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  • New Administrative Appoinment

    On September 7, 2021, the Osceola County School Board approved the following administrative appointment: Adriana Francasso.

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  • The 2021-2022 Parent Guide is here!

    Whether your child is heading to elementary, middle, or high school, this informative resource provides parents everything they need to know to get their child ready as an Osceola County student for the 2021-2022 school year.

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  • Celebration K8 School Closure

    Out of an abundance of caution, the Osceola School District has decided to move all students and teachers at Celebration K-8 to digital learning through TEAMS starting Wednesday, August 25, through Friday, August 27.

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  • New Mask Policy

    The Osceola County School Board has implemented a new face mask policy to begin on August 23, 2021, through October 4, 2021.

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  • School Bus Riders

    This is an important message from the Osceola Schools Transportation Department to school bus riding students and their parents.

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Principal's Message

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                     Ashton Terry, Sr. - Principal
                     Erica Sanders - Assistant Principal 
     
    Dear Koa Families, I am so excited to begin the 2021-2022 and have our building full again with teachers, staff, and students!  I hope that everyone has had an enjoyable summer and is entering the new school year rejuvenated and ready to learn.  Our team is ready to help our Koalas climb academically, socially, and emotionally.  For this school year, our theme at Koa is "Climbing Together Makes Us Better".  By having open lines of communication and working as a team every step of the way, our students will be much more likely to succeed in any endeavor.
     
    Ms. Sanders and I are honored to enter our third year as Koa's administrative team.  We have been working hard over the summer to prepare our school to have a successful opening.  We know there may be questions along the way.  Please know that we are always here and available to assist with any needs you may have.  Please feel free to call, email, or stop in during office hours anytime you need support.
     
    We are returning many of our veteran teachers and have added some amazing new teachers and staff to our team.  Together we will continue to work to ensure your children learn and grow.  To help with this, we are going to begin the AVID and PBIS programs at Koa this year, which will help students progress in their behavior, organization, and self-sufficiency as lifelong learners.  We will be sharing more details about these programs as the school year progresses!
     
    Let's all climb together to make 2021-2022 a school year to remember!
     
     
     
    Message from Ms. Sanders, Koa Elementary Assistant Principal:
     
    I am so elated and eager to start the 2021-2022 school year at Koa Elementary.  We are embarking on a new school year for academic excellence and promoting positive behavior to encourage our students to excel in every aspect of their lives.  Our teachers and staff are ready to take on this task of instilling greatness in each student on our campus.  
     
    Mr. Terry and I believe that every person at Koa is important and matters.   Together we can be successful and accomplish anything.  Climbing together will make us better!
     
     
     
      
    Sincerely,
     
    Ashton Terry, Sr.
    Principal
    Koa Elementary School
    5000 Koa Street
    Kissimmee, FL 34758
    Phone: 407-518-1161 ext. 41100
    Fax: 407-518-2012
    Email: ashton.terry@osceolaschools.net
     

Welcome Koalas!

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    Deputy Sheriff Randy Anthony has been serving the citizens of Osceola County since 2001. A veteran of the United States Marine Corps and a graduate of Columbia College with a degree in Criminal Justice. Deputy Anthony is currently involved with several community-oriented organizations including; Council on Aging, Meals on Wheels, Trail Life USA, and Give Kids the World. Deputy Anthony is also actively involved with several Sheriff’s Office youth programs including Adventure Camp, and Shop with a Cop. Deputy Anthony is a Father of three children, enjoys camping, fishing, and gardening. He is an active member of Landmark Baptist Church in Haines City.

     

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