The Osceola School District is committed to engaging all stakeholders in the education of our children. Only when we build strong relationships with our staff, students, families and community members can we best meet the needs of each and every student.
School Upcoming Events
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I would like to welcome all of you to another great school year at Partin Settlement Elementary School. This year we will be working to promote a growth mindset with both our students and staff. The growth mindset, in a nutshell, is learning is increased by believing that effort and learning from your mistakes increases learning more than IQ or innate talent. I believe all students are capable learners and that they will all show growth.
We are proud to be Pioneers who promote the Pioneer 3: To be Respectful, Responsible, Positive Problem Solvers.
Karen "Casey" Corbett, Principal
Attention Parents and Students:
PSE is a peanut-free school.
PSE Arrival & Dismissal ProceduresFOR THE SAFETY OF ALL STUDENTSWE NEED YOUR HELP
Car riders must be dropped off and picked up in the car rider area. The car rider location is in the rear of the school and the entrance is located on Partin Settlement Road at Northeast Christian Church. Click here for map. Drop off may begin at 7:50 AM, no earlier, as students will not have supervision prior to that time. Never, ever, leave a student without a staff member present. Please have your student ready to exit the car by the time you arrive at the drop off area. This includes saying your goodbyes and having their backpacks ready. This helps increase how quickly we can get students out of the cars and either to breakfast or class.Dismissal: All vehicles must have a car tag in order to pick up students.Vehicles without car tags will be sent to the front office to register for one before they are allowed to pick up their student(s).
Students, if you leave from the walker gate you must be walking home. Students may not be picked up in the front parking lot. Parents, if you are picking up in a vehicle, you must pick them up in the car loop located behind the school. Please do not use the front parking lot as a car rider pick up. All walkers/bikers enter/exit from the bike rack area. Students should not arrive at the bike area until 7:50 AM. Any bikes left before that time will remain outside of the locked area for the school day. There is an additional second walker gate that enters/exits from the Lago Buendia subdivision at the back of our school.Walker gates are open from 8:00am to 8:20am.
RAINY DAY PLANS
If it is raining but no lightning present, students will be instructed to follow their rainy day plan. So, if planned, walkers/bikers may still walk/bike home OR you can teach your child to go to the car rider area on rainy days. If lightning is present, all walkers and bike riders will be held in the front foyer until the storm passes and it is safe to release them. It is important your child knows their rainy day plan to minimize confusion. We must be notified in writing of any change in dismissal procedure for your child. Student safety is always our top priority.
CELEBRATIONS AND EVENTS AT PSE
Due to safety and liability issues, younger siblings/children will not be allowed to attend any events during regular school hours. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Education which inspires all to their highest potential and develops the whole child
Is to create a safe, secure and nurturing educational environment in which every student is an active learner
WWAGS - We Work At a Great School!
OUR CORE BELIEFS
· All students are capable of learning and achieving high standards.·Effective teaching requires planning, implementation, and reflection.·Learning communities that offer a sense of collaboration and understanding will enhance instruction and the education of students.· Parents are educational leaders in their child’s life.