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Oak Creek Elementary School
3060 Goodwin Lane
New Braunfels, TX 78130
(830)837-7200 (New Braunfels)
(830)609-6282 (San Antonio)
(830)885-1998 (GVTC)
(830)837-7201 (Fax)
7:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.


Principal
Janet Levine

Asst. Principals
Robin Svatek



 
 

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Mission & Vision of Oak Creek Elementary School

A Letter From Principal Levine:

Dear Oak Creek Ocelot Family,

It is my privilege to serve you as principal of Oak Creek as we work together to achieve academic, emotional, and social success. We are very proud of all that Oak Creek Elementary offers to our students. We have a dedicated community of PTA Officers, members, volunteers, teachers, staff, and students.

Our entire Oak Creek family is committed to form a strong foundation to nurture and celebrate all our students as they become leaders of our school and community. Our Ocelot Officers as well as our Awesome Ocelot character program at Oak Creek is preparing our students for the world they will be a part of. Our vision is to continue to teach our children to think at a higher level and offer the best resources to achieve this goal. We thank you for entrusting them to our care.

Your continued support is appreciated as we all work to keep our students happy and focused on learning new and exciting things each day. Ocelots are ready to meet the challenge!

Please know that if you have any questions or just want to visit, I would be more than glad to meet with you.

We are Awesome Ocelots!

Sincerely,

Mrs. J. Levine
Principal
Oak Creek Elementary

   
 
 

 
 
 
 
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