Welcome to Oakview Elementary! We are the WISE Owls and we give a hoot about our students, our parents and our staff!
While at Oakview, we will be
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Please click HERE to view Oakview's Bus Route information.
We are available for registrations Monday through Friday from 10:00 - 2:00.
We are excited about your child attending Oakview Elementary! Follow these easy steps to register your child.
Enrollment packets can be downloaded from the Wake County Public Schools website. Packets are also available in the front office of your current base school.
Below is the information that parents need for registration:
1. Proof of residence (current water, gas, or electric bill that is no more than 60 days old, newly signed lease or settlement statement).
2. Certified copy of your child's birth certificate. You can obtain an official birth certificate from the county or state health department where the child was born. Copies will not be accepted.
3. Immunization records
4. Any custody documents specific to your child
5. Photo ID of parent or guardian
By state law, children entering kindergarten must be 5 years old on or before August 31 of that school year. Children do not need to be present for registration. In fact, it is preferable for parents to register without your children present, if at all possible.
For additional information visit the WCPSS website.
Mr. Moore is excited to introduce his weekly newsletter. Newsletters will be published each Sunday. You should recieve a link to this newsletter each Sunday via text and/or email.
Click here to go to out Supply List page.
Student check-out end at 3:00 p.m. After this time, please plan to pick your students up in carpool. Thank you. OES Office Staff
Our Counselor, Ms. Poe, has some helpful information for you here.
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM Information session about 3rd grade Explorers
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Spirit Night at Chili's
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM Information session about 3rd grade Explorers
The Wake County Board of Education on Tuesday indicated it intends to convert Lake Myra and Timber Drive elementary to a multi-track year-round calendar, beginning in July 2018.
The Wake County Board of Education on Tuesday indicated its intention to change six schools to traditional calendar schools starting in the 2018-19 school year.