Facts & Figures
Oak Creek is a small community school where we personally get to know each and every child! We have earned a prestigious Early Literacy Grant (ELG) that provides extra resources for our students and teachers. Schools from around the state come to our school to view our reading strategies that produce excellent outcomes for our students.
Every class has two adults per classroom for the entire literacy block. The student:teacher ratio during Reading class is 10:1.
Come check out our welcoming environment, our small class sizes, and our exceptional teachers!
- 212 awesome young student/leaders in grades K-5
Points of Interest:
- 45 minute enrichment/interventions for every student in the school!
- 4 Reading Support Teachers dedicated to improving reading skills
- 3 Technology Labs
- 4 Classrooms with 1-to-1 computers for students in grade 3 and 4
Multiple Clubs and Activities including:
- Art Club
- Music Club
- Math Club
- Extended Learning Opportunities (Reading and Math)
- Landsharks Running Club
97% of students say the principal and assistant principal do a good job of leading the school.
97% of families indicated that the school provides a caring environment for their child.
100% of staff agrees that the school explains each assignments' expectations to their students, provide feedback on their students' work and has academic expectations and standards that are clearly defined.
- 74% of students feel when things break at school, they are fixed quickly.
- 74% of families stated that their child feels safe telling an adult at school about being bullied.
- 47% of staff feel that students do not threaten and or bully each other here at Oak Creek.
- Put in work orders ASAP to get objects fixed in the building. Work to control the temperature throughout the school as some rooms are hot and some are cold.
- Continue to revamp our PBIS system with input from Student Council. As a building, use consistent language and responses to behaviors. Share how our school uses restorative practices.
- Have consistent consequences for students who "threaten" or "bully". Revisit the definition of bullying with all staff, students and parents. Create posters for the building depicting what is "kind, acceptable or ROAR behavior" and what is "bullying, unsafe and unacceptable" behavior.