Giving Back

July 13, 2011 - The energy-efficient design of the new high school is proving to be a real money saver. Not only is the school district saving each month on its own energy bills, but tax credits for the architectural firm Tower Pinkster are coming back to the district as well.

Off to Europe

It's the moment of the summer they've been waiting for. Seven band members from Otsego are among 115 students across Southern Michigan headed to Europe. They're leaving today, July 12, and will be there for 16 days. Band Director Brent Morrisson is also accompanying them to be part of the staff as they visit seven different countries and perform in five of them.

July Newsletter

We hope you are enjoying your summer!

The July newsletter is in the mail and is full of great accomplishments and projects that Otsego students took part in throughout the spring trimester. A hard copy will be arriving shortly, or you can pick one up at Central Office, but you can also flip through the pages online.

New OPS Website

Things look very different at, and we hope you like what you see. Over the last several weeks, Otsego has been building a new website that will be easier for you to find what you're looking for, and quickly.

Boyz on the Move

There was a lot of cheering going on on the last Friday in May. That's because 18 Alamo Elementary 4th and 5th grade boys were making history at Otsego Public Schools and possibly kicking off a new opportunity for boys across the country.

Europe Bound

Band students live for performing, but they're about to embark on a whole new stage as a trip to Europe approaches. Seven Otsego band members, and teacher Brent Morrisson, will fly off to Europe this summer for a visit to seven different countries with performances in five of them.

"We're going to have a great cultural experience," says Alexa Burleigh.

Gettin' Dirty, Goin' Green

Students might be out for the summer, but if they drive by Washington Street Elementary at all, they'll see the fruits of their labor bright and beautiful.