Special Meetings!

The McCune Osage Township Library has 2 upcoming special meetings.

June 4th at 11:00am in the Frank D Dunnick Hall, a Quick Meeting to Approve the Budget so it can go before the County.

June 7th at 6:00pm in the Frank D Dunnick Hall. Meeting between the Osage Township Board and Library Board concerning Library Finances in Review.

Both of these Meetings are Open to the Public. If you have any questions give us a call at 620-632-4112.


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Special Meeting

The McCune Osage Township Library has called a special meeting with the Osage Township Board on May 7th, 2019 at 6:00pm in the Frank D. Dunnick Hall of the library to discuss Library accounts and funds. This is an open meeting and the community is encouraged to attend if they have any questions, concerns, or are just curious.


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GARRET PLATT, HORIZON AWARD WINNER !

Special to Neighborhood News – January 8, 2019. The Topeka Capital-Journal

Four Topeka-Area Teachers Receive Horizon Awards for First-Year Educators by Linda Ditch.

   Garret Platt  was one of thirty-two winners of the Horizon Award in the State of  Kansas. The Horizon Award recognizes first-year teachers whose performance sets them apart from their peers. Seaman Middle School teacher Garret Platt teaches introduction to Industrial Technology, Project Lead the Way Automation and Robotics, as well as an enrichment class in Viking Store Productions.

   “Mr. Platt creates learning connections with students through his classroom projects,” said Danira Fernandez-Flores, director of secondary education. “For instance, students are able to see the importance of mathematics as they determine the quantities of materials needed for their projects.” Seaman Middle School Principal Annie Diederich said Platt’s colleagues say he does a wonderful job using his ability to relate to and build relationships with students to motivate and inspire them both academically and socially. “Garret is a reflective teacher with a ‘can-do’ philosophy,” Diederich said.


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