Do you know someone who will be 5 years old on or before July 31? Take the weekend to gather paperwork to register for Kindergarten! Registration for Fall 2023 opens March 1. https://www.fz.k12.mo.us/article/983626
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documents you’ll need to register for Kindergarten.
Are you an #FZSD high school student ready to explore what's next? Our annual college & career fair is 6:30 pm 2-22 @ZumWestHigh Chat with reps from tech school, 2-year and 4-year college & military. Learn more & sign up: https://share.peachjar.com/flyers/2419169/schools/94320
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Fort Zumwalt College Fair 6:30 - 8 p.m., 2-22-2023
Do you know someone turning 5 years old on or before July 31? It's time to get ready for Kindergarten registration! Fort Zumwalt will welcome the members of the Class of 2036 and their families in person at 14 elementary schools from 2 - 7 p.m., March 1. Information and paperwork will also be available online at go.FZSD.us/Kindergarten
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Kindergarteners hard at work cutting and gluing numbers into sequence and solving problems
The cast and crew of the Panther Players production of The Curious Savage invite you to go see a show! Tonight and/or tomorrow @FZN_Panthers. 7 p.m. Tickets at the door.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
The cast and crew of the Panther Players production of The Curious Savage invite you to go see a show! Tonight and/or tomorrow @FZN_Panthers. 7 p.m. Tickets at the door.
@KMOV caught our team of high school counselors showing just all the many ways they are #HereForTheKids Watch to learn more about the first #FZSD Prom Boutique: https://www.kmov.com/video/2023/02/08/zumwalt-school-district-holding-free-pop-up-prom-shop/
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Thanks for stopping by KMOV Steve Harris to do a s/o for our counselors
FZ Prom Boutique at Hope High featuring donated dresses, shoes, shirts, suits and more
High school counselors take a break to pose in the middle of the #FZSD Prom Boutique
Public Service Announcement: Voter registration deadline is March 8 to vote in the election April 4, 2023. Learn more at scccmo.gov/410/Election-Authority
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Voter registration deadline is 3.8.23 to vote 4.4
Teacher Andy McHaffie has helped students hone their woodworking, metal working and drafting skills in his Fort Zumwalt East High School classrooms for years. Understanding the needs of St. Charles County manufacturers, and his student’s willingness to work hard, he set out to build a bridge from Fort Zumwalt high schools to jobs in high needs areas. The @USDOL Youth Apprenticeship Program matches qualified, interested students with paying jobs with local manufacturers. Learn more at ZumwaltApprenticeships.com #TeacherProud #CareerTechEd #21stCenturySkills #HereForTheKids @EdPlusSTL @moEducation @GovMikeParson
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
#CareerTechEd Andy McHaffie helps advanced Woods Engineering students fit a speaker into the cabinet they constructed in his classroom. Interested students can begin their apprenticeship journey through the USDOL Youth Apprenticeship program McHaffie has brought to FZSD.
TONIGHT: Be a part of Mapping our Future. Committee work on the Continuous School Improvement Plan (CSIP), began last month as a part of the sixth, and most recent, Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP 6). The steering committee has been gathering data and conducting surveys to help define the focus of its work as Fort Zumwalt creates its guiding document for the next three years. At the meeting tonight, participants will hear from the committee about its work so far and have the opportunity to ask questions about the CSIP process and the district’s goals. https://app.peachjar.com/flyers/2404281/schools/94314
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Community Forum: Feb. 7, 2023
This week we celebrate our school counselors, who help our students dream big! Thank you for all you do to be there each day for students! #Hereforthekids
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
National School Counseling Week: Feb. 6-10, 2023 Thank you School Counselors For Helping All Students Dream Big
Be a part of Mapping our Future. Committee work on the Continuous School Improvement Plan (CSIP), began last month as a part of the sixth, and most recent, Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP 6). The steering committee has been gathering data and conducting surveys to help define the focus of its work as Fort Zumwalt creates its guiding document for the next three years. At the Feb. 7 forum (next Tuesday), participants will hear from the committee about its work so far and have the opportunity to ask questions about the CSIP process and the district’s goals. https://app.peachjar.com/flyers/2404281/schools/94314
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Community Forum: Feb. 7, 2023
A few interview slots remain for FZSD Teacher Job Fair on Feb. 18. Sign up to interview at go.FZSD.us/JobInterview Benefits, Benefits, Benefits. Paid Time Off. Leadership opportunities. @MizzouEducation @TrumanState @MOStateCOE @HarrisStowe @LindenwoodU @umsl @siue
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Teacher Job Fair Feb. 18, sign up for an interview at go.FZSD.us/JobInterview
Checking in at @ZumTwinChimneys as first graders tackle the Hour of Code. Technology teacher Rachel Boucher finds a way to create space for students to work on their own while providing support to each as she crosses the room. After about 15 minutes working out how patterns in the game build the code they need to reach the next level, Boucher asks them to remove their headphones so they can check in. Students are able to name their emotions (frustrated, confused, OK) and the class takes turns sharing opinions on the game. “I’d rate it a five,” one student says with a small eye roll, adding that the game would have rated higher if Level 22 had been cleared. Others agree, and are excited to learn they weren’t the only ones to get stuck on 22. With the feedback, Boucher changes course, creating time to collaborate and problem solve, laying the foundation for #21stCenturySkills. #TeacherProud #careerteched
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
1st graders work with their teacher and each other to advance in a game that helps them recognize how patterns shape computer code.
