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Osceola Students Runner-up at STATE One Act Competition! Way to go cast and crew!

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Full time Custodial/Bus Driver Needed Immediately!

Combined Positions Preferred, But Would Consider Separately

Osceola Public Schools is accepting applications for a full time bus driver/custodian starting immediately.  This will be a 40 hour per week position with benefits such as BC/BS insurance, some paid holidays and sick leave. Pay will be commencerate with experience.  Candidates must have a good driving record, pleasant personality, attention to detail, and be patient and love being around kids.   All costs involved with getting your CDL and bus permits are paid for by the district as well as other costs involved to become certified.  In order to receive the benefits both positions are required. . . .

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Elementary Students Learn Computer Coding

  Mrs. Carnes is keeping the elementary computer students busy with trying to figure out different codes. She has been using a new program called Coding. This introduces kids to such skills as how to analyze patterns and helps the kids understand how to use critical thinking skills.  Mrs. Carnes teaches this to the third, fourth, and fifth graders.   While the third through fifth graders are learning coding , Mrs. Carnes is also teaching the kindergarten, first, and second grades how to use the iPads .  Kindergartners use the Starfall app, which helps them with math and reading. . . .

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Osceola Stock Market Team Wins First Place

  Osceola Public Schools sent two teams to the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge on November 15, in Lincoln, Nebraska .  Team #1 was Garrett Fisher, Caden Theis , and Tristin Johnston . Team #2 was Rob Buhl, Lela Blackburn , and Curtis Hasenkamp .  The competition consisted of 42 teams from different schools across the state.  There were simulated days and each day was 90 seconds long. Each day represented each round and there were 60 days. The starting investment for each team was a million dollars and twenty-six different companies to choose from.  For each day teams could decide if they . . .

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Watts Named Player of the Game by Columbus News Team

Check out this interview with #24, Peyton Watts from the Columbus News Team.   https://youtu.be/mMAyT6n4Nf0

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2020: The Class with Vision

  The freshmen are off to a great start, getting their hands in football, cheerleading, and volleyball.  The members of the class of 2020 were all pretty excited when Homecoming came around.      Libby Scott is the solo freshman for the cheer squad.  Libby says her favorite thing about being part of the Dazzlers is Cheer Wars and being around the other cheerleaders.     The volleyball team was lucky to get some new freshmen: Libby Scott , Mackenzie Pinney , and Calli Carlson .  These Lady Bulldogs are ready to work hard and challenge the upperclassmen . . .

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Want to Watch Games from Home?

   If the Bulldogs are playing volleyball, basketball, or football, and some of you super fans are unable to attend the games, did you know you can watch many games from your home, simply by turning on your computer? (With the except on State Playoff Games)   Following are the steps to getting Bulldog events on your computer through StrivTV.      There are two ways to begin.  You can click on the button to your right, right now!  Click the one that says "Striv TV Live Watch Now."  The other way to get started is to type striv . tv into your browser's address . . .

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Changes to FAFSA

From https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/about/announcements/fafsa-changes

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Board of Education Meeting Agendas

E-meeting link to Board of Education Information

 
 

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