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USD 341 Outdoor Smoking Policy
The USD 341 Board of Education approved an updated outdoor smoking policy as of 10-8-12 that allows for smoking in outdoor areas as follows:
Baseball/Softball/Track & Field: Smoking is permitted on the driveway between the baseball and football field, on the hill to the southwest of the softball field, and in the area behind the outfield.
Note: Smokers must be of legal age (18+) and not a current student at USD 341.
OSKALOOSA SCHOOLS CELEBRATES OUR SCHOOL BOARD LEADERS THIS JANUARY “Building a Brighter Future for All Our Children” January is School Board Recognition Month, and Oskaloosa School Districtis joining other school districts across the state to thank these community volunteers for their untiring dedication to public education. Being a school board member is sometimes described as one of the “toughest volunteer jobs in America”. Yet Kansas public school board members dedicate countless hours to attending meetings, school functions, and hours of preparation for the decisions they make.They . . . read more
Hello and welcome to OJSHS, my name is Douglas Beisel. Currently I’m serving in my 8 th year at OJSHS as the building principal. Following is my personal BIO. I hope this helps you to know more about my family and me. Douglas G. Beisel Married to Sandy Beisel (35 years) with 3 sons: Monty, Chad, & Drew Bachelor of Arts: Tabor College Masters Degree: Pittsburg State University Administrative Licensure Masters Program: Baker . . . read more
As we begin to wrap up the end of the 2012-2013 school year, it is important for home and school to continue working together to keep students engaged and focused. Here are a few tips to keep your student thinking about school to successfully finish the year. First, be sure to help your child maintain an organizational system that insures they still have all the supplies they need for school. Continue signing homework folders and planners while checking backpacks to guarantee that things are running . . . read more
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