Osceola County schools announce learning options for next school year

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla — On Wednesday, Osceola School District Superintendent Dr. Debra Pace posted on the district’s Facebook page that students and parents will have two learning options for the next school year starting in August.

The first option is face-to-face learning at their zoned school or school of choice.

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The second option is to apply for Osceola Virtual School, which is accepting applications through July 16, 2021.

Those interested can apply at www.osceolaschools.net/ovss.

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The district will not be offering the option of digital learning for the next school year.