Read together. Lead together. Succeed together! JL Mudd Panther Cubs love to share a good book with a grown up. Did you know investing 20 minutes a day in reading with your students can help them reach their academic goals? #FZReads #LIM #LETRS
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Leaders love to help others lean into a new book
This team in a cardboard jeep paused to share a story with the FZ Director of Special Education
Good morning and welcome back! Today is an A Day at the high schools, a B Day at the middle schools and an A day at elementary schools.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Welcome back! April 10 HS A Day, MS B Day EL A Day
Come out and play for a good cause! The Fort Zumwalt Education Foundation has two upcoming events that support the Grow Your Own Teacher program, which helps put our graduates back in our classrooms as teachers. 5K and Golf Tourney: https://www.fz.k12.mo.us/article/1031422
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Class of 2023 Grow Your Own Teachers at reception. 3 will receive tuition assistance to return to FZ as teachers
Beginning April 1, the Family Support Division is required to restart annual renewals for MO Healthnet (Medicaid) participants. Information about the renewal will be mailed to each participant, HOWEVER, if the participant(s) has moved in the last 3 years they will need to update their contact information in order to receive their enrollment paperwork. If you need to update your contact information, you can do it online or by phone at 855-373-4636. Use the link to the Missouri Department of Social Services website concerning MO Healthnet eligibility renewals. mydss.mo.gov
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
S/O to our paraprofessionals! Students and staff count on you as resources of education, kindness, support and passion and you deliver. Happy National Paras Day!
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Thank You Paras! For your support of our students and staff. National Para Day 04.05.23
It’s #APweek23! #FZSD is celebrating Assistant Principals for all they do! You see them at games, at recess, in meetings, in classrooms, in halls. Today you even saw them side-by-side learning with teachers in professional development. Thanks for all you do!
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Happy National Assistant Principals Week!
April 4, 2023 Students are off. Teachers are in professional development. Polls are open until 7.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Election Day April 4 Students are off. Teachers are in professional development Polls open til 7
Coming Sunday on the FORTiTUDE podcast a conversation with the coach and captains of South High's State Champion varsity cheer squad. Commitment. Leadership. #BulldogArmy @ZumSouth @CheerFZ
about 1 year ago, FORTiTUDE podcast
FORTiTUCE: FZS Cheer coming Sunday fo.FZSD.us/FORTiTUDEonair
We're walking indoors! Join us at 8:30 @ZumWestHigh for the annual Suicide Awareness Walk, organized by Supporting Our Students organization. It's free! First 150 get a free T. We're walking, playing games and more in the FZW gym, out of the wind. #FZSDYouMatter
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
FZSD #YouMatter logo
Due to the severe weather in the forecast, Fort Zumwalt School District is canceling all after school activities today, March 31, 2023, including use of our facilities. Thanks, and have a safe day.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Join us Saturday morning @ZumWestHigh for the annual Suicide Awareness Walk, organized by the members of the Supporting Our Students organization. It's free! First 150 get a free T. Don't want to walk? We'll have plenty of other activities there to help attendees work through their stressors. 8:30 am, April 1, FZW #FZSDYouMatter
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
FZSD #YouMatter
Why are flags at half-staff? By order of the President, the flag of the United States shall be flown at half-staff at all government and public buildings until sunset, 3.31.2023, in honor of the victims of the tragedy in Nashville. See the proclamation: http://bit.ly/3M5dPfc
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Why are flags at half-staff through March 31, 2023? In honor of the victims in Nashville
Public Service Announcement No-excuse absentee voting is available in St. Charles County at two locations. Visit @sccmo Election Authority to learn more: https://www.sccmo.org/410/Election-Authority
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
No-excuse  absentee voting is now open for the April 4 Eleciion.  Visit https://www.sccmo.org/410/Election-Authority for more
Welcome back! We hope you had a restful, relaxing Spring Break. We are ready for the fourth quarter of the 2022-2023 school year! Today is an A day at high schools, a B day at middle schools and a C day at elementary schools.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Welcome Back! 3.27.23 is an A day at HS, B day at MS and a C day at EL
DESE’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Council is asking students, parents, business leaders, and educators to take five minutes to share your general perceptions of CTE programs in Missouri. Your responses will be kept confidential and will be aggregated with other responses to help the Council better understand how stakeholders see CTE in Missouri. This survey will close on April 12. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XHNG7Q7
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Department of Elementary & Secondary Ed: Career Technical Ed logos
Checking in at Emge Elementary where the Student Council finished third quarter with a big project. When the call came from United Volunteers for blankets to help earthquake victims in Turkey, these leaders stepped up to help. Thanks, Stars! #LIM #Habit6
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
S/O to Emge Student Council, shown here with the pile of blankets they collected to help Turkish earthquake victims.
S/O to Progress South Elementary teacher Courtney Simon and her third graders, who hosted and starred in a Living Museum of America’s National Symbols. Creating the museum gave students a chance to dive into research, flex some creative muscle in preparing their display, and practice public speaking, all as part of a Social Studies unit. The students worked alone or in pairs to research and create a presentation on a symbol of our country, from monuments and buildings in Washington, D.C., to the bald eagle, the Statue of Liberty and Plymouth Rock. “I didn’t really get how big it was,” Plymouth Rock shared before the museum opened. “So, I looked it up Google Earth.” Students then had to present their reports to anyone who stopped at their display in the Living Museum, including their Kindergarten Buddy Class. #TeacherProud
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
congrats Ms. Simon’s third graders on your Living Museum!
We are glad to report our phone service was restored yesterday evening. Thank you for your patience.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
We are glad to report our phone service was restored yesterday evening. Thank you for your patience.
about 1 year ago, Fort Zumwalt School District