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Academies at Work Culinary students

Ozark Academies steps out of the classroom! Ozark School District is proud to announce the launch of its Registered Youth Apprenticeship program: Academies at Work. The program is an extension of Ozark’s Academy Program where students will get hands-on experience in their chosen career pathway while earning school credit and getting paid for their work. 

OHS interior design students with north teachers in newly designed space

Ozark High School students in the Design & Fashion (Interior Design) Pathway didn’t have to look far to get a real-word designing experience this school year. When Dr. Keisha Wurgler, a literacy coach at North Elementary, was talking about getting a grant to redesign a workspace at the school, OHS interior design teacher Lexy McNew knew her students would be up for the challenge. 

FFA Students Win Big at Area Competition

On Feb. 8, Ozark FFA students competed against 22 area schools at an event that highlights a requirement of their agriculture education: Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Projects. Six students' projects won Area Proficiency Awards, which qualified them to compete at the state competition in April, and 14 other students placed in the top three of their category.