Here you will find recent happenings at OAA. To find out about upcoming events see the This Week page or for events more than a week ahead, try the Calendar. Looking for pictures no longer linked from this page? Try the Picture Archive page.
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Pictures from around campus on Thursday evening.
Congratulations to those who made the 3rd Quarter Honor Roll (GPA 3.50-4.00) or the Honorable Mention List (GPA 3.00-3.49).
OAA Skyhawks vs the Alumni Men on Saturday night.
The senior Lady Skyhawks and Skyhawks along with their parents were honored between the alumni basketball games on Saturday night.
OAA Lady Skyhawks playing the Lady Alumni on Saturday night.
Sabbath morning church service during alumni weekend. The speaker was Bernie Anderson class of 1989 and featured the traditional alumni/OAA song, "Be Strong in the Lord".
Sabbath School of Alumni weekend. The focus of the service was "Missions" and it featured current students who have participated in short-term mission trips as well as some alumni who have served or are currently serving as missionaries.
Friday evening vespers during Alumni Weekend. Megan Sutherland class of 2007 was the featured speaker.
Ms. Bazzy's sophomore English II class presented the Ozark Elementary School week of prayer program. They taught the story of Jesus dieing for our salvation using the classic allegory from C.S. Lewis.
Life of Job a play written, directed and performed all by students at Ozark Adventist Academy.
Image formation with lenses was the topic of study in today's Physics lab.
U.S. History class illustrated book covers on the conflicts in the west between settlers and Native Americans.
"IDENTITY: Remember Who You Are" is the theme for the student lead week of prayer.
Ozark is getting a new entrance sign. Along with a permanently displayed school name, the sign will have a large electronic display board welcoming guests to campus with updated information.
The month of April is the estimated completion date. Shutterfly
Artist rendering of the new sign with a 6' tall person for perspective.
Sunday evening was the "Black/White" themed SA Banquet.
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This past Sabbath, Ozark students were able to enjoy a day spent at the Bentonville Adventist Church participating in an area youth rally. The morning was filled with worship while the afternoon gave opportunity to serve the community.
This past Sabbath OAA's music department presented the worship service at the Muskogee, OK Adventist church.
Physics students studying specific heat capacity of different metals. Then, if they are good, determining the "mystery" metal from it's specific heat capacity value!
Ozark Junior Varsity Skyhawks and Varsity Skyhawks playing NWA Hornets.
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The Electronic Policy in the Student Handbook on page 36 has changed slightly to the following.
In order to promote student's spiritual growth, academic success, and social health, Ozark Adventist Academy does not allow video games and moving watching (including TV shows) on any electronic device.
- Cell phones/Electronics may be used for personal communications and academics when used outside the Administration Building.
- Cell phones/Electronics are not to be used inside the Administration Building with the exception of inside the classroom for academic purposes at the discretion of the teacher.
- The use of headphones is restricted to the residence halls.
The violation policy procedure remains as currently printed.
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The Gentry Seventh-day Adventist church is our students' home church while attending Ozark. Each week the Sabbath morning service is broadcast live over the internet. Feel free to worship with us Saturday mornings at approximately 10:50 a.m. Central US time.
Ozark uses RenWeb's notification service, ParentAlert. All students and parents with cell phone numbers in our system will receive emergency alerts.
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Parents, besides grade and attendance information, other official correspondence from the school is conducted through RenWeb. Please make sure that you have your account active with the correct e-mail address and phone numbers. Contact Renee Patterson if your account is not working.
New Students and Parents:
Parents, your RenWeb account was set up in the online application process. New students will get their accounts on the first Monday of school.
Returning Students and Parents:
You should be able to use the same username and password that you had last school year.
Since the majority of students live on campus, Ozark Adventist Academy generally does not close school due to inclement weather. Parents of day students may keep their child home if they feel the roads are unsafe. Please check online or e-mail your teacher for assignments.
If the need arises for modifications to our school schedule, notification will be sent via our mobile-text-alert system.
Parents are responsible to contact Ozark's attendance office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (479) 736-2221 x128 if their child will miss school.
School jackets are available to order online. If you would like to have an Ozark Adventist Academy jacket you may order from the Neff Jacket Shop.
You will need to enter Ozark's password: 063431 to order. Customer service may be reached at (800) 232-6333.