Snow days force summer school changes

Story by Della Riner, Reporter

May 30, 2019

Changes have been made to the Summer school program including longer classes and an online component. The abnormal amount of snow days prompted the changes. Assistant Principal Andrew Zuber feels the longer class periods may be harder on teachers and students. “Being in the same class for two hours and 56 minutes is going...

352 seniors say goodbye

352 seniors say goodbye

Story by Savannah Alvis, Reporter

May 29, 2019

On May 10 352 students graduate from Fort Osage High School at the Community of Christ Auditorium. Princ...

Seven teachers/staff move on to other jobs

Seven teachers/staff move on to other jobs

Story by Cassidy Newberry, Reporter

May 29, 2019

Joel Matthews will be leaving the Fort Osage District this year. He will be working at the Excelsior Spr...

KC Center for Inclusion hosts Equality Prom for students

KC Center for Inclusion hosts Equality Prom for students

May 28, 2019

Approximately 15 students from Fort Osage attended their first ever Equality Prom on May 3. It was hosted by...

Ms. Hay set to retire after 19 years with district

Ms. Hay set to retire after 19 years with district

Story by Savannah Alvis, Reporter

May 28, 2019

Walking into Ms.Mary Hay’s office, one might find her working on the EOC schedule for students. She ...

Choir earns 8 exemplary rankings at State

Story by Della Riner, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Choir went to State to perform as soloist and in small ensembles on April 25. Eight ensembles performed including freshman Daylie Waters in the Freshman Women’s Misc. Ensemble. This was Water’s first competition and she feels it was a good experience to have Freshman year. “This year was a really good experience ca...

New StuCo officers ready to serve

Story by Savannah Alvis, Reporter

May 14, 2019

The school elected the 2019-2020 Student Council on March 20, 2019. Rising senior Kaden Kyrsa received the most votes for student council president for the 2019-2020 school year. Kyrsa ran against classmate Michael Reddick and it was the only office that needed an election.   “I feel very proud that I have come such a...

Pops Concert helps graduates with scholarship money

Pops Concert helps graduates with scholarship money

May 9, 2019

On May 3 the senior choir students hosted the Pop’s Scholarship Concert. The theme, “Fortchella,” ti...

Girls Track & Field Team captures two championships

Girls Track & Field Team captures two championships

May 9, 2019

The Womens Varsity Track team competed for City Championships on April 17 and won first place. Just ar...

I.T. students fare well at State

I.T. students fare well at State

Story by Susan Downs, Reporter

May 9, 2019

The Industrial Tech students competed in the District Competition on April 26 and the State Competit...

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NAHS collects shoes for Haiti

May 7, 2019

National Arts Honor Society collected shoes for a shoe drive that started in March. The shoe drive took s...

Over 250 students help 3rd annual Fort Serves

Over 250 students help 3rd annual Fort Serves

Story by Joel Huntebrinker, Reporter

April 29, 2019

On Apr. 11, the Student Council ran Fort Serves, an annual community service event that has been operating...

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