Currently our little otters are on summer break.
Enjoy your time off ... School Starts Aug 30, 2021!!
Click Here for information about the SMCPS Summer Recovery Program - July 6 - Aug 12
Getting Ready for the 2021 - 2022 School Year
2021-2022 Head Start and Pre-Kindergarten Registration is open now. Find out more.
School Supply Lists Now Available - Click here
Mark your Calendars!! Open House Aug 26, 2021
Kinder 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Grades 1 - 5 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Login and Tech Help for SMCPS Devices
Principal SMORE Updates - Ms. Dietz
July: July 7
Virtual Night of the Arts
Visit our Virtual Night of the Arts website which showcases some of the art students created in Art, Media, and Music this year.
WELCOME TO OAKVILLE
Oakville Elementary School is a small community school of 268 students located in the central portion of St. Mary’s County. The majority of our students come to school ready for their day and ready to learn. During the school year student attendance was 94.6%. Demographics for the school year identify a minority population of 21%, a FARMS population of 30%, and a special education population of 10%. Cultural differences and differences in behavioral expectations are present amongst our children from varying socio-economic backgrounds. We maintain around an 11.4% mobility rate. Many of our children have attended Oakville since they began school. Because of this, we have been able to develop a true sense of community and a strong knowledge of our students and their families.
Student academic progress is closely monitored by analyzing a variety of data, beginning with classroom, county and state level assessments. Instructional remediation and enrichment programs are determined and implemented based on this data. Highlights from the school year include significant growth on the PARCC assessments in both language arts and math. In language arts our students met their annual targets with 83.5% of our intermediate students scoring a 3, 4, or 5 on the PARCC assessment. In Mathematics, 81% of our intermediate students scored a 3, 4, or 5 on the PARCC assessment with grades 4 and 5 meeting their target goals. Fourth grade Math was identified as first in the county with 73% of our students scoring a 4 or 5. The county average was 46% and the state 39%.
During the school year, Oakville Elementary was recognized for our excellent knowledge of character education and received the Maryland Center for Character Education at Stevenson University "School of the Year" award for the third consecutive year. Building on this strength, Oakville Elementary will continue to implement and further develop the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) as a school-wide initiative. As a staff, we have committed to overall school-wide behavior expectations. Our school rules fall under the umbrella of “PAWS”: Positive Attitude, Act Responsibly, Work Hard, and Safety First. These expectations were developed collaboratively by the staff to be specific to the various school settings providing consistency throughout the building and from year to year. Oakville was also designated as a Sustainable Green School recognizing a lifetime recognition for its environmental efforts.
The Oakville staff, parents and community work collaboratively to provide a warm, nurturing environment for our children. As a community, we share a sense of pride in our school and a common mission to create the best educational experience possible for our students. Our vision for Oakville Elementary is “One community committed to learning and safety for all children”.