• An Important Message from Superintendent Dr. Debra Pace

    Superintendent Dr. Debra Pace shares some important information related to the Osceola School District's Ready. Set. RESTART! Plan for the second semester. Watch now!

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  • Let Us Know Your Choice by December 9

    It's time to tell us your choice for the second semester of the 2020-2021 school year. Let us know if your child(ren) will be returning for face-to-face instruction on campus, engaging in digital learning through their assigned school, or enrolling in virtual learning through Osceola Virtual School.

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  • What will response to COVID-19 look like this year?

    While our back to school protocols rely heavily on face coverings for students and staff, daily self-screenings for COVID-19 symptoms, social distancing, and hand washing and sanitizing, we understand there may come a time when someone tests positive for COVID-19.

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  • What will a school bus look like this year?

    While the number of students who ride the bus will be smaller, as some students are learning digitally, the district still has to think through logistics to keep students, bus drivers, and bus attendants safe and healthy to and from school.

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  • What will a cafeteria look like this year?

    Feeding children is what we do; and COVID-19 has just meant that we have to make some adjustments to keep our students and staff healthy and safe. One thing we know for sure: School meals will become increasingly integral to child nutrition as families continue to grapple with pandemic-related unemployment and financial hardships.

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  • What will classrooms look like this year?

    When schools do resume face-to-face classes, things will look a lot different than what we’re used to in order to protect students, teachers, administrators, and staff and to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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  • What will cleaning and sanitizing look like this year?

    Keeping our schools clean and disinfected will be of critical importance to ensure our students and staff are healthy and ready to learn and teach.

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