James S. Rickards Fall Invitational Math Contest
OSS Competition Math Teams are participating in a state wide invitational math contest. The James S. Rickards Fall Invitational is a math competition for elementary, middle,
Mrs. Frunker's 7th graders read, "Where Do Hispanic People Come From?" to Mrs. Trujillo's 3rd graders. Together, they answered questions about the text and helped each other with the vocabulary. The 3rd graders greatly enjoyed the visit and even learned something at the same time. They are looking forward to more educational visits.
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented youth. Duke Tip provides theopportunity to take college entrance exams to identify, recognize, and support highly performing students. Orlando Science Schools’ advanced curriculum and
Students are to read six books off the middle school reading list. Three of the books are Sunshine State books and must be selected from the list. The remaining three books are non-fiction Common Core books and must be selected from the link below. Afterwards, the students are required to complete one mini-book report per book and finally will complete one major project. All the projects and their requirements can be found on the OSS website. All projects are due on August 23, 2013.
Dear Parent/Guardian,The Algebra 1 class had a new requirement starting the 2011-2012 school year. Students who took the Algebra-1 Course for this school year will be required to take the Algebra-1 End of Course Test (EOCT). Students must pass the Algebra-1 EOCT to earn a high school credit.
Attention 6th Graders!!!
Are you interested in math? Do you want to be a member of the OSS Mu Alpha Theta Algebra 1 Team next year? Then, join the OSS Competition Math Club on Thursdays from 2:45pm to 3:45pm. This club is for 6th grade students who want to get a head start in their Algebra 1 course.
Dear Parents;OSS is happy to announce a STEM competition sponsored by Florida Gulf Coast University and offered by the Department of Chemistry and Mathematics. The purpose of this event is to encourage students to develop their interests and abilities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Participation is open to all middle school, junior high school and senior high school students and is divided into following categories. If you are interested in, please turn in the form to Mr. Memon no later than Friday March 1st. Please Click to download FGCU STEM Consent Form