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  • Inclement Weather Procedures

    In case we need to use late start or early release procedures, we want you to be informed of the process. There are many factors to include and consider. Student and faculty safety is the primary concern in making the call for cancellation versus late start or early release.

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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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  • OHS Raider Team Places 13th at National Competition

    On Nov. 3, the Ozark High School Army JROTC Raider Team attended the national Raider competition at Lawhorn Scouting Base in Molena, Georgia. Raider competitions are a team-based, military-themed, multi-event fitness competition.

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  • Regional Educators Learn from Each Other During Annual STAR Summit

    We may be rivals on the field and court, but in the classroom we are all on the same team. More than 2,000 educators from Nixa, Ozark, Republic, Willard and regional school districts learned from each other Nov. 6 during the annual Shaping Teachers Across the Region (STAR) Summit.

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  • OHS Computer Science Students Nab 1st in Hack 4 Good Competition

    Seven Ozark High School students participated in the annual Hack 4 Good competition Nov. 2, and all came home with a medal.

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  • KITES Students Talk Real-World Water Problems with Kenya Residents

    “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.

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  • OJH Teacher Plans Digital Breakout to Engage Students

    In today’s world filled with technology at our fingertips, it can sometimes be difficult to find ways to engage students in an ancient poem — like Homer’s 8th century B.C. Greek poem, “The Odyssey.”

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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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