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Information regarding competition teams, including math, science olympiad, and robotics, will be shared soon. These teams will be open to both on-campus and innovative learning students.

Monday, September 7th is a Labor Day. Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States celebrated on the first Monday in September to honor and recognize the American labor movement and the works and contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States. There is no school on this day.

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  • Upon entering the campus from John Young Parkway, the left lane only is reserved for students in grades K-6 (The right lane will be used only for grades 8th-12th)
  • Do not enter using Texas Ave
  • Families with students in grades K-3rd must follow the red arrows. Families with students in grades 4th-6th must follow the yellow arrows
  • Families with students in grade K-3rd and 4th-6th, must drop-off or pick-up their K-3rd grade student first
  • The process is the same for pickup and drop-off
  • Do not arrive on campus more than five minutes prior to the bell ringing
  • Always pull up and unload your student as close as you can to start of the drop zone.
  • When picking up, you must have your car rider number(s) displayed (these will be received soon). A template has been attached, Cars without car rider number sign, must report to the front office for pickup
  • When dropping off, your student(s) should already be prepared to exit the car (i.e. have backpack and lunchbox)
  • Cars must exit using Texas Ave. Cars trying to exit John Young Parkway will cause congestion on Technology Dr.

Please do not get out of your vehicle. We will have staff onsite to help your student get from the car to the entrance. Under no circumstance may a parent enter the cafeteria back doors.

We appreciate your patience and understanding with any delays.

Please make sure you are using the car line for drop off and pick up. Do not drop your students at the front desk.

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All k-12 students are required to wear a uniform while at school. Below is information about Risse Brother's uniform store as well as our schools dress code policy.
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Parents can now make FREE online payments for most school expenses online with School Pay. This includes School Lunch and After Care! Simply log into your secure online School Pay Parent Center account and pay for items including after school care fees, club fees, field trips, class fees, student fees and more. The first step is creating your Parent Center Account at Please go to "Charter Schools" tab and then choose your school name as "Orlando Science Elementary School" to complete the steps for creating your parent account. If you have any problems using the School Pay system please call 1 888-88-MYPAY

Questions about your student’s school pay account can be directed to Ms. Centenera at


Orlando Science Families interested in volunteering at the OSES Technology Campus during the 2020-2021 School Year MUST be ADDitions approved. Below you will find the link to apply for ADDitions for the 2020-2021 school year.


Attendance is key to the success of your student's learning. If you have any attendance concerns such as daily absences, upcoming absences, extended absences or other additional questions please contact Mrs. Stella for k-3rd grade students and Ms. Taylor for 4th-6th grade students.

Please note that in order for an absence to be excused you must turn in proper documentation (i.e a doctors note) to the front desk


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*At this time, all k-6 students have been given their google classroom username and password. If you have not received yours, please email Ms. Greene at

*Each class has their own google classroom code which you should have received from your child's teacher. If you are having trouble with your code or have not received one, please contact your child's individual teacher.

* What if i need to change my google classroom code from a previous school or class?

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Below you will find the specials schedules for grades k-5 as well as the zoom links and google classroom codes for each grade/class.



This week in Kindergarten we learned about friendship, apples, our five senses and number order. We had a great time exploring the different varieties of apples and making connections to real world things.

We finished our week creating a class story that everyone added too!:)


First grade is off to a great start with iReady testing. We will start testing in iReady Math next week. Progress Reports will be issued on Tuesday. Please make sure you are checking OSES Connect. No school Monday in observance of Labor Day! If you would like to donate, please contact your child's teacher.


This week, students in third grade are learning more about solids, liquids and gases. In Math, we will finish chapter 1 soon, then we will be moving into multiplication. Students can use websites like to get a head start on fact fluency!

Progress reports go home next week. Please make sure you are checking OSES connect for grades, missing assignments and the conduct log.


This week in Music, we held the Rhythm Olympics, in which students competed to clap the most accurate rhythms using their new music reading skills!
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In World History, the students practiced their map making skills while we learned the Essential Elements of a good map. Next we will be moving on to our study of Early Humans.


Please bring your water bottle and mask, and wear sneakers every day for PE.

On-campus PE Handbook is posted on both OSES connect and Ms. Masuoka's PE Google classroom.

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Another great week in STEM! Keep reading to find out more about what our Face to Face and Innovative Learners have been working on this week.

GREAT NEWS! STEM is now accepting recycled materials! Our students often create and build models to show their creative approaches to problem solving. In order to keep students building, STEM could use your help! Recycled material donations will be sanitized before use. Examples of recycled materials we may use include…

  • Cardboard

  • Index Cards

  • Paper Towel Rolls

  • Craft Fabric

  • Magazines/Books/Newspaper

  • Tape (all kinds!)

  • Any other recycled materials or donations are graciously accepted!

All materials will be sanitized before use. A full list of materials can be found in the STEM section of the Special’s Handbook.

STEM Face to Face Learners

This week in STEM, our face to face learners in Kinder-2nd Grade were introduced to the concept of STEM and learned what STEM stands for. We discussed examples of what Engineers could create, and practiced the Engineering Design Cycle. We look forward to building together next week! Our 3rd grade-5th grade face to face learners also learned about the Engineering Design Process by practicing each step as if they were hired by Walt Disney World to create a new theme park ride. What fun!

STEM Innovative Learners

This week in STEM, our Innovative Learners in Kinder-1st grade were introduced to the concept of STEM, and learned about what it means to be an Engineer, or Maker! Students practiced the steps of the Engineering Design Cycle and were able to imagine and plan their own boats or bridges! For 2nd grade - 5th grade, students completed the “STEM Island” activity after learning about the Engineering Design Cycle. Students were able to explore each engineering step, which will come in handy when we start building next week!

Families, please remember to read the Specials Handbook and complete the Specials Contract! This is a student grade!


At this time, all after school clubs for OSES have been postponed. We will notify parents with more information of when we will resume them.

If you are interested in VIRTUAL violin lessons, please see below for more information.



If you are interested in signing up for aftercare, please fill out the forms below and hand them into the front desk.

If you have any questions regarding aftercare, please email Ms Centenera at


FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials.

For more information, please click on the link below.