Exploring all that nature has to offer is a part of every day at Learn ‘n Grow Early Childhood Education Center. They walk the nature trails, go on scavenger hunts, learn about the different plants and animals that thrive in each season and now they’ve added a garden to their nature-based learning.
This summer, students in the summer child care program planted several vegetables and the kids are now seeing it all come to life! Right now, green beans are in season. The kids go out and pick them from the outdoor garden area. The kids have also planted cucumbers and pumpkins and are anxiously awaiting their arrival this fall. That garden was made possible by a grant from the Otsego Public Schools Foundation.
OHS has 24 seniors graduating with a 4.0 GPA or higher. Learn the future plans of these students graduating with distinction.
Otsego will once again provide free meals to kids throughout the summer for breakfast and lunch and the Bulldogs Bookin' Bus is back on the road, too!
Increased programming with a community focus is on the horizon with our new Aquatics Center Director.
Washington Street Elementary is named a National CKH Showcase School for the 3rd year in a row.
Otsego Middle School was named a National CKH Showcase School for the 4th year in a row.