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  • Ozark Summer School Students on an EDventure

    Over the past few weeks, have you seen Ozark Zoology students at the Finley River exploring? Or maybe you saw OHS students in the Personal Finance class comparing prices at Cash Saver. Or you could have seen students in the Leadership Through Writing class talking to residents and cleaning the courtyard at the nursing home. That’s because Summer School is in full swing and offers students the opportunity to participate in unique, hands-on activities.

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  • Summer Athletic Camps

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

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  • Missouri Governor Visits West Elementary

    Missouri Governor Mike Parson visited students at West Elementary May 10. He stopped by a few classrooms before talking to students in an assembly about the importance of teachers and recognizing Teacher Appreciation Week.

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  • West 4th Grader Qualifies for National Math Competition

    Alan Shih, a fourth grade student at West Elementary, competed at the state math contest held May 4 by the Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Mathleague.org at Columbia College in Columbia.

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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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  • 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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  • MCTM Honors Ozark Math Coach

    It all added up for Ozark School District Elementary Math Coach Tracey Roussell Nov. 30, as the Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics named her Outstanding Missouri Math Coach of the Year at the fall conference.

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  • Ozark KITES Students Place at Math Contest

    Congratulations to the Ozark KITES students who participated in a math contest Nov. 17 in Branson.

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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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  • 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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