Keowee Mission Statement
Our Mission at Keowee Elementary School, in cooperation with home and community, is to challenge and enable every child to learn and grow academically, socially, and
 emotionally, within a safe and nurturing environment. 


Congratulations to our October Cubs of the Month!
Congratulations, Keowee Cubs! These students were chosen by their teachers because they are respectful, responsible, and ready to learn:  Jude Holliday, Journei Savage, Connor Smith, Zoey Moody, Sammy Burdette, Lilli Nelson, Silas Holliday, Zoey Tyler, Cameron Perigen , Braxton Connally, Leila Dinkins, Daniel Bernshausen, Amberly Bledsoe, Marli Gibson, Luke Dent, Ryder Smith, Maddy Ford, Samantha D'Aiuto, Landon Rogers, Canden Abercrombie, Corban Ward, Chloe Eller, and Zayda Webb.  Keowee is proud of the example you set for others!

Rotary  Student of the Quarter
Congratulations to Keowee's Rotary Student of the Quarter!
Haley is a hardworking, polite and caring young lady. She always has a smile on her face, and a smile to share, Haley is always there to help other students in the classroom struggling to understand, and she is always trying to assist her teachers in staying organized! She is becoming more confident when speaking to others around school, and often helps younger, less-confident students by walking them places in the school. Over the last couple of years, Haley has made tremendous gains and progress in her academics and social skills. Everyone at Keowee is proud of Haley for being our Rotary Student of the Quarter. 

Oconee Public Library Introduces Literacy Kits
The Oconee County Public Library has a new service being offered to families.  Please click the link below for more information about literacy kits available for check out!    Oconee Public Library Introduces Literacy Kits

School Improvement Council Meeting Dates
School Improvement Council Meeting Dates for the 2019-2020 School Year.
Members will meet at 3:15 pm on the following Thursdays:

September 26         October 24 December 5
January 23              February 20
March 26               April 23 


  • Important Bus Information During the 2019-2020 school year, the SDOC Transportation Department will continue its implementation of the following procedure in regards to students in Pre-K through Grade 3.  Students in ...
    Posted Aug 19, 2019, 12:52 PM by Rachel Smith
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Walhalla United

Our vision is to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through the development of appropriate differentiated instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. All learners are encouraged to be self-sufficient, responsible, cooperative and caring members of our community.

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