Here Comes the Bus!
Our Transportation Department recently launched a new mobile app that will allow parents and guardians to know where their child's school bus is at all times! We encourage parents and guardians of bus riders to download the app "Here Comes the Bus” from the Apple Store or the Google Play Store before the first day of the 2021-22 school year on August 16.
You will need the school district’s Here Comes the Bus specific code of “29333” as well as your child’s unique State Student ID number which can be found in the Parent Portal under the Transportation Tab. If you need assistance with the Parent Portal please call us at (803) 641-2560.
Please click here to watch a short tutorial video on how to download Here Comes the Bus.
2021-2022 Student Registration
All students must register online for the 2021-2022 school year. New students should be registered by clicking here. Returning students should register through the Parent Portal. All students will need to submit two proof of residency documents. Acceptable proof of residency documents are listed below. If you need assistance, please call the office at 803-641-2560 or come by the school.
- Mortgage contract or statement
- SC Driver's License or ID Card
- Property Tax bill or Receipt
- Utility Bill (electric, water or gas)
- Cable/satellite, Internet or telephone bill
- Homeowners/renters Insurance policy
- Notarized Letter from Landlord
21-22 OWES Supply Lists
Before you rush out and buy supplies, please note that MANY of our community partners are going to be giving our Wise Owls school supplies at our Back to School Bash on August 7 (including free bookbags).
Oakwood-Windsor Elementary School's Mission:
Ownership of our learning.
Whole child, whole school, whole community.
Everyone prepared for success.
Striving to always be the best me.
Check out the South Carolina State Department of Education's link for "Supporting Early Literacy at Home: A Paren't Guide." This link has some great ideas and tools for supporting your young reader.
Check out our district counseling website for links to useful information and is updated daily!
-How to talk to your child about COVID-19 (articles, books, etc.)
-Updated information, operating hours, procedures for accessing local mental health centers
-AP, ACT, and SAT updates
-Class of 2020 reminders (FAFSA, etc.)
-SEL Activities to do at home
-Tips for managing stress and anxiety
-Career Resources to do at home
-Virtual college tour sites
-Free online tutoring resource
Click HERE to check it out!
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER - Check out our Twitter account @OakwoodWindsor to keep up with all the great things taking place at OWES.
The team includes coaches D’Angelo Bryant of Silver Bluff High School and Brian Smith of Ridge Spring-Monetta High School and student-athletes Drew Stevens of North Augusta High School and Remedee Leaphart of Ridge Spring-Monetta High School.
Poster and Essay Contest Winners to be Recognized During Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration
Winners and their families are invited to attend the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration where they will be recognized and receive their awards.
Leavelle McCampbell Middle’s School Improvement Council Named to State School Improvement Council 2022 Honor Roll
A School Improvement Council is comprised of students, parents, teachers, school faculty, staff, and community members who support the principal and the school.
Aiken County School Board Appoints Educator Fritz Mason as a New Assistant Principal at Aiken High School
His career in education began in the classroom as a special education teacher where he taught seventh-grade, 10th-grade, and 11th-grade English Language Arts.
Attributes of Premier Students
For a closer look at the Attributes of Premier students in Aiken County Public Schools, click on the words "Attributes of Premier Students," or simply look around your school as we're sharing these attributes in a big way and posters and banners are everywhere!