STEMulating News

Osceola Science Charter School's Newsletter- March 12, 2018

Upcoming Events

-Wednesday, March 14

Pi (Pie) Day- Teacher Appreciation Day

-Thursday, March 15

Third Quarter Accelerated Readers Party

-Friday, March 16

Amazon STEM Material donation ceremony between 9:30AM and 11:00AM

-Friday, March 16 - March 23


-Friday, March 30


Field Trips

  • March 30th 2nd Grade Field Trip to see the play Judy Moody & Stink The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt
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Amazon STEM Donation Ceremony

If you haven't heard the news, Amazon has chosen to donate over $10,000 of STEM supplies to Osceola Science Charter School. In recognition of their generosity an Award Ceremony will be held between 930 am and 11 am March 16th. We invite you to celebrate with us! All students in attendance wearing their red uniform shirt will receive 2 dress down passes! There will be several media outlets present. We look forward to see you all there.

Pi (Pie) Teachers Appreciation Day!

On Wednesday, March 14, we are celebrating Pi (Pie) Day and our teachers! We are asking parents to whip up/purchase a best Sweet & Savory or Sweet or Savory Pie for our teachers to enjoy! Our teachers spend long hours working hard to ensure our children have the best education possible, lets show them our appreciation for all their hardwork.

Sign up your pie at!

The pie can be dropped off with your child so you don't take any more time out of you day! We thank you for all your support!

Accelerated Readers Party!

Our third quarter Accelerated Readers Party (1st-4th grade) will take place Thursday, March 15th! Our students have been working crazy hard in anticipation of the AR Party!

We have exciting games, arts & crafts, candy table and much more planned for them. Our goal is to make this party even better than the last! In order to do so we need volunteers from 830 am to 1030 am, if you can spare 2 hours of your day please sign up to volunteers.

As always your support and efforts are greatly appreciated, not only by the staff, other parents, but more importantly the students! Together we can create a memorable party while encouraging them to continue reading!

Please sign by clicking on the link:

Order your Yearbook!

Dear Parents,

Don’t wait to reserve your student’s copy of the Osceola Science Charter School yearbook!

Buy online now at Yearbooks are on sale for just $25.

These are the days your student will want to remember forever. Buy their yearbook now to make it un forgettable.

  • You’ll need to purchase your copy by March 30th.
  • You can also click "Upload Photos" to share photos from to contribute to our school yearbook. Yearbook Code: OSCSyearbook

Osceola Science Yearbook Committee

Parent Volunteer Organization

The following board positions are open for 2018-2019 school year:


Vice President


If you are interested in filling any position please send an email to


Dear Parents,

Thank you to those who have already expressed an interest in our Summer STEM Camp! The official dates will be June 11th - June 22nd. This camp is only for current OSCS students and lottery winners who completed registration by June 1, 2018.


It is an opportunity for your children to continue learning in a fun, safe environment! This includes science experiments, creating new inventions with the engineering design cycle, sports, music, art, and so much more. For an additional fee, before and after care are also provided. Before care and after care will be available. Pricing details can be found below. A tentative schedule also can be found below.


Camper registration begins on February 19, 2018. Registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Once a session has filled, a wait list is formed for that specific session.



20 students


20 students


20 students


7:00 - 8:00

Before Care


In each classroom, the children will have options for free play before camp begins.

8:00 - 9:30

STEM Session One

The campers will work together on hands on, minds on activities in their classrooms with their camp teacher.


Recess/Brain Break

The campers will stretch their muscles, get outside and play doing this recess time.

10:00 - 11:30

STEM Session Two

The work continues through hands on, minds on activities focused on STEM education and whole brain learning during this time.

11:30 - 12:30


Lunch is not included. Students will need to bring their own lunch

Snack and Juice will be provided

12:30 - 2:30

Sports and Arts Block

During this time, campers will work on their team working skills while practicing basketball, soccer, table tennis and more. The campers will also work on their artistic side through music and art.

2:30 - 4:30

Enrichment Block

During this time, campers will read, write, complete mathematics work, and get a head start on next year’s lessons.

4:30 - 5:00

Cool Down and Clean Up

This time is used for campers to reflect, gather their belongings, and get ready for dismissal.

5:00 - 6:00

After Care


In each classroom, the children will have options for free play after camp ends.


A non-refundable $25 registration fee is required to hold your child’s spot. Camp at OSCS is $275 but register before March 30th to receive $25 off this price! Additionally, Before Care and After Care are available for $50 each session per child. Spots are limited - first come, first serve.

Non-refundable Registration Fee: $25

Camp Fee: $250 before March 30th (Payment can be made by installations until May 4th)

Camp Fee: $275 after March 30th (Payment can be made by installations until May 4th)

Morning Care for full 2 weeks (between 7:00am and 8:00am): $50 ($5 daily)

Afternoon Care for full 2 weeks (between 5:00pm and 6:00pm): $50 ($5 daily)

Morning + Afternoon Care for full 2 weeks: $100


  • Complete and submit our online Camper Application Form
  • Pay non-refundable $25 registration fee via RegistrationFee
  • An enrollment confirmation will be sent back to you by email.
  • Pay camp fee via CampFee when you receive confirmation email
  • Full final payment is due by May 4th.
  • All additional required camper forms must be submitted by June 1


Families with more than one camper attending camp are entitled to a $25 sibling discount off the second, third, and so on.


Any camper who can manage in a typical school setting should thrive at Summer STEM Camp. However, because student safety is paramount, some prospective campers’ physical or emotional considerations may require extra help. Please call the office to discuss your child’s specific needs and to find out if our camp is an appropriate placement.


We adhere strictly to the following policies:

  • All applications are processed on a first come, first served basis
  • A non-refundable deposit of $25 per child is required at the time of registration. If we are unable to accommodate your choice, we will call you before continuing the registration process.
  • Full payment is due by May 4th.
  • For registrations after May 4th, full payment must accompany registration
  • All payments (less non-refundable deposits) are refundable up until June 1


  • Any monies (less deposits) paid toward the balance of the program are refundable up until June 1, provided that the camp office has been notified in writing of the withdrawal
  • After June 1, all camp fees are non-refundable


  • Once a session has reached its maximum enrollment, we will form a wait list for that age group session
  • There is no cost to remain on a wait list
  • If an opening becomes available, families are contacted in the order in which they were added to the wait list


  • Osceola Science requires each camper to have a physical examination and immunization history provided by a physician within 12 months of attending camp. This must be on file with the camp no later than June 1.
  • It is the parents’ responsibility to bring any special concerns about their child to the Director’s attention at the time of initial registration.


Osceola Science Summer STEM Camp strives to offer a group experience and opportunities for learning within the boundaries of safety, common sense and the law. We reserve the right to terminate the participation of any camper, without refund and without formal hearing, whom we believe has violated the conditions for participation or has become a hindrance to the group or goals of the program.


For more information, please contact Ms. Kelly at