• Zack Owens Named Head Boys Soccer Coach

    The Ozark School District Board of Education voted to hire Zack Owens as the head boys soccer coach beginning the 2020-21 school year.

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  • Voters Approve Ozark School District’s $26.5 Million No Tax Increase Bond Issue

    Ozark School District is pleased to announce the passage of the $26.5 million no tax increase bond issue, Operation Renovate and Innovate, after the June 2 election. 62.14% of votes cast were in favor of the ballot initiative.

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  • OHS Students Place in Virtual FBLA State Contest

    Six Ozark High School students placed in the top 10 — including one state championship — in the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference, which was held virtually.

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  • Summer Workout Program for Athletes

    With the cancellation of Fit for Life, we have created a summer workout program with weights, speed and agility sessions for OMS, OJH and OHS athletes. [This schedule is three pages.]

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  • Erin McAninch Named Assistant Principal of Ozark High School

    The Ozark Board of Education voted to hire Dr. Erin McAninch as the Ozark High School assistant principal for the 2020-21 school year.

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  • Longtime Baseball Coach Announces Retirement

    The Ozark Board of Education accepted the retirement of longtime baseball coach Mike Essick on Tuesday, May 12. Essick joined Ozark School District as a teacher and coach in 1993. With an overall record of 465-223, Essick led the Tigers to state championships in 2004 and 2008; third in 2002; and fourth in 2011.

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  • OHS Students Recognized in COC Art Contest

    Ozark High School art students received 11 awards in the virtual COC Art Contest.

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  • Ozark School District COVID-19 Updates

    This will be our primary information resource regarding all COVID-19 operations. As updates are made, we will summarize those updates here with more detailed information on the relavant page, and will continue to send notifications as appropriate.

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  • 2 OHS Seniors Named to Missouri Scholars 100

    Ozark High School seniors Sarah Wheat and Riley Satterfield have been selected for the 2020 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri's top academic students in the graduating class of 2020.

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  • Ozark VIP Guard Helps Students Shine

    It’s called VIP Color Guard — and appropriately so. Because Theresa Walls, a paraprofessional at OHS, as well as the Color Guard and Winter Guard coach, wants everyone involved to feel like a very important person.

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  • OHS Teacher Named Missouri Conservation Educator of the Year

    The Conservation Federation of Missouri named Rebekah Jenkins, science teacher at Ozark High School, 2019 Missouri Conservation Educator of the Year at a March 6 awards ceremony in Jefferson City.

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  • Esports is Exploding in Ozark

    Students playing a video game in a classroom or auditorium may not seem like your traditional after-school activity. However, Esports is growing in popularity, and in many aspects, Ozark School District is leading the way.

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  • OHS Science Olympiad Team Takes 2nd at Regionals

    The Ozark High School Science Olympiad Team is preparing for state competition after winning second place at the Southwest Regional Tournament Feb. 22 at Missouri State University. Ozark placed in 19 of the 23 events, securing a trophy and 44 medals or ribbons.

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  • DECA State Bound, Sets New School Record

    Ozark High School set a new record this year for the number of DECA students who qualify for state competition. Out of the 94 Ozark students who competed at the District Career Development Conference Feb. 20 in Springfield, 30 students are now sharpening their skills and preparing for state.

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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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  • Karen & Dennis Miller Award for Secondary Teacher of the Year

    The Finley River Community Foundation honored Ozark High School Teacher Betsey Rice with the 2020 Karen & Dennis Miller Award for Secondary Teacher of the Year.

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  • FBLA brings home 32 medals from District Leadership Conference

    Ozark FBLA participated in the District Leadership Conference Feb. 4 at Missouri State University where eight students were named district champions. Thirty-five Ozark High School students participated in the competition, bringing home 32 medals in 26 events.

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  • Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Inducts Ozark Cheer

    Ozark Cheer is among the 20 Class of 2020 inductees of the January Enshrinement presented by Killian Construction, which was held at the University Plaza Hotel & Convention Center in Springfield. It is the first cheer program in the state of Missouri to be inducted.

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  • Ozark JROTC Rifle Team Named State Champs

    The Ozark Air Rifle Team took three teams to the Missouri State Rifle Championship Jan. 17, bringing home a first, second and third place.

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  • OHS Participates in Poetry Out Loud

    Congratulations to Ozark's Poetry Out Loud school champion Hanna McConnell, runner-up Raegan Livers, and 12 classroom winners who competed in the annual poetry recitation contest.

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