Social studies students make public service announcements

Students in Mr. Colvin’s honors history class made public service announcements that would relate to the Industrialization Era. The first attempt did not go as Mr. Colvin had wanted so he gave everyone a second chance with more guidelines. Only one group was not allowed to redo their projects. The group consisted of Lillian Tate, Abigail Manning, ...

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Roaring renovations

October 4, 2017

Flip, turn, jump

October 4, 2017

Eighth grade dance and SDC trip approaches

April 11, 2017

Boy Scout working to reach highest rank

April 10, 2017

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The 2017 CMA Awards

December 18, 2017

The Country Music Awards held the 51st anniversary of the awards show for 2017. For the past ten year...

Wonder Woman

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Wonder soon to hit theaters

December 18, 2017

The new movie Wonder based on the award winning novel, will come out on November 17th, 2017, starrin...

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Student Polls

Is it too early to start celebrating Christmas?

  • No way! Let's celebrate Christmas all year! (63%, 5 Votes)
  • Yes! Let's wait for Thanksgiving first! (38%, 3 Votes)

Total Voters: 8

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Tiger Scoreboard
  • Tuesday, November 29

    A-Team Girls Basketball

    OJHS 43 - Neosho 19

  • Tuesday, November 29

    B-Team Girls Basketball

    OJHS 36 - Neosho 5

  • Monday, November 28

    B-Team Boys Basketball

    OJHS 7 - Rogersville 7

  • Monday, November 28

    A-Team Boys Basketball

    OJHS 47 - Rogersville 41

  • Monday, November 28

    A-Team Girls Basketball

    OJHS 36 - Rogersville 21

  • Monday, November 28

    B-Team Girls Basketball

    OJHS 16 - Rogersville 4

  • Tuesday, November 22

    B-Team Girls Basketball

    OJHS 37 - Webb City 18

  • Tuesday, November 22

    A-Team Girls Basketball

    OJHS 37 - Webb City 41

  • Pass, shoot, score

    The eighth grade girls have started the season with a record of 3-0. The team played Carl Junction on December 1 and came out with a win. Coach Rumfel...

  • OJH Wrestling off to a great start

    The Ozark Junior High wrestling team took second at the Nixa-Marshfield Tri-Meet Wednesday, December 6. The team will face both of these teams along w...

  • OJH wrestling season begins

    On, Monday, October 23 Ozark Jr High School wrestling season begins with all practices held at Ozark Junior High. Practices start off with a warm up,...

  • Basketball try-outs to begin at OJH

    Basketball tryouts for eighth grade girls are coming up October 25 and 26 from 3:15 pm to 5:00 pm. There will be places for 15 students on the eighth ...

  • Ozark cross country

    Ozark Junior High’s eighth and ninth grade cross country teams season is well underway and the COC meet is right around the corner. OJH cross countr...

  • Tennis girls serve to the end of the season

    Thursday, September 14 marked the end of the freshman girls’ tennis season and they finished strong. The junior varsity girls played in a total of ...

  • Bump…set…spike

    The volleyball season is slipping away for the eighth grade volleyball players. They have already had six games and they have won all of them except o...

  • Make a splash

    For the past three months, the Ozark  boys swim and dive team have been practicing up to eight hours a week at the John H. Foster Natatorium in Sprin...

  • Track season underway

    As April starts to roll in that means track season is starting at Ozark Junior High. Ozark had two dual meets, both were held at Ozark High School. D...

  • Homerun

    The Ozark Junior High softball season has officially begun. They had their first game March 28 against Nixa. The A team beat Nixa 25-2 and the B team ...

  • Can the eagles

    Can the Eagles started last week on Monday, October 2 and ended on Friday, October 6. Though Ozark tried hard, Nixa pulled ahead and won the Can the E...

  • Ozark Junior High's National Junior Honor Society has been accepting new member applications. They accept new members in the second quarter of every s...

  • Can the eagles

    Can the Eagles started last week on Monday, October 2 and ended on Friday, October 6. Though we tried hard, Nixa pulled ahead and won the Can the Eagl...

  • Science Olympiad hopes to “rock” the competition

    The Ozark Junior High Science Olympiad is a team made up of all ninth graders. The team is now a C division team meaning they will be competing agains...

  • Students get fired up for Christ as FCA club begins

    One of the many clubs at Ozark Junior High, FCA, is getting reading to kickoff. FCA is a student-led club that stands for Fellowship of Christian ...

  • Check my name

    The Student Council elections for the offices of president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary were held Thursday, September 21 during Ozark Jun...

  • Future Career Community Leaders of America

    The FCCLA (Future Career and Community Leaders of America) Club is coming to a start, and they’re fired up. FCCLA started August 16 at Ozark Junior ...

  • Party, food, culture

    Dallas Eoff and Gasha Fevold are the advisors of the Culture Club at Ozark Junior High School and Ozark High School. Meetings are held once a month du...

  • Possible Lego robotics competition approaching

    The Robotics Club, coached by Mrs. Suiter, has recently gotten the mat and Lego parts, which will speed up their progress. The competition consists...

  • Competitive Speech and Debate team starts the new season

    The Speech and Debate season has officially started. Last year’s Speech and Debate team won several trophies at competition and the team hopes to do...

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