Osage School is looking for the following:

1. A dynamic, energetic, caring and compassionate part time Title I co-teacher. Requires elementary education certification or equivalent.

2. A SpEd long term substitute teacher for a maternity leave. Classes are mainly resource style. There is one general education class for 7/8th grade math. Position will begin January 7 and end around February 4. If a non-certified candidate is selected they would have to complete OSDE modules on SpEd to meet state requirements.

3. A SpEd Paraprofessional to work as a one to one para with a special needs child. Position is open due to resignation. Position would begin January 7 with training before Christmas Break.

If interested contact Donald Pullen at 918-825-2550 or dpullen@osageelementary.com (Posting current as of August 16, 2018).

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2018-19 Student Handbook

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Osage School Creed

I am a Proud Osage Panther

I believe in setting goals and being successful.

I am unique and special!

My purpose as a Panther is to work hard, learn and be the Leader I was born to be!

I will achieve my goals by staying positive and dedicating myself to getting the job done.

With my past rooted in Osage, I will face the future with courage and optimism.

We are Panthers,

Hear Us ROAR!!

-----IMPORTANT DATES----------------------------

First Day of School August 13, 2018

The Osage Historians are committed to researching the history of the school district and plan to publish a book. They meet monthly on the first Thursday at 2 pm and the second Thursday at 7 pm. Anyone with information or interested in helping is welcome!

  • September 13 @ 6 pm

ROAR is our school-wide positive behavior intervention program designed to teach students proactive social skills and to support behaviors consistent with a positive and safe learning environment. ROAR is an acronym for our school wide expectations. Using our panther mascot, ROAR stands for: