• Contract Extended for Superintendent Dr. Bauman

    At the Jan. 16 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 2022-23 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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  • 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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  • 2020-2021 Calendar Finalized

    The calendar for the 2020-2021 school year is finalized, and we want to take this opportunity to explain some big changes. Our first day of school is Aug. 24.

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  • Tiger Tones: North, South Honor Choirs Combine to Perfect Harmony

    Ozark Elementary Tiger Tones is a combined elementary honor choir for fourth- and fifth-grade students at South and North elementary schools. The 70 students chosen must audition and then commit to weekly after-school practices. Debuting in the 2018-19 school year, Harmon and South Elementary music teacher Lauren Wilkins said combining the two choirs was a great decision.

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  • Ozark Schools Receive New York Life Foundation Grant to Support Grieving Students

    Ozark School District has been designated a �Grief-Sensitive School� by the New York Life Foundation, receiving a $500 grant for each of its seven K-12 school buildings.

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  • Dad Surprises 3rd Grade Son After 18-Month Deployment

    Ozark third grader Zane Fitzpatrick knew he was going to get to see his dad soon, but Jan. 8 was 12 days too soon. So, when his dad walked into the room at West Elementary, Zane was a bit confused.

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  • OMS KITES Students Win Regional Stock Market Game

    Ozark Middle School sixth grade KITES students Michael Pulliam and Dennis Nelson are the first place regional winners of the fall season middle school division of the Stock Market Game.

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  • OHS Marketing Students Spread Holiday Cheer

    Ozark High School marketing and DECA students partnered with Least of These to adopt two brothers for Christmas.

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  • JROTC Rifle Team Nabs 2nd, 7th in Alabama

    The Ozark JROTC Rifle Team competed in the Gary Anderson 2019 Invitational in Alabama Dec. 7.

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  • OHS Musicians Named to All-State Band

    Three Ozark High School Tiger Pride Band students are now a part of the Missouri All-State Band. After a long day of blind auditions Dec. 7 in Columbia, Mason Waltke made the Missouri All-State Orchestra Winds & Percussion on bassoon; Brady Perkins made the Missouri All-State Band; and Brett Meyer made Missouri All-State Band Honorable Mention on trombone.

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  • Ozark School Receives Clean Audit Report, Again

    At the Nov. 21 Board of Education meeting, Andy Marmouget with KPM CPAs & Advisors presented the audit for the fiscal year that ended June 20, 2019, saying that the District ended the year with a healthy fund balance of approximately 30 percent.

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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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  • Ozark Communication Director to Serve on MOSPRA Board

    Casey Owens, director of communications for the Ozark School District, will begin her term as a board member of the Missouri School Public Relations Association (MOSPRA), July 1, 2020.

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  • OHS Inducts 115 New Members Into NHS

    Ozark High School has set a new record for the number of students in National Honor Society after inducting 115 new members Oct. 29, making the school's chapter total 204.

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  • 7th, 8th Graders Perform in Junior High District Honor Band

    Congratulations to the Ozark Middle School seventh graders and Ozark Junior High eighth graders who participated in the Junior High District Honor Band Nov. 9 in Lebanon.

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  • OJH Inducts 43 Members into NJHS

    Ozark Junior High School inducted 43 new members into the National Junior Honor Society Nov. 7.

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  • Innovation Center Programs

    Ozark School District has selected the programs to be moved to the Innovation Center. Keep in mind, this is a fluid process and we may need to make adjustments as we progress. The goal is to move 400+ students from the high school to accommodate a return to the 9-12th grade configuration.

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  • District Band 2019

    Congratulations to all the students who auditioned for 2019 District Honor Band, Concert Band and Jazz Band!

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  • JROTC Raider Teams Place in Top 10 at National Competition

    After two days of competing against dozens of teams across the country, the Ozark JROTC Raider mixed team and male team are both ranked in the top 10 for the nation.

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  • Ozark Nabs 2nd in Hack4Good Competition

    Three Ozark High School teams competed in the third annual Hack4Good coding competition Nov. 1 at the eFactory in Springfield, with one team taking second place.

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