Special Announcements

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    ATTENDANCE Hotline and Voicemail Message System Down

    Our voicemail system building wide is down. This means you will not be able to leave any messages on the attendance hotline. We are working to fix this is in a timely manner, but in the mean time please email Brandy Lebo. 

    ATTENDANCE: If you need to call off your students please email: Brandy.Lebo@osnaburglocal.org 

    Be sure to include: 

    - Students Name

    -Grade Level

    -Absence Reason

    -Your Relationship to Student

    Osnaburg Local School District
  • Secret Santa Shop

    Tuesday, November 28th- Friday, December 1st the Secret Santa Shop will be open from 8:30am-2:00pm.

    Students in grades PS-5th will have the opportunity to visit the shop throughout the school day. 

    Osnaburg Local School District
  • Coats for Christmas

    Now until the first week of December we will be collecting any new, or lightly used coats. Please drop coats off in the large designated boxes located at Door #1 and in the High School. 

    Thank you for you help in donating your lightly used coats. 

    Osnaburg Local School District
  • 2016-2017 High School Yearbooks have arrived

    The yearbooks are in and available for purchase for $70.00.

    Please email Mr. Martin,  anthony.martin@osnaburglocal.org,  for more details, or to pick up a yearbook that you ordered.

    Osnaburg Local School District
  • East Canton My School Color Run

    This year we will be having our FIRST East Canton My School Color Run on November 11th, 2017 @9am on The East Canton High School Cross Country Course. The Cost of the race is $25.00 per runner, if registered by 10/27 and $30.00 per runner if registered after 10/27.

    This price includes: T-shirt, race bib and a color packet. ALL proceeds will benefit The East Canton Booster Club.

    Register Online @ www.EastCantonMSCR.eventbrite.com

    Like us on Facebook @EastCantonColorRun


    Osnaburg Local School District

Mission Statement

Our school is the heart of our community. Our students are the present and the future of our society. We have a responsibility to our community, students, and society as a whole to provide the best education possible.
To this end, the mission of The Osnaburg Local School District is as follows:

  • To provide a strong sense of teamwork and a family atmosphere that encourages a partnership among students, staff, parents, and community members.

  • To promote understanding, appreciation, and respect for all people within our community and the world, regardless of race, creed, and religion.

  • To maintain a physically, emotionally, and academically secure environment for all students, regardless of ability, that nurtures self-motivation and recognizes individual self-worth.

  • To establish the highest student expectations that demand responsibility, nurture goal setting and encourage problem solving and decision making, while giving opportunities to turn failures into successes.

  • To provide academic, extracurricular and co-curricular programs to ensure that every graduate will be prepared for employment or for continued education.

  • To recognize the value of the entire staff and to provide the support necessary to ensure the highest level of competence and professional growth.

By embracing these elements, the Osnaburg Local School District will establish an environment which promotes lifelong learning where people value the relevance of education and appreciate the aesthetic aspects of life.

Bullying Incidents Summary

Harassment, intimidation or bullying is defined as an intentional, written, verbal or physical act that a student has exhibited toward another particular student more than once and the behavior both (1) causes mental or physical harm to the other student and (2) is sufficiently severe, persistent or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening or abusive educational environment for the other student.

Click here to see our Bullying Behavior Chart.

2016-2017 1st Semester Incidents

Elementary -0

Middle School- 3

High School-2

2015 - 2016 School Year Incidents
Elementary - 0

Middle School - 1

High School - 1

2014 - 2015 School Year Incidents
Elementary - 0

Middle School - 7

High School - 2