Osceola’s mission is to create Life-Long Learners.
Parent Drop-off begins at 8am*
1st bell (students enter classroom)@8:25am Tardy bell @ 8:30am *early care is available through our Extended Day Program (fee based program)
Effective Tuesday, January 6, 2015: The double doors by the parent drop off circle will close when the first bell rings at 8:25 AM. Students arriving after this time will need to be walked into the school building by an adult. Students arriving after the second bell at 8:30 AM will also need to be signed in by an adult. The expectation is that students are in their seats in their classroom, ready to learn, each morning by 8:30 AM. Thank you for your help!
School Access Form
Everyone that enters our school MUST have filled out a “School Access Form”. This is the new term for the old volunteer clearance form. This must be done to participate or volunteer in school activities such as: lunch, field trips, volunteering in the classroom, media center, proctoring…anything that takes you past the front office! Click on the above volunteer application. If you’re not sure if you are cleared, please contact Sheila Lawshe at 904-547-3780 or email email@example.com.
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R.J. Murray Middle School Center for the Arts will be accepting online applications for the 2015-2016 school year beginning December 11th until February 2nd. Parents may visit their school website for additional information about their program. Auditions will take place on February 2nd.
Application for our Cambridge Advanced Studies Program and AVID will open February 23, 2015.
Use the link below to sign up for an appointment for Kindergarten or Pre-K registration:
**Important Notice: In order to register for VPK, you must have completed the VPK eligibility process through Episcopal Children’s Service (ECS), and have a Child Eligibility Certificate, visit the ECS website for more information www.ecs4kids.org. VPK spaces are limited, and once they are filled we will not take additional registrations. In addition to having the Child Eligibility Certificate from ECS you will also need to bring all of the documents required for school registration.
Celebrate Literacy Week!
Join in on the fun as we celebrate reading!
Monday – Crazy about reading: Crazy Sock Day
Tuesday – Teddy Bear Tuesday: Bring a small stuffed animal to read with during the day
Wednesday - Hats off to reading: Hat Day
Thursday – Read my shirt: Wear a shirt with a school appropriate message
Friday – Team Spirit Day: Wear your favorite Team Spirit Wear
Parents, Grandparents, and Community Members – As we move into our testing season in early March, please consider volunteering to be a testing proctor. To be a testing proctor at Osceola you must be an approved volunteer. Please go to the “Volunteer Online Access Form” located on the Osceola website to become an approved volunteer, then email our testing Coordinator, Erin Fiedler at Erin.Fiedler@stjohns.k12.fl.us. We will need volunteers to help with testing from March – June. Thank you!
ACCEL Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning Parents who wish to consider course or grade level acceleration should review eligibility criteria and process referenced in the District Student Progression Plan and Parent Resource Guide
Gifted Parent Advisory Meetings
Meetings for the 2014-15 TBD
Open to all parents of gifted students at any level (K-12) to express concerns, ask questions, etc. The District contact for the Gifted Program is Helen DiMare (firstname.lastname@example.org, (904) 547-7692).
| Mark your Calendars: January 19 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday – No School for Teachers and StudentsJanuary 26-30 – Celebrate LIteracy WeekFebruary 6 – Class Picture DayFebruary 9 – SAC Meeting at 4:30; PTO Meeting at 5:30 ALL ARE WELCOME
Click here to view St. Johns County Schools 2014-15 School Calendar
Osceola Elementary is committed to providing a quality education designed to meet the needs of our student body. Every student will have the opportunity to be challenged, successful, and prepared for the future as a responsible productive citizen. Empowering Excellence in Educators Learn about St. Johns County School District’s new instructional evaluation system that will advance student growth and academic achievement.
We are going Green! And earning money for the school too! Please save the following items to benefit our school and the environment:
*We are award winners for saving energy!
In addition, we are collecting…
CHARACTER COUNTS AT OSCEOLA!