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Welcome to Oak Creek Elementary

Welcome to Oak Creek Elementary, a community of learners, a school where every student matters and together we make a difference.  As the principal of Oak Creek, I would like to welcome all current and potential Oak Creek families!  I feel honored and blessed to be a part of the Oak Creek community and look forward to working with each of you as a partner in your child’s education. 
 
Our school is committed to providing every child with a quality experience that meets their academic, physical, emotional and social needs.  I believe that it is critical that we work together to ensure that our students reach their true potential each and every day.  Your child will have multiple opportunities to grow and learn through a variety of school programs, after school activities, community service projects and student organizations that focus on quality leadership development.
 
I encourage every parent to take part in our school’s activities.  Through our PTA, community service projects, our Watch Dog Dad program and an abundance of volunteering opportunities, I invite each of you to get involved and be an active participant in our community of learners.
 
If you have any questions or if I can be of service, please do not hesitate to contact me at 830-837-7200. I look forward to working with you and your family this year. Welcome to the Oak Creek Ocelot family!
 
Sincerely,
Stacy Wilkie
Principal
Oak Creek Elementary

At A Glance

  • 500 Student Enrollment
  • Cursive Curriculum
  • music Strings Program
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
  • art Art Programs
  • Critical writing across content
SVMS District UIL Academic winners

Weekend Update: Feb. 21-23

This is the first installment of a new segment called "Weekend Update." The idea is to give readers a brief overview of all the great achievements Comal ISD students continue to accrue even when the school week is done.
CLHS construction student Copeland

CTE Month: Community Partners, Mentors Serve Critical Role

Learning a job firsthand is often the best way to know if it is the right fit. Community partners often provide that firsthand account for students interested in a particular job or career. Local business professionals give presentations, offer paid internships and more through Comal ISD's Career and Technical Education programs. Here's part three in a series of articles about CTE.