USD 504 Participates in Mathcounts Competition at Pitt State

The MATHCOUNTS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to engage middle school students of all ability and interest levels in fun, challenging math programs, in order to expand their academic and professional opportunities. Middle school students exist at a critical juncture in which their love for mathematics must be nurtured, or their fear of mathematics must be overcome. MATHCOUNTS provides students with the . . .

Feb 26, 2015

6th Graders Study Black History Month

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Mr. Floyd Cavitt stopped by to visit with the 6th grade class at Neosho Heights. (2-26) The 6th graders have been studying Black History during the month of February. Mr Cavitt talked to the students about the March on Selma (1965), Martin Luther King, Jr., Jackie Robinson, and famous inventors. He shared stories about growing up and . . .

Feb 23, 2015

New Addition Plus More Students Equals OJSHS

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Through several months of pouring concrete, laying brick, and wiring in the lights, the new Oswego Junior High School building is on the brink of completion. On Monday, February 23rd, the junior high students began having their classes in Oswego Junior-Senior High School (OJSHS for short). The students, who previously attended their . . .

Feb 23, 2015

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CareerZoom

CAREERZOOM KANSAS Is a portal to affordable higher education and satisfying careers.  Students can use CareerZoom Kansas to find out what career training programs are available within their fields of interest, and in the geographic areas in which they want to study.  This search engine was designed to help Kansas's high school . . .

Oswego Bright Futures

  Together... committing all that we are to enrich the life of a child.  Description: Bright Futures provides a path for communities to engage everyone in a collective movement to develop relationships and channel resources supporting education and enabling children to achieve success. Bright Futures . . .