Ozark Junior High School

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  • Summer Athletic Camps

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

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  • FCCLA Students Headed to Nationals

    Ozark High School juniors Meagan Smith and Eliza McComas earned a gold rating at the Missouri FCCLA State Leadership Conference March 17-19 and will now represent the state in California this summer at the National FCCLA Conference.

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  • OJH Speech & Debate Place 2nd in Home Tourney

    Ozark Junior High hosted the Ozark Speech & Debate Tournament Feb. 23 with nine schools and more than 1,000 entries.

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  • FBLA Students Heading to State

    Ozark Junior High and High School students competed in a variety of events — ranging from objective tests, skills tests, and performance events — at the FBLA District Leadership Conference Feb. 5 at the Plaster Student Union on the Missouri State University campus.

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  • Travel Training Teaches Valuable Life Skills

    Ozark High School sophomore Noah Estes said he always looks forward to the travel training trips — partly because he gets to leave school for a field trip, but also because he knows he is learning valuable life skills.

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  • OJH Students Place 2nd at History Bowl

    About 30 Ozark Junior High School eighth and ninth graders competed in a History Bowl Dec. 6 in Morrisville.

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  • Acts of Random Kindness Club Surprises Staff with Thankfulgrams

    Ozark Junior High employees were surprised Nov. 19 with thankfulgrams — handwritten notes from students.

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  • Pride of Ozark Marching Band has Successful Season

    Ozark High School Pride of Ozark Marching Band had a successful fall season, placing in various competitions, hosting a competition and, of course, performing at the home football games.

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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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  • 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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