Early Childhood

Court Warming Week

Early Childhood, Heritage Elementary, Upper Elementary

Monday: What is your favorite color?

Tuesday: What is your favorite team?

Wednesday: What is your favorite book character?

Thursday: What is your favorite season?

Friday: Maroon & White Day



Monday: PJs

Tuesday: Twin Day

Wednesday: Old School Students VS New School Teachers. Kids before 2000 teachers after 2000

Thursday: Sports day

Friday: Maroon and White 



Holiday Bazaar

Calling all crafters! It’s time again to register for your vendor booth at the best bazaar at the lake. Come show off and sell your creations while supporting SOTO seniors and the SOTO PTSA at this indoor sale.

Parent Teacher Conferences

October 29th - 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

October 30th - Early dismissal from school; Conferences 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

October 31st - No School

November 1st - No School

Pre-K Sign-up: Schedule with the front office at (573)552-8899

Heritage Elementary Sign-up: Schedule with the front office starting October 7th at (573)365-5341

Upper Elementary Sign-up: Schedule with the Upper Elementary Office at (573)348-0004

Middle School: There is no schedule or sign-up. Come to the Middle School to pick up student report cards and meet with teachers.

Volunteer at School of the Osage

Want to contribute your time and talents to our students and staff?   We would love for you to volunteer.  Opportunities, available at all grade levels, include: reading to/with students, tutoring, mentoring, bulletin board help, classroom celebrations, classroom demonstrations, guest speakers, field trips, classroom organization, library assistance, and copying/laminating.  See the flyer below for the application and background check.  Email Amanda Wersching, werschinga@osageschools.org with questions.

Strive 4 < Five: Attendance Campaign

Attendance matters. Probably more than you think. We, at School of the Osage, want nothing more than to see our students succeed. It’s why we come to school each day. But in order to help them reach their maximum potential, they come to school too. The data shows that more than 5 days missed per school year can be detrimental to your child’s success.