Ozark Tiger E-News

WEEKLY NEWS HIGHLIGHTING OUR STUDENTS & STAFF

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Christmas Card Art

Art teachers from each building select the photo to be used for that building's Christmas card for staff.
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West Elementary

Nolan White

Kindergarten

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All I want for Christmas ...

What do you want for Christmas? All these students at West Elementary want for Christmas is their two front teeth... and maybe a few other things!
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Polar Express

For the past 11 years, Mrs. Montgomery's Dad has read "The Polar Express" to first grade students at West Elementary. Students join together in the pod to listen then enjoy hot chocolate and candy canes after the story.
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O Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum

Fifth graders in Ms. Thomas’ science class at South Elementary used toothpicks and clay to make the tallest Christmas tree possible using the engineering design process. They first designed their trees on paper and then built, tested and measured their trees.

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Ozark Junior High and High School students in functional life skills class visited Battlefield Mall recently for travel training. Not sure what travel training is? Watch this video and read the article here.
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DEAR Day

Dec. 18 was DEAR Day in Mrs. Tacke’s class at East Elementary. DEAR stands for Drop Everything And Read. Fifth graders got comfy and read books in their pajamas.

All-a-Buzz for Coding

The OMS cafeteria was buzzing Wednesday afternoon with students showing off their personal computing devices and apps from Mr. Templeton's App Creators and Computer Science for Innovators and Makers classes.
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Learning about Author's craft

Dr. Carson visited second grade students at North Elementary for a lesson on author's craft, strategies authors use to help readers understand the story.

Students then practiced their own craft with a partner using strategies such as repetitive words, capitalization, ellipses, bold, rhyme and exclamation points!

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Santa Claus is coming ...

Ozark High School students got into the holiday spirit Dec. 18 with a Christmas assembly.

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Congratulations to Donna Moulder, Richard "Hutch" Hutchinson and Al Thomas on their retirement. They have a combined 61 years of experience at the Ozark Transportation Department. Thanks for your dedication to students. We wish you all the best!
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As we continue into winter, we will use our App to communicate any weather related changes/cancellations for our activities throughout the District.
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Elementary School Yearbooks

To purchase your elementary school yearbook, visit https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/Order/SelectJob