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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
TEA Report Card

TEA Publishes Annual Report Cards

The 2019-2020 Federal Report Cards for the state, the district and each Comal ISD campus are now available. Due to COVID-19, some reporting requirements have been waived by the U.S. Department of Education.
BBES Blanket Drive 2020

Holiday-Giving Traditions Continue Districtwide

Before the winter break, students and staff organized a wide-variety of toy, clothing and food drives to give back to their communities. Many of these have become traditions that students look forward to participating in year after year.
FACS event

A Heart for Service

FACS students learn about careers in counseling, early childhood development, family and community services, education and training, nutrition and wellness, and the hospitality industry. But they also have a heart for service and want to make a difference in their school and community.
Elementary Teacher of the Year 2019-2020 with Drastata, Crofford, Kim

Elementary and Secondary 2019-2020 District Teachers of the Year Announced

Among the 1,700 teachers in the district, two were chosen this week as the District Teachers of the Year for the 2019-2020 school year. The Elementary District Teacher of the Year shares her passion for art in order to connect with her students; while the Secondary Teacher of the Year has turned his lifelong involvement in agriculture into a career in education.
SVHS student-athletes signing day 12.16.20

Six Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Many student-athletes dream of playing their sport at the next level, and six Comal ISD student-athletes took the next step to making that dream a reality on Wednesday, Dec. 16, by signing a National Letter of Intent to play for a college or university.
All-Star Football Game Athletes 2020

Five Comal ISD Athletes Chosen for Annual All-Star Football Game

While the Cougars and Rangers continue to play compete in the playoffs, five seniors will have the chance to compete with the best in the San Antonio area in the new year. They were chosen for the San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game presented by H-E-B.
SVHS Boys State participants 2020

Five Comal ISD Students Participate in Virtual Boys State

The AppleTV documentary, "Boys State," follows Texas high school students as they form alliances, run for office and elect leaders in one week. While virtual, this past summer's session continued the tradition that began 85 years ago, and five Comal ISD students participated.
School Store

Smart Business

Many of the vocational classes offered today at high schools are not your typical electives. Comal ISD's Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, like the Business, Marketing and Finance program at Smithson Valley and other high schools, are part of a multi-faceted, modern curriculum that provides students with the technical knowledge and real-world skills they need to get started in a current or emerging profession.