OSSD will no longer be required to make up the day missed from Hurricane Ida.
The Ocean Springs School District has released their weekly COVID-19 report to the Mississippi Department of Health and community.
OSSD prepares to return on normal bell schedule on Tuesday, August 31st, following Hurricane Ida.
Ocean Springs School District has deemed it necessary to close school on Monday, August 30th, 2021. We will make this day up on Thursday, October 7th, 2021, our predetermined weather make up day.
OSSD Athetics is moving to electronic ticketing!
OSSD has released COVID-19 data for the week of 8/9-8/15.
Ocean Springs Upper Elementary’s Allison Peters is the newest recipient of the esteemed Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program Award. As a Fulbright recipient, Peters will share knowledge and foster meaningful connections across communities in the United States and abroad.
Mrs. Nell Driggers of Ocean Springs High School is this year's winner of the OSEF Niolon Teacher of the Year Award.
All OSSD students will eat free for the 2021 school year, as the USDA has granted a waiver that all students eat free under the Seamless Summer Option.
The Ocean Springs School District has released its 2021-2022 Return to School Plan. The Ocean Springs School District will return to school on August 4th, 2021 in a traditional format. We will continue to monitor local health guidelines from the Mississippi Department of Health and will update this plan accordingly. The safety of our students and staff members remains our top priority.
NOTICE: The start time for the July School Board Meeting has changed to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 13th. The meeting is open to the public and can be streamed live at https://osgreyhounds.live/.
Notice: OSSD will be closed to the public July 5-9, 2021. OSSD will reopen at 8 a.m. on July 12th, 2021.
Ocean Springs School District has released the dates of the two additional 60% days for next school year. These days are added to the academic calendar as an incentive for high-performing districts in the state of Mississippi.
Ocean Springs School District has launched the PowerUP Institute, a collection of educational summer camps designed to combat potential summer learning loss in students.
Returning student registration will open on June 19th for the final time.
Dr. Jennifer Necaise, Principal of Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School, has been accepted into the Mississippi School Boards Association Prospective Superintendent Leadership Academy, one of only 30 educators across the state!
OSSD is excited to partner with Singing River Health System to provide a TDAP Immunization site for our current 6th-grade students at Ocean Springs Upper Elementary.
Next year's Meet the Teacher events will be conducted in person! OSSD has released the dates and times for lower elementary.
The OSSD Board of Trustees has approved the recommendation of Mr. Jacob Dykes as the next principal of Pecan Park Elementary, effective July 1st.