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Red Friday
Red Friday

Are you proud to be a Tiger? It doesn’t matter if you graduated from Ozark High School or not, you are currently a part of the Ozark community and we want you to show your Ozark Tiger pride! That’s why Ozark School District, in partnership with the Ozark Chamber and City of Ozark, is kicking off our Red Friday Ozark campaign. Join us in wearing red!  #RedFridayOzark

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Summer School
Summer School

Join us for a Summer School EDventure June 4 - 25. Check out all the details and browse the course descriptions so you are ready when online registration opens March 25.
We’re excited to take a Summer School EDventure with you!

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South Elementary 2nd graders at Economics Restaurant
Connect with Us

Did you know all of our schools have their own Facebook and Instagram pages? There are so many cool things happening across our District everyday … and we can’t put all those photos on the District social media pages! Find out about specific events happening in your child’s school and get connected! 


School Resource Officer Hoerning reads to students.
Safety & Security

Did you know we have six School Resource Officers who are fully commissioned with the Christian County Sheriff's Office? Combined, our school police has more than 170 years of public safety service. Safety of our students and staff are their top priority.


Bond Update graphic
Bond Update

In spring 2023 we broke ground on three new storm shelters, thanks to voter approval of a $19 million no-tax-increase bond issue in April 2022. We held a ribbon cutting for the Ozark Middle School shelter this spring and are looking forward to upcoming ribbon cuttings for the Tiger Paw and Ozark High School shelters.


Board of Education 2024
Board of Education

The Ozark Board of Education is committed to the well-being of each staff member and student while supporting the mission and vision of the school district. School Board meetings are open to the public and are generally the third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Ozark Innovation Center.


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2 OHS students show off their medals from the Job Olympics

The Branson Job Olympics, held March 27, is designed to give students with disabilities the opportunity to practice job-related skills that will enhance their lifelong goal of being employed. Twelve school districts participated with nearly 200 students competing in areas including hospitality, culinary, child care, department store events, grocery industry, automotive detail and business events. 

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