Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem-solving program involving students from kindergarten through college. Team members work together to creatively solve a predefined problem and present their solution to the problem at a Regional Competition. Last year, we had several teams participate at the Regional Competition and one team continue on to compete at the State level.
Want to get involved or learn more? Join us on Wednesday, September 30th at 5pm in the TOES Media Center. All grades are invited to participate this year. Each team will be composed of five to seven students and one to two coaches (must be a Pasco County approved volunteer). Team selection and problem distribution will be determined after all student/parent interest is measured.
I look forward to seeing you there,
The Digital Citizenship/Information Literacy (DCIL) Canvas course is designed to provide parents, educators, students, and community members resources and information to support positive participation in today's digital world. Digital citizenship refers to the new codes of conduct we all must adopt to be safe, responsible, and respectful participants in today’s digitally connected culture. The course provides re-teaching modules for the Student Code of Conduct, Digital Toolkits for Parents and Schools, among many more resources for schools and families. To access, click on the image above!
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Welcome to Trinity Oaks! Our students have created a short movie to introduce you to a day in the life of our Kindergarten students.