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Dr. Michelle Gregg

School of the Osage Announces new Special Education Process Coordinator

School of the Osage is proud to announce the hiring of Dr. Michelle Gregg as Special Education Process Coordinator. A graduate of Jefferson City High School, Dr. Gregg earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology for Education from University of Central Missouri. She also holds a Master’s of Science degree in Secondary Administration from William Woods University, a Specialist degree in Elementary Mathematics from University of Central Missouri, and her Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Educational Leadership from William Woods University. Dr. Gregg is currently a Special Education Department Chair… read more Read More >>
Miss Katelyn Engelbrecht

School of the Osage Announces new Speech and Language Pathologist 

  School of the Osage is proud to announce the hiring of Miss Katelyn Engelbrecht as Speech and Language Pathologist. A graduate of Cole R-5 in Eugene, Miss Engelbrecht earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders at University of Central Missouri and Missouri State University and her Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders at University of Central Missouri.  Miss Engelbrecht has been a part-time Speech and Language Pathologist Assistant for School of the Osage since December. Read More >>

School of the Osage is committed to providing a range of services to equip our students to reach their fullest potential. Student Services encompasses Special Education, Section 504, Homeless/Foster Care Services, Health Services and Gifted Education. School of the Osage also has Early Childhood Education Services which includes our Preschool and Parents as Teachers.