FILE: Students from Okatie Elementary School celebrate after superintendent Jeffrey Moss announces that they were one of the five South Carolina schools being awarded a 2013 National Blue Ribbon Schools award during an assembly at the school in Sept. 2013. The school's School Improvement Council was honored March 24, 2014, with the Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence.
FILE: Students from Okatie Elementary School celebrate after superintendent Jeffrey Moss announces that they were one of the five South Carolina schools being awarded a 2013 National Blue Ribbon Schools award during an assembly at the school in Sept. 2013. The school's School Improvement Council was honored March 24, 2014, with the Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence. Staff photo
FILE: Students from Okatie Elementary School celebrate after superintendent Jeffrey Moss announces that they were one of the five South Carolina schools being awarded a 2013 National Blue Ribbon Schools award during an assembly at the school in Sept. 2013. The school's School Improvement Council was honored March 24, 2014, with the Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence. Staff photo

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