• OIC Ribbon Cutting Set Oct. 14

    Please join us for the official Ribbon Cutting to celebrate the completion of the Ozark Innovation Center. Ozark voters approved the $26.5 million no-tax-increase bond issue on the June 2, 2020, ballot as part of Operation Renovate & Innovate.

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  • OHS Academies Newsroom

    Keep up to date on the fun events and activities happening in our Ozark High School Academies in our Academies Newsroom.

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  • Raiders Place 1st, 11th, 15th in Sept. 17 Competition

    The Ozark JROTC Raider Team traveled to Leavenworth, Kansas, Sept. 17 to compete in the annual First in the Nation, Pioneer Raider Challenge, placing first, 11th and 15th.

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  • Ozark South Receives $30,000 Impact 100 Grant for Motor Lab

    Being in elementary school isn’t always easy, something Wendi Little, behavior interventionist at South Elementary, knows all too well. That’s one of many reasons why Little, along with South Elementary Principal Dr. Sandra Roy and Director of Student Services Dr. Kim Fitzpatrick, are so excited to receive a $30,000 grant from Impact 100 Ozark to create a motor lab.

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  • 24 OHS Students Place in All-District Honor Choir

    On Sept. 17, 31 Ozark High School students took part in the 2022 South Central Missouri All-District Honor Choir auditions at Kickapoo High School, and 24 of those students were selected.

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  • Tiger Paw Ribbon Cutting Celebrates 100-Year History

    On Sept. 15, 2022, 100 years after the building was constructed, Ozark School District, along with members of the Ozark community and Chamber of Commerce, cut the official ribbon to Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center, celebrating the renovation of the historic structure and expansion of the early childhood program.

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  • Ozark Cosmopolitan Club Donates to Operation Half Pint

    Ozark School District is thankful to be a part of such a supportive community! The Ozark Cosmopolitan Club donated $500 to Ozark School District's Operation Half Pint.

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  • Students Learn about Patriot Day

    Students across the District did various activities in honor and remembrance of Patriot Day.

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  • Brownfield, Link Named Principals of the Year

    The Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals named two Ozark administrators, Dr. Jeremy Brownfield and Dr. Philip Link, as principals of the year for the Southwest Region for 2022.

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

    Walking into the science classroom at South Elementary, you never know what you’ll see. Students may be examining seashells with a magnifying glass, or dissecting owl pellets, or building a contraption to keep an egg safe when traveling down a ramp. Whatever students are doing, it’s fun and engaging, and science teacher Leslie Thomas hopes the $5,000 grant she received through Project Lead the Way will give her students even more hands-on experience.

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  • OHS Students Participate in National STAR Event in California

    This summer, three Ozark High School students competed at the National FCCLA STAR Event in San Diego, California, ranking in the top 15 in the nation for their events.

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  • Missouri Chamber Visits OIC

    The fall 2022 Leadership Missouri class of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce visited the Ozark Innovation Center of Ozark High School Aug. 25. These 35 leaders from across the state of Missouri are getting a hands-on learning experience around the state this week, touring and visiting southwest Missouri.

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  • And the OZcar Goes to ...

    Ozark School District held its Second Annual OZcar Awards ceremony Aug. 15, kicking off the 2022-23 school year with a districtwide meeting. Five district winners received awards, along with a community member for Volunteer of the Year.

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  • Ozark School Foundation Awards Nearly $7,000 in Grants

    Congratulations to six Ozark School District employees for receiving Ozark School District Foundation Fund grants totaling $6,907.

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  • Ozark Teachers Receive MRTF Classroom Grants

    Congratulations to Ozark teachers Lindsay Ash, Albert Bryant and Michelle Giles for each receiving a Classroom Grant from the Missouri Retired Teachers Foundation. 

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  • Activity Passes

    Activity passes are available for purchase and will get you into all 7th-12th grade home athletic events (except MSHSAA postseason events) for the 2022-23 school year.

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  • School Staff Participate in Multi-Agency Active Shooter Training

    More than 100 Ozark School District employees participated in a public safety active shooter training on July 27 at Ozark West Elementary.

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  • News Archive

    Student and staff highlights, awards, events and so much more — find past Ozark School District articles here. 

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