Welcome to the Parent Resources Page. Here you will find many useful tools to help you and your student have a successful academic year.
Please don’t hesitate to contact OSSM with any questions. Emails are firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edna Manning, president emerita…405.522.7800
Kenneth Lease, executive vice president…405.522-7823
A. Brent Richards, vice president for academics…405.522.7820
Elizabeth Jacoby, assistant to the vice president…405.522.7803
Jonathan Triplett, residence hall director…405.522.1909
Amanda Bonnett, academic counselor…405.521.6440
Cynthia Parish, college counselor…405.522.7830
Shannon Gorbet, chief financial officer…405.522.7845
Bill Kuehl, admissions dean and registrar…405.522.7802
Linda Waters, director of public information…405.522.7806
Mark Wang, president of the Parents’ Association (PAOSSM)…email@example.com
(All events are on campus unless otherwise noted)
September 5–No Classes
September 17–Parents’ Day
October 17–No Classes
November 5–Quantum Experience
November 21-25–Fall Break
December 12-16–Finals Week
December 19-January 8–Winter Break
January 9–Classes Resume
January 16–No Classes
February 20–No Classes
March 13-17–Spring Break
April 10–No Classes
May 15–No Classes
May 22-26–Finals Week
May 26–Class of 2024 Moves Out of Residence Hall
May 27–Class of 2023 Graduation (State Capitol)
Various Charges Families May Incur
At OSSM, there is no charge for tuition, room and board, although families may incur fees during the year. These include costs to replace lost or damaged items, including key cards, school property, textbooks and OSSM-assigned computers.
At the beginning of the school year, each student receives a key card, which allows access to residence hall rooms as well as academic buildings. If a student loses or damages it, there is a $15 charge for a replacement. For payment, students/parents can pay with cash or online with a credit card at the time of replacement. In addition, the charge can be billed to the student’s account with an invoice being sent to parents at the end of the semester.
Charges for textbook-, school property- and computer-related damages will be determined at the end of the school year or at the time they are returned, with an invoice sent to parents indicating total amount due. Payment can be arranged with the Finance Office.
For more information on these policies, please contact Shannon Gorbet in the Finance Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OSSM will host its annual convocation on Sunday, August 14, at 2 p.m. It will be held on campus.
Convocation celebrates the start of the next school year, and recognizes all students. Seniors also receive their Governor’s Scholar medallion.
For more information, check on the Parent Resource page of the OSSM website.