Our mission at Ravenel Elementary is to establish a strong foundation that prepares students for continued success.
We envision a school that:
- Responds to the individual needs of students
- Assessment is on-going and determines instruction
- Values the role of parents, community, and school to educate our children
- Excellence is the standard
- Nurtures problem-solvers and responsible citizens for a global society
- Each member of the school community is a lifelong learner
- Loves each child who enters our doors
The School District of Oconee County offers students in grades 7 through 12 access to virtual, asynchronous, high school credit-bearing courses facilitated by district teachers. Courses are offered during the fall and spring semesters as well as during the summer.
VirtualSDOC expands educational options for students who may want to graduate early, make room in their schedule to attend Hamilton Career and Technology Center dual enrollment classes, work a part-time job, catch up or get ahead on credits, or have a lighter course load during the school year.
Read-a-thons actually get your reader excited about reading and it gives friends and family the opportunity to encourage your child to read even more.
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The school district of Oconee County has a new app for school and district communication. Go to the App store and download the Oconee County Schools SC App. When downloaded, click the "More" tab at the bottom. Then, choose "My Schools" at the very top. This allows you to turn on notifications for the schools of your choice. We hope you find this app useful for keeping informed about happenings in the SDOC.
RES Bobcats will celebrate Red Ribbon Spirit Week the last week of October.
Monday~ Drugs Can't Find Me: Wear camo!
Tuesday~ Drugs Are Old School: Dress from the 1950's and celebrate the 50th Day of School!
Wednesday~ Double Up Against Drugs: Dress like a friend because friends help you make good choices!
Thursday~ We are TOO BRIGHT for drugs: Dress in your best 80's or neon attire.
Friday~ Pursue your dreams without drugs: Wear your Disney shirt, hat, PJs, socks, or Disney character outfit.
The School District of Oconee County held its annual employee recognition ceremony on Monday, October 4th to name the 2021-2022 Teacher and Support Employee of the Year.
Cassondra Moore was named Teacher of the Year. Ms. Moore, who serves as the media specialist at Seneca Middle School, joined the district in 2017 as a middle school English/Language Arts teacher. She is known for her unlimited enthusiasm, persistent commitment to her students and school community, and her positive outlook in all aspects of life. Moore will receive $1000 and will represent the district at the SC Teacher Forum Conference to be held in November.
Nancy Ratliff, receptionist at Seneca High School, was named Support Employee of the Year. Ms. Ratliff has been at Seneca High for four years. She is known for her warm welcome, positive attitude and willingness to help others in any situation. Mrs. Ratliff will receive $250.
The School District of Oconee County has partnered with DHEC to provide increased testing availability for SDOC students and staff. Drive-thru testing will be available at the Bountyland Education Campus from 8:00am to 2:00pm Monday through Friday.