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During Osseo Senior High's Principles of Engineering A course, scholars demonstrated all the five traits of Osseo Excellence.

The Principles of Engineering course is one of many that have articulated college credit within the Project Lead the Way curriculum that focuses on STEM topics.  This particular class relates to the VEX robotics program that has boasted 2 state champions in the last 4 years at Osseo Senior High.   

Under the guidance of John Licciardi, technology education teacher and Project Lead The Way director, scholars created radio controlled cars from scratch throughout the first trimester of the three-trimester course. During the unit on mechanisms, power output, and mechanical advantages, they were charged with creating a viable vehicle, calculating the torque and gearing ratios, determining the electrical output and usage of their engine, and determining the stall torque.  They also had to calculate the load speed and overall speed.

As the culmination of the collaborative project, they engaged in a bracket race against each other, adjusting their cars as they went to manage new discoveries about their performance.  


Above: Scholars set up their race cars at the starting line.


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Above: The final two cars of the bracket competing for the best design.

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Above: After the bracket races, Team 4 - Owen Queeglay, Yee Yang, Abdiwasaa Ahmed, and Cooper Olson - earned the victory.

We are CONSCIENTIOUS - Feeding Starving Children

OSH National Honor's Society demonstrated a CONSCIENTIOUS commitment to the community by volunteering at Feed My Starving Children on Friday, November 9, 2018.

Collectively, they boxed 186 packages, prepared 38,016 meals, and fed 104 kids for a year at an estimated volunteer cost of $8363.52.

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Pictured: NHS members who volunteered at Feed My Starving Children

We are INNOVATIVE - Solving Systems of Equations through Original Word Problems 

Instead of a traditional pencil and paper test, Osseo non-linear algebra scholars in Ms. Beal's class were INNOVATIVE in showing their understanding of how to solve systems of equations. 

Through a differentiated project, scholars could choose how to present their mastery of solving systems of equaitions using both the graphing and elimination methods by coming up with original word problems, solving their problems using the two methods, and explaining their math reasoning to their peers.  Scholars could choose how to present their learning from a variety of methods, all centered on what would allow them to best meet the standard while shining as scholars.

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Above: Scholar Rahema Ngaima presented her word problem on box braids versus lemonade braids, tying in her passion for style and Beyonce to her math learning.


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Above: The learning target for this unit of non-linear algebra and examples of scholarly work.


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Above: Ms. Beal listens to her scholar explain his math solution on his 1:1 Chromebook while his classmate listens to give him feedback on his calculations.



Above: Scholars read through the projects in a gallery walk, listening to each other's reasoning and offering feedback or checking for miscalculations.


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Above:  Scholar Franklin Howard shows his math problem concerning sports.  He personalized his learning to make the math question meaningful to himself.


We are REFLECTIVE - Sports and Entertainment Marketing reflects on the career opportunities at Target Field

Scholars from the Sports and Entertainment Marketing class received a personal tour of Target Field and met with the Twins' marketing staff to learn about the various ways the Twins use marketing, media promotions, and partnerships as part of their business.  As part of the educational part of the tour, scholars were able to come up with pitches for corporate giveaways and compete for a signed baseball. Additionally, they got to tour the entire stadium from top to bottom, seeing the rooftop patio, the guest clubhouse, and the Twins' dugout.  They were REFLECTIVE about how they might leverage their learning towards career opportunities in sports marketing.

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Above:  Meeting with the Twins' marketing lead and sharing their promotional ideas.


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Above: Scholars reflect on the wide open possibilities of careers in sports and entertainment marketing through learning about the various types of jobs at Target Field.



Above: Osseo scholars got to experience sitting in the Twins' dugout for a personal view of the turf and mounds.



Above: As part of the comprehensive tour of Target Field, Osseo scholars got to experience the press box and REFLECT on the many different types of careers in sports and entertainment marking.

We are COURAGEOUS - Business Professionals of America Leads the Way

Business Professionals of America is a new club at Osseo Senior High, and they have already taken on leadership roles at school and in the community, demonstrating COURAGEOUS excellence as future leaders. On October 12, 2018, they attended the Region 4 Fall Leadership Conference at North Hennipen Community College, the kick-off conference of the school year. Region 4 includes Anoka, Benilde- St. Margaret, Blaine, Cambridge- Isanti, Champlin Park, and St. Michael Albertville.

During the workshop, they got to refine professional skills such as personal finance, interviewing, and collaborative leadership models. The students get to meet and interact with other students in the region and also participate in electing the region officers that will represent them this year. They also commit to the Business Professionals of America Pledge: "We are met in a spirit of friendship and goodwill as we prepare for careers in a world-class workforce. We work together to develop professionalism and leadership through BusinessProfessionals of America and pledge our loyalty to our nation."

The Osseo Senior High Chapter Officers are:

Katelyn Cwik: President

Grace Olson: Vice President

Daya Perry: Secretary

Pa Ia Xiong: Treasurer 

Sambhav Bhattarai : Parliamentarian

Nguyen Hoang & Sander Solsvik: Co- Historians



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317 2nd Ave NW
Osseo MN  55369

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