The 45 th State Track meet was held on Friday and Saturday May 20 and 21 st at Omaha Burke Stadium. Friday was mostly uneventful for the Tigers as they competed hard but did not make finals in their events.
Saturday was a different story as the girl’s . . .
The Osmond TeamMates chapter celebrated the end of another successful school year on Monday, May 16 th . Beth Manzer, Program Coordinator welcomed the group and thanked both the mentees and mentors for their commitment to the program.
First on the agenda for the chapter was planting a tree. With the help of Brian Guenther the chapter was able to acquire a tree and find a permanent home for it on the south side of the . . .
J.H. Boys Second at Hartington Meet
The Osmond J.H. Track teams competed at the Hartington Invite on Friday, May 6. The Boys team scored 120 points and finished in second place. The meet winner was Hartington followed by Osmond, Allen and Wakefield.
“The kids all performed well. I knew that this was going to be a tough meet with Hartington, Osmond, Allen . . .
The Osmond Track teams traveled to Hartington for the D-1 District track meet on Wednesday May 11 th . The meet was moved back two hours due to rain showers, but even the rain couldn’t slow down the Tigers as the boy’s won the meet by 30 ½ points and the girls were fourth , just 8 points from third place. . . .
OCS is looking for Host Families
Osmond Community Schools would not be the same without the unique individuals who have been able to attend thanks to the EF High School Exchange Year program.
Three wonderful young ladies (Cecilia Cassis, Bianca Hofer, and Janiek Kok) immersed themselves in American culture by spending the 2015-2016 school year in Osmond.
Their presence in the school allowed our students here in Osmond opportunities to experience working with . . .
J.H. Boys First at Winside Meet
The Osmond J.H. Track team competed at the Winside track meet at Laurel on Tuesday, May 3. The Boys team scored 199 points and finished in first place. Second place was Allen with 147 points followed by Wynot, Winside, and Wausa. “Once again everyone did an outstanding job. Almost everyone improved on their times and distances.”
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The Osmond Track teams traveled to Laurel for Winside’s 10- team Winch Invitational on Thursday May 5 th . It was a beautiful day for track as the breeze was light and the temperature was warm. The boy’s started rolling during the field events and didn’t stop. The girls really started piling up the points in the finals. . . .
The senior Construction class of Ty Shoop and Levi Albin have completed their Country Home model house project. They designed the plan on Chief Architect software and built it at a scale of one inch equals one foot of actual size. The two got as far as they could before their school year ran out. "It was a fun project and they put a lot of time and work into it," . . .
The L&C conference meet was held on Monday May 2 nd at Hartington. The meet had been postponed from a cold, wet Saturday to a beautiful day on Monday. The Tigers finished in fifth place for the boy’s and ninth place for the girls in the seventeen team field.
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