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Health Science Magnet News Health Science Magnet News  Health Science Magnet News   OEC Adopt-a-Family  Osseo’s OEC program held their annual Adopt-A-Family fundraiser to support... More detail
National Honors Society News National Honors Society News  National Honors Society    On September 22, 2016, NHS Officers Alex Sinnen, Maren Strootman, and Maddie Gorman attended the Memorial... More detail
Homecoming Homecoming  OSH Homecoming  Meet the 2017 Court! This VIDEO introduces you to the 2017 Homecoming Court: Princes Aaron Jupaul Eric Lundstrom Garmunee... More detail
MSHSL Artists MSHSL Artists Osseo Artists Honored at 4AA and 5AA MSHSL Visual Arts Competition 2016 MSHSL Visual Arts Section 4AA and 5AA Visual Arts Competition was held on April... More detail
Points of Pride Points of Pride Osseo Senior High Points of Pride This is an ongoing list of just some of the many accomplishments of ISD 279-Osseo Area Schools students and staff.... More detail
Class Rank Change Class Rank Change   Class Rank Change Beginning with the class of 2018, class rank will no longer be reflected on the transcript; however, it will be added to the... More detail

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Class Rank Change

Beginning with the class of 2018, class rank will no longer be reflected on the transcript; however, it will be added to the report card each trimester. Very few institutions require class rank recorded on the transcript for admissions purposes. If the institutions for which you are applying requires class rank reported on the transcript, simply file a request with your Career Resource Center (CRC) counselor or school registrar, and it will be added. Each trimester report card will have the student’s class rank and GPA (weighted and unweighted) included, and official transcripts will continue to reflect the student’s GPA (both weighted and unweighted). Please contact the CRC or your guidance counselor if you have any questions.  

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OEC Adopt-a-Family 

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Osseo’s OEC program held their annual Adopt-A-Family fundraiser to support students at the district Elementary school, Zanewood Elementary. They raised funds ($2043), purchased gifts, and wrapped them for 26 unsuspecting elementary students whose holiday season was brightened.  Community engagement and service projects are a cornerstone of the Emergency Services Program as students learn various ways to make a difference in people’s lives. 

 

Health Science Magnet visits Boston Scientific

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The Osseo Senior High Health Science Magnet took 12 students to see behind the scenes at Boston Scientific on September 19, 2016. They got to see the various ways someone with a medical background could fit into a business model.  They experimented with 3D and 4D dissection software, delivered stents into a 3D printed heart using various catheters, and spoke with a variety of employees about their jobs and opportunities. They were interviewed and videoed throughout the experience for a promotional video through greater MSP to be published nationally.  The link will be forthcoming.

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Osseo Senior High Points of Pride

This is an ongoing list of just some of the many accomplishments of ISD 279-Osseo Area Schools students and staff. Additional submissions always welcome; send to the WEBMASTER.

September 2017

  • ACT 2017/18 "30 Club" - 44 OSH seniors scored a 30 or better on one or more sections of the ACT test.  They are: 

    Emily Anderson, Kennedi Becker, Berin Blashack, Amanda Cassin, Jalen Chaney, Darien Clarke, Madeline Cole, Jacqueline Cvek, Samantha Dahl, Luke Freeman, Benjamin Gilbertson, Serena Harris, Elan Quezada Hoffman, Ethan Quezada Hoffman, Gabrielle Holton, Jasmaine Haynes, Ashley Hoogheem, Riley Jensen, Hannah Klingman,C aroline Laborde, Emily Lokken, Ethan Lorentzen, Michael Ly, Duncan Masterman, Joseph McGee, Michael Mercadante, Alexander Meuers, David Nguyen, Donald Nguyen, Johnny Nguyen, Starr Nguyen, Thomas Opatz, Megan Paine, Karl Penaz, Emily Robichaud, Sela Roche, Katelyn Scherping, Emily Sjelin, Matea Spyhalski, Joshua Tomczik, Robbins Vue, Skylar Walz, Samuel White, Alexander Wong

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March 2017

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction. Students included: Jimmy Saenvilay, Alexia Blackford, Sterling Delcastillo, Angie Bibriesca, Olie Abate, Daya Perry, Chue Yang, Nhu Le, Brajae Scott, Odell Kyne, Sophia Sullivan-Almquist, Long Nguyen, Ayantu Ahmed, Nicholas Palaty, Adil Mohamed, Adolphus Summerville, Gabrielle Curry, Damion Brown, Joseph Donaldson, Adrianna Richardson, Samantha Bowen, Jessica Dahl, Cornell Richardson  

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  • Congratultions to Osseo Senior High seniors Nicholas Carline, Erin Donaldson, Andrea Dienslake, Anna Fuhrman, Elizabeth Hainlen, and Jacob Walters! They received the 2017 Wastebasket Revue Scholarships.

