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Saturday, February 13, 2016... Alumni Basketball Tournament @ OHS... Monday, February 15, 2016... No School (Presidents' Day)... Tuesday, February 16, 2016... FBLA District 1 Leadership Conference @ NWMSU; 3:15 Study Skills; 3:15 Title I Tutoring; 6:00 VBB vs. Pattonsburg @ home (Senior Night)

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Congratulations to Brayden Detwieler who took first place
in the DeKalb County Spelling Bee February 11!

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Osborn School Celebrates Homecoming 2016

Osborn R-0 School District celebrated homecoming last week, February 1-6. With a theme of Hollywood Homecoming, students enjoyed many activities, culminating in a dance Saturday night. Homecoming evening activities began with a dinner of pulled pork sponsored by the junior class.  The Coronation of King and Queen was held prior to the basketball games.  The 2016 Osborn Homecoming Queen was Senior Abby Snow and King was Junior Daniel Coghill.  The attendants were: Candidates at Large Rachel Bell, Junior and Dallas Peaslee, Senior, Daniel Bell, Senior and McKayla Allen, Junior, Sophomores Jessica Brush and . . . read more

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Zero the Hero Visits Osborn Kindergarteners

The Osborn Kindergarteners celebrated the 100th Day of school on Friday, January 29 with a special visitor, Zero the Hero.  They learned throughout the first two quarters the importance of the number zero from reading a book about him.  The numbers would stop at nine if we didn't add zero to make more numbers.  Zero the Hero sent the students a zero on every tenth day of school to remind them that the zero keeps the numbers going on forever.  While Zero the Hero was at school he counted with the . . . read more

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Osborn Holds School Spelling Bee

The Osborn School held their school Spelling Bee on Tuesday, January 26 during the school day.  Students in grades 5th-8th participated in the event.  The students from each grade competing in the DeKalb County Spelling Bee are:  5th graders Austin Eggman, Tommie Jo Gregg, Joseph Nichols, and alternate Sara Riley; 6th graders Mackenzie Perry, Colin Sanderson, Kayla Grimshaw, and alternate Brayden Miller; 7th graders Olivia Dierenfeldt, Gwen DeKam, John Bell, and alternate Erica Wiederholt; and 8th graders Allie . . . read more

 
 

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