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    Introducing Beanstack!

    The School District is pleased to announce that Osceola students now have access to Beanstack, a platform designed to encourage reading for pleasure. Click to more about Beanstack!

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    Meet Erika Booth, School Board Member - District 5

    Erika was born and raised in Kissimmee and is a proud product of Osceola County public schools. Erika also holds a Master of Arts in elementary education from the University of Central Florida. Click the link above to learn more about Erika!

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    Meet Heather Kahoun, School Board Member - District 4

    Heather Kahoun is a lifelong resident of Osceola County and is excited to be one of the district’s newest school board members serving District 4. Click the link above to learn more about Heather!

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  • Say Hello to Xello!

    “I want to attend college but can’t afford it.”  “There is no money to help me pay for college.”  “College is too expensive.”  “Where do I find scholarships?” While thinking about post-secondary education and how to pay for it can seem daunting, I’m here to be a resource. 

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    Bring Your Osceola B.E.S.T.

    You’ve probably seen the district posting about Bringing Your Osceola B.E.S.T., but maybe you aren’t sure what it is or what it means. Click the link to learn more!

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School District News

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    Tiffany Perry - Teacher of the Year

    Ms. Tiffany Perry has been named as Osceola County’s 2024 Teacher of the Year. She stands out among other amazing educators because of her ability to connect with learners in remarkable ways.

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    Janae Muchmore - School-Related Employee of the Year

    Janae Muchmore has been named as the 2023 School-Related Employee of the Year for the Osceola School District in recognition of her creative spirit, her exceptional work ethic, and her love of storytelling.

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    Valencia College's FAFSA Frenzy

    We know filing your FAFSA can feel a little intimidating, but we’re here for you. During our Virtual FAFSA Frenzy, current students, returning students, prospective students, and parents can get expert one-on-one help from dedicated Financial Aid Specialists and our very own Financial Learning Ambassadors.

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    March 10th Make-Up Day

    The Osceola County School Board approved Friday, March 10, 2023, as make-up day due to Hurricane Nicole. As such, March 10th will now be a regular school day for all students, faculty, and staff in order for the district to meet state requirements regarding the number of instructional minutes in a school year. Click to Read More!

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    High School Graduations

    Graduation caps will fly on the following days and times for Osceola County's 2023 high school graduates: May 22nd - 26th.

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Superintendent's Message

  • Dr. Debra Pace

    Hello parents and students! 

    In the Osceola School District, we are passionate about education, learning, and the very rewarding work of ensuring that we meet each and every child where they are and partner with them for success. As we enter our seventh year of strategic planning efforts as a district, outcomes have resoundingly shown that we are "getting better at getting better" in many areas. While the last several years have been challenging for every school district, it is of critical importance here in Osceola County that we return to the basics when it comes to high-quality instruction in our classrooms. To do that, this year's strategic plan goals and activities have a renewed focus on who matters the most - our learners - and what it takes to best prepare them to be successful, future-ready graduates.

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Strategic Plan

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