OSKALOOSA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
USD 341
Social Media Directory – USD 341

There are many ways to get the latest news and information about Oskaloosa Schools — and social media pages make it easy! Facebook, Twitter and other social networks make it easier for our parents, patrons, students and fans to get the latest news and information about our schools.

We support and encourage active use of social media by our teachers, coaches, sponsors and administrators. Review the social media accounts below, and take advantage of a great opportunity to show your support for our schools and participate in an open exchange of information and ideas!

Please note that some Facebook groups or other accounts are available only to those students or parents who are affiliated with a particular class or group. To request membership in a closed group; contact the classroom teacher or the group's leader.

District Social Media Directory:

USD 341 on Twitter: @OskaloosaBears
Superintendent Jon Pfau on Twitter: @JonPfauOskie

Elementary Junior/Senior High School
TWITTER ACCOUNTS TWITTER ACCOUNTS
Principal Pat Foster: @PatFoster341 Principal Brent Mumford: @BrentMumford341
  English, Samantha Avery: @AveryOskie
  English, Lori Whaley: @LoriLwhaley
  Social Studies, Rob Miller: @RobMiller341
  Business/Technology, Julie Adams: @JulieAdams341
  Mathematics, Lisa Braun: @MsBraunOskie
  Mathematics/Spanish, Sara Miller: @SaraMillerOskie
  Science, Stephanie Aldridge: @AldridgeUSD341 
  English/Yearbook, Jordan Gray: @GrayOskie
   
   
FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS
Tracee Davis: OES VIP 2016-17 Counselor, Rhonda Sayles: OJSHS Counselor
  Business/Technology: Julie Adams

 

 

 

 

Oskaloosa Public Schools - USD 341
404 Park Street
Oskaloosa, KS 66066
785-863-2539

Oskaloosa Elementary - 785-863-2254 Oskaloosa High School - 785-863-2281

 

 

 

 

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