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Dear Odyssey Parents and Guardians,

This week we had the privilege of watching Bode, Marley, and Bennett compete in the Martin Luther King Jr. Speech Contest.  Congratulations to Bode who placed 2nd in the 5-6 grade category!  Thank you for representing Odyssey Elementary so well!  We are grateful to be a part of Odyssey Elementary where we have the opportunity to work with wonderful students, teachers, staff, and parents.  We have the best community of people who support and uplift our school.  Thank you!  We wish you a very happy Thanksgiving holiday.

Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Jacobsen

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  • December 2 - 6, the Elf Shelf will be available for your students to shop at during their PE prep time. Information and money envelopes will be coming home the first of next week. Students will be able to purchase items for their loved ones during their PE prep time and on Friday, December 6 right after school.  It is helpful that students in kindergarten through second grade have their items listed on the envelope with how much money for each person. There will be adult shopping helpers to assist the children with picking out the gifts and spending their money wisely.

Upcoming dates to mark on your calendar:

  • November 27, 28, and 29:  No School
  • December 16 - 20: Canned Food Drive
  • December 17: Christmas Concert at Woods Cross High School
    • Doors open at 5:30 pm, Students must be there by 5:45 pm, Concert begins at 6:00 pm.  More details will be sent home soon.


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Passion Groups

Odyssey Elementary is excited to offer a new opportunity of “Passion Groups.” Our hope is to improve student skills, enjoy talents and have fun! No need to register, passion groups are open to everyone.

Here's a list of our current Passion Groups:

  • Running Club
  • Reading Groups
  • Tech Group
  • Storytelling Club
  • Friendship Club

Click here for more information about each of these groups.

What would you like to get involved in? Come and join us!

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Odyssey is a LEED Gold Building.  What does that mean?

LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, and is administered by a non-profit organization, the US Green Building Council. LEED buildings earn points in the following categories:

Sustainable Site
Water Efficiency
Energy and Atmosphere
Materials and Resources
Indoor Environment Quality
Innovation in Design and Regional Priority

Our building was built to be energy efficient, and students do their part to protect their environment.

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