News & Upcoming Events
Hello OSD Families, We miss our students and hope you and your family are doing well. We would like to update families with several items related to our academic calendar for May and June. Please see specific details below: May 8th – teacher inservice day (no student instruction) May 22nd – teacher inservice day (no […]
“Mr Nobody”by Anonymous April is poetry month! View all of our readings from 2020 here.
April is poetry month! View all of our readings from 2020 here.
Hello OSD Families, The Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced yesterday afternoon that schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. Although we were preparing for this possibility as a district, we are still processing what is now reality. Although we are sad we will not have the opportunity to bring our […]
Dutchmen Pride in All We Do
Greetings!You may have noticed that communication in relation to our high school facilities referendum is resuming as we continue our efforts to inform community stakeholders in advance of the April 7th vote. Our planning committee intentionally limited communication during the Christmas season and through January. Communication in February will include several social media posts along […]
Greetings and Happy New Year! Have you heard about the “One Word Challenge?” It’s a movement with the goal to simplify the long list of changes or resolutions we may be considering as we enter the new year. According to those who have tried the approach, choosing one word narrows our focus and allows us […]
Greetings! This past weekend our fall sports season officially came to a close with Sectional Final contests for our soccer guys and volleyball girls. Our girls cross country team finished 4th at the state meet after qualifying for the 3rd year in a row! It was easy to get behind each of these teams, along […]
Mr. Bruggink is about to start signing Class of 2019 diplomas. He says it’s always a favorite responsibility which brings lots of reflection. Congratulations, seniors! #BoostTheOost
3rd graders present their research findings on weather phenomena via Google Slides with 2nd and 4th graders. Learning: When it rains, it pours! #BoostTheOost
Text content 4th and 5th grade scientists launched rockets that they built and customized. There were three different engines to choose from. Students estimated and measured the launch height with an on-board altimeter. What a BLAST! #BoostTheOost