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  • Long Range Planning Task Force

    The Long Range Planning Task Force will consist of school staff, community leaders, business leaders, parents and patrons of Ozark School District. Our task is to evaluate and update our current long range plan in an effort to plan for the next 10 years of Ozark School District. As you know, we have been growing steadily, and anticipate this growth rate to continue. It is our goal to plan for and manage this growth in a timely and fiscally-responsible manner.

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  • Impact 100 Awards $10,000 Grant to Tiger Paw

    Money used to purchase vision, hearing screening devices for better early intervention.

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  • Dream Big, Do Good: Ozark Teacher Wins $1,000

    The sign in Tori McBain’s office says “Everyone smiles in the same language.” And the smiles on her and the faces of her students say it all. Silver Dollar City recently notified McBain, an English-language learner teacher at Ozark South and West elementary schools, that she won $1,000 in the Dream Big, Do Good campaign.

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  • COC Girls All Sports Champion Award

    Congratulations to the Ozark Lady Tiger teams for winning the COC Girls All Sports Champion award for the 2017-18 school year. Pictured are coaches Adeana Brewer, Chris Shull, Greg Hannah, Jared Cristy, David Brewer, Daniel Mullis, and Jimmy Nimmo.

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  • A Historic Economics Lesson

    What do the following businesses have in common: Strawberry farming and shipping, cheese factory, garment manufacturing factory, lead and zinc mines, tobacco factory, and coinage of silver dollars? They are all past businesses of the Ozark area. Ozark Junior High and High School students in Michelle Lindsey’s Introduction to Business class recently learned about this and so much more, thanks to OHS graduate and local historian Dr. Elise Crain. Over the course of two days, Crain talked to four different business classes about the history of Ozark and how it impacts economic development.

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  • Springfield AT&T Pioneer Club Donates to Operation Half Pint

    At the September luncheon, Springfield AT&T Pioneer Club President Ann Woods presents a $100 check to Shane Strahl, with Operation Half Pint and senior vice president of Ozark Bank, to benefit Operation Half Pint.

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  • Ozark Schools, CC Links Partner to Offer Family Workshop Series

    As the old adage goes, it takes a village to raise a child. Now, thanks to a partnership between CC Links and Ozark School District, parents have even more support in that village. This school year, CC Links and the School District are partnering to present a series of seven family workshops covering common behavioral struggles.

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  • Ozark School Staff Participates in Behavioral Risk Assessment Training

    Ozark School District is continuing its focus on mental health awareness as eight District employees participated in a Behavioral Risk Assessment training Aug. 24.

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  • What is Your Biggest Hope for the School Year?

    A new school year has started. Find out what these Ozark students hope to accomplish this year.

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  • ‘Your Body can’t go Where your Brain has Never Been’

    Active shooter training helps Ozark School District prepare.

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