Superintendent's Update for February 24th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Soccer Ball

2021 Youth Soccer

Youth Soccer Summer Camp Information

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Girls Basketball vs Eldon

This was a reschedule from last week and took the place of the Helias game. It was nice for us in that we got to have another home game and another game as we look to get back into playing shape after the long break. Eldon started off quicker and got out to a good lead.

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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.   

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Just Snow

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.  

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Empty Swings

Looking Back, Moving Forward

School of the Osage Response to Education in 20-21

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Superintendent's Update for February 3rd

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community- 

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Parent Teacher Conferences - February 22nd

February 22nd

11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Follow the links below to sign up for a zoom meeting with your student's teacher.

ECC: https://www.signupgenius.com/tabs/83c77d607a2cbefc60-earlycenter

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The Curious Savage: OHS Theatre Production

March 11 & 12

7:00 PM

$5 Students

$8 Adults

Cummings Auditorium

Tickets purchased at the door Limited Seating on first come first serve basis.

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Superintendent's Update for January 27th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    At Monday night’s meeting, the BOE approved the following recommendations for the 2021-2022 school year.   Mrs. Holly Birdsley - Director of Early Childhood Center and Federal Programs Dr. David Sperling - Heritage Elementary Principal Mrs. Julie Fish - Heritage Elementary Assistant Principal/504 Director Mr. Chris Wolf - Upper Elementary Principal Dr. Andria Hodge - Upper Elementary Assistant Principal Mr. Brian Dickerson - Middle School Principal

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Osage Cares

February Wellness Challenge

Welcome to Mindfulness BINGO! This month’s Wellness Challenge is to complete any 5 mindfulness activities. While they do not have to be in a row, we do ask that you try at least 2 different activities. Click on the activity for an explanation, example or sample activity.

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Varsity Girls’ Basketball vs Eldon

It was strange to be playing on a Saturday morning, but it was a good place to be: at home and playing for a third place trophy. The girls started out very well against an Eldon team that was a very different one than the team we played in early December. I was very pleased with how aggressive our guards were with the drive.

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Superintendent's Update for January 20th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    We are currently in the process of gathering information to inform decisions about next year’s calendar.   We are gathering information from the following sources.

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Girls Basketball vs Iberia

The Lady Indians were hoping to put the bad memory of the Hallsville game out of their mind and they did a great job of that against a much improved 7-4 Iberia team. The first quarter was the Sara Wolf show as she hit four three’s to lead our attack. As she would tell you, this was a team effort.

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Girls Basketball vs Plato

This was the opening game in our pool of the Osage tournament. We were playing a Plato team that we don’t see very often. They didn’t have a ton of wins, but they are well coached and have played many close games against the best their conference has to offer.

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Girls Basketball vs Hallsville

This game seemed very familiar, but not in a good way. On Friday our girls shot the ball extremely well against Buffalo and did just about everything right in the first half. The same thing happened in this game, but it was Hallsville that shot well and did most everything correctly.

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Superintendent's Update for January 13th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Attendence Update/ Schedule Change

Our attendence guidelines will be moving from a Category 1 to a Category 2 starting today for our home events. This will increase the number of fans that can attend home events, as well as allowing the return of the pep band, tribe, etc... for more details, please click here.  This will only be for home events, we will still follow the host school guidelines when traveling to away games. 

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Girls Basketball vs Buffalo

The Lady Indians hoped to continue their recent string of strong play when Buffalo came to town on Friday. Both teams came in 4-5 on the year and both have been playing much better after slow starts. To say that our girls came out firing on all cylinders would be an understatement.

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Varsity Girls vs Linn, MO

For our first game in 19 days a much-improved Linn team came to Osage. We hoped to continue our hot shooting from the previous game, but after such a long layoff, you never know. We started a bit sluggishly and let their best player get some open looks. We were down 8-4 and took a timeout.

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Christmas at SOTO

Superintendent's Update for January 6th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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BOE & Teachers

Superintendent's Update for December 16th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    In August, it seemed doubtful that we would make it through the semester without some type of building closure. Because of your support, patience, and extra-effort, we’ve made it the entire semester with all buildings AND classrooms open. This year has certainly been one for the record books. Like some of you, I am not going to be sad to see it take a bow and leave the stage.   

