Marshpoint Elementary and Oatland Island Wildlife Center are excited that your child is enrolled in the Nature PreK program at Oatland for the 21-22 school year! Important student information is listed below.
If you are a preschool or day care wanting to book a private Pre-K program, you will need to call 395-1510 or click here to speak with our Field Trip Coordinator as the Nature Pre-K is a year-long program and is a part of the Savannah Chatham County Public School System and aligns with their calendar school year.
We understand that knowing what to do if your child has potentially been exposed to COVID-19 or is exhibiting signs of illness can be confusing. We have provided the flowchart below to provide our students parents with a guide for response to different situations you may experience during the pandemic. We hope this helps and thank you for your support of Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools.
COVID 19 - Oatland Island Nature PreK Notification & Screening
Please click the screening button below and complete if you or your child is feeling sick.
If your child is at home, please do not report to school until you receive a phone call or email from a Marhpoint staff member regarding next steps. If you are unable to complete this form, please call the front office at (912) 395-1508 and report close contact/sickness immediately.
Important Upcoming Dates
Martin Luther King Observance, January 17th, 2022 - No School
PreK Class Rules
1. Be a friend to your classmates.
2. Be a good listener.
3. Keep hands and feet to yourself.
4. Raise your hand to have a turn to talk.
5. Follow the directions that teachers give.
Meet your teacher!
Hi! I'm Mrs. Lincoln and I am so excited to be your teacher this year. I have been teaching for 14 years and this is my 8th year teaching at Marshpoint/Oatland Island. I am married and have 2 children, both of whom will be attending Kennesaw State this year. We are going to have so much fun this year! I look forward to a wonderful year!
We ask that you do not send Bug Spray or Sun Screen
Please apply these items prior to arriving for class each morning. If bug spray is necessary, we recommend spraying on clothing instead of skin.
Board of Education Policy states: The parent is responsible for the application of sunscreen or insect repellent, because of the potential of over application and allergic reaction. Students should not be allowed to bring or apply these items at school or the same reasoning. Like other over-the-counter medication they have the potential of being abused or given to other causing illness.
Please Note: Oatland Island is notorious for red bugs/chiggers. Avoid them by applying bug spray to under garments where elastic meets skin and on socks and shoes.
How can I register for Oatland Island Nature PreK?
The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System has 65 Georgia Lottery funded Pre-K classes. The year-long Pre-Kindergarten programs provide services to age eligible four year olds (must be four years of age on or before September 1 of the school year) residing in Chatham County. A maximum of twenty-two (22) students receive services in each class district wide. More information about the Georgia Lottery funded Pre-Kindergarten Programs can be obtained by going to www.decal.ga.gov. Lottery registration usually begins in February of each year.
If you have any questions about Marshpoint Elementary's Pre-K program at Oatland Island, you can always contact Amanda Drought, the Pre-K Project Director for the Savannah Chatham County Public School System, at (912) 395-1330.