• 2019 Annual Performance Report

    Each year the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education publishes an Annual Performance Report (APR) for all school districts. Ozark achieved an "exceeding" growth level in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics on the 2019 report.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Ozark DECA Students Attend Fall Leadership Conference

    Ozark High School students attended the Missouri DECA Fall Leadership and State Officer Election Conference Oct. 13-14 where they joined over 600 other student delegates of the conference from around the state to select this year’s cabinet of Missouri DECA District Vice President Officers, which includes an Ozark student.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Ozark FFA Hosts Fall Fest for First Graders

    Ozark High School FFA students had some fun with first graders for the club’s annual Fall Fest at the FFA Farm. Elementary students got the full farm experience through outdoor games, a petting zoo, a hayride, pumpkin decorating, face painting and even s’mores around a campfire — all while learning about agriculture.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Ozark School District Special Education Department Excels in Review

    The Ozark School District special education department has a team of individuals called process coordinators who are responsible for tracking compliance with special education evaluations. Recently, the team received some good news from the Missouri Department of Education (DESE) noting Ozark School District is in compliance with all state and federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regulations.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • North 5th Graders Raising Chickens

    Did you know it only takes 21 days for a fertilized chicken egg to hatch into a healthy chick? Fifth graders at North Elementary can tell you all about it. In fact, this week they’re telling other students about the life cycle of chickens through various presentations.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • What Does it Mean to be Innovative?

    At the State of the Community Oct. 4, 2019, Superintendent Chris Bauman shared the innovation progress of the District.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • OHS Senior Semifinalist in National Merit Scholarship Program

    Ozark High School senior Riley Satterfield is a semifinalist in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program, while senior Josie Glenn is named a Commended Scholar.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Ozark JROTC Teams Excelling at National Level 

    When Ozark JROTC teams arrive at a competition, it often seems like everyone knows it. “When we walk into the school, you can hear, ‘Oh my gosh, that’s Ozark,’ because of our reputation,” said senior JROTC cadet Mackenzie Wilson.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • LEDs Saving District Money

    If you drive by Ozark High School at night, it may look a little brighter than in years past. That’s because on Aug. 27, the maintenance department retrofitted all the parking lot lights to LED.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • The Big Top Cafe: West 4th Graders Turn Geography Lesson into Fundraiser

    Fourth graders at Ozark West Elementary took a walk on the wild side while researching continents of the world and the wildlife that calls them home during their geography unit.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Operation Renovate & Innovate Moves Forward Over Summer

    Since the Board of Education approved the District's long-range plan in March, Operation Renovate & Innovate has been underway, with renovations at the middle school and Tiger Paw, as well as the purchase of a commercial facility. The District has also established eight areas of focus for the innovation center.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Girls COC All Sport Champs

    Congratulations to the 2018-19 athletes and coaches for being the Girls COC All Sport Champions.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • County Courts Focusing on Struggling Students in Diversion Court

    The Circuit Court of Christian County, 38th Judicial Circuit, will implement a new program this fall aimed to help students struggling in school and life who may be headed down a path with lifelong consequences. The program, called Christian County Diversion Court, is a collaborative effort with the Circuit Court, Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Juvenile Office and Ozark School District to provide additional support, interventions and accountability to families to help students be successful.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Ozark Middle School Summer Renovation

    Over the summer of 2019, Ozark Middle School saw many renovations and updates, thanks to a busy grounds, maintenance and custodial staff. The summer renovations were part of Phase One of the District’s long-range plan, known as Operation Renovate & Innovate.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Online Learning (MOCAP)

    Ozark School District strives to provide students with access to a wide array of learning opportunities in order to help them succeed in life after graduation. The District realizes children have unique learning styles, and we are here to adapt to your child’s needs.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • North 5th Graders Learn about Hydroponic Systems

    Can plants grow without soil? If you’re not sure of the answer, talk to a North Elementary fifth grader. They can not only answer that question, but they can tell you exactly what a plant does need to grow, as well as how to build a hydroponic system at home.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Seeking Community Feedback

    As we move forward in the planning stages of Operation Renovate & Innovate, we would like to ask for your help designing the new high school innovation center.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Drive for Attendance: Youngblood to Give Away Jeep Renegade to 1 Lucky Student

    The first day of school is always exciting. This year, however, Ozark High School students had a bit of extra excitement as a new Jeep Renegade drove into Tiger Stadium. "One of the keys to you being successful this year is to make sure you're here everyday," OHS Principal Jeremy Brownfield told students on the first day of school, Aug. 15. "You have to have good attendance."

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Ozark School District Purchases Facility as Part of Long Range Plan

    SLS Audio Products - Dolby Laboratories now has a new neighbor as Ozark School District closed on the purchase of the commercial property known as the Fasco building located at 1600 W. Jackson St. in Ozark on Tuesday, July 16, 2019. The $4.1 million purchase is part of Phase 1 of the District's Long Range Plan, which the Board of Education approved in March, and will serve as an extension of the main Ozark High School campus and a new location of District Office.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Nathaniel Gillespie Named Assistant Principal of Ozark High School

    The Ozark Board of Education voted to hire Nathaniel Gillespie as the Ozark High School assistant principal for the 2019-2020 school year during the Thursday, June 27 board meeting.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display