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Update

Tonights HS Girls at Camdenton will be as follows: 4:30 Start 9th - 2 quarters JV-  Full Game Varsity - Full Game Read More >>
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Superintendent’s Update for December 9th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Holiday Bazaar

Superintendent's Update for December 4th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    As you may have noticed, guidance regarding quarantines has been adjusted at the state level. I wanted to make sure that you were aware of these changes.    Please note the following updates for close contact quarantining for staff and students per the Miller County Health Department:  Reduced Quarantine Options for residents in school, effective 12/2/2020  

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OHS Theatre

Superintendent's Update for December 2nd

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday! It’s been a truly unique (if not crazy) year. But as our Osage Team made it back safely after a few days away, we agree that there is so much for which to be grateful. Your support, understanding, and generosity have been instrumental in the success of this year to date. THANK YOU!   

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Varsity Girls’ Basketball Vs. California

The Lady Indians opened up the conference tourney as the sixth seed against the three seed California. Both seed numbers speak to how tough this conference is. California was ranked as high as number 3 in the state last year and comes in as the third best team.

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Upper Elementary Archers

Superintendent's Update for November 18th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Superintendent's Update for November 11th

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Heritage Elementary Stuents

Superintendent's Update for October 28th

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Golf State

Congratulations to Allstate medalists Hanna Maschhoff and Sophia Sindlinger. Hanna turned in scores of 83, 85 for the two day tournament earning 10th place and Sophia scored 85, 86 for 11th  place.  Congratulations to Sydney Riley for her third trip to the State competition.   Read More >>
SOTO Cross Country

SOTO Cross Country News

Our SOTO Cross Country Teams had a great day at the Tri-County Conference Meet. Our Middle School Boy's Team earned 1st in Conference!!! High School Women's and Men's teams both placed 2nd. Middle School Girl's team got 4th. 

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Girls Golf to State

Congratulations to Sydney Riley, Hanna Maschhoff, and Sophia Sindlinger for medaling at our district tournament today. They will advance to the State tournament next Monday and Tuesday.  Read More >>

Congratulation Girls Golf

Congratulations to Sydney Riley, Hanna Maschhoff, and Sophia Sindlinger for medaling at our district tournament today. They will advance to the State tournament next Monday and Tuesday.  Read More >>
Art at the UE

Superintendent's Update for October 7, 2020

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    We are nearing the completion of the first academic quarter of our school year! To ensure a strong finish we have implemented a plan for make-up Monday, which is coming up on October 12. All across the district, teachers will have the same message posted in Canvas accounts on Friday reminding students that they are available to provide individualized guidance and feedback via Zoom and Remind on 10/12/20. (Students who are fully caught up get to enjoy a well-deserved day off from distance learning protocols.)

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Superintendent's Update for September 9th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    It’s with great relief that we have moved from the challenge of getting schools open to keeping them open. But as you probably know too, planning for extra sanitation, extra mask use, and social distancing in theory feels really different from practicing them vigilantly for a real cause.   

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Superintendent's Update for September 2nd

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    We have received notification that two Osage High School students have tested positive for COVID-19. We are cooperating with the local health departments to aid in the contact tracing, which has already started and is expected to be wrapped up by tomorrow. You will be contacted directly by the health department if you or your student is considered a close contact.  

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Superintendent's Update for August 28th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    As we wrap up this first week and look forward to week two, I wanted to share a few reminders.   

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Student's Working

Superintendent's Update for August 19th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-    It is very exciting to be writing this today, less than a week away from our first scheduled day of classes for 2020-2021. Our team is so happy to have the OPPORTUNITY to welcome students back to our campuses on Tuesday! We are ready to move forward, and we stand committed to supporting you in as many ways as we possibly can.   

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Superintendent's Update for August 12th

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Superintendent's Update 7/29

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community- 

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Superintendent's Update: July 8

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Superintendent's Update May 20

Community Update 5/20 (Day 43)      Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Superintendent's Update 5/17

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-   

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Superintendent's Update 5/10

Dear School of the Osage Students, Families, and Community-     

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