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Wildcat Boys and Girls Basketball Schedule 2018-2019

Coming this 2018-2019 school year!!

Osceola Wildcats now is the time to start saving your Box Tops to earn a “Pawsome” bracelet and help earn money for our school. Box Tops is one of our best fundraisers for our school and we want to continue that success this year. For every sheet of 25 Box Tops that you turn in you will receive a “Pawsome” bracelet. Please click here for a Box Top sheet.


Please click on the link below for the 2018-2019 Registration Packet. You must have ALL documents at the time of registration, including:
Birth certificate/Guardianship Documents
Documentation of a health examination performed on or after August 11, 2017
Proof of completed required immunizations on Form DH680
Proof of residence per the Residency and Guardianship Policy located at stjohns.k12.fl.us/student/residency/

2018-2019 Registration Packet

To be eligible for public kindergarten in the SJCSD, children must be 5 years old on or before September 1 and must reside in St. Johns County. Parents must register children at the school they are zoned for the 2018-2019 school year. To find your school, enter your street address on the Attendance Zone Locator at www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/zoning.

For additional information on registration and zoning, visit www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/student/enrollment/ or contact the Student Services Department at 904-547-7598.

If you have any questions regarding registration requirements, please contact Lucie Winchester at (904)547-3786.

We look forward to meeting you and are excited to welcome you and your student to the Osceola Wildcat Family!



 VPK Opportunities:

If you have not already done so we encourage you to enroll your child in the full-day, tuition free opportunity available to your student. The voluntary pre-kindergarten program is available to any child age 4 (before September 1, 2018). Your student’s participation in a VPK program offered by SJCSD offers them early literacy skills achieved through an engaging curriculum that is taught by school district certified teachers. The Full day VPK Program is available at Osceola Elementary, Crookshank Elementary and The Webster School. Spaces are limited and the free full day program will fill up quickly.

For more information or to register please contact the Early Childhood Services Department at 547-8965. Please do not miss this opportunity!

2018-2019 Mathmatics Adoption

The St. Johns County School District is currently conducting the review process for the 2018-2019 Instructional Materials Adoption for Mathematics. Please visit our Instructional Materials Adoption web page to review the available resources.


Osceola Elementary School Mission Statement:

Osceola Elementary will be a family of learners working to become successful in academic and social settings. By nurturing determination, grit, and a growth mindset in all students, we will create life-long learners.

Vision Statement:

Better Never Quits



Holiday Schedule December 17th-21st

Monday- Crazy Sock Day

Tuesday-Crazy Hat Day

Wednesday-Ugly Sweater Day

Thursday-Polar Express Day. Wear your PJs

Friday-Holiday Shirt Day





Congratulations to Teacher Misty Lake. She was rewarded a Beaver Toyota Teacher Mini Grant to purchase Carson-Dellosa Publishing Math & Language Learning Games to promote fun practice while developing skills.




New this Year! Osceola Elementary Absent Form. Parents use this form when your student has been absent from school. Osceola Absent Form

  • Click on the image below to view the 2018-2019 Student Code of Conduct.



For the 2018-2019 school year, Osceola Elementary will once again be participating in the Community Eligibility Provision program.  This means all students can be served breakfast and lunch for no charge. See the official notification here.


Congratulations to Ashley Cousins, Teacher of the Year, Emily Blum, Rookie Teacher of the Year, and Isalee Mier, Employee of the Year.

School Access Form

Everyone that enters our school MUST have filled out a “School Access Form”(parents, guardians, aunts, uncles, grandparents, neighbors)  This must be done to participate or volunteer in school activities such as: lunch, field trips, volunteering in the classroom, attending award ceremonies …anything that takes you past the front office! There will no longer be an option to allow people to come in one time as a visitor.  To complete the School Access Form, please click here School Access Form

District policy: “Any person passing beyond the front office area must show a valid driver’s license or state identification card.”
Please make sure to bring your identification with you when entering our school to go beyond the front desk or pick-up a child.
All visitors signing in are checked against a national sexual offender database.
*Please note: If you plan to attend any field trip or on school campus event this year with your child’s class, you will need to have a cleared school access record on file at least 6 weeks before the activity.