Rachel Boucher creates independent work spaces and collaborative energy with first graders in her Technology classroom.
A first grader shares coding successes with Principal Tara Goerss while playign a game that used patterns to help create the code needed.
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Search Fort Zumwalt School District in your app store. Select ALLOW notifications. In SETTINGS pick your default school and turn notifications on
Jan. 30, 2023, will be an AMI day in Fort Zumwalt School District. Students grades 6 - 12 should log in to Canvas. Students grades Pre-K - 5 should complete AMI packet No. 1. Remember, AMI Days do not have to be made up. Get all you need to know at go.FZSD.us/AMIDays.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
1-30-23 AMI DAY go.FZSD.us/AMIDays
Jan. 30, 2023, will be an AMI day in Fort Zumwalt School District. Students grades 6 - 12 should log in to Canvas. Students grades Pre-K - 5 should complete AMI packet No. 1. Remember, AMI Days do not have to be made up. Get all you need to know at go.FZSD.us/AMIDays.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
1-30-23 AMI DAY go.FZSD.us/AMIDays
Weekend to-do list: Laundry. Study. Sign up for FZSD Teacher Job Fair! Sign up to interview at go.FZSD.us/JobInterview before Monday comes back around. You can interview to #Work4FZSD in 2023 @MizzouEducation @TrumanState @MOStateCOE @HarrisStowe @LindenwoodU @umsl @siue
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Teacher Job Fair Feb. 18, sign up for an interview at go.FZSD.us/JobInterview
Checking in before break at Twin Chimneys. Amy Houston’s fourth-graders were trying to wrangle a science lesson inspired by a story they read about cowboys. Working in teams to engineer a lasso out of plastic shopping bags, the students had to design and test their creation and throwing technique on their chairs. While none of the throwing techniques matched those they had read about, several managed to rustle up their runaways and bring them back to the herd. #TeacherProud
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Fourth-grade teachers helps students with the math of their lasso design
Crossing curriculum: Students designed lassos with plastic bags and tested their success wrangling chairs after reading a story about cowboys.
Student & Teacher High five celebrating success
No School Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023. Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023 will be a traditional SNOW DAY in Fort Zumwalt School District. All students, teachers and staff (other than 12-month employees) will be off Wednesday, Jan. 25, due to inclement weather. Just a reminder, this means the day will have to be made up at the end of the school year. Again, Jan. 25 will be a traditional snow day in Fort Zumwalt School District.
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Snow Da y  Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023
Keeping an eye on the forecast? We are, too. Check out go.FZSD.us/AMIDays for inclement weather plans. Then, download the FZ app, free for Apple/Android. Go to settings, subscribe to your schools and turn on notifications so you get important info when you need it. Tell a friend!
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Three to Know: Inclement Weather Days 2022-2023
Why are flags at half-staff? By order of the President, flags at all government buildings will fly at half-staff until sunset Thursday in honor of the victims in Monterey Park, CA. See the proclamation: bit.ly/3HreGnO
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Flags at half-staff for victims in Monterey Park, CA