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  • Tiger Tones: North, South Honor Choirs Combine to Perfect Harmony

    Ozark Elementary Tiger Tones is a combined elementary honor choir for fourth- and fifth-grade students at South and North elementary schools. The 70 students chosen must audition and then commit to weekly after-school practices. Debuting in the 2018-19 school year, Harmon and South Elementary music teacher Lauren Wilkins said combining the two choirs was a great decision.

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  • Dad Surprises 3rd Grade Son After 18-Month Deployment

    Ozark third grader Zane Fitzpatrick knew he was going to get to see his dad soon, but Jan. 8 was 12 days too soon. So, when his dad walked into the room at West Elementary, Zane was a bit confused.

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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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  • 5th Grader Qualifies for Regional Math Competition

    On Oct. 26, fifth grade KITES student Alan Shih competed in a local math competition at Southwest Baptist University, placing in multiple events.

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  • 2019 Annual Performance Report

    Each year the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education publishes an Annual Performance Report (APR) for all school districts. Ozark achieved an "exceeding" growth level in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics on the 2019 report.

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  • Ozark FFA Hosts Fall Fest for First Graders

    Ozark High School FFA students had some fun with first graders for the club's annual Fall Fest at the FFA Farm. Elementary students got the full farm experience through outdoor games, a petting zoo, a hayride, pumpkin decorating, face painting and even s'mores around a campfire -- all while learning about agriculture.

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  • North 5th Graders Raising Chickens

    Did you know it only takes 21 days for a fertilized chicken egg to hatch into a healthy chick? Fifth graders at North Elementary can tell you all about it. In fact, this week they're telling other students about the life cycle of chickens through various presentations.

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  • The Big Top Cafe: West 4th Graders Turn Geography Lesson into Fundraiser

    Fourth graders at Ozark West Elementary took a walk on the wild side while researching continents of the world and the wildlife that calls them home during their geography unit.

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  • North 5th Graders Learn about Hydroponic Systems

    Can plants grow without soil? If you’re not sure of the answer, talk to a North Elementary fifth grader. They can not only answer that question, but they can tell you exactly what a plant does need to grow, as well as how to build a hydroponic system at home.

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  • Seeking Community Feedback

    As we move forward in the planning stages of Operation Renovate & Innovate, we would like to ask for your help designing the new high school innovation center.

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