Ozark Adventist Academy
Monday is picture day. Come looking good for your yearbook picture! Girls, come dressed with a collared blouse and boys with a shirt & tie.
Pictures from around campus on Thursday evening.
World History projects. Students studied Hammurabi's Code and each student created their own, historically accurate Code of Laws.
Pictures of some of the artifacts that the US History students have completed for class. They recreated items from the past that reflect the culture of the time period.
"God's Change Agents" is the theme of Ozark's fall Week of Prayer.
Monday-Thursday will feature speaker Moise Ratsara, GYC president. Friday and Sabbath will feature speaker Adam Stacy.
Mr. Knipple, Mr. Upson and 19 students from Ozark headed south to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Pray for safe travels and that they can make a difference helping The Oaks school get up and running. See pictures from their work.
Anatomy & Physiology students studying cell structure and mitosis during lab today.
Heritage Tour 2017
Come explore America’s beginnings at Jamestown Settlement, and visit the world’s largest living history museum in Williamsburg’s Revolutionary City.
We will walk the National Mall in Washington DC and visit the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, and Arlington Cemetery. The US Capitol Visitor Center is on the list, as well as Lincoln Memorial, National Zoo, and Holocaust Museum.
On our way to Boston and points North, we will take a short detour up the Empire State Building in New York, NY. Then, it’s off to encounters with the USS Constitution – world’s oldest commissioned battleship, and Freedom Trail in Boston. The Mayflower II, Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Plantations, and Sturbridge Village are all stops on our tour.
We will finish up with a visit to the Little White Church in Washington, NH and return Sunday evening, October 23.
This is a trip for all sophomores. Hands on learning and exploring in aquatic ecology, ecosystems, and populations on the Cossatot River. This will be a camping experience.
Cost per student is $50. Payment is due in the Business Office by September 15. You may also Pay Online.
Contact Bonnie Pendergrass, email@example.com with any questions.