The 2018 state assessment scores and district Annual Performance Reports were released February 1, 2019. Ozark School District showed continual improvement with a total APR of 119.5 out of 120 points (99.6%). Despite the fact that this is the fourth set of new assessments in five years, the Ozark students performed well above state averages in all areas.
“The scorecard highlights our community’s values of high attendance, student readiness for college and careers, and high academic expectations,” said Assistant Superintendent of Learning Dr. Craig Carson. “The district is committed to continuous improvement for all students with a focus on equity and access for all.”