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Click Here to view a video of Superintendent Melba Luciano introducing families to this exciting new program.

Osceola County School Board Reorganization
At the November 18 meeting, Osceola County School Board members Jay Wheeler, Ricky Booth, and Clarence Thacker were sworn in and took office. In addition, Tim Weisheyer was named as Chairman of the Osceola County School Board again for a second year, and Kelvin Soto was named as Vice-Chair. Osceola County School Board meetings were set for the first and third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at the School District Administrative Complex, located at 817 Bill Beck Blvd. in Kissimmee.
Osceola School District Receives $2.27 Million Grant for Partnership to Improve STEM Teaching and Learning
The Florida Department of Education has awarded the Osceola School District a competitive grant in the amount of $2.27 million to improve STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) teaching and learning. The Year 1 amount is for $567,543.58, under the 2014-2017 K-12 Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) for STEM. The grant project’s comprehensive budget reflects a Year 2 sum of $819,036.85 and Year 3 sum of $883,368.00 for a three-year total of $2,269,948.43. The MSP program is intended to increase the academic achievement of students in mathematics and science by enhancing the content knowledge and teaching skills of classroom teachers through partnerships between high-need school districts and the STEM faculty in Institutions of Higher Education (IHE).  Read more...
Osceola County School Board Proclaims November 2014 As Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
Students, parents, school staff, and administrators all have a role to play in preventing bullying on school campuses. As such, the Osceola County School Board has proclaimed November 2014 as Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Throughout November, schools will be encouraging students to participate in a variety of awareness and prevention activities designed to keep Osceola schools safe.

Bullying is when physical, verbal, or emotional harm or intimidation is intentionally and repeatedly directed at a person or group of people. Sometimes it involves direct attacks such as hitting, name calling, teasing, or taunting. Sometimes it is indirect, such as spreading rumors or trying to make others reject someone. Students should feel and be safe everywhere on campus—in the cafeteria, in the library, in the rest rooms, on the bus, and on the playground. Everyone in schools in Osceola County is working together to create a climate where bullying is not acceptable or tolerated.

For more information about bullying prevention, visit Individuals can call the Speakout Hotline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477) to anonymously report anything of concern to safety and security.

Osceola School District Receives National Distinguished Service and Leadership Award For Outreach To Homeless Students
The National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY) has selected the Osceola School District as the sole recipient of the prestigious 2014 NAEHCY Award for Distinguished Service and Leadership for its outstanding efforts to provide service to the homeless children, youth, and families in our community.  This national award highlights the school district's focus to ensure that every child and youth experiencing homelessness is successful in school, from early childhood through higher education.  In order to narrow the achievement gap among homeless students and permanently-housed students and to raise all students' achievement levels, the district's Families In Transition (F.I.T.) program implemented a "100,000 Books Project" to promote reading literacy over the summer of 2014.  Read more...

Osceola School District Awarded Two-Year Federal Grant of $94,560 for Project AWARE
The Osceola School District has been awarded a two-year Project AWARE (Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education) federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to support the training of school personnel and other adults who interact with youth in both school settings and communities to detect and respond to mental illness in children and youth in the community. These individuals will be trained in Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA), a course that teaches participants how to help youth who are developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training helps them identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.  Read more...

Chairman's Message
Osceola County School Board Chairman Tim Weisheyer invites you to learn more about the following important school district initiatives designed to enhance student success:

• Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Osceola County School Board and Superintendent
School Board
Back Row (left to right): Clarence Thacker, District 4, Jay Wheeler, District 1, Ricky Booth, District 5
Front Row (left to right): Tim Weisheyer, District 3 - Chair, Melba Luciano, Superintendent, Kelvin Soto, District 2 - Vice-Chair

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New Board Member Swearing-In Ceremony - 4:30 PM
Regular Board Meeting - 5:30 PM


Facilities Workshop - 4:00 PM
Special Meeting - 5:30 PM




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