Dear Osseo-Fairchild Families,
Since the Supreme Court did not overturn the portion of the Safer-at-Home Order that closed schools, our school buildings and grounds are still closed through June 30.
Here is what we do know right now for the end of the school year:
School buildings and grounds remain closed to instruction, student activities, and public events through June 30.
Since we cancelled spring break, the last school day for students is Monday, June 1.
Meal service will continue through August 31. We are preparing and delivering over 6,000 meals every Monday. If you have not signed up for this service, please contact the school district at (715) 597-3141 ext. 1406. Meals are free to anyone 18 and under.
Chromebooks, textbooks, and library books will be collected from students on Thursday, May 28 from 9:00-1:00 PM and Tuesday, June 2 from 2:00-6:00 PM. We will have stations set up outside each school building to return these items. If you are not able to return your device or other school materials on these designated days, please contact the school district at (715) 597-3141 ext. 1406 to set up an appointment to return your device and other materials.
Summer School: A survey will be sent out to elementary families regarding options for summer school for July and August during the week of May 25.
Our graduation ceremony has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 25. We will be working with the county to ensure the safety of the students, staff, and families during the graduation ceremony. More detailed information will be communicated with the senior students and families as soon as we are able. We understand that this is not how anyone anticipated how the year would end for our seniors. We are deeply sorry that many seniors have had so many let downs with the school closure.
For information about mental health services, food programs, internet access, or instructional resources, please visit the www.ofsd.k12.wi.us
Thank you to all of our families! We appreciate the work you have done to help learning continue through the school closure.
Mrs. Whelan, Superintendent