Osage School

Inspire, Engage, Innovate

  • Voorhees Township Public Schools 2023 - 2024 District Theme

    Building Pathways to Success:  Empowering Students Through Positive Connections



  • Important Dates

    August 30th:
    Kindergarten Orientation

    9:30 AM

    September 7th: First day for Students

    Full Day of School

    September 15th: Early Dismissal

    September 19th: Back to School Night

    6:00 Kindergarten and Grade 1

    7:00 Grades 2 & 3

    8:00 Grades 4 & 5

    September 20th: OPF Pretzel Sale

    September 21st: School Pictures

    September 22nd: District Dress Down: Wear Yellow or Gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness 

    September 22nd: Welcome Back Social

    5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    September 25th: School Closed

    September 27th: Board of Education Meeting

    7:00 PM at the Administration Building

    September 29th: OPF Pajama Day

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  •  School Anti-Bullying Specialist:
    Osage School
     Mrs. Maura Abate

    856-428-2990, Ext. 4172
    112 Somerdale Road, Voorhees, NJ 08043

    District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
    Susan Donnelly

     Supervisor of Special Projects
    Affirmative Action Officer

    329 Route 73, Voorhees, NJ 08043

    856-751-8446, Ext. 6117

    The Voorhees Township Public School district promotes respect and caring throughout our schools. We strive to maintain a safe and positive school climate so that all children have the opportunity to learn and succeed.
    Click here for information about the district's
     NJDOE’s State School Climate Coordinator hib@doe.nj.gov  
    District & School Grades Determined under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act
    Each school in the district was required by the State of New Jersey to complete a self assessment that grades the school on the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights.  The school grade is a raw score of data and the maximum score for a school is 78 points. The district grade is an average of the total scores of all school in the district. In order to foster safe and positive learning conditions for students, this data, along with feedback from School and District Safety Teams, is used as part of an integrated process for reinforcing and strengthening our school and district climate and culture through prevention and intervention efforts targeted toward harassment, intimidation and bullying (HIB).