If you’re not sure if you are cleared, please contact Sheila Lawshe at 904-547-3780



Heather O’Mara-Extended Day Coordinator

Office hours: 10:00-6:00 (904) 547-3789


The Osceola Extended Day Program is a community service available to ALL Osceola students. Extended doors open at 3:15 and close at 6:00 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Wednesday doors open at 2:15 and close at 6:00. Service is not provided after 6:00. Please include a backup person on your emergency contact list as situations may arise.  Morning care is available at 7:00 A.M. for an additional fee. Children enrolled in the program are provided with closely supervised group activities that are grade and age level appropriate.  Children are provided with free play and a snack immediately following the regular school day.  Time is also provided to do homework with assistance from an Extended Day staff member.

The Osceola Extended Day Program is totally self-supporting.  The program does not receive funds from District, State or Federal agencies.  According to the Florida Constitution (Article VII, Section 10), all fees must be paid in advance of services.  Payment is requested by check or money order made payable to Osceola Extended Day. If cash is the form of payment, please bring the exact amount. Fees for daily extended day care include a snack with juice every day. Fees are to be paid on a monthly 10 equal payments.  All payments are due on or before the 15th of each month.  Payments received after the 15th will be charged a late fee of $5.00. The St. Johns County School District has secured the services of Envision Payment Solutions.  This agency offers services to collect for checks returned by the bank due to insufficient funds, closing of accounts, etc.  They can be reached at 1877-290-5460 regarding questions about returned checks.


For an Extended Day Registration Form for the 2018-2019 school year please click here


Envision Payment Solutions™ is pleased to have been selected by St. Johns County School District as its check service provider. Please click here for more information.
















December 10th-14th: Holiday Shop
December 21st: Second Quarter/First Semester Ends
December 24th-January 3rd: Winter Break-Student/Teacher Holiday
January 4th: Teacher Planning Day/Student Holiday
January 7th: Classes Resume for Students/Second Semester Begins
Every Wednesday is Early Release~Students Dismissed at 1:50
Every Friday is School Spirit Day

Interpreter Requests:

If you are in need of an interpreter for an event at Osceola, we ask you to send a request in writing at least two weeks in advance to the date of your event. We will do our very best to secure an interpreter, but need your help in asking to notify us as far in advance as you can to assure we are able to have an interpreter in place. Please communicate these requests with your child’s teacher and they will pass them on to the office for processing.


We also ask your consideration and let us know ASAP should you need to cancel a prearranged interpreter.  This is an additional expense to the SJCSD so we appreciate you helping us to be conscious of these costs.



Kindergarten -5th Grade

Mr. Diem and Mrs. Giordano Supply List 18/19

 PreK/VPK Supply List


 School Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday   8:30-2:50

Wednesday (early release)  8:30-1:50

  School Phone Numbers

Main Office: 547-3780

Fax: 547-3795

 Clinic: 547-3788

Extended Day: 547-3789


PPU Car Tags

Please email Sheila Lawshe to request a new PPU car tag.


 Click the link below to access District Informational Flyers:

CHARACTER COUNTS! 6 Pillars 6K/3K Run/Walk
Walkers, runners and fitness enthusiasts are invited to participate in the CHARACTER COUNTS! 6 Pillars 6K/3K Run/Walk on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 9 a.m. The run/walk will begin and end at Palencia Elementary School. Register before January 1 and receive a $5 discount!
Register today!
Fortify FL App
Releasing Students From School:  Parents this is just a reminder, per SJCSD Policy:If the person requesting the release of the student is a person other than a parent or guardian listed on the emergency contact form, we shall not release the student without the consent of the parent or guardian who is listed on the emergency contact form.
Change in transportation and checkout procedures
If you need to change your child’s transportation, please send in a hand written note to the teacher or click here: Change Transportation Do not call the school. We will not accept change in transportation request over the phone.  We accept dismissal changes up until 2:00 pm everyday except Wednesdays. 1:00 pm is the deadline on Wednesdays.
A drivers license or State ID is required at all times when on school property and when checking your student out.
No Checkouts after 2:20 on Monday, Tuesday Thursday and Friday.
No checkouts after 1:20 on Wednesday.

Absences From School
If your child is absent from school, a parent/guardian must turn in a written/signed note within 48 hours for the absence to be considered excused. Phone calls will not be accepted. 
SJCSD Attendance Policy


  Osceola is proud to be an AVID school!

AVID_logoClick picture to learn more

 We are going Green!  And earning money for the school too! Please save the following items to benefit our school and the environment:

Box Tops Click here for a list of products

Empty inkjet and laser cartridges

Pop tabs from soda cans- to benefit the Ronald McDonald House

*We are award winners for saving energy!



Other Ways to Help Osceola


Character CountsCharacter Counts at Osceola!