Welcome to the Osceola School District

Home of the Indians

On behalf of the Osceola School District, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our district webpage.

Our outstanding staff of teachers, support personnel, and administrators have the pleasure of serving nearly 525 students. The Osceola School District is honored to have established partnerships with the supportive Osceola patrons and community. The Osceola School Board is committed to providing our students with the best possible education and resources available.

As your superintendent of schools, my number one goal is to be sure our students are provided with a safe and nurturing learning environment.

On behalf of the district, I want to thank the parents and community for their continued support of Osceola Schools.

If I can ever be of assistance or service to you individually, please do not hesitate to email, call or come by my office.

Michael Fransen, Superintendent
[email protected]
Phone: 417-646-8143

“It’s great to be an Indian!”

Indian News







Great Gatsby Prom

Friday, March 5, 2021  7-10 pm

Location: Top of the World Barn

2105 NE 315 Private Road, Osceola, MO 64776


No admittance after 9pm

Dress code is semi-formal, masks are Required


All guests from other schools must be approved in advance, 

no guests 21+ allowed.



RSVP is Required 

Please RSVP by Friday Feb. 26th at 


After Prom (aka Project Prom)

After prom is a parent-sponsored event for Osceola, Seniors, and Prom dates.  

The plan is to go Urban Air in Springfield, but we still need a head count. So please RSVP at: 

For after-prom, they need both the paper waiver and the Urban Air waiver which is digitally signed at :

Please bring $20 to cover extra food. 

Please RSVP for After-Prom by Feb. 26, 2021


Bus Leaves from the High School at 11:00pm and will return by 6 am.  

Prom Photo Order Form: Prom Photo Order Form.pdf
Project Prom Waiver Form: Project Prom Wiaver.pdf

Upcoming Events

MOSIS / Core Data Coordinator: Heather Murguia

417-646-8333, ext 241

[email protected]

Homeless Coordinator: Dustin Schubert 

[email protected]

Foster Care (POC):Cheryl Edwards

[email protected]

Curriculum Director:  Dr. Debbie Ross

[email protected]

Federal Programs: Chris McClimans 

[email protected]

English Language Learners (ELL): Lisa Sommer

[email protected]



The Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) has developed a catalog of virtual online courses for students.  Students will be able to take an entire course from an Internet-connected computer, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  LAUNCH is Osceola Schools preferred provider.  Additional information may be found by following the link provided.

Osceola Public Schools

76 SE Highway WW

Osceola, Missouri 64776


Mr. Michael Fransen Mr. Dustin Schubert Dr. Chris McClimans  

Superintendent High School Principal Elementary Principal

Phone 417-646-8143 Phone 417-646-8144 Phone 417-646-8333

January 14, 2021

Dear Parents:

Winter weather is upon us, and it is important to review procedures for school closing or delaying the opening of school due to snow and inclement weather. 


The state is now allowing schools to use virtual learning on snow days so they do not have to make up the days. Using virtual learning on snow days would require us to anticipate a closing the day before a weather event to send home computers with elementary students. This scenario is a difficult one for everyone and for a one-day closure, it’s just not practical. However, if we see a large storm coming that could result in several days out of school, we may send home computers and implement virtual learning if the closure lasts multiple days. At this time, we will use snow days as we normally have in the past.  


School Closure:

You will be notified of a school closure through a School Messenger text, website, and Facebook post. The district will also notify local news channels of our school closure. We will make every attempt to make a cancellation as early as possible to help parents make arrangements.


Early Release:

Should there be an early release, you will be notified through a School Messenger text, school website, and Facebook post.


Make sure that all of your phone numbers and contact info are up to date in our school information system (SIS) so we are able to contact you in case of a school closure.




Mr. Michael Fransen

Superintendent of Schools

If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.-Henry Ford