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We are off to an awesome start. Our staff preparation and professional learning was some of the best I have been around and our students are reaping the benefits.

Our building projects are progressing, even though the weather has been less than desirable, but we are seeing weekly progress.

Osage Community Schools were one of 49 schools in the state recently awarded computer science grant funds to use for professional development for staff. We will be able to bring in speakers for all to access and send others to conferences and classes to learn best practices so that ultimately our students benefit.

Just a quick note in case you have not heard. Thanks to a generous donation from CUSB Bank, all Osage students in grades 5-12 will be able to attend home athletic events for free this year. That's right, the donation covers all home regular season games (football, volleyball, cross country, wrestling, girls and boys basketball, track, softball, and baseball for all Osage 5th- 12th graders. However, any state-sanctioned games students will need to pay, as no passes are honored at those events.

All students now have a special pass and will need to present it at games to get in free.

For those of you who already purchased passes and would like to change passes, the protocol is as follows.

1. Come to the superintendent’s office with the current pass or passes you want refunded or changed.

2. Fill out the Refund/Reissue form we have here for you.

3. A new pass/ refund will be issued to you as soon as possible. All 5-12 students will be getting a newly created free admission pass.

Again we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you, but we are so excited for our kids as we hope to see a full Devil’s Den cheering on our teams and students having fun.

Thanks again to CUSB and the Thomson family

Let us know if you have any questions.


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