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NHS Blood Drive. March 5, 9:00 A.M.-1:30 P.M. Call the school to schedule a time.

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New Elementary Principal Hired!

Brett Webster New Elementary Administrator

Hi, my name is Brett Webster and I am extremely excited to become the PK – 5 Principal of Osceola.  My family and I are looking forward to moving there and getting involved with the community right away.  My wife Heather, and two sons Jack (6) and Miles (2), like to get out and be active.  We love to go on family walks, with our dog Jill.  Jack, played T-Ball last summer and is excited to try playing T-ball this summer in Osceola.  My educational experience started off at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.  From there I received my BA of Arts in Education.  After college I took a . . . read more Feedback 4

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One Hundred Days in First Grade!

The first grade class celebrated the 100th with some fun. Students had to count out one hundred marshmallows and toothpicks. With these supplies the kids split up into groups and created creatures or whatever they wanted to. The one hundredth day of school is over halfway through the school year. Together the students created a poster celebrating the day. This poster had pennies, cotton swabs, noodles, fruit loops, band-aids, corn, rolos, marshmallows, and glitter gems. The pennies were used to spell out “100 Days.” Then . . . read more

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OSCEOLA FFA COMPETES AT DISTRICT AG ED CONTESTS

Thirteen Osceola FFA members competed in district Career Development Events (CDEs) on March 3, 2015. Ag Ed District 2 includes Osceola, Columbus Lakeview, Newman Grove, Lindsay Holy Family, Humphrey, Leigh, Howells-Clarkson, Schuyler, David City, East Butler, Raymond Central, Ashland-Greenwood  and Mead high schools. CDEs are contests that measure the students in specific areas. Spring CDEs in Nebraska include  Ag Issues, Ag Mechanics,  Ag Sales, Agriscience, Biotechnology, . . . read more

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