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  • Rachel Tabuya Named West Elementary Assistant Principal

    The Ozark Board of Education voted to hire Rachel Tabuya as the West Elementary assistant principal

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  • Summer School

    Registration is now open for Summer School! Take a Summer School EDventure with us June 3-28!

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  • Summer Athletic Camps

    Spring and summer sports and activity camp information and registration is now available.

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  • Kindergarten Screening Registration Open

    Kindergarten screening is open to any child in Ozark School District who will be 5 years old on or before July 31, 2019. For more information on kindergarten screening or kindergarten readiness, visit www.ozarktigers.org/kindergarten.

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  • Board of Education Approves Long Range Plan to Accommodate Growth

    The Ozark Board of Education, at the March 21 monthly meeting, unanimously approved a Long Range Plan that will allow the District to expand its current Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs at the high school while also offering some much-needed space at other buildings, including an expansion of Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center.

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  • Tiger Drill Team Brings Home National Trophies

    It wasn’t easy, but the 40 members of the Ozark JROTC Battalion Drill Team agree it was worth it. The team placed in the top 10 in all of their events at the U.S. Army Drill National Competition March 30 in Richmond, Virginia, bringing home a second-place overall finish for Armed and a ninth-place overall finish for Unarmed.

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  • Made With Love

    Did you know that in Haiti, many mothers don’t have diapers for their babies? Ozark High School FCCLA students were heartbroken when they learned that fact, so they decided to take action, staying after school to sew cloth diapers.

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  • Ozark DECA Students Qualify for International Conference

    On March 24-26, 27 Ozark High School students competed at the DECA State Career Development Conference in Kansas City and 14 students placed in their events to qualify for the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida, in April.

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  • Two OHS Seniors Receive Honorable Mention for Missouri Scholars 100

    The Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals awarded Ozark High School seniors Caroline Taylor and Kaitlyn Short honorable mention for the 2019 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in the graduating class.

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  • Anna Thurman Named East Elementary Principal

    Anna Thurman has been the assistant principal at South Elementary since 2013. Thurman began teaching in 2001 and has taught multiple grade levels. She joined Ozark School District in 2007 teaching fourth grade before moving to elementary science in 2010.

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