Ozark Elementary Schools & Tiger Paw Early Childhood

To provide high-quality education for each student’s future-readiness

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  •  South 3rd Graders Explore Careers through Live Wax Museum

    South 3rd Graders Explore Careers through Live Wax Museum

    What kind of problem do you want to solve when you grow up? That’s what South third graders explored as they learned about different careers and considered what they wanted to be as an adult.

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  •  Tiger Paw Project Receives 2022 Design Team of the Year Award

    Tiger Paw Project Receives 2022 Design Team of the Year Award

    Ozark School District’s Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center received the 2022 Design Team of the Year award from the Springfield Contractors Association during the 38th annual Salute to Design and Construction Awards banquet on Nov. 10. 

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  •  Honoring Veterans

    Honoring Veterans

    Students across Ozark School District are celebrating Veterans Day by honoring veterans in various ways throughout the week.

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  •  Century-Old Photo Recreated at Tiger Paw

    Century-Old Photo Recreated at Tiger Paw

    One hundred years ago, more than 200 Ozark School District students and staff stood in front of the newly-constructed school building just east of the downtown square and posed for a photo. On Oct. 26, 2022, an entire century later, Ozark’s littlest learners, along with staff, administrators and Board of Education members, did the exact same thing, commemorating and celebrating the renovation of the historic structure that now serves as Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center. 

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  •  OHS Football Players Mentor, Inspire Elementary Students through Adopt-A-Tiger Program

    OHS Football Players Mentor, Inspire Elementary Students through Adopt-A-Tiger Program

    OHS football players are teaming up with Ozark elementary teachers to visit the classroom and interact with students. Typically the players read a book, follow up with a project or play a team building game in the classroom. And, sometimes they even go outside and throw the football around.

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