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Osprey Central School
Strength Through Wisdom
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Message from the Principal

Happy New Year!  It was forecast that we would have lots of snow, and its here.  I hope everyone enjoyed their Christmas break spending time with friends and family. Fortunately we only had a few days with extreme cold.  

In the next week we will be starting our elective program.  Thank you to Mr. Dawson, Mrs. Heatherington and Ms. Rumley for all their organizational skills and to all staff who have helped make these events possible. If you have some good used skates size 1 – 1 girls and 2 boys or any good used hockey helmets that you would like to get rid of, we would greatly appreciate your support.  
 
The days have already started to be longer, a welcomed sight. The temperatures have varied between very cold to mild, at times we have snow and other times we have rain forecasted, please dress for winter weather.

The staff at Osprey are looking forward to the 2018 school year, and we appreciate your continued support in making Osprey a learning environment where all students can succeed.



T. Voelker






                



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Paws for Books - Book Fair
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Popcorn Sales - 2nd nutrition break
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We are very excited to announce that we are offering parents the convenience of paying online for school activities, field trips and sports events.
For safety and efficiency reasons, we want to reduce the amount of cash and cheques coming into our school.  School related expenses will be available online for you to make payments during the school year.
You can register for your online payment account now.  Click on the image below to get started.
Click here to register or login.

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