Ozark Adventist Academy
Pictures frorm around campus on Thursday.
This Week at OAA
Each week, Ozark publishes a detailed schedule of the upcoming events called "This Week at OAA". Be sure to sign-up below to receive the Ozark Newsletter and you will be e-mailed this each week.
If you would like the convenience of receiving the weekly copy of "This Week at OAA" by e-mail, as well as other notifications about special events at Ozark, please subscribe below.
RenWeb is the site where students and parents can access grades, attendance, etc. For those who already have an active RenWeb account from last school year you are ready to go, you do not need to do anything.
For those who are new or did not set up their RenWeb account last year you need to do the following:
1. Submit the e-mail address you want associated with your account.
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2. Once the office has activated your account (please give us a week), follow these instructions.
Intramural Football Teams
The winning team in the 1st day physics paper tower building challenge. Limited time, limited supplies and free standing. Congratulations to the "all girl" team who were runners-up and almost pulled out the victory.
The 2014-2015 school year is off to a great start. Today was registration followed by a get acuainted handshake and activity sponsored to the Student Association.
Mobile Text Notification
Ozark offers a mobile text notification service. If you are a parent or student and would like to be able to receive text notifications from Ozark on your mobile phone, please sign-up.
NOTE: We strongly encourage parents and students to sign up for this service so that if the need arises to contact large numbers of people quickly, you will be informed.
Throughout the school year, various standardized tests are given to students. Depending on the grade, different tests are either required or encouraged. Check out the Testing Information page for a a brief summary of tests.
For more information contact Sara McGuire, Testing Coordinator.
Modifications to Dress Code
There have been some changes to the classroom dress code. Below are excerpts from the new dress code policy. For the complete dress code, please refer to the student handbook.
The purpose of the dress code is to promote a positive academic atmosphere, establish clear guidelines and promote dress standards that are pleasing to God and glorifying to the name of Jesus Christ. Anything related to dress code or grooming that may cause a distraction to the learning environment or is not reflective of Ozark Adventist Academy’s mission or core values may be considered inappropriate.
All Clothing must be modest, clean, and covering well (no shear or see through). Attire cannot be oversized or too tight. Any manufacturer or other brand logo or lettering on clothing must be no larger that pocket size, regardless of the location.
• Shirts/Tops – All shirts/tops must be collared, (fold over collar) sleeved and of a polo or button down style.
• Sweaters (either pullover or cardigans) are allowed in the classroom with a collared shirt.
• Sweatshirts and hoodies (pullovers) are not allowed in the classroom.
• Coats and jackets (outerware that zips or buttons) are allowed in the classroom. Any manufacturer or other brand logo or letter must be no larger than pocket size, regardless of the location.