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  • First Lady Parson Visits West 4th Graders

    June 13 was an exciting day for Ozark fourth graders in Rachel Hall’s Summer School class at Ozark West Elementary. Missouri First Lady Teresa Parson stopped by the classroom to talk to students about giving back and thank them for participating in her CommUNITY Service Challenge.

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  • 2nd Graders Bring History to Life

    Do you know how Ozark got its name? What about who designed the Ozark flag or what the colors in it represent? Do you know who the Baldknobbers are or where the monument is located?  These are all the types of things Ozark second graders learn each year in the spring through the local Ozark History Unit before taking a few steps back in time themselves for a field trip to Ozark’s downtown and various historical sites. 

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  • Dear Future Me: Ozark 5th Grade Teacher Reconnects with Graduating Seniors

    A group of Ozark High School seniors had a special treat this spring when they received a letter from, well, themselves. The letters were mailed by their fifth-grade teacher at North Elementary, Jill Widel.

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  • East 2nd Grade Restaurant Teaches Life Skills

    “People don’t believe that kids can run restaurants, but they actually can.” Those are the words of Ozark East Elementary second grader Cora White. And she’s right, kids can run a restaurant. Second graders at East Elementary proved it April 26 when they served lunch to family, friends and the community. This was the culmination of an economics unit where students learned about spending, savings and loans, restaurant management, and goods and services.

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  • Summer School 2022 - June 1-22

    Check out the course descriptions and register your child for Summer School 2022, which is June 1-22. Please note, Summer School isn't offered at every building because of our grade shifts for the 2022-23 school year and all of the moving that will be taking place at our schools over the summer.

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  • Ozark OHS, 4th Graders Become Pen Pals

    In today’s world of technology, pen pals may seem like a thing of the past. However, Ozark High School’s Child Development class and an East Elementary fourth grade class are bringing it back, forging friendships along the way. 

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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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  • South Second Graders Learn to Sign the Pledge of Allegiance

    “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America …” While we all know these words, would we know them if the sound were turned off and you could only see the sign language? South Elementary second-grade students in Dargan Phillips’ class would. That’s because student Lexi Merrick helped teach them how to sign.

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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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