From the very first day of kindergarten, Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District is sparking the flame of success even in our youngest of students through creative and individualized learning experiences in every classroom. Sudduth Elementary is where the Starkville Spark begins during pre-kindergarten through 1st grade.  

PreK students using manipulativeIndividualized, Personalized Educational Experience
Through multisensory sensory instruction, teachers engage students through sight, hearing, movement and touch to help them connect in more than one way to what they are learning. Hands-on, collaborative learning experiences in art, science, math, reading, music, technology and play, curiosity comes alive as our youngest Yellow Jackets begin a lifelong journey of learning in a student-centered, 21st century classroom that encourages curiosity, creativity, problem solving and critical thinking.

A Space for Excellence
Maker space, collaborative work places inside our schools, focuses on student-centered in quiry and support peer collaboration while encouraging our students to engage in conversations and build relationships as they learning together.  

Arts Education  
From water color to multi-media design, children in the Starkville Oktibbeha School District participate in music and art education beginning in kindergarten. 

Sudduth student using an iPad and headphones1:1 Technology
Starkville Oktibbeha School District offers a 1:1 digital environment with iPads for our lower elementary students to support an emphasis on project-based learning and 21st century performance areas: critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity.  

 As a REACH Mississippi Tier 2 Model Site, Sudduth Elementary School embraces school wide positive behavior intervention and support (SWPBIS) for students, implementing the best evidence-based academic and behavioral practices for improving important academic and behavior outcomes for all students. 


Learning as We Grow 
Students at Sudduth Elementary School harvest fruits and veggies in their school garden funded with generous support from Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners. Tending to the garden offers hands-on learning experiences for students as they connect physically to nutrition education. The Sudduth Seeds Garden and its community partner in excellence is a recipient of a 2021 Governor’s Award for partnership excellence. 


Sudduth News

Back to School Open Houses

Starkville Oktibbeha School District will host Back to School events for parents and st...

Centralized Registration Help Center

Starkville Oktibbeha School District will host a three-day Centralized Registration Hel...

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Starkville High School Soccer is pleased to offer a mini camp for youth in rising ...

Sudduth Calendar


Sudduth Open House is by appointment only. Parents may sign up for an appointment during Teacher Assignment Pickup on July 15