Opequon Elementary



  • Relay for Life


    Opequon Elementary’s Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society will take place the week of May 23rd

    Join us in showing our school spirit and help in making a difference! 


    Mon., May 23rd – Mismatched Sock Day 
    Tues., May 24th – Tie Dye Day                        
    Wed., May 25th – Opequon Day – Wear Blue and White
    Thurs., May 26th – Dress as Your Favorite Story Character Day

    Fri., May 27th – Purple Day and Mini Relay Walk

    Please send in a daily donation.
     *Special Assembly precedes walk*







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  • Great American Opportunities gives $33,500.00 in tuition rewards to Opequon Elementary students that participated in fall 2015 fundraiser.
    Thank you Howard Burns and Great American Opportunities. 


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  • When is the last day of school for students?

    Last Instructional Day for students is Tuesday, June 7, 2016. 

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  • Our Mission

    Educate and Motivate Each Child Every Day


    Core Beliefs 

    1. The school promotes positive character development for children to become productive members of the community. 
    1. All students should have the opportunity to achieve to their full potential. 
    1. Our job is to ensure optimal success for each student by creating an environment where students feel safe and motivated to learn. 
    1. Each child should be successful in some way every day. 
    1. It take a team (staff, students, family, and community) to work together for students. 
    1. Our school inspires students to be lifelong learners. 
    1. The curriculum reflects high standards and expectations for each child to be successful in all areas of instruction. 
    1. We believe in providing our students with the knowledge, skills, and technologies necessary to succeed in the global community of the 21st. 
    1. We believe all children can learn.
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    Opequon Elementary had an anti-bullying assembly on September 18, 2015. The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program prevents or reduces bullying in elementary, middle, and high schools. This is a program that deals with bullying at the schoolwide, classroom, individual, and community levels. All students will follow these four anti-bullying rules.:
    1. We will not bully others!
    2. We will try to help students who are bullied.
    3. We will try to include students who are left out.
    4. If we know that somebody is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and at home.  


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