Thank You, Ozark!

  • Thank you!

    Thank you for taking the time to vote April 5. Our $19 Million No Tax Increase Bond Issue & Levy Transfer passed. Your vote made a difference and will help make our schools safer while accommodating growth. The support of our community is one of our greatest assets.

2022 No Tax Increase Bond Issue & Levy Transfer

  • Ozark voters will see two questions from Ozark School District on the April 2022 ballot — a $19 million no tax increase bond issue to construct three storm shelters, and a 10 cent no tax increase levy transfer to help offset rising operating costs. 

    Safety continues to be a top priority for Ozark School District and the families of Ozark,” Superintendent Dr. Chris Bauman said. “The two questions on the ballot will not only address safety but help us accommodate our continued growth.”

    The decision to place the questions on the April ballot comes after completing a demographic study and collecting feedback from the community during a series of Long Range Planning Committee meetings this fall. The Ozark community has continually ranked safety as a top concern. 

    “We have appreciated the enthusiastic and comprehensive involvement of the community in working with us on this plan,” Board President Tom Bass said. “The community has supported the need for continuing safety measures, and we have also taken into consideration increased growth within the District. In this plan, we address safety as well as future growth for the community and the school district. All of this will be accomplished without asking our community for a tax increase.” 

    See the full release here. 

Question 1: $19 Million No Tax Increase Bond Issue

  • Tiger Paw Storm Shelter
  • Middle School Storm Shelter
  • High School Storm Shelter

Question 2: 10 Cent No Tax Increase Levy Transfer

  • Tax Levy Transfer
  • Tax Rate Remains $4.14

Bond Updates


  • Paid for by Ozark School District. This information is being provided to you by the Ozark School District so you can learn more about the proposed no tax increase bond issue. Regardless of whether you support the bond issue or not, we encourage you to vote.