250 South Highway 65, St. Joe, AR, 72675 | Phone: 870.439.2218

ST. JOE

VISIT WEBSITE

WESTERN GROVE

VISIT WEBSITE

BRUNO-PYATT

VISIT WEBSITE

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Employment Applications can be found on our "Links" page.

Ozark Mountain School District is hiring bus drivers.  You must have a CDL.  If interested, please contact Duane Ingram at dingram@omsd.k12.ar.us or call (870) 439-2218.

School Climate Survey


For students grade 3 through 12 at Ozark Mountain School District.

The Arkansas Department of Education, in partnership with Virtual Arkansas, is pleased to announce the release of the #ARKidsCanCode Computer Science Placement Survey.  This survey is designed to assist guidance coucelors and students in determining which computer science course would be most beneficial for the student.  The survey uses Arkansas Computer Science Standards as the basis.  Students receive a completion certificate that reveals the level course from which they would most likely benefit.  This certificate can be printed or captured to send to councelors as they schedule students for next year's classes.



To access the #ARKidsCanCode Computer Science Placement Survey, follow the directions below:

1. Click on this link: http://virtualarkansas.org/cs-survey.html

2. Students click the "ComputerScience - Begin the Journey" image

3. Students click "CS_Placement Survey" under Courses

4. Students should watch the video and read the instructions prior to starting the survey

5. When the students have completed all parts of the survey, a completion image will appear which will contain the student's survey information.  Students should print, take a picture or screenshot of this image for their records and provide it to their guidance councelor.

WELCOME TO OZARK MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT


Where your Child Is MORE than a Student.


Ozark Mountain School District (OMSD) is made up of three separate K-12 campuses: Bruno-Pyatt, St. Joe, and Western Grove.  We are located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains (hence our district name) with an area of 368 square miles.


At Ozark Mountain School District, we foster an environment where knowledge and excellence are valued, and individuals become productive citizens.  Working through data analysis and instructional strategies, we will ensure that students become life-long learners that respect and accept the differences within themselves and others.