The Choices Learning Center partnered with the Blytheville School of Cosmetology as a new component to their Life Skills Program. This partnership will also allow students who are interested in this field or career path an opportunity to earn professional hours toward their internship or licensure process. This course is taught and facilitated by a licensed instructor, Ms. Michelle Brown. Our students will gain an opportunity to learn and practice lifelong skills in time management, problem-solving, communication and cosmetologist skills. We would like to thank the Blytheville School of Cosmetology for this opportunity. Also, thanks to the Legacii Educational Development Foundation for donating items to our Cosmetology Program! #ChoicesLearningCenterLife Skills Program #Wearelearning #Cosmetology2022 #Ourcareerpathmatters
The Choices Learning Center of the Osceola School District, was the recipient of some special donations by The Left-Hand Right-Hand Foundation, Inc. This Foundation was established by Darius Slayton, Wide Receiver for the New York Giants. He gifted the school with a new washer and dryer from Lowes and cleaning supplies from Walmart. Darius Slayton is the son of the OHS alumni Eddie Slayton and his wife Pamela. We would like to thank Darius, his parents and the rest of the members of his Foundation for donating to our Life Skills Program. #DariusSlayton86 #NYGiants #LeftHandRightHandFoundation #ClassOf1979SonPayingItForward
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Attention Retired Teachers
Osceola School District will be closed Monday, June 20, 2022 in observance of Juneteenth.
Osceola School District Substitute Teacher Training
Osceola School District will dismiss early Friday, May 27, 2022
Osceola School District will dismiss early on Friday, May 27, 2022
Osceola School District will Dismiss early on Friday, May 27, 2022
Congratulations to the OHS Choices Learning Centers senior for Graduating with their HS diploma!
The Osceola School District is still closely monitoring the weather for today, Wednesday April 13, 2022. Our primary goal is to keep our students and staff safe at all times. Parents may pick up their children at any time if they feel more comfortable doing so.
The Osceola School District is closely monitoring the weather today Wednesday April 13, 2022. Our primary goal is to keep our students and staff safe at all times. We will keep you updated of any changes.
ATTN: Choices Learning Center Students Due to inclement weather, all students will have a Virtual Learning Day on February 3rd, 2022.
The Choices Learning Center OHS seniors participated in a mock community Job Fair. We would like to thank the various community businesses (listed below) for conducting real interviews for our students to practice real-world career experiences. * Osceola Walmart Shopping Center * Mississippi Juvenile Department *City of Osceola * Osceola Parks and Recreation *ABBCO *B&A Wright’s Property *Osceola Police Department #CareeropportuntiesatChoices
Important Announcement: To: Choices Learning Center Parents & Students OSD are experiencing a recent surge in our community with COVID-19 illnesses and quarantines. Because of this we have decided to pivot to virtual learning starting tomorrow, January 13, 2022 through Friday, January 14, 2022. Classes will resume on site Tuesday, January 18, 2022. Osceola please stay safe and take precautions during these days. Choices Center students, please login into your Edgenuity platform to complete assignments. Also, please check your email for updates from your teachers as well as scheduled zoom sessions if needed. Choices Principal, Ms. Christel Smith
On Friday December the 10th, the Choices Learning Center helped Westside Ministry deliver 125 meals to the community. We would like to thank Impact and the Westside ministry for this opportunity to provide community service to the citizens of Osceola.
The OMS and OHS students at the Choices Learning Center is learning basic sewing skills. Sewing is a part of the Life Skills Program at the Choices Center. The students are learning that Sewing can be therapeutic and help benefit their emotions and wellbeing by helping them manage stress. At Choices, sewing is bigger than a Life Skill!
The Choices Learning Center would like to thank the Mississippi County Prosecuting Attorney, Ms. Tiarra Turner and the Juvenile Department for visiting their campus. The Juvenile Department conducted an assembly on how truancy, peer pressure, substance abuse, disorderly conduct and bad choices can affect you for the rest of your life. The prosecuting attorney expressed how Important it is to attend school regularly and get a high school diploma. The students were allowed to ask questions and have rich dialogue about school laws and ways to avoid making bad decisions.
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Choices “Life Skills Program” On Friday October 1st, the Choices Learning Center (male) students and staff prepared the monthly breakfast for our campus and special guests. We invited several community members and district school employees to our monthly breakfast event. Our students presented a small token of appreciate to our special guest, Mr. Charles “Satellite” Douglas for his hard work and dedication to his community!