Interested in taking or instructing a local adult education class? We want to hear from you! Odessa R-VII School District invites you to share ideas for class topics YOU would like to see offered, as we prepare the course catalog for upcoming Spring 2015 Adult Education Courses beginning in March. Our goal is to . . .
This year at OMS, one of Mr. Lewis's 8th Grade Academic Focus classes conducted a research project. This project was then entered in the 'How Inventions Evolve' contest conducted by Science World (Scholastic). Students conducted intense research on an invention of their choosing, wrote a 400-500 word essay, and . . .
Mrs. Walsh, OMS 6th grade teacher, had 18 students participate in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) essay contest. This contest was established to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation’s great history and learn about history in a new light. Each academic year, a unique essay topic is chosen and . . .
Welcome to the Odessa R-VII District On-line Curriculum page. The Odessa R-VII staff provides an engaging curriculum that serves students' academic and social needs. Rigorous and exciting learning activities are incorporated into units of study that meet, and often exceed, state standards. Below you will find a link to course unit names and objectives. https://arcalign.missouri.edu/Public/odessamo Instructions for navigating On-Line Curriculum site. 1. Click on the Drop Down box that says "Name" and choose the "Course Level or "Discipline" of the course you would like to view. 2. In the box that says "Undefined," click the grade level or the discipline area you would like to view. 3. Click "Add Filter" and wait for the page to refresh. 4. Click "View" next to the name of the course and grade level you would like to view. 5. Click "Show Objectives" in the white box to the right. 6. To view all objectives within a unit, click "View Details."
Odessa R-VII CSIP (Comprehensive Improvement Pan) 054-041Odessa R-VII School District Odessa R-VII Mission Statement In partnership with its parents and communities, the mission of the Odessa R-VII schools is to provide educational opportunities for all students to achieve life-long learning skills through quality academic, vocational, and social educational experiences in a safe and nurturing environment. Odessa R-VII found the following critical issues to be the foci of our Needs Assessment. Click here to view the report in its entirety. Click . . .
Whats new for 2014-2015 Changes for Breakfast, Lunch and Smart Snacks in Schools The 2014-2015 school year makes the third year of changes under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. Changes for the upcoming school year include additional requirements for breakfast, lunch and the implementation of Smart Snacks in School requiring schools to offer healthier snack food to children at school. The wellness and nutrition team at OPAA! has been actively working toward the new changes to meet all requirements while maintaining acceptability with students. Click here for more . . .