Final Temporary Campus Tell All

Nov 8, 2019

Welcome

Our much anticipated relocation to our permanent campus is underway. Parents we appreciate your time and continued support throughout the semester so far. We are grateful for our Osceola Science family and look forward to welcoming you to your new home.

Building Hope's Latest Update

Monday New Campus walk through

For parents and students who want to visit the new building before school opens, the building will be open on Monday, Nov. 11 from 4 PM-6 PM


Osceola Science Charter School
2849 N. John Young Parkway
Kissimmee, FL 34741

See below Osceola Science's changes to bell schedule

Osceola County School District Schedule

Active Tuesday November 12th, 2019


Morning

Early care begins at 7:00 AM

Carpool begins at 7:30

School begins at 8:00 AM



Afternoon

Dismissal 2:50 PM

Dismissal ends/Aftercare begins at 4:00 PM


**(Parents please keep in mind Early care & After care are services provided at an additional expense)

Updates from the classroom

This week

We celebrated Ms. Abreu's(4th grade) upcoming wedding and our students have continued to work hard in their classes.


Mr. McClellan showcasing how we feel about moving into our new building.

Yearbook information

It's that time of the year again when we start working on the yearbook! If you have any pictures from the first day of school, different events, or classroom activities we would love for you to share them with us!


Simply go to www.HJeShare.com and use school code OSCS2020 to share your images.


We are also looking for businesses who would like to purchase an ad to go in the back of the yearbook. If you know of any businesses that may be interested please reach out to Ms. Furbee at kaylen.furbee@osceolascience.org and she will send you more information!


We are looking forward to creating an amazing yearbook to capture all of the memories we make throughout the year!


-Ms. Furbee

Big picture

No School! This Monday Nov 11th 2019

In observance of Veteran's Day we will not have school this Monday. Thank you veterans for your service.

Mr. McClellan's Science Spotlight

The young scientists are exploring motion, forces and Newton's Law's of Motion. Here we see one boy fascinating with the forces of a gyroscope and a girl discover how to identify Newton's First Law of Motion. See the object (a Squidy!) that doesn't move hardly at all because of the law of inertia (First Law of Motion) even though surrounded by water - and rolling across the floor. Can you name other examples of inertia? Ask you child to demonstrate this law to you with some cereal boxes and a large sheet of paper! Next week we will complete our discussion and identification of Newton's Third Law of Motion and then the harder concept of the second law. Do you know what the second law is?? Stayed tuned and your child will soon tell you! Can you guess why this word is the longest word in the dictionary? SMILES. Hint: It's what your child has a lot of when they are DOING SCIENCE and having a LOOOONG walk.

Osceola Science Charter School

Osceola Science Charter School

2489 N. John Young Parkway

Kissimmee, FL 34741