• Dear Parents and Students:


    We are pleased to welcome everyone to the 2018-2019 school year.  The purpose of this newsletter is to share important information that you will need as school opens.  Parents are encouraged to review the enclosed information with their students and contact us should questions arise.


    On June 27, 2018 the Florida Department of Education released school grades.  I am very proud to announce that our school received an “A” grade.  This marks the seventh consecutive year that Osceola Fundamental High School has received an “A” rating.  This grade reflects the hard work of our dedicated teachers, students, support staff and you the parents.  Congratulations!


    OFHS will continue to operate on a seven-period schedule with New Start and Ending Times of 7:20 AM to 1:50 PM Monday through Friday.  Free breakfast will be served daily to all students from 6:50 AM to 7:15 AM.  We will also continue to operate two lunches in the middle of the day (after 4th period).  In an effort to increase student choices, our food services will provide vending machines with nutritional foods and beverages.


    Hats off to Todd Belair, Head Plant Operator, and our wonderful plant operations staff for doing another outstanding job in cleaning and beautifying our school grounds over the summer break.  The facility looks great and is ready for the upcoming year.


    For your planning purposes, please note that our OFHS “Back to School Night” will be held on Wednesday, August 29th from 6:30 PM to 8:00 AM.  School Advisory Council (SAC), the Parent, Teacher and Student Association (PTSA) and our Booster Associations will meet monthly beginning in September.  Please visit our school’s website for the meeting dates and times for all of these associations.


    On behalf of the Warrior family, thank you for choosing Osceola Fundamental High School for your child’s education.  I am honored to be your principal and know my door is always open.  We look forward to working with you.


    Your partner in education,



    Michael C. Bohnet