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Superintendent's Update for February 24th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    The resounding sound around the district this week is a sigh of relief that winter has finally decided to give us a break from the unexpected two week break.  I am pleased to report that- for the most part -students and staff were able to utilize all the plans in place and the resources available to keep learning moving forward in the face of snow and ice. That said, we are nearing the completion of the third academic quarter, and it is critical students stay on track for a strong finish in May. To help with this, the quarterly… read more Read More >>
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Superintendent's Update for February 17th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    Tomorrow will be another day of out of school buildings for our students. As you know, this run of winter weather has given us the opportunity to put our full system for distance learning into use beyond Mondays. Teachers are posting new assignments by 9:00 am in Canvas and communicating via Zoom and Remind- tools with which most everyone has had extensive experience by this point.    Tomorrow (2/18) we are hosting a food pickup event. Food is available for any SOTO family - located at the UE from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm and again 4:30… read more Read More >>
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Superintendent's Update for February 10th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    To date, this school year has been filled with its share of joys and challenges. When I pause to think about it, the same can be said of this past week.   There is no playbook for navigating the issues that 2020 and 2021 have caused in every sector of our community, the state, and the nation. Students and teachers have more pressure on them than ever. But in our district they have risen to the occasion. They have accomplished more than most dreamed possible back in August. But it hasn’t been easy by any means. A teacher recently… read more Read More >>
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Superintendent's Update for February 3rd

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-  We are fielding questions about an upcoming mass vaccination event at our high school campus. As you may have heard, Governor Mike Parson has activated Missouri National Guard troops to assist with mass vaccination clinics for COVID-19 in each of the Missouri State Highway Patrol regions. Most of mid-Missouri falls into Region F, including Camden, Miller and Morgan counties- which made our district facilities an ideal location for the event.    Lake Regional Health System is now working alongside area emergency management agencies… read more Read More >>