250 South Highway 65, St. Joe, AR, 72675 | Phone: 870.439.2213




St. Joe, where our students come FIRST!!

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St. Joe K-12 has been recognized by the Office for Education Policy at the University of Arkansas and has recieved the following awards:

"Beating the Odds" ELA Growth High School Level (Statewide)

"Beating the Odds" ELA Growth High School Level (Northwest Region)

Vision Statement
Ozark Mountain School District will foster an environment where knowledge and excellence are valued and individuals become productive citizens.We believe that an environment emphasizing cooperation, trust, and commitment to improvement will provide the necessary tools for personal and career-oriented growth as we strive for lifelong excellence.

Mission Statement
The mission of OMSD is to develop the necessary academic, artistic, and social skills for students to become responsible, productive citizens committed to lifelong learning in an ever changing society. Students share in the mission and must be encouraged by all administrators, teachers, parents, and community members to take advantage of the full range of educational opportunities made available.



Here is the link to the Summer Reading Program at the State Library whttp://hich most Arkansas public libraries connect to:

Please fill out the ARBroadBandNow questionnaire.  It can be downloaded and filled out, please return it to your school office, or you can use the QR code on the document to fill it out on your cell phone.

Click here to fill out the questionnaire.

Click here for the link to the Bears Livestream for home basketball games.

If you have been put in quarantine:

--It does not mean you have the Covid-19 virus, but you may have been directly exposed.

--It does not mean that everyone in the school has been exposed to the virus.  In many cases, the exposure is limited to a particular grade or class. 

--You will not come to school for the time that has been set by the school to stay home.  This ranges between 10-14 days.

--You need to stay home. If you have the virus, you could spread it if you are out and about. 

--If your family stays together, you will all need to quarantine.  If your family quarantines separately, those who were not possibly exposed could continue with work outside the home.  

--If your family quarantines together, consider using grocery pickup to avoid spreading the virus in stores.

Primary exposure:   Possible direct exposure from someone that had a test come back positive.  This will result in a quarantine.

Secondary exposure: No direct exposure from someone that had a test come back positive.  You will not be quarantined, but be observant if your health changes and you develop symptoms.  

If you have questions, please call your school principal, school nurse, or Ozark Mountain School District Point of Contact Person - Ariel Kelly at St. Joe School.

All students will eat free this year. Parents will still need to fill out the paperwork at the beginning of the school year.

Students are not allowed on campus before 7:30am. The office is open from 7:30am until 4:30pm.

In anticipation of the POSSIBILITY of remote learning (all students working via technology from home) we are requesting that students who are at home at this time please contact the school if they do not have their chromebooks. We will then make an arrangement to get chromebooks to students.  

Click here for policy

School supplies and backpacks will be provided for K-12 for the 2021-2022 school year!

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 $2.60 charge each time this system is used.