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Owosso District and Curriculum
Owosso Public Schools (OPS) provides education to students from preschool to grade twelve. The curriculum at OPS follows the Michigan Curriculum Framework (MCF) and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The district’s Instructional Leadership Council is dedicated to innovative and current curricular implementation through consistent planning, monitoring, and updating of the OPS curriculum. In accordance with state graduation requirements, Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) core subjects include English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, instrumental music, and vocal music.
We currently cover the following Owosso-area school district: Owosso Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Owosso District Curriculum
Owosso Middle School (OMS) and Owosso High School (OHS) are International Baccalaureate World Schools, which highlight global studies rich in culture and languages; OHS accepts many exchange students from throughout the world. The elementary schools have recently adopted the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (PYP) into its curriculum. This program will lead students to gain skills for career and/or college, teaching them valuable lessons about citizenship and global studies.
OHS provides its students with many opportunities to engage in college and/or career preparation. The Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered at OHS include accounting, business management, careers in education, construction trades, culinary arts, and much more. Students have the opportunity to join many organizations, which support CTE, such as Business Professionals of America (BPA); Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA); and Skills USA. OHS students also have access to job shadowing opportunities, dual enrollment, and Shiawassee Early College.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Owosso Educational News
- Local Club Makes Donation to Owosso Schools - The Shiawassee County Area Brewers Society (SCABS) recently donated $100 to the Child Abuse Council/Child Advocacy Center. A Bryant Elementary School teacher and SCABS member has also paved the way for individual donations to aid in the Owosso Public Schools backpack food program. At present, the OPS program serves 177 students.
- Forty-Year Veteran Says ‘Farewell’ through Final Performance - Carl Knipe, Owosso High School’s Symphony Band director, conducted his last performance at the 2014 State Festival of the Michigan State Band and Orchestra Association. Knipe will retire at the end of 2015 after 40 years of teaching.
- Feeding Students through Community Efforts - The Owosso Cares Food Backpack Program provides meals for students who may suffer from hunger while not in school. Recently, a local Subway owner presented the program with a $200 donation.
Owosso Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: The Value of International Exchange Programs
In 1961, the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act provided support for international student exchange. Students from the United States and many global partners have long-since been a part of an exchange of ideas, customs, and languages. Students who study abroad gain an advantage unparallel to most opportunities. Through exchange programs, students learn about new languages and approaches to societal and family issues. They receive valuable lessons in traditions, as well as new or different innovations. As young people discover their own identities, they face challenges away from their parents and the comfort of their homes. They learn how to cope with situations that can often make them fearful or anxious. Learning to assimilate and accept their host families, neighbors, and school communities provides them with global experience and workplace skills, which will most likely continue to teach them throughout life.