Michigan's teacher shortage has support with a new program that is removing barriers for many aspiring educators.
The 3rd annual College & Career Week is underway at OHS! This is a big week for students to explore college and career options in a variety of ways!
With a cut of the ribbon, a new reading feature opened at Alamo Elementary - a StoryWalk
Racing gives fans a rush - it's a sport that is fast and fun, and full of STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math.
OMS introduced the new “Capturing Kids’ Hearts” word of the month in a fun way - it was a race to learn about empathy.
For more than 20 years, the Oshtemo Grange gifts each 3rd grade student a dictionary to aid them as they improve their literacy skills.
WSE's Conflict Manager program is a leadership program for students to learn how to solve conflicts and mentor their peers.
Alamo Kindergartners learned so much in one project - all about their name!
Little Sprouts, a public playground for families with kids ages 0-5, is now underway at our preschool!
Construction is still ongoing, but we're opening the doors for the community now to see the progress!
A new class is helping our exchange students acclimate and find their place in their home away from home for this school year.
OHS has 24 seniors graduating with a 4.0 GPA or higher. Learn the future plans of these students graduating with distinction.
Increased programming with a community focus is on the horizon with our new Aquatics Center Director.
Washington Street Elementary is named a National CKH Showcase School for the 3rd year in a row.
Otsego Middle School was named a National CKH Showcase School for the 4th year in a row.
Dix Street Elementary receives National Showcase School honors for the 4th year in a row.
Recognized for our relationships! Four Otsego schools have been named National Showcase Schools by CKH
The last full day of school is OMS field trip day! This year that date falls on June 6th. Find info and links here!
To honor Otsego's former mayor, Cyndi Trobeck, our elementary schools have a special little library focused on strong women and kindness.
All three Otsego elementary schools participated in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart challenge, an annual fundraising opportunity to both raise money for AHA programs and to teach kids how to stay heart healthy and have raised $27,946