OES Fast Facts


Important Dates

October 16th: Pink Out Odenville Day - Wear PINK and raise awareness for Breast Cancer

October 19th: E Learning Day - No students this day

October 21st-23rd: Pre-K Teacher Conference/Pre-K Students will not attend school on these days.

October 21st: Bus Driver Appreciation Day

October 22nd: Report Cards Delivered

October 30th: Students can wear school appropriate costumes - 2nd Grade students must still wear mask

E Learning Day

Parents, students, and staff of Odenville Elementary School,

We will be implementing an E-Learning Day on Monday, October 19th. On this day, traditional school will not be in session. All students will be provided a assignment to be completed from home. The assignment will be a handout of review skills that your child has covered during this 9 weeks.

This day follows the 1st grading period and will allow time for progress monitoring and parental meetings. We are informing you now so that you have time to plan accordingly. Thank you for your continued support as we continue to provide the best instruction possible during this pandemic. If you have questions, please contact us at 205-629-6406.

OES Chair Drive

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Click on the document below to download our Parent and Family Engagement Plan

Construction Zone

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Please remember our front lobby in under construction. Please use Burgess Drive (road that runs by the post office) to drive to our back OES parking lot where you will see our help desk window that is located under the tent. Please come to the tent for assistance. We have included a picture below.

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1st and 2nd Grade Grading Plan

To promote a consistent, equitable method of classroom assessment, the following categorical grading plan will be computed for the nine-week averages.
  • GOLD: 60% of the overall grade is a reflection of your child’s achievement on assignments designed to measure mastery of the content standards.
  • SILVER: 30% of the overall grade is a reflection of your child’s achievement on practice assignments as he / she is learning the content
  • BRONZE: 10% of the overall grade is a reflection of your child’s dedication to completing each homework and classwork assignments.

October Lunch Menu

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Importance of Reading at Home

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Meet Our New Staff Members

Caroline Knouse, 1st Grade Teacher

I grew up in Birmingham where I graduated from Spain Park High School. I then attended and graduated from The University of Alabama with a B.S. in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. Roll Tide!! In my free time, I love spending time with my family, friends, and my black lab, Winston! I enjoy reading, playing tennis and going to the beach! I love Diet Dr. Pepper and Sour Punch Bites!

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Shana Gearhart, Collaborative Teacher

I'm from Burlington, Iowa. I've been married to my husband, Sean, for 12 years and we have two boys, Drake and Liam. We have two cats and a turtle. I have a BA in Educational Studies and am currently pursuing my Master's in Collaborative Special Education K-12 at Samford University. I enjoy hiking and spending time outdoors, reading, and traveling.
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Mrs. Crawford, Collaborative Pre-K Teacher

I am married to Robert , and we have four sons. We love being active with Metropolitan Church. I enjoyed playing basketball growing up and share that hobby with my boys. We spend free time outdoors or having fun family game nights.
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Mrs. Taylor, Pre-K Paraprofessional

I have been married to my husband Max for 44 years. We have two children, Ashley Brantley & Crockett Taylor. We are blessed with two grandchildren Izzy and Jentry Brantley. I have worked in and around children for over 15 years. I love spending time with my family but time with my grandchildren is priceless.
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Hybrid Students

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If your child is a hybrid student and you have questions, please email Kristen.Brobeck@sccboe.org or call her direct line at 205-629-3413.

Safer at Home Order Extended

Governor Ivey extended the current order on October 1st. The link to the new health order that has been extended until 5:00 pm on November 8th, 2020 is below. OES will continue to practice social distancing, sanitation, disinfecting and hand washing. Second Grade students will continue to wear mask as well as all of our staff members.

COVID Safety Precautions Regarding Visitors at OES

Due to COVID safety precautions, visitors will be limited and must have an appointment.

Dropping Off Items

If you are dropping an item off for your child, please leave it on the table that is located outside the back parking lot lobby doors. Please put a sticky note with your child’s first and last name on it if your child’s name is not on it. Use the buzzer or call us at 629-6406 to let us know you dropped an item off.

New Student/Withdraw a Student

If you are student needing to register or withdraw, please call us at 629-6406 to set an appointment. You can also email Mrs. Buckner at amy.buckner@sccboe.org.

Nurse Shaveka

If you need to speak to Nurse Shaveka, you can call us at 629-6406. You can also email her at shaveka.reed@sccboe.org.


If you need to speak with administration please call 629-6406 and please ask to speak to administration.

You can also email us at christa.urban@sccboe.org or katelyn.dorsett@sccboe.org.


If you need to speak to the lunchroom about a lunch account, please call 629-5063. If you are dropping off lunch money you can put it in the lunch money lock box located at the front lobby entrance of OES.

T-Shirts, PTO, PayPayms, PreK tuition

Please call us at 629-6406 and ask to speak to Liz. You can also email Liz at elizabeth.huckaby@sccboe.org.

Hybrid Questions

Please call us at 629-3413 and ask to speak to Ms.. Brobeck. You can also email her at kristen.brobeck@sccboe.org.

Scheduled Appointments

If you have a scheduled appointment with a staff member, please buzz or call us at 629-6406. The staff member will be there to pick you up shortly.

Mrs. Crawford and Mrs. Corken

If you are needing to speak to Mrs. Crawford or Mrs. Corken, please call us at 629-6406 and we will direct your call to them.

Any other inquiries, please call us at 205-629-6406. Thank you in advance for helping us keep our building safe for our students and staff.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions.

You can contact us at 205-629-6406.

Please be aware that all information is subject to change.