News & Upcoming Events
First, all evening activities after 4:30pm tonight, January 29th, are canceled due to dangerous wind chill temperatures and an associated wind chill warning beginning at 6:00pm. Second, schools will be closed tomorrow, January 30th and Thursday, January 31st, also due to the dangerous wind chill forecast and warning issued for our region. Once again, schools […]
Schools will be closed tomorrow, January 28th, due to the dangerous weather forecast for our region. Once again, schools will be closed Monday, January 28th. All after school activities are also canceled. Please stay tuned for further announcements regarding Weds and the predicted dangerous cold temperatures. Should that forecast hold, we will make further closing […]
All activities after 4:30 pm have been cancelled today due to the inclement weather. In addition the following activities are cancelled: OES – Gr 1 basketball (VanEss) and Gr 4 basketball (Mentink/Jaeger/Brill) — OES – Wrestling (Rogers) — OMS & OHS – Basketball practice and games
Dutchmen Pride in All We Do
Seniors (“Gottem”) and 3rd graders (“Dutchmen Gamers”) recently competed in the regional Destination Imagination meet with an improv challenge and a play based on a game, respectively. These two teams won first place and advanced to the state competition! CONGRATULATIONS to all students who took part in this year’s DI experience. #BoostTheOost
High School Voice students spectacularly perform “Run to You”, “All of Me”, and “You’re the Voice” before a large audience, as they open for the Wisconsin Singers.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” First graders had so much fun reading Dr. Seuss books together in honor of his birthday!
Officer Brad Riddiough visited Mrs. V’s first grade class! He a read book about police officers, showed a PowerPoint presentation, and explained what his new position is at OSD. He answered lots of questions, and the students loved it! #BoostTheOost
OMS Forensics students traveled to their Level 2 meet in Oshkosh at the end of February. All participants did a wonderful job and ended the season on a great note! #BoostTheOost
Mr. Bruggink shared some of his amazing experiences scuba diving in and around Lake Michigan shipwrecks with the fifth grade class during library. Each fifth grader will now be researching and building a Google Site around a shipwreck on one of the Great Lakes. #BoostTheOost