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OHS Library Welcome

The mission of the library program in Ozark School District is to nurture an interest in reading as well as provide students with the skills and resources to become independent critical readers, thinkers, and information users. The program is designed to support and enhance the Ozark School District curriculum in addition to promoting independent reading and life-long learning.


Amanda Smith

Ozark High School Librarian & Technology Coach


Kelby Carter

Ozark High School Media Aide

Suggest a Book!

General Information

  • The OHS Library is open 7:10 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.
  • Students are responsible for any item checked out in their name.
  • If a student fails to return a book or returns the item with visible damage, they will be required to pay for the book or item.
  • Seniors with overdue materials will not receive their diplomas until accounts are cleared.
  • Don't forget your pass! Students are always welcome in the library. If you are not coming in with a class, you will need to have teacher permission and a pass. 
  • Students who are disruptive may be asked to leave the library.


Dynamic Shelving

We all know you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but, let’s face it, we all do. That’s one of many reasons why the librarians in the Ozark School District buildings have changed the way they shelve and display books — so that students will see a book cover they like, and check it out.