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OSBORNE SCHOOLS


 
OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL---"HOME OF THE BULLDOGS"  
OSBORNE JUNIOR HIGH---"HOME OF THE BULLPUPS"

SUPERINTENDENT---
Keith Hall         PRINCIPAL---Tom Conway
SECRETARY---
Jeanne Mans              ATHLETIC DIR.---Doug Ubelaker
ADDRESS---219 North Second          TELEPHONE #---785-346-2143

Osborne Junior-Senior High School, which includes the communities of Osborne, Alton, and Portis, is home to 121 students.  The high school is a Class 1A school, and along with the junior high, are now members of the Northern Plains League.

The school offers a wide variety of academic, liberal arts, and vocational classes for its students. In the past several years, both the high school and junior high have enjoyed great success in the classroom and students in both schools have achieved the State's Standard of Excellence in both Reading and Math.

There is a wide variety of extra-curricular activities offered by the schools, such as music, speech and drama, scholar bowl, organizations, and athletics.  Graduates have access to one of the finest scholarship programs in the state.

2016 8-MAN DIVISION I STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPS!!!

2016 CLASS 1A DIV. 1 BOYS BB 2ND PLACE!!!

2014 CLASS 1A DIV. 1 GIRLS BB 3RD PLACE!!!

2013 8-MAN DIVISION I STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPS!!!







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www.usd392.com












OSBORNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL---"HOME OF THE LITTLE DAWGS"

PRINCIPAL---Keith Hall
SECRETARY---Shelley Roach
ADDRESS---234 North Third
TELEPHONE #---785-346-5491

Osborne Elementary School has a current enrollment of 145 students in grades K-6.  Kindergarten is an all day 5-day a week program.  The school also has an ECD program.  Student curriculums include the usual realm of subjects, with 5th and 6th graders having the opportunity to participate in band.  In the past several years, students in the elementary school have achieved the State's Standard of Excellence in the areas of Reading and Math.

There are special activities during the school year that students have the opportunity to participate in.  In Grades 4-6, students can take part in the County Spelling Bee.  All students (K-6) compete in the Soil Conservation Poster contest program.  Other miscellaneous activities include an all school open house early in the school year, a Book Fair in the fall, and an array of classroom parties celebrating Halloween, Christmas, and birthday parties.