Osseo Area Schools achieved an important step in its digital learning plan this month as students in several schools sites receive school district-issued iPads. Integrating this technology into students’ education is designed to promote engaged, self-directed learning.
Thanks to a supportive community that approved a technology levy in 2013, approximately 9,000 students in the district will participate in the 1:1 iPad program by the end of first trimester. Next year,...
Updated September 17, 2014
At a September 9 work session, school board members reviewed the facilities and financing plans for work to be done at the district’s three comprehensive high schools as part of the planning for new grade spans that will begin in the 2015-2016 school year.
Board members heard about three key components of the work:
Facilities and Transportation Operations Director Dale Carlstrom described a comprehensive planning process that involves high school principals, academic department leaders, teaching staff, and architects.