Osceola Middle School, working together as partners with the total community, will prepare students for the future. A professional, compassionate staff will provide a challenging, diversified curriculum to meet the individual needs of each student. Our goal is to provide a safe environment where students are expected to develop the integrity, social and life skills necessary to become productive citizens.
At Osceola, we strive to provide a school environment where differentiated instruction is provided to meet the needs of every student to the best of our ability. We will aim to provide an educational program that is academically challenging; our educational program engages each student by linking curricular content to previous knowledge and experience while remaining exciting enough to promote further exploration of new ideas. We recognize that we cannot reach our goals without the hard work of our Osceola students, parents, and our community. We look forward to our partnership with you.
Information on how to assist those with allergies to nuts, please take a look at the link below.
Would you like to receive text messages from Osceola directly to your smart phone?
This year Osceola Middle School will continue to utilize SchoolWay to send text messages for reminders of important upcoming events at school. Many of our parents have already downloaded the app from the App onto their smart phones, but you may also download the SchoolWay application onto any Android/Windows device- including BlackBerry,Kindle Fire, Nook, or Home computer. Once you have downloaded the app to your device, it is easy to create a free account for yourself following the simple on-screen instructions. You may sign up to receive notifications from the Marion County School District, Osceola, Eighth Street, Forest, Vanguard, etc.
Please check out the web site for additional details www.myschoolway.com
Osceola Middle will implement rainy day dismissal procedures on days when we are experiencing a hard rain during the 1:45 PM dismissal. The front car loop along 5th St. will be closed and all traffic will be routed east on Tuscawilla Ave.. Cars will turn into the Osceola campus just past the 8th grade patio and will form two lines. Students will stand under shelter and wait for their name to be called on the loud speaker. You may want to text your student as you enter the campus to prepare them to load the car. We will make every effort to notify you via SchoolWay text if we intend to implement our rainy day dismissal procedures.
Off-Campus Car Riders and Walkers – Parents are asked to make rainy day plans with their students in advance. They are encouraged to wait on campus under cover.
Use the following link to access information about the many after school opportunities available throughout the county. After School Programs
Parents, Marion County Public Schools wants to hear from you. The district and its 53 schools want to know how they can better serve students, parents, caregivers, and other stakeholders in our local community. With parents taking more interest in their children’s education, the district’s latest Parent Survey is now available online and at each school.
Parents can access the survey at www.marionschools.net/parentsurvey. The survey is available in both English and Spanish.
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM Kona Ice
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Holiday Concert
7:15 AM - Office Opens
7:30 Students allowed on campus
7:45 AM - First Bell
7:50 AM - Tardy Bell
1:45 PM - Dismissal
2:00 PM - 3:00 ~ Teacher Planning