Ozark Junior High School officials unveiled a renovated space Friday that in part joins older and previously separated campus buildings.
There are new safety features, collaborative work spaces and a new cafeteria. The building boasts updated elective, core subject and fine art classrooms. The improvements follow a district-wide $20 million bond passed in April 2015, according to a statement from the school. The junior high upgrades accounted for $12.3 million.
A ribbon cutting was held Friday by the Ozark Chamber of Commerce, followed by building tours.