“Why did you want to build a well?” “Are there poisonous animals that prevent children from going to school?” “What do the houses look like?” “What do you do for entertainment?” These are just a few of the questions Ozark elementary KITES students asked their special guests — Mathias George and Barbara Burgwin from Kenya, and Riley Snyder, a Branson resident who started the nonprofit organization Generation Next.
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.
Ozark School District is continuing its focus on mental health awareness as eight District employees participated in a Behavioral Risk Assessment training Aug. 24.
What do toilet paper rolls, string, drinking straws and wax paper have in common? They can all be used to create an instrument.
Director of Nutrition and Food Services Jo Haraldson said it’s often a struggle to offer students the foods they like and comply with nutrition standards. The taste testing events help introduce new foods and gain valuable feedback.
Ozark North Elementary... Where everyone fits in!Welcome to Ozark North Elementary______________________________________Student Dedicated Every DayStudent Driven in Every Way
· We believe every student should be prepared for success in the path they choose to pursue.
· We believe student achievement comes through both independence and collaboration.
· We believe in different methods of instruction because students learn in different ways.
· We believe every student, regardless of individual challenges, is able to learn in a safe and equitable learning environment.
· We believe all students serve a vital role in the growth and sustainability of our Ozark community.