Can you feel the #FZJoy? Fort Zumwalt School District is proud to be one of the 19 midsize Missouri businesses -- and the only Missouri public school district -- recognized among America’s Best Employers by Forbes. You can read more about the recognition at Our employees maintain 2.8 million square feet of facilities, a fleet of 172 buses and 24,500 electronic devices. Each day they manage the operations in our 31 offices; transport 13,500 students; serve 9,200 meals and TEACH 16,920 members of the future workforce. Looking to find your direction?
about 8 hours ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Our Technology Department maintains almost 25,000 devices
Our Transportation Department transports more than 13,000 students daily
Our Student Nutrition Team serves more than 9,000 meals daily
Our Teachers teach 16,000 future members of the workforce
FZSD Among America's Best Employers according to Forbes
At DuBray Middle, 8th-graders in App Creators classes are coding with conditionals. The Sphero Bolt had to travel to the 8th grade office, hit the door and say HELLO. Distance, speed and time were all factors, along with angles. Collaboration makes things go! #FZEquipToExcel
1 day ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
8th grade boys huddle around a laptop to program the Shero round robot in the foreground
Let's get ready for Kindergarten 2024!
5 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Kindergarten Enrollment online March 13, 2024
Tomorrow night, West High welcomes more than 100 2- and 4-year colleges as well as military representatives to the annual #FZSD College Fair. Get details:
8 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
College Fair 6:30-8:30 PM 2.21.2024 at West High All St. Charles County high school students are welcome
We're ready to see you tomorrow! HS has an A Day, MS a B Day and elementary an A Day. Remember you can see meal options by clicking menu then dining in our app or on our school websites.
9 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
HS has an A Day, MS a B Day and elementary an A Day
Show season rolls on! Tonight and tomorrow at 7, Satruday at 2, West High presents: Almost Maine. Break a leg!
13 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Almost Maine poster in spotlights. 7 p.m. 2.15 and 16, 2 p.m. 2-17
Thank you to our partners, @OFallonPolice @sccmopd @stpetersmopd and a special shout out to the SROs who serve our students each day. #SROsAreValuable
14 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Thank You SROs National Appreciation Day 2.15.24
Kindergarteners jumped into addition and subtraction by helping frogs into and out of their ponds. Working together helps them express their mathematical thinking and learn to listen to ideas from others. We are just a month away from Kindergarten enrollment for 2024! Details at:
15 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Carpet time collaboration as kindergartener add and subtract frogs from their ponds.
How do we get where we want to go? We start with where we are. Then we set goals and track our progress. At Emge Elementary, first graders have a class goal. Students take turns meeting with the teacher, Mr. Lovelace, during independent reading time and are tracking their individual growth, as well as their growth as a group. In third grade, Ms. Winistoerfer’s class sits down for an assessment to measure how much they’ve grown so far this year. Raising readers and problem solvers. #FZEquipToExcel
16 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Mr. Lovelace smiles as a boy summarizes what he just read
Ms. Winistoerfer helps a student log-in
Third grade girls log-in to their chromebooks to measure their reading growth
Plan, Do, Study, Act, Mr. Lovelace's class has set goals for their reading by the end of 1st Grade
Why are flags at half-staff? By order of the governor, flags in Missouri will fly at half-staff until sunset Feb. 10, 2024, in honor of former Senator Jean Carnahan. See the proclamation:
19 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Why are flags at half-staff? death of former Sen. Jean Carnahan, 1933-2024
Every day we learn and grow. Part of learning to track goals is measuring that growth! Today was a very Happy 100 Day for students and staff as they dressed up and measured out how much they've grown as learners, citizens and leaders this school year.
20 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Readers, stoles, a string of pearls were part of these girls vision of being 100 years old
Dress up days are for staff, too! A principal with a student, each dressed as they see themselves at 100 years old
Readers on a string and some gray highlights helped this student show how she imagines herself at 100 years old
This student is proud of his 100 Days Smarter t-shirt with tally marks
There's no season like show season! Tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday at 7 p.m. South High presents "Bright Star" Break a leg!
20 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
FZS presents Bright Star 7 p.m. Feb. 8 - 10
There's no season like show season! Tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday at 7 p.m. North High presents "Fools" Break a leg!
20 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Fools at North High 7 P.M. Feb 8 - 10
We've been celebrating our Counselors and Mental Health Professionals this week, but can't find a better way to say "thank you" to them than what one mom shared in a Blue Note to her school counselor last semester. Mrs. Luley is always a calm and supportive force at MRE. Every time I see her, I feel calmer myself! One day at home I (41 year old parent) was having a bit of a mental breakdown from overwhelming thoughts and emotions. My 2nd grader came over and taught me breathing exercises. They really helped and I asked her how she knew them and she said that Mrs. Luley taught them to her. Wow, what an impact she has had on our students that it trickles up to the parents! Thank you for being awesome Mrs. Luley! Thank you!
22 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Thank You Counselors & MHPs National School Counselor Appreciation Feb 5 - 9, 2024
Blue Note to school counselor
S/O to Twin Chimneys Technology teacher Rachel Boucher, who earned a Scott Credit Union Community Foundation grant that has allowed her to purchase additional Sphero Indi Robots for the TEAM program. Boucher says she encourages fellow teachers and teammates to seek out and apply for the many grant opportunities that are available. Partnerships with #FZCommunity empower learning! #FZEquipToExcel
22 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Boucher poses with five students, holding indi bot components, and rep from Scott Credit Union
Do you know someone who will be 5 years old on or before July 31, 2024? Kindergarten Enrollment is just a few weeks away! March 13, 2024 Just go to and download the event to your calendar today. You can enroll online or in person. Even if you complete the process electronically, staff would love to meet your family at 14 of our elementary schools from 2 - 7 p.m. that day. Once your student is enrolled, you will be connected with your school for resources and information on upcoming events as we move closer to the first day of kindergarten. Check all the details in the news section of our website.
29 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Kindergartener explores the lifecycle in the outdoor classroom pond
S/O and congrats to @ZumSouth Boys Basketball Coach Bill Friedel on his 500th Career Victory! The Bulldogs won 59-41 over Kirksville in the first game of the Southern Boone Tournament 1.29.2024
29 days ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
500 Career wins Head Coach Bill Friedel
What does it mean to build an environment to Educate, Empower and Equip Students to Excel? For fourth graders at Rock Creek Elementary it means feeling confident enough to guide your classmates through the math you’ve been working on. In Mrs. Beseau’s room, plenty of hands went up when she asked for a volunteer to walk the class through their mathematical thinking and reasoning as they applied the standard algorithm that they had been discussing in class. Want to learn more about empowering our students in math? Check out this FORTiTUDE podcast:
about 1 month ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Student shares mathematical thinking by walking his class through a problem at the board
Thanks to all of the families at our high school curriculum nights! Next up? Middle schools. These events are just one of the many supports available for families of students making a leap to the next level next fall. Together we Educate, Empower and Equip Students to Excel! #FZEquipToExcel
about 1 month ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Family smiles they look at the all the possibilities at East High
A dad warms up with a coffee from the East High coffee bar
Crowd in the South High commons as families meet coaches and teachers
Unpredictable. Inconsistent. These weather words wouldn’t have slowed our Top 3 spellers at the annual FZ Elementary Spelling Bee. After 23 rounds, Maeve finished the district-wide event by correctly spelling “escarpment”. Congrats to Maeve, Dharshan & James, the Top 3!
about 1 month ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Proud principals pose with the Top 3 spellers and the travelling trophies