If you missed the latest update from #FZSupt, tune in now to the FORTiTUDE podcast. https://www.fz.k12.mo.us/article/918775
#FZSD National Merit Commended Scholars are among the top 2-3% of the more than 1.6 million students who entered the scholarship competition! Congratulations to North High's Noah Page, South High's Chavi Khanna and Meghana Sivabalan and to West High's Aidan Copeland, Ekagrah Kumar, Andrew Merkel, Lindsey Weinhold.
Welcome back! Hope it was a restful, relaxing break. Today at: High School and Middle School: A Day Elementary School: C Day Need meal info? Click DINING in the menu on your school website or, download the FZ App, subscribe to your school and click dining there. Happy Monday!
Today we give a S/O of gratitude to our substitute educators. They answer the call and are there for students and teachers when they are needed. Thanks for all you do!
Thank you #FZCommunity! Part 2! Hope High students hosted their annual Empty Bowls celebration, serving up a hot delicious dinner and unique, hand-crafted art to all who attended. The service project supported No Hunger Holiday and the food pantry Cornerstone Methodist Church. Learn more about our students' service and traditions in the newest FORTiTUDE podcast: bit.ly/3A9JvJw
Thank you #FZCommunity! Each year you support our students as they work to ensure neighbors in need have a Happy Thanksgiving. Led by our high school students, they joined forces across the district collecting for No Hunger Holiday. Next week teams of high school students will join forces with volunteers of all ages to package meals for deliveries through No Hunger Holiday's many partner agencies. Learn more about our students' service and traditions in the newest FORTiTUDE podcast: bit.ly/3A9JvJw
Today we take a moment to say THANK YOU! to our support staff, who make sure students and teachers have what they need to keep teaching and learning going strong each day. Have a great day!
#FZSD salutes our Veterans. Thank you for your service to our nation.
Checking in at Early Childhood when new Assistant Superintendent, John Schulte, visited Amy Steinhoff's Pre-K class. Schulte oversees Student Personnel Services and sat with students as they shared an important part of their day when they check-in with each other in Steinhoff's room. The daily activities help students create bonds with each other through playful, one-on-one interactions. The variety promotes language and literacy skills, increases attention span and decreases power struggles. "Our students and staff at the Early Childhood Center were having so much fun during our visit,” Schulte says. “We are fortunate to have such caring adults helping our littles learn, grow, and play!" Helping our littlest learners strengthen communication skills and take their first steps toward being collaborators. The Fort Zumwalt Early Childhood Center: Where Children Learn Through Play!
#TeacherProud It was a great day of learning across the Fort, where students were off but our #LifelongLearners were hard at work in Professional Development. Growing #FZSD teachers grows #FZSD students. Our teachers led colleagues in sessions ranging from English Language Arts to student wellness. Guest speakers were on hand to lead larger sessions, such as the one from Dr. Amber Selking on the power of a positive mindset. Commitment. Collaboration. #FZAllMeansAll @MOEducation @GovMikeParson @EducationPlusStl
Today is Election Day. Students are off. Teachers are in Professional Development. Polls are open until 7 p.m.
Check out FORTiTUDE playlist #21stCenturySkills More on course offerings & student achievements in #FZSD Career Technical Ed pathways. Students, teachers, alum check in to discuss @PLTW, @SCCCaps, ZumwaltApprenticeships.com and more. bit.ly/3Uag5mG @MoEducation @GovMikeParson
Families & students interested in ZumwaltApprenticeships.com and #FZSD @USDOL program: Learn more TONIGHT. 5:30 p.m., 1158 Tom Ginnever, O’Fallon. @ZumEastHigh @ZumSouth @ZumWestHigh @FZN_Panthers @ZumHopeHigh #FZExploreWhat’sNext @MoEducation @GovernorMikeParson
Check out ZumwaltApprenticeships.com today! Informational meeting for families and students who want to learn more. 5:30 p.m., Nov. 3, 1158 Tom Ginnever, O’Fallon. @ZumEastHigh @ZumSouth @ZumWestHigh @FZN_Panthers @ZumHopeHigh #FZExploreWhat’sNext @MoDESE @GovernorMikeParson
https://fb.watch/gwM59LXblB/ Interested in paid, hands-on work,& earning high school credit & FREE college credit? Check out ZumwaltApprenticeships.com Be at our informational event Thurs. @ZumEastHigh @ZumSouth @ZumWestHigh @FZN_Panthers @ZumHopeHigh
There's now season like show season! Catch the final performance of "And Then There Were None" today at 2 p.m. at West High. Check our calendar for upcoming concerts and shows across the district.
Checking in with FZS Industrial Tech and Engineering. FZ students can begin exploring woods, metals and mass media in seventh grade, but high school course offerings expand quickly. Students in the drafting pathway begin with the basics of creating mechanical or architectural drawings by hand and on industry standard software. Capstone projects can include professional certification in 3D Solidworks. Students in woods engineering begin with safety basics. Once proficient, Woods I students create a range of projects that introduce them to tools and techniques they can refine and apply to capstone projects in later courses. Metals engineering students begin with safety basics and, once proficient, create a series of projects that introduce them to tools and techniques they have the opportunity to master in higher level classes. Learn more about Industrial Tech and Engineering in our high school course guide and at ZumwaltApprenticeships.com.
Did you know #FZSD is an @USDOL Certified Apprenticeship Program? Learn more at ZumwaltApprenticeships.com Or attend our special event, 5:30 p.m., Nov. 3 at 1138 Tom Ginnever Ave. #FZExploreWhat’sNext #FZInnovate @ZumEastHigh @ZumSouth @ZumWestHigh @FZN_Panthers @ZumHopeHigh
In his monthly update, #FZSupt Dr. DuBray celebrates the many community events taking place across the district and the power of the connection between home and school. https://thrillshare.com/s/news-fzsd/scheduled_article/baf8f6a5511b6c6bfba8f0a3
S/O & Congrats to the South High Girls Tennis Team, the first Gateway Athletic Conference team to make it to the State Final Four! The Bulldogs defeated St. Pius X in the MSHSAA Class 2 State Semifinals before falling to Ladue in the State Championship. Way to go Bulldogs!