• January 22Auditions for the Spring Play (The Lost Boy) are February 5,6, and 7
  • January 14Prom tickets are on sale for $75.

The Roar

On the Road to Regionals

Photo used with permission of Kristina Suiter

The robotics team poses at the Southern Baptist University competition.

National Honor Society Reaches for their Goals

Ali Collins

Sophomore Lyla Watson accepts her certificate into NHS by Vice President Junior Aaron Tomcyzk and other leaders.

Art Around The School

Ali Collins

Sophomore Katie Blythe works on her Pablo Picasso inspired Miter Box.

  • Students in Science Club Get Involved in the Community November 26, 2019
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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

- Auditions for the Spring Play (The Lost Boy) are February 5,6, and 7 in Mrs.Dawson's room/Auditorium. Sign-up for a slot on February 5 or 6 outside Mrs.Dawson's room. Come to the audition with a one-minute memorized monologue.

- Spirit Week Theme Days:
Monday - Pajama Day
Tuesday - Country Club Day
Wednesday - Decade Day
Thursday - Camo Day
Friday - Jersey Day

- An assembly will be held during TIGER Time on Monday, February 3. King and Queen Coronation will be on Friday, February 7, after the JV game. (Students may vote online from Thursday at 8:00 AM until noon on Friday) The Homecoming Dance will be held in the cafeteria on February 7 from 9:00-11:00 PM. Tickets are $5 at the door.

- Prom tickets are on sale through RevTrack or the Business Office. The cost is $75.

Girls Swim Makes a Splash

Photo used with permission from Emily Cobb.

Brookelynn Bass, Ashley Mallonee, Emily Cobb, and Claire George show off their medals after a meet.

Athlete Spotlight – Olivia Hanks

Lakyn Cox

Senior Olivia Hanks faces up to her opponent stopping her from driving to the basket.

JV Girls Basketball Team Shoots for the Stars

Trinity Schupp

Sophomore Zeffieanne Kent dribbles the ball down the court during a JV basketball game against Webb City.

  • Pin it to Win it December 6, 2019
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Local Jack of All Trades

Katie Wells, Writer | January 20, 2020

Senior Ethan Paladino is a student who never feels like a stranger, he is easy to connect with, and hard to forget. Paladino has made his four years in high school worthwhile by participating in many different clubs and events. “I have just always felt the need to be apart of the clubs in our school and so I pour myself into the programs we have at OHS. I am the Vice President for DECA in the...

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Students Across the School Focus on Change for the New Year

Amy Surface, Writer | January 20, 2020

When the clock strikes midnight and fireworks erupt, communities all across the world clink their glasses together and celebrate the start of a new year. This brings more than just a change in date, as all kinds of people work toward a change in their life.  Many people make various types of New Year’s Resolutions or goals to better their lifestyle. According to the New York Post, about 55 percent...

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Yearbook Editor – Hannah Lind
Yearbook Editor – Emily Woolsey
The Student News Site of Ozark High School
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