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  • Back-To-School Resources

    You're probably feeling excited and maybe a little sad that summer is over. Some kids feel nervous or a little scared on the first day of school because of all the new things: new teachers, new friends, and maybe even a new school. Luckily, these "new" worries only stick around for a little while. Let's find out more about going back to school!

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  • OHS AP Capstone Diploma

    Diploma program focuses on college-level research, collaboration, and presentation skills crucial for college and career success. Read more here!

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  • Empowering Parents In Media Center Partnerships

    Superintendent Dr. Debra Pace has instructed staff to gather the following books from school libraries in Osceola County pending review by a Book Review Committee.

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  • Osceola Prosper

    Gathered in gymnasiums and auditoriums across Osceola County’s public high schools Monday – the first day after Spring Break -- students, teachers and administrators had no idea why.

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  • Taylor Kuwik Named Osceola School District’s Teacher of the Year

    Ms. Taylor Kuwik, First Grade Teacher at St. Cloud Elementary, has been named as Osceola County’s 2023 Teacher of the Year.

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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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