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 Senior Class Trip.
pc: David Baldridge
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The seniors spent their first day of class trip serving at Habitat for Humanity's ReStore in Bentonville.
pc: David Baldridge
Biology students getting up close and personal with a frog.
Sunday the whole school came together for the annual SA Picnic. The last whole school fun event of the year. The SA Officers planned a wide variety of activities providing plenty of opportunity for students to get involved and enjoy the day.
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On Sabbath, Ozark students and staff enjoyed a beautiful day outside in God's creation for outdoor church.
pc: Hannah K.
Biology students discovering the wonders to be found inside a fish. Does it look like the diagram in the book or not?
While the Jr/Sr Banquet was happening and while the Sophomores were having their party on campus, the Freshmen enjoyed a party at the home of Mr. Fetters.
pc: Hannah K.
On Friday the Sophomore World History class traveled to Muskogee, OK to attend the Renaissance Festival.
pc: David Baldridge
Congratulations to Mrs. Bonnie Pendergrass for being honored in the 2017-2018 Flintonian dedication.
This year's 2018 Flintonian is proudly dedicated to Mrs. Bonnie Pendergrass. Since 1991 she has been committed to teaching the Ozark Adventist Academy students about the wonders of science. Through Godly principles she has taught her students multiple sciences, from Physical Science to Anatomy and Physiology, in new and exciting ways. She uses hands-on methods and visual aids to help students fully understand concepts; from taking the Sophomore class on a Biology trip, to taking the A & P class to see a cadaver each year. Just as a skilled and experienced teacher should, she shows her students how to apply the things they learn.
Mrs. Pendergrass is Vice Principal of the discipline committee and always looks for the best in people. This includes caring for the well-being of her students and being understanding of their feelings about being away from home. Mr. Doug Fisher, who has worked with Mrs. Pendergrass for 22 years, says she "is highly dedicated to serving both the school and the students well. She goes above and beyond her duties and expectations."
Mrs. Pendergrass does more than one hard job to the best of her ability. She organized a program called "Dorm Moms" (Dorm Dudes for the guys dorm) to get the community involved with the students on campus. In this program, anonymous community members "adopt" a dorm student and provide little gifts to help brighten their day. This displays, not only her love for her students, but also her love for God. He works through her daily to improve the lives of students teaching them about the greatness and complexity of His creation.
"She takes time out of her day to help us out with our homework, and at least for me, she has helped me with a personal problem and helped me to work things out," says Ashley M., a sophomore.
We are truly grateful for her stewardship that has impacted our campus for the better.
On Sunday evening the Dorm Dudes had their reveal party. Mrs. Pendergrass leads out in organizing community families to secretly "adopt" a dorm boy for the semester. At the reveal party they get to meet their host family.
pc: Debbie Upson
The Aerialaires are currently on tour in Arkansas & Louisiana. These pictures are from their show and community service in Umpire, AR.
Pictures Tour pictures by Andrew H.
pc: Coach Gettys
A & P students dissecting the respiratory system of fetal pigs.
pc: Bonnie Pendergrass
Some of the pieces the art students have been working on this semester.
pc: Linda Dale
Congratulations to the new Student Association Officers for the 2018-2019 school year.
President: Peter K.
Vice-president: Ethan D.
Secretary/Treasurer: Brian S.
Social Activities Coordinator: Katie K.
Religious Activities Coordinator: Hamilton H.
Sports Coordinator: Brianna H.
Public Relations: Keren Q.
Congratulations to the Skyhawk Basketball Seniors and parents. You will be missed.
On Saturday night of Academy Days Weekend Ozark's gymnastics team, the Aerialaires, had their homeshow. Included in the show were elementary age members of the Jr Aerialaires.
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Sabbath afternoon Ozark's Drama class shared a presentation illustrating how each of us is caught in the battle between good and evil.
Friday of Academy Days Weekend, Ozark enjoyed a message by Vincent Onkoba for PowerPac Chapel. After supper interested visitors and students participated in a game of kickball. Vespers brought students, staff and visitors together for the second message by Vincent Onkoba "Sci-Fi, Superheros & Salvation".
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Bridge testing day! Physics students weight tested their bridges until failure today.
Ozark's Music Department and English II Play toured through Louisiana & Arkansas this past week.
pc: Hannah K. & Amy E.
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A few pictures from the Spring Break Mission Trip to Holbrook Indian School.
pc: Morgan W.
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Physics students studying the relationship between resistance, current and potential difference.
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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 11:00 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.
|NOTE: Please be sure that you have given us the correct cell phone numbers for both students and parents so that you receive any emergency text notifications.|
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 enrollment 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.
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