Osan MS

Get Involved

The most significant predictor of a student’s success in school and preparation for a life of success and happiness is parental involvement. Parents who are actively engaged in the educational process are partners with teachers in ensuring that their child is receiving a good education. The administration and faculty of Humphreys High School encourage parents to become involved in the life of the school through attending all parent-teacher conferences, supervising homework assignments and study time, visiting classrooms, or volunteering for any number of school-parent organizations.

The School Advisory Committee (SAC)

The SAC reviews and advises the principal on school policy and program issues raised by community members. It is comprised of an equal number of parents and educators. The number of members is determined by the school population

Visitors

All visitors are required to check into the main office before entering the school and must sign out on their departure. Although guests are welcome, former OMS students or high school students are not allowed to visit. If a student would like to invite a visiting relative or local host nation friend to visit, the following steps must be taken:

  1. A letter written by the student’s parent or guardian must be presented to the principal at least two days before intended visit.
  2. The letter must be signed by all of the requesting student’s classroom teachers.
  3. On the day of the visit, the parent should bring the student and the visitor to the main office to obtain a visitor’s pass.

The student and the sponsor are both responsible for the visitor, who will be required to follow all school rules. Parents are always welcome to visit the school. These visits should be planned with the teacher or administration prior to the scheduled day.

Volunteers

Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) at Osan Middle School supports school programs and activities by raising funds and providing services not provided by the DoDDS system.

In accordance with DoD Instruction 1402.5, background checks on school volunteers are required to be initiated by schools to verify that the volunteers are of good character, mentally stable, and free of criminal history and substance abuse. Forms to apply for the record checks are available at the school office.