Distance Learning Plan
Review the district’s comprehensive COVID-19 response plan, including the plan for distance learning through the end of the school year. Read more.

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ParentPortal

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Lunch Menu

What’s for breakfast and lunch? Our schools offer nutritious meals to encourage healthy eating.

News

Talking to your child during stressful times Talking to your child during stressful times Monday, 01 June 2020 Many of us are struggling to understand what is happening in our society and our children may have questions we aren’t... More detail
On your mark: Register for the Reading is Fun Virtual 5K On your mark: Register for the Reading is Fun Virtual 5K Friday, 29 May 2020 The 10th annual Reading is Fun 5K, sponsored by District 279 Foundation and Kidstop, will be a virtual event this year, held... More detail
Osseo Area Schools to provide free meals to eligible children through federally funded summer program Osseo Area Schools to provide free meals to eligible children through federally funded summer program Thursday, 28 May 2020 Osseo Area Schools will provide free meals to children through Tuesday June 30 at the sites listed below. Five sites... More detail
Unified Schools program creating inclusive learning opportunities in Osseo Area Schools Unified Schools program creating inclusive learning opportunities in Osseo Area Schools Thursday, 28 May 2020 The Unified Schools program in Osseo Area Schools recently received recognition from Special Olympics Minnesota for creating... More detail

The Student Stakeholder Survey is administered in Osseo Area Schools each year from November to March in grades K-12. Each student may respond to one full Stakeholder Survey specific to their grade range. The survey serves the following purposes:

  1. Collecting feedback from students on their engagement in class.
  2. Providing teachers with student feedback for reflection on their classroom instruction and student engagement strategies.
  3. Providing leaders with student feedback to learn about strengths and opportunities for school and district improvement.
  4. Meeting state requirements for Principal and Teacher Development and Evaluation.

Student Stakeholder Survey results have been encouraging so far.  Over the first six years, student perceptions have improved in five of the six areas the district measures as part of its continuous improvement work: Achieving Dreams, Contributing to Community, Lifelong Learning, Welcome, Respect and Trust.

The survey is voluntary for students.  Student survey responses are kept confidential. After students log in to the survey system using their regular username and password, all of the questions are optional. Teachers and other school staff only see summary information for groups of at least five students. Only specific staff in the Department of Learning and Achievement has access to individual student responses.

You may choose to have your son or daughter not participate in the survey by completing and returning this online opt-out form by October 31, 2019. If you have questions about the survey or would like to see all of the questions and scales on the survey, please contact the Department of Learning and Achievement at GustAmy@District279.org or at 763-391-7147.