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500 Doyle Road
Osteen, Florida 32764

    Coach's Corner

    P.E. and Music classes had a great time dancing in April.  All grade levels worked cooperatively to learn several square dance and line dance routines.  We had a great time teaching the dance unit and hope all the students had a fun time learning to work together, follow directions and stay with the beat.
    Field Day will be coming up soon.  All students will participate in Field Day on the morning of May 11th.  Parents are welcome to attend to help cheer on all the students.  Parent sign in is required as always in the front office before heading outside to the activities.  Students will bring home a flyer about the event in May.  Field Day is scheduled to begin at 8:15 AM and conclude by 10:30 AM.  Hope to see you there!

    Music Notes 

    Congratulations to our Peter Pan, Jr. Cast Members on an OUTSTANDING MUSICAL!!!!
    I am so very proud of our students this year at Osteen Elementary School!  We have had a wonderful year filled with musical fun and celebration!  I am so excited to see what next year will bring! Thank you for all you have done to make our Music program remarkable!  

    Mrs. Heather B. LeFils
    Osteen Elementary Music

    Experiencing Art 

    The Core Concepts and Skills 

    The students in grades K-5 have completed the unit titled “BIG FACES, DISTANT PLACES” We learned of drawing using basic geometric shapes and using a grid to lay out the facial features in a bilateral symmetrical drawing. The highlights were the chalk drawings of animals right outside the Art room. Have you ever seen a violet pig or a polka dotted unicorn? The children amaze me with their creativity and imaginations. 
    The last Art theme is on cartooning and creating a storyboard for your imaginary characters.  

    The end of the year Art awards called “THE GOLDEN PAINTBRUSH” will be announced the last week of school at each grade levels award ceremony. These are for children that not only do well in Art, but have evolved into amazing citizens in the Art room, community, and at home.  Students that continue to thrive in the area of Art and encourage others, as well as work on Art projects outside of the Art room, will be selected for this prestigious award.  

    Art Assessment reminder: students are assessed in the following areas… skills, content, effort, and behavior.  **The report card has a section on personal development whereas scores will reflect good choices made in Art.  A score of 2 and 3 will impact overall status such as honor roll eligibility.                                                         

    Art in the Community 
    The “Crime Stopper” contest held annually with multiple awards announced sometime the end of May. Osteen Elementary has three finalists in the running for cash awards. Good luck students!!!         

    Ariel Berrien          Destiny Frazer          Javon Magee