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Osseo Education Center

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The Future is in Our Classrooms

Our Osseo Area Schools community is being asked to reinvest in district schools to maintain services and address growing needs. Community Informational Meetings being held: Sept. 20, Oct. 4 and Oct. 18. 

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We are enrolling for the 2022-23 school year. Check out our magnet and online school options!

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Congratulations 2022 graduates!

Osseo Area School graduates transition on to the next chapter. 

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Universal free meals have ended; applying before Sept. 30 may help schools qualify for additional funding.

To be considered for free or reduced-priced meals and other educational benefits, parents/caregivers must complete the Free/Reduced Meal Application.

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End of school year celebrations

It is the last day of school, and students are wrapping up the end of the year with fun, celebratory activities. It is rewarding to see how each and every scholar has grown, and schools have selected different activities for various send offs and transitions. See how some of our schools spent their last days.

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Asian Celebration

Osseo Senior High School puts on first Asian Celebration

The Oasis club organized a celebration during Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) month. 

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Garden City Elementary School Multicultural Family Night

More than 320 people turned out for a celebration of culture and diversity at the annual Multicultural Family Night at Garden City Elementary School.

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Students learn STEAM skills at Oak Summer Robot Camp

Students in the Oak Summer Robot Camp have worked hard to develop their Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) skills this summer using hands-on robotics and coding activities. 

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Serving Young Adults

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We provide opportunities for young adult scholars, ages 17-21 who receive special education services, to expand their academic, employment and independent living skills through ownership, empowerment and community building. Developing self-esteem, learning about acceptance, advocacy and giving back to the community are key components of our schoolwide Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS).

Services focus on three special education transition areas:

  • Post-Secondary Education and Training
  • Employment
  • Independent Living

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