February 2017

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction. Students included: Savannah Roehl, Bonsa Deressa, Gao Xiong, Austin Lor, Luz Meza-Ayala, Jada Her, Rachel Manning, Vandan Vekaria, Grifyn Marcaccini, Emma Schulz, Lariah Boone, Brendan Rood, Emma Hughes, Halie Schmitt, Kayla Ly, Geetanjaalie Ramnauth, Kalena Vang, Margot Coomes, Nimo Ali, Tavion Williams  

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  • Spotlifght Education, a program of Hennepin Theatre Trust, recognized Osseo Senior High's fall 2016 production of Once Upon a Mattress.  Group honors of "Outstanding" went to the ensemble performers, and the student orchestra received "Honorable Mention."  Individual reocgnition went to seniors Adam Larson ("Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role") for his role of King Sextimus the Silent, Emma Gavnik ("Honorable Mention for Performance in a Leading Role") for her role of Queen Aggrivan, and Jared Nelson ("Honorable Mention for Performance in a Supporting Role") for his role as Jester.

 

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(Left-Right: Jared Nelson, Adam Larson, Emma Gavnik)

January 2017

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction. Students included: Mercedes Hruska, Mitch Mullenger, Helen Hake, Jesus Pineda, Sommer Entinger, Dana Ram, Madelyn Roiger, Christabel Eshun, Anna Gallagher, Kaye Glotz, Khanh Nguyen, Alexis McPherson, Matthew Larish, Pearl Buabeng, Carin Gutzwiller, Riley Bergfalk, Xujin Yan, Austyn Findley, Talile Hundessa, Charles Beckham, Jamaal Coleman, Casey Grothaus, Jena Fulgam

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  • Senior Adam Larson was featured as a Standout Student on CCX News.  Watch HERE.
  • Osseo Senior High’s Visual Arts students shine once again at the 2017 Minnesota Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. Osseo Art students had outstanding results in this year’s contest. Demonstrating talent in the areas of Ceramics, Photography, Drawing, Painting and Jewelry, OSH students earned a total of 29 awards competing against 3,800 art entries from schools across the state.  Art Instructors Jennifer Cramer, Dan Prody and Molly Foley helped to prepare students for the contest and appreciate all the hard work and dedication they put forward. 

    A special thanks to the Osseo Lions and the Osseo Fire Department for their continued support of the arts!

    Awarded Artwork will be on display at the University of Minnesota from January 31st –February 18th. Congratulations to the following students:

    Awards listed by name, grade and medium:

    Gold Key Awards:

    Matt Bezdicek, 12  photography

    Chad Vue, 12  drawing.

    Silver Key Awards:

    Christina Boe, 12  Ceramics,

    Ben Gilbertson, 11 Ceramics

    Jerret Nestico, 12   Ceramics

    Sidney K-O, 12 Photography

    Evelyn Vang, 9   pen and ink

    Yahairi Vaquera,   12  Photography
    Kelsi Hart 10, Photography

    Honorable Mention

    Christina Boe 12 Ceramics

    Kelly Xiong , 9, Color Pencil

    Micah Beisner 11 Ceramics

    Christina Boe 12 Ceramics

    Christina Boe 12 Ceramics

    Ashley Chow,10, scratch art

    Anna Gallagher 12 Drawing

    Ben Gilbertson 11 Ceramics

    Alliana Houfek 12 Drawing

    Jerret Nestico 12 Ceramics

    Jerret Nestico 12 Ceramics

    Jerret Nestico 12 Ceramics

    Braylin Ramseth 12 Ceramics

    Jack Schroeder 12 Ceramics

    Edward Torres 12 Ceramics

    Samantha Banwell HM 12 Photography
    Taylor Christen HM 12 Photography
    Anna Gallagher HM 12 Drawing
    Braylon Ramseth HM 12 Jewelry
    Lexus Yang HM 10 Photography

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December 2016

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction.

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  • Osseo’s OEC program held their annual Adopt-A-Family fundraiser to support students at the district Elementary school, Zanewood Elementary. They raised funds ($2043), purchased gifts, and wrapped them for 26 unsuspecting elementary students whose holiday season was brightened.  Community engagement and service projects are a cornerstone of the Emergency Services Program as students learn various ways to make a difference in people’s lives. 

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November 2016

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction.  Students included: Joshua Do, Emily Rossing, Jacob Ekberg, Ragnild Stensrud, Amaya Barstow, Harry Mason, Ellen Solem, Lauren Pfeffer, Rachel Johnson, Arianna Campbell, Jacob Savord, Angel Wesseh, Sierra Minor, Carese Minor, Magida Hassen, Jacob Walters, Alliana Houfek, Chaz Franklin, Miles Jackson, Andrea Enyioma, Erin O’Sullivan, Chi Xiong, Vianney Ramirez Ramos, Alexander Meuers, Riley Jensen, Lily Hamel

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  • Members of the OSH boys' hockey team contributed to the Osseo area community during their annual raking project, helping senior citizens with yard work and giving back.

