Winner Ariel Allen
Congratulations!!


January is School Board Appreciation month. 
Odenville Elementary School would like to thank the 
St. Clair County Schools Board of Education for all they do for our students, staff and the community. The next time you see one of our valued school board members, be sure to thank them for their dedicated service!

For more information on the St. Clair Board of Education 
visit the county website at www.sccboe.org.
Odenville Elementary School 
2013-2014 Teacher of the Year
Heather Lee

Heather has been with the St. Clair County School System for 6 years.  
She has been teaching at Odenville Elementary for past the three years, where she is the small group setting Special Education Teacher. She says she is very blessed and humbled by being nominated for this award by her fellow teachers, which she feels are all deserving of this special award.

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Second Grade
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OES News Team 
In an effort to improve system practices, Odenville Elementary School is conducting a Parent Survey.

We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.

 In order to complete the survey, please go to: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/4714793 

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous.    Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

Farm Day