Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The "Families First Coronavirus Response Act" provides additional EBT funds for families of students that would normally receive free lunch at school. For additional details, CLICK HERE.
Our OCS Governing Board along with administration felt that naming our Athletic Facility in his honor would allow Mark Case, Our Mightiest of Titans, to live on in the hearts of all current and past Titans. You can view the Athletic Facility Dedication Ceremony on the OCS Facebook page.
You are invited to go to our What Mr. Case Meant To Our School Community page and leave your thoughts on Mr. Case's legacy.
Welcome to the Oglethorpe Charter School Counseling office! Our office seeks to support our students with their academic, career, personal, and social development. The primary focus is to facilitate improved student performance and healthy development. With a comprehensive approach, our counselor partners with parents, teachers, administrators, community members, and students to enhance collaboration among all stakeholders.
Mr. Mark Case, Ed. S.
I have been associated with OCS from the very beginning. I have the unique background of serving on multiple committees during our school's founding. I was very involved in prepping our original building to open the doors to our very first Titans in 1999. I joined the staff in 2004 as our Computer Applications teacher with a goal of serving as the school counselor. During my time at Oglethorpe, I have served as our soccer coach, softball coach, basketball coach, and football coach. I have coached our swim team, have worked with the high school swimming program, and helped coach the Jenkins Lady Warrior soccer team. I am working in my dream job and I pledge my support to all Oglethorpe students.
Mrs. LaKisha Mack, Ed. S.
I was born and raised in Savannah, GA, and I love my city! I graduated from WFHS in 1997. I received my Bachelors Degree from the University of Georgia, Masters from Georgia Southern and Specialist degree from Valdosta State. I am married with 3 children (twin boys, 14 and a daughter, 4). I have been an educator for 18 years for SCCPSS. I love shopping, reading and just chilling with the family. I am so excited to be a Titan and your school counselor! My motto is that every student matters. My goal is to create relationships to help foster positive and productive young people in all areas of their lives. Let’s make 20-21 school year epic!!
We want to create a counseling program that meets the needs of our students. With that as our goal, we would like the parents and guardians of our students to help us by telling us what is important to them and the students in their homes. Please click on the link below to complete our "Parents' Needs Assessment."
Book Ends with Julia Cook
Julia Cook reads her children's' books that make sense for older students.