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Osceola Science Charter School --November 10, 2017

Principals Corner

Dear Parents,


All Osceola Science Charter School students proudly invite their family and friends who are serving or have served our country to attend this special event in their honor. Feel free to have them wear their uniform, as well. We hope to see you at this event.


When: Tuesday, November 14, 8:00am – 9:00am

Where: Osceola Science Charter School



Sincerely,


Murat Cetin, Principal

Coffeehouse with the Principal

It was great seeing so many parents at the Coffeehouse with the Principal discussing Testing and Continous Achievement. We discussed the tool available to ensure our students are accelerating in education.


If you were unable to attend an email with the presentation was sent out to all parents.


Yankee Candles

If you haven't received your order they are available for pick up in the front office.


Thank you for your support!

Monthy Calendar

UpComing Events

-Friday, November 10

NO SCHOOL/Veteran's Day
-Tuesday, November 14

Veterans Breakfast 0800 am

PVO Meeting 5 pm in the Media Center

-Thursday, November 16

3rd Grade FSA Parent Night
-Friday, November 17

Chick-Fil-A Spirit Day

ALL DAY! Simply mention OSCS @ register

Spin the Wheel 5 - 8 pm

-Tuesday, November 21

Teacher Appreciation Thanksgiving

-Wednesday, November 22

Teacher Non-Work Day/Student Holiday

-Thursday, November 23

Thanksgiving

Teacher/Student Holiday

-Friday, Novermber 24

Teacher Non-Work Day/Student Holiday

-Tuesday, November 28

Culvers Share Night 4 - 8 pm

mention OSCS @register

-Thursday, November 30

2nd Grade Field Trip

Upcoming Field Trips

2nd Grade

  • Pioneer Florida Museum and Village
  • Trip Date: November 30th, 2017
  • Cost: $25
  • Payment due: November 15th

Kindergarten

  • Orlando Science Center
  • Trip Date: December 1st, 2017
  • Cost: $25
  • Payment due: November 16th

3rd Grade

  • Wonderworks
  • Trip Date: December 21st, 2017
  • Cost: $30
  • Payment due: December 15th

Teachers Appreciation Thanksgiving Luncheon

Hi Parents,


We are planning a Teacher Appreciation Thanksgiving Luncheon, Tuesday, November 21. We are trying something new and would like each grade level to bring a different item. Please follow the below guidelines per your child’s grade level.


Please RSVP what you’re bringing to Christy Jenkel via email: Christyjenkel@hotmail.com


Kindergarten: Side Dishes


1st grade: Desserts


2nd grade: Side Dishes


3rd grade: Main Dishes


4th grade: Drinks/Plastic Wear/Paper Products

Lunch with Principal

This school year we have implemented the School Wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program (SWPBIS). This program reinforces positive behavior. Our school has adopted a system used at our sister schools, Shark Bites. Shark Bites are given out when a student is doing the right thing whether it be walking nicely in line, being responsible, respectful, helpful, etc. Students collect as many shark bites as they can and can use them on our school once a month.

One of the store options is to use Shark Bites to have lunch with the Principal. We had 5 students partake in a private lunch with Mr. Cetin.



Sharks of the Month


August:

Kindergarten:

  • Camila Samuel
  • Matthew Fernandez

1st Grade:

  • Giannella Burgos-Rivera
  • Heaven Preni
  • Morgan Khan
  • Mclein Washington

2nd Grade:

  • Aiden Nunez
  • Brett Levin

3rd Grade:

  • Sophia Lee
  • Camila Fernandez
  • Zanaya Renovales

4th Grade:

  • Sanaa Charles
  • Marieve Cumare
  • Vanessa Contreras

September:

Kindergarten:

  • Joseph Lux
  • Gabrielle Flores

1st Grade:

  • J-Lex Rivera.
  • Mia Rodriguez
  • Joshua Rodriguez
  • Alina Melton

2nd Grade:

  • Divya Patel
  • Nicholas Lacayo

3rd Grade:

  • Zander Viera
  • Bhargav Tailor
  • Leonardo Rivera

4th Grade:

  • Sebastian Calonge-Acosta
  • Annais Martinho
  • Ariana Casanova

Osceola County Firefighters visit to OSCS Kindergarten and First Grade Students

3rd and 4th Grade Field Trip to Young's Orlando Philharmonic Concert @ Osceola Performing Arts Center

3rd Grade Stem Day Activity

The third graders made GAK bubbles out of liquid glue and liquid cornstarch with some food coloring to add to the fun!

Mad Science Night

KUA's 2018 Calendar of Energy Conservation

Kissimmee Utility Authority is hosting the 24th annual calendar art contest and Osceola Science Charter School would like to participate as a team!


It will be GRADED as participation in RESEARCH CLASS. A handout with detailed information was sent out this week,. Please help in filling out the entry form and encouraging your child.


The winning artwork will be featured in a full-color wall calendar for 2018. Each student who submits artwork will receive a letter of appreciation and a chance to win 1-day Universal's Volcano Bay tickets for their family. The 12 winners will receive $150 cash. The Grand Winner will have his.her name and artwork added to a KUA vehicle for one year and will be featured on the calendar cover. The GRAND WINNER's school will receive $750 in art supplies. The school with the most total entries will receive $500 in art supplies!


DUE DATE: Thursday, November 16

Deadline for contact is Friday, November 17


If you have any questions please email mailto:Fatma.cevik@osceolascience.org

About Us

Orlando Science Schools, with its 8 years of successful learning, is excited to announce its expansion into Osceola County with the opening of Osceola Science Charter School for the 2016-2017 school year in Kissimmee, FL.

Osceola Science Charter School (OSCS) is a S.T.E.M focused Osceola County Tuition Free Public Charter School that is approved by Osceola County School Board. OSCS offers a K-8 experience devoted to enriching the lives of students with an integration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, S.T.E.M., curriculum and a diverse student population that seeks to achieve a well rounded educational experience. Give your child the education they deserve! OSCS offers a fulltime Gifted program, Hands-on and project-based learning approaches along with a research based curriculum encourage students to think above and beyond to reach their highest educational goals.