Olivet Community Schools
255 First Street  - Olivet, Michigan 49076
Telephone #: (269)749-9129
Fax #: (269) 749-9701
(Other Contact Information, go to: District > Contact Information)

Coming Up:

2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR


Superintendent Search

Superintendent Search

On Monday, January 25, 2016 the Olivet Board of Education heard presentations from three superintendent search firms and approved the hiring of Hartman Consulting to conduct the district's 2016 Superintendent Search.

More information will be posted here soon. The community and public are welcome to give input and attend upcoming meetings and interviews.

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A Commitment to Safety

The goal of OK2SAY is to stop harmful behavior before it occurs by encouraging students to report threatening behavior to caring adult authorities who can help. Featuring a comprehensive communication system that facilitates tip submissions through telephone, text, website, e-mail, and multimedia technologies, OK2SAY enables Michigan residents to confidentially report student safety threats to trained program operators, who forward tips on to local law enforcement agencies, school officials, or community mental health service programs for a timely response.

Substitute Teachers & Paraprofessionals Needed

Olivet Community Schools is in need of individuals to fill-in for staff illnesses and/or professional development times. 

OCS hires our subsitute staff through EduStaff.org if you think you might be interested. 

Just begin your application on-line, attend an orientation meeting and you will be ready to work whenever you choose! 
Pick the days you want to work, search on-line for openings and you can receive calls for new jobs as they become available!  Sign-up today! Questions, call Teresa at 269-749-9129.


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Recent Announcements

  • FPE Safety Project The FPE, PAC and PTO are joining together to raise money for an entry way security project to align with reccommendations from the Olivet Schools Safety Committee. Parents and the ...
    Posted Feb 4, 2016, 5:57 AM by Teresa Montague
  • School Board Vacancy due to Piepkow Resignation On January 25, 2016, Scott Piepkow announced his resignation from the Olivet Board of Education. He sited family commitments for resigning and wished Board members continued success. Applications are available ...
    Posted Jan 27, 2016, 7:47 AM by Teresa Montague
  • School Closings & Inclement Weather Well it's December 18th and we might get some snow today. Just a reminder of the following weather information...In case of extreme weather conditions when regular education buses ...
    Posted Dec 18, 2015, 7:08 AM by Teresa Montague
  • Free and Reduced Meal Applications accepted anytime The Olivet Community Schools participate in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program to provide free and reduced meals to families with financial needs.   Parents/guardians please apply for free ...
    Posted Aug 12, 2015, 9:39 AM by Teresa Montague
  • Get Signed Up Today - Text/Email Messages from the Superintendent Would you like to receive information about school cancelations, delays, rescheduled events?  We have a way for you to receive up-to-date and timely information from Superintendent Brooke Judd ...
    Posted Nov 24, 2015, 6:53 AM by Teresa Montague
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Emergency Preparedness

Attached you will find a letter to parents summarizing the district's actions after a "perimeter lockdown" as suggested by local law enforcement officials. We want parents to know that are utmost importance is student safety and we must handle situations such as these with advice from expertly trained officials.

We have identified the high school principal, Tim Volovsek as our District Safety Committee chair and hope to be actively searching for ways to improve our schools.

Questions regarding the letter may be directed to the Superintendent's Office at 269-749-9129.