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  • New Administrative Appointments

    New Administrative Appointments On July 13, 2021, the Osceola County School Board approved the following administrative appointments:

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  • Back-to-School Information

    Classes resume for all Osceola County students on Thursday, August 12, 2021. Click here for the latest back-to-school information.

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  • Osceola School District Awarded Recognition For Outstanding Financial Reporting

    The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the Osceola School District for its comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020.

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  • New Administrative Appointments

    On June 15, 2021, the Osceola County School Board approved the following administrative appointments: George Arscott, Principal of Tohopekaliga High School, Kelly Myers, Principal of Professional and Technical High School (PATHS), Dr. Nykowana Sloan, Assistant Principal at oTECH/ALCO – Poinciana Campus, Dr. Lisa-Renee Gilford, Assistant Principal at Osceola County School for the Arts, Catherine Hiltunen, Assistant Principal at Mill Creek Elementary, and Amanda Brown, Assistant Principal at Boggy Creek Elementary.

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  • Back-To-School Immunization Information

    It is important that your child be properly immunized to attend school in the Fall.

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Superintendent's Message

  • Dr. Debra Pace As the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our communities, the Osceola School District remains vigilant in extending high-quality opportunities for all students to learn and grow. At the end of last school year, thousands of dedicated educators and professionals in public education in our county rose up and made the best of a rapidly-changing situation in an unprecedented time to serve our children and families with creativity, resilience, flexibility, and commitment. I am also proud of our parents and students who did a remarkable job continuing to learn in circumstances none of us could have imagined when the school year began. As the conditions with COVID-19 are continuing to evolve, the challenge is not yet over.

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