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Students at Cedar Island Elementary School learn about their identity during Native American Heritage Month

Students at Cedar Island Elementary School participated in a school-wide assembly with Ethan Neerdaels, the coordinator of Indian Education, during Native American Heritage Month. The assembly kicked-off the Student Identity Project at Cedar Island, where kids are learning about identity and who they are. 

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Building a Better Future: Voters approve both levy questions

Results are in! Question one of the referendum, the operating levy, passed at 54.42%. Question two of the referendum, the technology levy, passed at 50.20%. Thank you voters!

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Staff Spotlight: Maple Grove Senior's Mona Preston

“It was such a joy to interact with Mona when I visited Maple Grove Senior High. She greeted me with a warm, friendly energy and spirit. 

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At Community-Based Vocational Assessment and Training (CBVAT), students have the opportunity to participate in work-based learning opportunities around the district and in the community. Supt. McIntyre stopped by CBVAT to see what they are working on for their winter sale and more in this month’s McIntyre Minute. 

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We offer exceptional choice magnet schools and programs for your scholar in STEM, STEAM, Arts, Health Sciences, Automotive, and International Baccalaureate.

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In Osseo Area Schools, scholars benefit from exceptional opportunities, support and partnerships that help them graduate with the confidence, courage and competence to make their dreams a reality. 

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On Nov. 8, the Osseo Area Schools community weighed in on two school funding questions that would maintain services and address growing needs. 

  • Question 1: Continue day-to-day learning operations and enhance individualized learning, academic interventions, student mental health needs and other critical classroom supports. 

  • Question 2: Continue classroom learning technology, as well as needed technology support staff and infrastructure. Additionally prioritize school safety and security and digital learning spaces.