OMSD has received state approval for all three campus graduation ceremonies. All three will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2020.
St. Joe students will participate in commencement ceremonies at 10 am in the St. Joe Gymnasium.
Bruno-Pyatt students will participate in commencement ceremonies at 12 pm at the Durand Center in Harrison.
Western Grove students will participate in commencement ceremonies at 4 pm at the Durand Center in Harrison.
All three ceremonies will be live streamed on the Ozark Mountain School District Facebook page.
OMSD congratulates the 2020 graduates!
Tyson's has donated split cornish hens and boneless thighs. All OMSD students' families and OMSD employees are welcome to pick some up. We will be distributing these on each campus on Wednesday, July 8th from 12 pm to 2 pm, and on Thursday, July 9th from 5 pm to 7 pm.
All votes have been counted, and with 70% of the vote, the new mascot will be bears.
The mascot committee will meet on Thursday to discuss colors. New basketball uniforms will be ordered soon.
Click here for the 7th and 8th grade registration form.
Current sophomores and juniors may go online to register for concurrent classes through North Arkansas College and the North Arkansas College Technical Center. The links to the application forms are listed below. After filling out the forms, please email Ms. Marshall at email@example.com to let her know you have registered. She will send the required paperwork on to the college.
Please note that if you are registering for any concurrent class, you must have an ACT reading and English score of 19. If you are registering for College Algebra, you must have completed Algebra II and have a math ACT score of 19. If you do not have those, you will have to retake the test or take the Accuplacer test. Ms. Marshall and North Arkansas College can proctor those tests once we have been cleared safe to do so with the current virus situation.
If you are wanting to enroll in classes at the tech center, any score will work with the exception of Project Lead the Way (pre-engineering) and EMT classes. EMT has other prerequisite classes, too.
For more information, email Ms. Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for the general North Arkansas College online application. (ALL students will fill out this form.)
Click here for the concurrent classes enrollment form.
Click here for the technical center enrollment form.
All classes will be online. Check your Canvas account and school emails for more information.
3/16/2020: As of noon today, all face to face classes at Northark Technical Center are cancelled until further notice. Students are instructed to go on-line and check Canvas for instructions about classwork. We will be sending out messages to the students through e-mail and MyNortharkAlerts.
All report cards and/or notices to return materials have been mailed as of Friday, June 19th.
If you are needing transcripts for driving tests, you may put in a request to Ms. Marshall at email@example.com or Ms. Sheron Sisco at firstname.lastname@example.org. No transcritps will be processed during the week of June 22nd-26th due to E-school rollover.
Click here for the enrollment form.
Individual campuses may or may not have office personnel around. If you need anything, you may call the central office at 870-439-2218. There will be someone there daily.
Contact your school's adviser if interested in ordering a 2020 yearbook.
Click here to read the spectator conduct policy adopted on 2/20/2020.
Click here to see the winners.
Kylee Smith won the elementary spelling bee and Skipper Bright was the runner up.
Click here for the list of winners. The K-4 Spelling Bee will be Monday at 9:45 in the library. The 5-8 Spelling Bee will be on Tuesday at 9:45 in the library. The top two spellers from each class, the overall winner, and the overall runner-up will attend the county spelling bee in January.
Click here to see the championship team photos.
Junior Walker Robinson advanced to the semifinal round of the National FFA Talent Competition in Indianapolis, Indiana. Walker was ranked in the Top 15. He was the only representative from the state of Arkansas competiting in the event. Congratulations, Walker!
Click here to see the picture.
All students in the Ozark Mountain School District will eat free this year. Parents will still need to fill out the paperwork at the beginning of the school year.
Click here for the 2019-2020 OMSD school calendar.
Students in grades 5-12 can pay for ala carte items during lunch.
Capri Sun $.50
Switch Drink $1.00
Rice Krispie Treat $.25
Fruit Roll Up $.50
Ice Cream $.75
The 2018-19 yearbooks are in.
If you did not order one, but would like one, please e-mail Mrs. Terin Hollis at email@example.com. You may also contact her at the concession stand during ballgames. There are only a few extras. The price of the extra yearbooks is $30.
Click here for the handbook.
Students are not allowed on campus before 7:30 am.
The office is open from 7:30 am until 4:30 pm.
ALL STUDENTS WILL EAT FREE FOR 2019-20. THIS WILL JUST BE FOR FACULTY/STAFF FOR 2019-20.
Click here to access the Titan School Solutions site. You will have to make an account before your first use. After the account is made, you may use that link to login into your account. You may still pay with cash or check at the school. There is a $3 charge each time this system is used.
Snow routes mean paved roads ONLY. If you have any questions, contact your child's bus driver for more information about your specific route. The implementation of snow routes will be announced on REMIND, local TV news and their websites, radio, Facebook, and Twitter.