• Opiod Use Disorders and Medicated-Assistance Treatment

    Opioid addiction is hitting rural communities in Missouri hard. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently released a county-by-county study that depicts the numbers of opioid users. The counties most impacted are rural areas in the northern part of the state, the southeast corner and a large part of....

  • Practice Safety in School Zones

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over the past 10 years, 44 children and teens in the U.S. were killed in school zones traveling to or from school. School zones are put in place to ensure the safety of children in and around schools. All children should be able to walk or ....

  • Fair Safety Tips

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission states more than 4,000 children are hurt on amusement rides annually in the United States. The recorded injuries ranged from head and neck problems to injuries to the face, arms and legs. Soft tissue injuries -- damage to ligaments, muscles and tendons -- were most ....

  • Dr Katherine Snodgrass

    Dr. Snodgrass, a recent graduate from University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Dentistry, is excited to begin practicing in Buckner. A graduate of Blue Springs South High School, she went on to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of Missouri- Columbia before pursuing her Doctor....

  • Fort Osage Release: New Director of Facilities Named

    Dr. Jason Snodgrass, Superintendent of Schools, is pleased to announce that Branden Tucker will be the next Director of Facilities pending board approval.  Tucker will begin his duties August 30, 2017.   
     
    “As a resident of the Fort Osage School District I am exci....

  • Fort Osage Homecoming

    Students self-nominate and must meet eligibility requirements.  Then, each class votes for its own royalty.  The 9th, 10th, and 11th grades choose a prince and princess; 12th grade chooses six queen and six king candidates.
     
    On the Friday of Homecoming Week, the entire stude....

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Dr Katherine Snodgrass

Dr. Snodgrass, a recent graduate from University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Dentistry, is excited to begin practicing in Buckner. A graduate of Blue Springs South High School, she went on to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Univ....

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