Phone: 678-583-8927


Degrees and Certifications:

The Shaw University- Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication Cleveland State University-Elementary Education University of Phoenix- Masters in Curriculum and Instruction TAG (Talented and Gifted)Certified Arts Integration

Mrs. Kelly Oxendine

Hello Superheroes! 



            Welcome to your second grade class where all superpowers will be unleashed. My name is Mrs. Kelly Oxendine and I will be your child's teacher and facilitator for the 2024-2025 school year. I am beyond excited about this new year of learning and lifelong experiences for all of us. Since your superheroes will be in training with me, let me tell you a little about myself.

   I am originally from Cleveland, Ohio. I moved to Georgia in 2008. I have been married for 16 years to Lieutenant Colonel Calvin Oxendine who has now retired after 35 years of service. We have three wonderful children. I have a 21-year-old (Keslynn) who is a college student. I have two sons, 12-year-old (Calvin) and a 7-year-old (Kaden). My family is my pride and joy. When I am not in the classroom doing the job that I love, I enjoy quality time and anything sport-related with my family.  I love to watch movies/Golden Girls, listen to music, sing, dance, play sports, ride my peleton and go to church.

       I graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Shaw University in 2002 with a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication. In 2008, I became a certified teacher in Elementary Education at Cleveland State University. In 2010, I earned my Masters Degree at The University of Phoenix in Curriculum and Instruction. In 2014, I received my TAG (talented and gifted) Certification. I was also a part of the Arts Integration Team of Henry County. I am currently training for LETRS Training (Language Essentals for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) to continue to grow my craft, in addition to being a part of the HCS Alliance of Teacher Leaders. I am entering into my 17th year as an educator. Fifteen of these years have been in Henry County. I am looking forward to a "SUPER" school year.