Virtual learning enrollment for the second semester will open on Monday, Nov. 22 and close on Friday, Dec. 10. Parents who have students currently enrolled in virtual learning and wish for their student to return to a brick and mortar classroom for the second semester can also use this window of time to communicate those wishes to the district, as well.
News & Announcements
The following messages from the Owasso Public Schools Board of Education were recently distributed to families in the district.
School sites in the Owasso Public Schools District announced their 2021-22 Teacher of the Year Award recipients recently, as the district continued its tradition of recognizing excellence in the classroom through the State of Oklahoma Teacher of the Year program.
On Thursday, Nov. 18, the Owasso Education Foundation surprised 47 teachers with money for 53 grants totaling $70,131.79 as part of the foundation’s annual “Grant Patrol” event.
Here is the link to order this year's yearbook (click the title and it will take you to Josten's). Yearbooks are available at a discounted price, $30, through September 17, 2021. After 9/17/2021, the price is $35.
A reminder that Thanksgiving Break is just around the corner! There will be no school from November 24 -26. Classes will resume on November 29.
The information displayed is a running total that is updated each Friday afternoon. Cases will roll on and off as affected people go in/out of isolation.
If you would like to confirm your student's bus number as well as pick-up/drop off time, you can use the address lookup tool (linked in the title "Bus Route Information" above) for complete information. Should you have any questions, please contact the OPS Transportation Office at 918-272-2231.
As we head back to school, it is extremely important that students, staff, and parents take proper safety precautions before, during, and after school. Please review these transportation safety tips to ensure a safe and healthy school year.
We invite you to join Senator J.J. Dossett and Representative Mark Vancuren from 7:00-8:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 25 for a discussion of the legislative process in advance of the 2022 session titled, "How a Bill Becomes a Law."