Ozark Elementary Schools & Tiger Paw Early Childhood

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  • Inclement Weather Procedures

    In case Ozark School District needs to cancel school, use late start procedures or early release procedures due to inclement weather, we want you to be informed of the process. Student and faculty safety is the primary concern in making the call for cancellation versus late start or early release.

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  • North CUB Gives Helping Hand

    Friendship, helping others and snacks — these are a few things North Elementary students say they like about CUB. “CUB is our Campus Union Board for third and fourth graders at North. There are two representatives elected from each third and fourth grade class at the beginning of the school year,” teacher Amanda Idell said. “We meet after school one time per month and focus on service projects throughout the year.”

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  • OHS Multimedia Class Partners with Elementary Schools to Produce Christmas Programs

    It’s always a good day if you get to leave school to watch a Christmas program. However, these high schoolers weren’t skipping school. They were working on a class project. Students in the Ozark High School multimedia class recently visited elementary schools to video the Christmas programs so parents could watch virtually.

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  • West’s McBain Named New Principal of the Year

    The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals named West Elementary Principal Dr. Gina McBain as Exemplary New Principal of the Year for the Southwest Region on Dec. 13.

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  • Ozark Students Win County Essay Contest

    In 100 years, Christian County students will know what it was like to be in school in 2021, thanks to Ozark students who participated Christian County’s essay contest, which asked students to answer the prompt, “What it’s like to be a student in 2021.” Winning essays were selected to be placed into the county time capsule. Winners included one East Elementary student and two North Elementary students.

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  • West 2nd Graders Learn about Cowboys Through Music

    What does ki-yi yippee yippee yay yippee yay, sourdough bread and branding all have in common? They are all elements West Elementary music teacher Michael Stine has incorporated into his Cowboy Unit for second graders.

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  • South 5th Grade Grows Hydroponic Garden

    South Elementary fifth graders are learning about hydroponics, and getting hands-on experience by growing their own beans in a hydroponic garden.

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  • Kelly Named Tiger Paw Assistant Director

    The Ozark Board of Education, at its Aug. 26 meeting, voted to hire Brianna Kelly as the Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center assistant director for the 2021-22 school year.

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  • Ozark Youth Group Paints Sensory Playground at East

    The Ozark United Methodist Church youth group designed and painted a sensory playground at East Elementary during an in-town mission trip this summer. 

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  • West Science Teacher Hopes to Inspire Students with $5,000 Grant

    Ozark West Elementary Science Teacher Angela Lurvey was excited to learn she received a $5,000 grant from John Deere through Project Lead the Way, and now she’s hoping the grant helps get students excited about science.

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