• September 15Monday September 28, Deep Cleaning Day - No Students
  • September 15Friday the 18th Football Game Theme Changed to U.S.A. Night
  • August 31All-School Picture Day - Wednesday September 16, 2020

The Roar

GSA’s Safe Place

Kelsey French

Through th safe space stickers, GSA hopes to create a safer environment for everyone in the school.

Speech and Debate Team Prepares for Districts

Photo used with permission by Zack Schrock.

Speech and Debate team members prepare for a competition.

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Make sure to go pick up your yearbook in Mrs.Samsinak's room F132, before or after school!

You can still buy a 2018-2019 yearbook in Mrs.Samsinak's room. Yearbooks are $50.

Senior Baby Ad forms can be picked up in Mrs.Samsinak's room.

If you would like a poster to be put up around the school, or you have an article idea, send it to the newspaper editor ([email protected]) or [email protected]

Upcoming Events

- $1.25 for a 10 oz. Cup of Coffee, Hot Cocoa, Tea. Served in the library 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM every day.

- Prom tickets are on sale through RevTrack or the Business Office. The cost is $85 and will go up to $95 in April.

Athlete Spotlight – Sydney Johnson

Photo used with permission from Sydney Johnson.

Junior Sydney Johnson sprints down the track to finish strong in her 200 m dash.

Girls Soccer Ready to Kick Off New Season

Photo used with permission from Eliza McComas

The girls on the soccer team just finished up preseason weights in preparation for the new season.

Varsity Girls Basketball Comes Out on Top

Lauren Brice

The Varsity Girls Basketball team huddles together to get in the right mindset to start the game.

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Students Get Excited for Spring Break

Savannah Goodwin, Writer | March 10, 2020

As Spring Break is just around the corner, students are excited to enjoy the spring weather and have their annual break away from school. Junior Price Webb will be traveling to New York City, as well as Washington DC. “I haven’t been to New York, so I’m excited to experience something new and see the iconic city. Then, I’m going to see the White House, which I'm excited to do because I love...

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Ozark’s Most Popular Places

Claire Reynolds, Editor | February 26, 2020

Ozark, Missouri is a small town, but that doesn’t mean it is without adventure. In a recent poll on The Roar, viewers were asked to vote on their favorite place in Ozark. The front-runner, chosen by fifty percent of voters, is B&B Theaters. “I like the B&B so much because it’s the closest place to watch movies. Also, some of my friends work there, so it’s always great...

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The Student News Site of Ozark High School
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