Dallas LeDuff
Welcome Braves! I am Dallas LeDuff, the proud assistant principal of Oconee County Middle School. OCMS is in for an exciting year with our new construction well underway. It will be fascinating to watch as our new addition unfolds. Safety remains a top priority as we navigate our campus. OCMS has an outstanding faculty, staff, student body and community. Together we will continue our tradition of excellence.

Before my experience at Oconee Middle School, I was a high school special education teacher in two different Georgia school districts. I taught students who were on the autism spectrum and had emotional and behavioral disorders.  Most recently, I also served as a high school graduation coach in my previous district. I was also fortunate enough to coach student-athletes in football and wrestling.

In order to prepare myself for my role as an educator, I attended Clemson University in South Carolina where I received a Bachelor's Degrees in Special Education. During my teaching career I completed my Master's Degree in Educational Leadership at Georgia State University and Education Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership at Valdosta State University. I am currently pursuing a Doctoral Degree at Valdosta State University.

I look forward to a great year here at Oconee County Middle School with our fabulous young Braves and outstanding staff.

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Oconee County Schools will be a nationally-recognized leader in academic achievement by ensuring all students receive a rigorous, balanced education that will enable them to compete in and contribute to a global society.