Ozark Adventist Academy
Educating for Eternity
September 24, 2020
It used to be called "Dorm Wars," but now it is called "Club Wars." Whatever you call it, Saturday night's Boys' Club vs. Girls' Club activity started with a game called "Steal the Bacon," followed by "Wink," and then a game called "Sharks and Minnows." Also, this week on our campus, SA Olympics started with events such as the football throw, softball throw, disc golf, and a Kubb Tournament.
September 17, 2020
This week on our campus Ms. Bazzy's Christian Drama Class had their first performance during vespers. Mr. Boyd's gymnastics class has been working hard in the gym, and Mr. Timms' Kubb Club was out on center campus on Wednesday.
September 10, 2020
This week on our campus Mr. Timms and Mr. LeBard have been speaking to Ozark students about various themes found in The Great Controversy. The meetings have been live streamed and are archived on our Facebook page. Tennis intramurals have started and if you were in our music hall around 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday or Thursday, you would have heard the great progress our students are making in handbells.
September 3, 2020
From Sabbath afternoon's creek walk and snow cones, to Friday evening's singing on center campus, the photos in this gallery were taken on Friday evening and on Sabbath.
All of our students who participated on Sabbath's creek walk started out dry, but they didn't ended up that way. Mr. Harris, who was leading the creek walk, shared some additional photos and video clips with us. Thank you Mr. Harris!
August 27, 2020
Mrs. Dale had her Home Economics students in the kitchen this week. Kickball intramurals started during evening recreation on Monday and Chaplain Kern's Sabbath afternoon activity was popcorn, watermelon, and the movie "Jonah."
During the last several weeks Mrs. Dale's Home Economics class has been making zucchini bread, corn muffins, and sugar cookies with buttercream frosting. Here are a few pictures she shared from her classroom.
August 26, 2020
The sign that said "Road Closed" is no longer blocking the bridge over Flint Creek. The bridge is now open and those traveling to Ozark may now drive over the bridge.
August 20, 2020
A creek runs next to the little valley below the church across the street. On Saturday afternoon, August 15th, Campus Ministries made it a place for our students to hang out skipping rocks by the creek, playing Bible games, singing (with social distancing), swinging in hammocks, eating ice cream sandwiches and Little Debbie's, and enjoying being together with friends. Campus Ministries is continually active on our campus planning activities and worship services designed to strengthen our student's walk with God and make God's Seventh-day a delight.
August 19, 2020
Students running for SA offices gave their speeches during chapel on Wednesday, August 19th. All of our students did a great job!
The new officers for the 2020-2021 school year are Kelechi N. - President, Zach K. - Vice President, Kobe G. - Religious Activities Coordinator, Diem-Ai L. - Social Activities Coordinator, Nathan F. - Secretary/Treasurer, Sarah O. - Public Relations.
August 15, 2020
Junk Scramble was live streamed via Facebook Live and is now archived and available to view on our Facebook
page. Photos from Saturday Night's Junk Scramble are available via the link below.
August 12, 2020
Photos from around campus on Wednesday.
August 9, 2020
A peek around campus during Sunday's dorm student registration and move in day.
August 6, 2020
Our campus is so quiet during the summer months. It was good to see some familiar faces we have missed over the summer and hear their laughter in our hallways again this week. They may be wearing masks now, but their eyes will often tell you they have the same great smiles underneath.
Ozark Adventist Academy has developed Covid-19 guidelines for the 2020-2021 school year. We are committed to the safety and well-being of our students and staff members. Our plan is based on recommendations from the Arkansas
Department of Health (ADH), Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the Arkansas-Louisiana Conference of
Seventh-day Adventists. We will continue to monitor the situation and as recommendations from the ADH and CDC change regarding the
pandemic, our guidelines will be updated to meet current best practices.