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Congratulations State Track Qualifiers: Trevor Carlson, Luke Ericson, Dahlton Gabel, Riley Girard, Kenady Kuhnel, Isabel Zelasney, Kraton Gabel, Macy Gustafson, Conner Pinney, Cassie Caraway, and Sam Hays! Great times for the Bulldogs!

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Osceola Says "Happy Retirement" to Longtime Teacher

     The Bulldog’s are saying farewell to Mrs. Deborah Anderson, who has been teaching at Jeffery Elementary for 40 years. Her teaching career started at Jeffery Elementary where she had no intentions of staying until she met her husband and they settled down in Osceola, about which  Mrs. Anderson says, “I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.” Over Mrs. Anderson’s years of teaching, she has taught Special Ed, Kindergarten, First grade, Fourth grade, and is now the K-5 Reading Specialist. Outside of teaching Mrs. Anderson has also directed the junior and senior plays, judged lines for . . . read more

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Osceola Students Compete In TEAMS Competition

Students Finish Eighth!

Last February, the team of Cy Cannon, Luke Ericson, Christian Schleif, Ethan Yungdahl and Derek Voigt traveled to UNL, where they competed in the annual TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science) competition.  Since there is a month-long window for schools around the state to compete at various sites, results were not available until recently.  The Osceola team fared quite well, placing 8th overall in the state.  Click on the picture to the right for a partial list of results. read more

Math Students Make Vocabulary Videos

Check out their videos!

This past school year, every math student in grades 7-12 was asked to pick a word from a list of mathematical terms.  Students were then expected to make a short instructional video regarding said word.  Using iMovie, students collectively created a series of videos, with each one consisting of a series of pictures accompanied by student narration.  The idea was to provide an easily accessible resource for all those instances when students cannot remember the meaning of or do . . . read more

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