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Osmond Heart Heroes!

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OCS celebrates Honor Readers for the class of 2025

The Osmond Class of 2025 has two Honor Readers so far: Sophia Gansebom and Erin Wagner.

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Elementary celebrates those who had Perfect Attendance

Perfect Attendance at Osmond Community Schools for 2nd quarter: Front row: Trenton Wiseley, Toby Koehler, Lane Brummels, Harper Gansebom, Cooper Kumm, Winter Wiseley, Kaleigh Bolz, Sierra Koehler Middle row: Ashlynn Riley, Addison . . .

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Fourth Graders visit Ash Falls

Fourth Graders Visit Ashfall           On September 21 st , the fourth graders and social studies teacher, Denise Schmit, took a trip to Ashfall Fossil Beds.  The fourth . . .

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Elementary students celebrate Day 101

101 Day Celebration On Friday, January 19, Osmond Community School's elementary students celebrated the 101st day of school.  This year the elementary teachers decided to celebrate the 101st day instead of the . . .

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Elementary students sing at the hospital

On Monday, December 18 grades K through 4 went to the Osmond General Hospital Care Center to sing to the residents.  The kindergarten began the program, followed by the first and second graders.  The third and . . .

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OCS host reading interventions for elementary teachers

OCS hosts reading intervention workshops Osmond Community Schools hosted two reading intervention workshops for elementary teachers from the district and neighboring districts. The first intervention, . . .

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Elementary StuCo hosts talent show

On Friday May 12, the Osmond Elementary student council hosted a talent show. Student council members Cali Gutz, Trevor Thompson, Cody Gansebom and Zach Reikofski served as emcees for the event. The show started off with . . .

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Elementary students "Read Across America"

Osmond Community School elementary students celebrated Read Across America on Thursday, March 2.  Students participated in a variety of activities in their individual classrooms:  art projects, watching Dr. Seuss videos, and . . .

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