Osceola Science Charter School - Feb 2, 2018
A special thank you to our Parent Volunteer Organization and volunteer parents for their effort to put together International Night. It was huge success and so good to see many students and parents celebrating different cultures.
Beginning Monday, Feb 5th to Friday, Feb 9th it is Full Time Equivalent Week. FTE count is extremely important to our school, therefore it is vital that all students are present during this week. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
This weeks Coffee with principal we will be discussing the Cyber Safety Program.
We wish you a happy weekend and look forward to seeing everyone on Monday!
-Monday, Feb 5 to Friday, Feb 9
-Thursday, Feb 8
Coffee with the Principal
Cyber Safety Training for Parents
-Friday, Feb 16
No School/Rodeo Day
-Wednesday, Feb 21
PVO Meeting 0800 am
-Thursday, Feb 22
-Friday, Feb 23
Spirit Night at Chick-Fil-A
3rd Grade Field trip
Full Time Equivalent Week: February 5th-9th
Cyber Safety Program
Dear Osceola Science Charter Parents,
The first Cyber Safety Program will be presented by Detective Philip Shorette from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, February 8th at 6:00pm. Detective Shorette works in the Cyber Crimes Unit/Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force specializing in internet crimes. We are asking for your assistance by attending this evening program.
Osceola Science Charter School presents this Cyber Safety program to provide educational information, safety awareness and computer etiquette for the students and parents. The evening program will be for parents only and address some of the realities of today's cyber world and a preview of the student's presentation.
Osceola Science Internet Safety Program, For Parents Only
Thursday, February 8th
Program begins at 6:00p – 7:30p
Location: OSCS Cafeteria
Come learn how to help your child be safer while on the internet, set student internet rules and learn about cyber safety issues.
We look forward to seeing all parents at this informative program.
100 Days of School
Pilot Derek Baxter
Our school classrooms were transformed into international and domestic countries featuring ancestries and nationalities of our students. Students and their families received a passport which was stamped while visiting each country. Each classroom offered a food tasting, an authentic activity and decoration from the host country. It was truly a display of students learning fascinating cultures from around the world! There was a array of food from all corners of the world.
The night was a direct representation of the diversity within our school. Enjoy the pictures and we look forward to seeing you all again at next years International Night.
Dear OSCS Parents,
Our school will be participating for the second time in the Smile Mile. It is a 1 mile race for elementary students from schools around Central Florida. Last year we had 72 students that entered the race and we won 1st prize in the Osceola County. The organizers are giving a $500 grant to the school with the most participants so we hope to win again, that way we can buy equipment for the Physical Education Program.
The entry fee is only $8.00 and each student will receive a T-shirt and a medal for participating. Also, each student from our school that enters the race will get a bonus grade for the Physical Education Class.
To enter the race please print and fill the form attached to this letter, bring it to the school’s front office in an envelope with the $8.00 dollars.
Any questions or additional information feel free to contact me.
Physical Education Teacher
Osceola Science Charter School
2880 N. Orange Blossom Trail
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Event website: http://www.trackshack.com/event/29
Date: Saturday March 3, 2018
Address: Blue Jacket Park, 2501 General Rees Ave, Orlando, FL 32814
Registration: OSCS Front Office or online
Osceola Science Home Visit Program
We would like to announce about our Osceola Science Home Visit Program. According to the research, Parent Teacher Home Visits are a fast, replicable strategy for engaging families, educators and students as a team. They are a very effective way to build trust and form a relationship between parents, teachers and students. An established partnership will make it easier for you, and us, to make necessary changes to ensure your child’s academic and social success.
Your child’s teachers will be invited to the visits as they are scheduled and they will participate if they are available.
Please complete the form below if you are interested in hosting a Home Visit.
Spirit Stem Shirt Order
Cash and checks are acceptable forms of payment.