Due to weather Osceola will not have school on Wednesday January 22nd. Drive safely!!!!

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Jeffrey Elementary - Puppy Paws

January 20th - January 24th Puppy Paws Doors unlock @ 7:45AM Breakfast is served from 7:45AM - 8:05AM Please call the office before 8:00AM if your child will be late, absent, or leaving early. Please remember to send a coat, hat and gloves with your child to school. Parents: As the weather is changing we are still going to ask that you please wait outside for your child. The teachers will . . .

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2019 Class D-1 State Champions!

Osceola/High Plains StormDogs Finish on Top!!

Back in 2014 this group of then 7th graders began cooping in the football in order for either school to have a competitive football program.  That year ended in an undefeated season and a group that formed a bond that created a team attitude.  While that bond may have been put on hold during their freshmen and sophomore years, that bond returned during the 2018 season as they came back together in a High School Coop.  They . . .

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PowerSchool Notification Directions

For Osceola Power School Notification Information

This page provides parents the directions to change there contact information in Osceola Public Schools Swift K-12 notification system, so that parents can control how they are contact on event notification sent out by the school.  Click here for a pdf version of the directions for use .  If you should have problems please contact the High School at 402-747-3121 for assistance.

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Jeffrey Elementary School Supply List

2019-2020 Jeffrey Elementary School Supply List

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Current Highlights


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Current Members Of The Board

Click on the link below for current and past Osceola Board of Education meeting information.  Osceola E-Meeting Link. Osceola Public Schools Board of Education . . . read more

Changes to FAFSA

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

On Sept. 14, 2015, President Obama announced significant changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid ( FAFSA ® ) process that will impact millions of students. Starting next year, students will be able to do the following: Submit a FAFSA ® Earlier:   Students will be able to file a 2017–18 FAFSA as early as . . . read more