News & Announcements

K-12 Education Recovery Plan (click here)

Ministry of Education Guidelines for Boards of Education for the 2021/22 School Year provides guidance on key topics, clarifies provincial expectation and includes links to information and resources.

Positive COVID-19 Case

Dear Families,
A member of the Osoyoos Elementary school community has tested positive for COVID-19. School Exposure May 13, 14, 17 and18, 2021
More information about the recent exposure can be found at the bottom of the home page under "news."

OSOYOOS ELEMENTARY VIRTUAL BOOK FAIR - Now On!!

Osoyoos Elementary is hosting our Fall Book Fair this week. Students will get a chance to purchase books during a designated time for their class. Parents and community members are asked to follow the link below to support us in our book fair this year. On Wednesday, Oct. 21, from 6-8pm, enjoy free shipping! Thank you for your support!

Welcome Back September 2020

Welcome Back Nighthawks. Learn about some of the changes at OSE September 2020. Click on "read full story" to watch our video, or find the link under "media"

Raising Digitally Responsible Youth- June 29

Raising Responsible Digital Learners
Parent Presentation - Remote Learning Session
Presented by: Safer Schools Together
Tickets: $25
June 29, 2020
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The parent presentation will focus on all things digital. Your child in Middle/High School has now entered into the peak of their digital media lives where cell phone ownership doubles,
video game use explodes, and they dive into the world of social media and hyper-texting.Your child is rapidly developing their personal identity with cell phone in hand and you need to be prepared.

Recommendations for family rules, parental controls and developing a family tech plan will be outlined as well as suggestions for monitoring your tween/teen’s digital life. As a parent, you must lead the charge as a digital role model and help your child develop a strong digital citizenship foundation while reminding them that their digital tattoo reflects their
real and online selves.

At this age, they will encounter situations that will challenge their independence, including cyberbullying, cyber-exclusion, the dangers of anonymity, privacy, sharing intimate images, and inappropriate websites. Parents have an important role to play in providing support and guidance during critical periods. A snapshot of current trends and concerning apps will be provided to equip you in your digital parenting strategy.

Register here: https://saferschoolstogether.com/news-eve…/remote-trainings/
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