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Bluestone High School
c/o Karen Osborne
6825 Skipwith Rd.
Skipwith, VA  23968
Hi, my name is Karen Osborne and I want to thank you for exploring my webpage.  I am a graduate of Randolph-Henry and Virginia Union University.  I received my MBA July 2011 from UPOX.  I teach Computer Information Systems, Adv. Computer Information Systems, Computer Information Systems (DE), Economics/Personal Finances, Web Design Media and Adv. Web Design Media. I have been teaching at Bluestone High for seven years. 
I was the CTE Teacher of the Year 2006-2007, Bluestone High's Teacher of the Year 2008-2009, and Bluestone High's Teacher of the Year 2010-2011.
I am an FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) advisor (7 years), SODA (Students Opposing Drugs and Alcohol) advisor (7 years), Cheerleading Coach (3 1/2 years), Assistant Girls and Boys Track Coach (7 years), Head Girls' Track Coach (2011) and a HEROES mentor (2 years). I am also an Adjunct Professor for Southside Community College and I am Bluestone High School's Website Coordinator.  I am proud to be a part of Mecklenburg County Public Schools. 
Please use this website to find out more information about the classes I teach, what is expected of my students and the assignments.  I look forward to working with my students, parents and the community.
P.S. I love technology!!
TECHtionary: The producers of this website claim that it is the world's first animated dictionary on technology. With more new terms everyday the website currently includes more than 600+ terms and 250,000+ Macromedia Flash animation effects on telecommunications, data communications, networking and Internet technologies, TECHtionary can be accessed anytime-anywhere to learn how things work. TECHtionary also provides key terms and concepts for preparation of the NACSE – National Association of Communications Systems Engineers. 


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