• North Elementary Gets Little Free Library

    North Elementary School’s PTA recently donated, built and installed a Little Free Library — a book-sharing box set up in communities where people can exchange books for free. The Little Free Library is available to anyone, however, since it’s at an elementary school, donated books should be geared toward younger readers.

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  • District Continues to Receive Clean Audit Report

    Despite the uncertainty school districts are feeling due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ozark School District continued its more than decade-long tradition of receiving a clean audit report from an independent auditor.

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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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  • 57 Students Selected for District Honor, Concert, Jazz Bands

    Congratulations to the Ozark students who were selected for the District Honor, Concert and Jazz Bands. 2020 marks a record-breaking year for Ozark with 57 students earning honors.

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  • Bullseye: OHS Starts Competitive Archery Team

    While the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) has been a part of OHS curriculum for about 10 years, the 2020-21 school year marks the first year Ozark has had a competitive team.

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  • Two Ozark Administrators Recognized as Principals of the Year

    The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals named two Ozark administrators, Dr. Kim Fitzpatrick and Anna Thurman, as principals of the year for the Southwest Region on Dec. 7.

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  • JROTC Rifle Team Places 1st at Washington Rifle Classic

    The Ozark High School Army Junior ROTC Rifle Team traveled to Washington, Missouri, on Dec. 12, bringing back multiple first-place finishes at the Washington Missouri Rifle Classic.

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  • OJH Students Perform Play

    Ozark Junior High eighth and ninth graders recently performed the play "Dystopia! The Hungry Maze Game of Divergent Death!"

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  • OHS JROTC Places in Dec. 5 Drill, Rifle Competitions

    Dec. 5 was a busy and successful day for the Ozark High School Army Junior ROTC as the Drill Team hosted the Tiger Drill Classic and the Rifle Team competed in the Gary Anderson Invitational Rifle Meet in Anniston, Alabama.

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  • Fall Sports Highlights

    Ozark High School fall sports teams had successful seasons with many post-season awards.

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  • OHS Hosts Fall Theater Showcase

    The Advanced Acting class began working on a new project this year of writing, casting and directing their own original 10-minute plays. On Nov. 13-14, 15 of those original plays were performed in front of a live audience and lived streamed.

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  • Celebrating Veterans

    Students in Ozark School District celebrated Veterans Day in many different ways, including setting a White Table in honor of fallen veterans.

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  • Governor Changes Quarantine Guidelines for Schools

    Governor Mike Parson and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced that the state is making a change to quarantine guidelines for schools. Students will no longer be quarantined due to an exposure at school when masks have been used.

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  • Ozark Innovation Center - Virtual Tour

    It's been five months since voters approved the $26.5 million bond issue, which allows us to renovate the Ozark Innovation Center to become a second high school campus, and remodel the former District Office to expand Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center. Watch the video for a virtual tour through the Ozark Innovation Center to get an idea of what this innovative campus will look like.

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  • JROTC Rifle, Raider Teams Excel in Competitions

    Oct. 24 was a busy day for Ozark High School JROTC students, with the Rifle Team bringing home seven trophies and the Raider Team bringing home six trophies.

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  • OJH Art Teacher, Students Featured at MSU Art Exhibition

    For the second year in a row, Missouri State University chose Ozark Junior High Art Teacher Lindsey Johnson to have artwork displayed in the Annual Statewide Juried Art Exhibition for Secondary Teachers and Students.

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  • OHS Senior Recognized in National Merit Scholarship Program

    Ozark High School senior Morgan Taylor has been named a Commended Student in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.

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  • Ozark West Named 2020 National Blue Ribbon School

    Just one month after being named a Missouri Gold Star School, Ozark West Elementary added a national title to its resume — 2020 Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School.

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  • JROTC Hosts Annual Raider Fitness Crucible

    The Ozark JROTC program hosted its 5th Annual Raider Fitness Crucible Saturday, Sept. 12 where 29 teams from eight high schools competed against each other.

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  • Free Breakfast & Lunch

    The USDA extended its free-meal program into this school year. For Ozark, that means ALL students in EVERY building will not be charged for breakfast or lunch.

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