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  • The Opportunities for Emergency Care program continued its

     community service by cleaning up garbage and making sure the highway is well-maintained.  OEC has adopted a stretch of Jefferson Highway since 1992! 

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October 2016

  • Senior Corey Moody will be representing Osseo Senior High at the state cross country running meet.
  • On Oct. 9, Allison Rouche ('15), ran the Chicago Marathon in honor of and supporting children battling cancer at the University of Iowa Children's Hospital.
  • Osseo Senior High Health Science Magnet students spent a weekend at Camp Wapogasset in Amery, WI learning and practicing emergency medical care procedures.

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September 2016

  • Osseo Senior High choir students took part in the "Choir Night" at Target Field for the Twins' baseball game on September 22, 2016 with 500 students from area high schools to sing the National Anthem.  Stephanie Trump from Robbinsdale-Armstrong High School conducted the joint choir, and after the anthem was sung, students were able to stay and watch the game.

 

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  • Senior Christina Boe celebrated her 1000th "kill" on the volleyball court on September 7, 2016.  #ovbwins #1000kills

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August 2016 

Congratulations on the Osseo Senior High Magnet Programs!  

  • Opportunities in Emergency Care
  • ProStart culinary arts program
  • Project Lead the Way
  • Automotive Technology

Osseo Artists Honored at 4AA and 5AA MSHSL Visual Arts Competition

2016 MSHSL Visual Arts Section 4AA and 5AA Visual Arts Competition was held on April 9th to April 16th at the Perpich Center for the Arts. 18 students from Osseo Senior High School participated in this year’s competition and all 18 were recognized by the MSHSL judges for their work and commitment to excellence in the arts. The students from the 4AA and 5AA sections submitted work in the photography, drawing, painting, and ceramics categories. The judges consisted of college and high school level instructors as well professional artists from Minnesota. To receive an award from the MSHSL, students needed to receive an excellent or superior award from the judges. The maximum score a student could receive was a 60. Students receiving a score of 40 to 49 received an excellent award. Students receiving a score of 50 to 60 received a superior award. Osseo had one student, Sue Mei Vue, receiving a judge's choice award. Meaning she will be invited to have her work exhibited at the MSHSL Statewide Show at the Perpich Art Center May 21st. Below is the list of the honored students:

Photography:  Amanda Fasching (Superior Award), Kelsi Hart (Superior), Carlos Contreras (Excellent), Katie Davidson (Excellent), Sydney Kaster-Oftedahl (Superior)

Ceramics:  Alex Yahn (Superior), Ali Tullberg (Superior), Christina Boe (Superior), Edward Torres (Superior), Amira Mohamed (Superior), Jerret Nestico ( Excellent)

Painting:  Sue Mei Vue (Superior and Judge’s Choice)

Drawing:  Hannah Penny (Excellent), Jailyn Haynes (Excellent), Elin Borzei (Superior), Bridgette Howell (Excellent), Taylor Oeltjenbruns (Excellent)

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Picture:  Front row (left to right): Sue Mei Vue, Taylor Oeltjenbruns, Edward Torres, Ali Tullberg, Amira Mohamed. Back row: Carlos Contreras, Bridgette Howell, Jailyn Haynes, Christina Boe, Elin Borzei, Jerret Nestico, Alex Yahn

 

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Activities Oriole OSH Homecoming 

Meet the 2017 Court!

This VIDEO introduces you to the 2017 Homecoming Court:

Princes

Aaron Jupaul

Eric Lundstrom

Garmunee Phillips

Josh Tomczik

Tyler Sealock

 

Princesses

Alana Hardey

Chinto Richards

Diamah Wallace

Gretchen Nistler

Jada Aduda

Sarita Taing

2017 King and Queen

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Queen Chinto Richards and King Garmunee Phillips

Spirit Competition!

Juniors (Class of 2019) won the Spirit Jug this homecoming.  Watch THIS VIDEO to see how to help your class win the Spirit Jug next time!

nhs blood drive National Honors Society 

 

On September 22, 2016, NHS Officers Alex Sinnen, Maren Strootman, and Maddie Gorman attended the Memorial Blood Center workshop to help them prep for the blood drives we’ll be hosting this year. First one is November 3!

 

National Honors Society board chosen for 2016-17 School Year

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From left to right:

Maddie Gorman- Vice President

Maren Strootman- President

Alex Sinnen- Treasurer

Sammy Strootman- Secretary

Alexis McPherson- Historian

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Osseo Senior High
317 2nd Ave NW
Osseo MN  55369
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