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Thursday, August 21, 2014; 3:20-4:30 Elementary Scholar Bowl practice; 3:30-5:00 JH SB practice; 3:30-5:00 JH FB practice; 3:30-6:00 VSB/FB practice; 6:00 Band Instrument Night; 7:00 FBLA Back to School Bash.

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Osborn PTO Selling NFL Raffle Tickets!

Beginning Wednesday, August 20, 2014, Osborn students will be selling NFL Raffle tickets.  Through this program, individuals can purchase a raffle ticket for $20 for the entire 17-week NFL football season.  Each ticket carries 17 different three team combinations for each week of the season.  Cash prizes of $1,100 are awarded each of the 17 weeks to individuals with the highest and lowest combined weekly scores.  A total of $18,700 is given away over the 17-week period.  We are asking that each student help sell at least two tickets.   Our PTO is the backbone for our children's ability to go . . . read more

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Rick Goin Starting Second Year as Osborn Superintendent

Going into his second year as superintendent at the Osborn R-O School, Rick Goin is excited about the prospects of a really good year at the school. “I’m very much looking forward to getting the school year underway,” he said. “Everything we’ve done this summer has been to improve the school, and I’m excited seeing the kids back in classes.” Rick said that the enrollment for Grades K-12 will be right around 130 when class begin on Wednesday, August 13. “We’re holding our own, and . . . read more

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Principal Derek Brady Beginning Sixth Year in the District

Derek Brady is beginning his sixth year as an educator at the Osborn R-0 School. He taught the first two years, and was elementary principal the past three years. This year he will be the only principal at the school, as his responsibilities will include Grades K-12. “I think the challenge of being principal for the entire school will be exciting,” he said. “I already know most of the older students, and I will now have the opportunity to build relationships with more students.” Being a principal is . . . read more

 
 

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