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Backpack Information
Backpack Information

Parents of Grades 5-12 parents,

There are a few changes with always-on cases/backpacks for district-issued laptops for students in 2017-18. Please pay attention to each campus for specific change:

 

2017 Registration Dates

School Registration Dates 2017

OPS Instructor Wins Agriculture Teacher Of The Year Award
OPS Instructor Wins Agriculture Teacher Of The Year Award

Estes Elementary School’s third/fourth grade teacher Lauren Coomes has been named the Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts’ Teacher of the Year.  The way that Coomes was nominated is a story in itself.   In the spring, Estes students were recognized for their accomplishments in art by the Daviess County Conservation Districts’ Art Poster Contest.  That day, the group took notice of the Estes garden.  After speaking with Coomes and learning about the amazing Estes Garden Day, the (DCCD) decided to nominate Coomes.   

 

Summer Feeding Goes Farm to Table
Summer Feeding Goes Farm to Table

The Owensboro Public Schools Summer Feeding program featured its farm to summer lessons Wednesday, June 14 at both Legion and Moreland parks.  This is essentially a “show and tell” for farmers where they can connect with the local community at a Summer Feeding site.  Farmers talked about how the food is grown, what season and the nutritional benefits of eating locally grown food.  

 

Teacher Leadership Network Created from Within
Teacher Leadership Network Created from Within

A group of Owensboro Public Schools teachers have created a one-of-a-kind professional learning program for OPS teachers called DRIVE OPS.  DRIVE stands for Developing Relationships and Inspiring Visionary Educators.  The goal is to create a fellowship of teachers who inspire and empower others to improve teaching and learning in their schools.

 

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Engaging ALL students with innovative teaching and learning.

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Our vision is to enable students to succeed in life, college and the careers of tomorrow, equipped to think critically and creatively, solve problems, communicate and collaborate effectively, and participate fully in our democratic society.

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Our Values

The learning community of professional educators in the Owensboro Public Schools will be leaders of learning.

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