Christmas Break will be Monday, December 24th- Wednesday, January 2nd.
Classes will resume Thursday, January 3rd.
Academic Goal: By October 2021, 100% of our students will demonstrate a minimum of one year's growth and 80% of our student body will reach proficiency or above in all subject areas using MAP, SLO, state and local assessments.
Climate/Conditions Goal: By October 2021, 100% of Osnaburg Local School District staff, in partnership with students, families, and community organizations will cultivate a safe, supportive, and inclusive school climate that nurtures the development of the whole child as measured by district collected non-academic indicators.
Little Hornets Preschool has been awarded the 5-Star quality rating for the past two years. Step Up To Quality is a five-star quality rating and improvement system that recognizes and promotes learning and development programs that meet quality program standards that exceed regulations. Program standards are based on national research identifying standards which lead to improved outcomes for children.
STEM education is active and focuses on a student-centered learning environment. Students engage in questioning, problem solving, collaboration, and hands-on activities while they address real life issues. The elementary has also implemented STEM sections in the 4th and 5th grade levels.
East Canton Elementary utilizes personalized education and building wide intervention.
ECMS was a 2016 and 2017 Momentum Award recipient, this award recognizes schools that have received A's for every value-added portion on the Ohio School Report Card. Value-added is used to measure the amount of growth students experience within a school year and this award indicates ECMS students are receiving a year or more of growth per school year. The report card for 2016-2017 showed that students made greater than expected progress in mathematics and reading.
According to the 2016 My College Options Annual Report, which surveys more than 700,000 students nationwide, about 52 percent of East Canton High School students plan to pursue a STEM-based career versus 28.2 percent nationally. The report also found that 95 percent of East Canton students planned to attend a four-year higher education institution following their high school graduation.
Osnaburg Local Schools has implemented STEM education at all building levels. STEM focuses on subject-specific learning, along with helping to foster inquiring minds, logical reasoning, and collaborative skills.
High School and Middle School Choirs
Grades 6-12 Christmas Performance
Tuesday, December 18th
Menu: pancakes, sausage and juice/coffee
Cost: $5.00 per person and students who attend the dinner will get in for FREE to the home Hornets Varsity basketball game at 7:30pm vs Malvern
5x7 pictures with Santa Claus will also be available for $5.00
*ALL proceeds will benefit the Walker Family**
Gabriel David Walker was born on March 15th, 2013 to the proud parents Marquis and Molly Walker. Molly has been employed by East Canton Schools for 17 years and is currently teaching gifted students in grades 1-8.
Gabe was born with Alagille Syndrome which is a rare genetic disorder that can have an effect on the liver, heart, kidney, eyes, brain and lungs. Gabe's liver and the function of it is affected, which causes him constant itching, vitamin deficiency, poor weight gain and cholestasis. Gabe is currently on the liver transplant list because, although the performance of his liver is normal at this time, it could potentially deteriorate without a transplant.
Gabe is 5 years old and has an older sister (Bella 10), brother (Trae 7) and younger brother (Max 3) whom he loves to play with. He also enjoys attending Pre-K at East Canton's, Little Hornets Preschool. His favorite food is pancakes. There will be a Pancake Dinner held for Gabe on Tuesday, December 18th from 5:00-7:00p at the Foltz Community Center, menu will include: pancakes, sausage and juice/coffee
Osnaburg Local Schools is enrolled in SaferSchools Ohio a statewide tip line that is monitored 24 hours a day by trained professionals with the ability to contact law enforcement and school administrators should the need arise. The contact number is 844-SAFER-OH, (844-723-3764). This can be done anonymously by call or text, 24-hours a day. Please encourage your students to "Say Something if you See Something."
The Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Public Safety's SaferOH tip line accepts both calls and texts 24 hours a day.