• Ozark Rifle Team Collects State Championship Honors

    The Ozark JROTC Battalion Rifle Team earned a clean sweep of the championship trophies at the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) State Championship on Jan. 15.

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  • Contract Extended for Superintendent Dr. Chris Bauman

    At the Jan. 20 Ozark Board of Education meeting, the board unanimously approved a three-year contract for Superintendent Dr. Chris Bauman. Bauman will continue to lead Ozark through the 2024-25 school year. Three years is the longest contract a school board may offer a superintendent under Missouri law. This represents a vote of confidence in Bauman’s leadership.

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  • KITES ‘Chair’-ities Unit Teaches Philanthropy

    One chair is painted red, white and blue like a flag. Another chair has a stream flowing through it. And yet another chair is brightly covered with the words “Care for others.” These creative chairs came from the imaginations of Ozark Elementary KITES students, and they all represent different area charities.

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  • Surplus Property

    Check out the technology items we have available for surplus. Bids close at 3 p.m. Jan. 26.

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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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  • Eight OHS Cheerleaders Receive All-State Honors

    The Ozark High School varsity cheer team collected a total of 10 All-State awards with eight cheerleaders earning All-State recognition as the Tigers competed at the MCCA State Championship in Cape Girardeau on Dec. 11.

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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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  • Sertoma Club Donates $1,000 to Operation Half Pint

    Thank you to the CCCC Sertoma Club for donating $1,000 to Ozark School District's Operation Half Pint.

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  • Five OHS Band Students Earn All-State Honors

    Congratulations to our OHS students who auditioned and were chosen for All-State Band on Dec. 4. They will represent Ozark at the All-State performance, which will be held during the Missouri Music Educators Association conference in January.

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  • JROTC Competes at Gary Anderson Rifle Meet, Hosts Tiger Drill Classic

    Ozark JROTC competed in a pair of events on a busy Saturday Dec. 4 with the Drill team playing host to the Tiger Drill Classic and the Rifle team traveling to Anniston, Alabama for the Gary Anderson Rifle meet.

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  • Local Organizations Give to Care to Learn

    Each week, Care to Learn Ozark packs backpacks to send home with more than 200 students — something made possible with help from the generous Ozark community. Recently, CCCC Sertoma Club and Ozark Rotary Club donated a total of nearly $18,500 to Care to Learn, which meets the immediate health, hunger and hygiene needs of students.

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  • 2021 Fall Sports Highlights

    Ozark High School fall sports teams had successful 2021 seasons with many postseason awards and honors.

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  • OHS Trio Earns National FCCLA Honors

    Three Ozark High School students received national recognition for their skills in Family and Consumer Sciences as they competed in FCCLA’s 2021 National Fall Conference Skill Demonstration Event.

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  • Eagles Donate to Operation Half Pint

    Thank you to the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie for donating $500 to Operation Half Pint. Operation Half Pint allows students to have an extra milk or snack milk even when they don't have the money on their school account to pay for it.

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  • OHS Art Students Brighten Downtown Square with Holiday Window Decor

    Ozark High School’s Painting and Drawing students put their creative skills on full display in downtown Ozark. On Nov. 15, students spent the day painting holiday-themed designs on the windows for the courthouse and seven businesses in the downtown square.

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  • OMS, OJH Students Participate in Junior High District Honor Band

    Congratulations to the Ozark School District seventh and eighth graders who participated in the Junior High District Honor Band Nov. 13.

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  • OHS Students' Artwork Selected for 'Best of the Midwest' Exhibition

    Seven Ozark High School art students were honored recently by having their artwork selected for Drury University’s Sixth Annual Best of the Midwest High School Competitive Exhibition.

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  • OHS Places Three in All-State Choir

    The Ozark High School choir program featured 30 students who performed with the South Central All-District Honor Choir on Nov. 6. Additionally, auditions were held for All-State Choir, and three OHS students were selected. Congratulations to Ilya Kozlov, Hanna McConnell and Kaitlyn Wilson.

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