It's official! Congratulations to the Hope High Class of 2024!
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Seniors take a break on Olympic Day
Seniors work together to walk planks forward in team building exercise
Seniors celebrate a student's award
Seniors take a break from the work at Empty Bowls, a November tradition at Hope High
S/O and congrats to our students studying through Lewis & Clark Tech and our apprenticeship program They brought home 8 gold medals from the state SkillsUSA competition and six earned trips to nationals! Learn more: https://www.fz.k12.mo.us/article/1524606
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
SkillsUSA medals
For the 10th consecutive year the East High Student Council has been named Honor Council by Missouri Association of Student Councils. Honor Councils are recognized for their “comprehensive program in promoting student activities and student leadership” which include: school service, school spirit; community service; student and teacher recognition; and leadership training activities. Only 58 Missouri student councils earned the recognition this year.
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Congrats FZE StuCo! 10 years as an Honor Council
Have you noticed those Soles4Souls collection boxes in local retailers? Did you know support for this non-profit is helping kids right here in #FZSD? Soles4Souls is partnering with the district, providing new shoes for students in need. “It means so much to the kids to be able to pick them out for themselves,” says Deanna Kruse, Coordinator of Homeless & Residency Services, who helped secure the partnership with Soles4Souls to make shoes available in sizes for any age. If you or someone you know is an FZSD family in need, please contact your school Mental Health Professional to connect with community resources. #FZEquipToExcel
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
students tying on new tennis shoes
For the fourth consecutive year, our four high schools have been recognized as Project Lead The Way (PLTW) as Distinguished Schools. #PLTW is a national curriculum that offers students hands-on learning in biomedical science, engineering and computer science. Participating students have the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school. PLTW recognizes Distinguished Schools for their commitment to increasing student access, engagement, and achievement in their PLTW programs. Congrats!
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
PLTW Distinguished High School logo
The annual FZ Art Show is open 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Professional Development Center today and tomorrow, and from 9 a.m. - Noon on Friday.
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Art show poster featuring high school mascots
#FZCommunity we’ve done it again! For the seventh consecutive year our #FZSD high schools are again among America’s Best according to US News & World Report, and among the Top 20 high schools in Missouri. Partnering to ensure we Educate, Empower and Equip Students to Excel.
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
4 FZ High Schools Among America's Best
When 2024 Educator of the Year Jennifer Kist, a special education teacher at the Early Childhood Center, visiting 2024 Employee of the Year Zach Miller, a diesel mechanic, at the Transportation Center, she learned more about the work that makes it possible to transport thousands of students each day. Like many, Kist was impressed when she heard about Transportation’s tradition of excellence. Congratulations and thank you to our Transportation Team, who scored a 100% on the annual Missouri State Highway Patrol Safety Inspection again this year. It is the 22nd consecutive year the team has earned the Missouri Highway Patrol Fleet Excellence Award for safety, only given to those who score 90 percent or better on the inspection. In January, the team was down to one mechanic, Miller, who was working with five unfilled positions. Thankfully, they were fully staffed when, in mid-March a hail storm knocked out windshields, safety lights, and turn signals. With spare parts on hand, our mechanics had those buses repaired and back on the road without missing a single stop.
2 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Educator of the Year Jennifer Kist visited Employee of the Year Zach Miller at the Transportation Center and they got a pic in front of  a bus
⚠️ Due to the forecast of severe weather, all afterschool and evening events will be canceled today, May 8, 2024, in the Fort Zumwalt School District.
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
FZSD Alert
Always there for us. School nurses take the lead in caring for students while they are at school. From the little things to the big plans they empower student wellness and make school a supportive, welcoming place. Thank you! #FZEquipToExcel
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Thank You Nurses: National School Nurses Day
Thank you teachers! From the first day of Pre-K to the walk across the graduation stage, you are there for our students, their families and our community as you educate, empower and equip the workforce of tomorrow to excel. #FZEquipToExcel #ThankATeacher
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
National Teacher Appreciation Day: Thank you Teachers!
They serve an average of 9,000 meals each day, empowering learning from ages 3 to 18. Together, the teams in our 25+ kitchens have averaged a 99.76% on their 56 kitchen inspections. Thank you to our School Lunch Heroes! #FZEquipToExcel
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Thank You Student Nutrition: School Lunch Hero Day May 3, 2024
These 4th and 5th graders were taking on the litter problem when they created their entry for MoDOT’s No MOre Trash! Trash-Can-Decorating Contest. But when Bob Becker, St. Louis District Manager for MoDOT visited the Twin Chimneys Elementary Media Production Club, they were stunned when he told them how big the problem is. He shared that the department spent $13 million last year cleaning up litter, dropping jaws and bugging out eyes. “It’s not just that litter looks bad,” he told students. “It’s bad for the environment and it’s a safety hazard. It clogs drains and water collects on the roadways. That’s why it’s important to create awareness of the problem.” He praised their entry and stopped for a photo with a check for $200 the club can use for tools for their projects in the future.
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
4th & 5th graders pose with their winnings from a MoDOT awareness campaign. The giant check is made out for $200.
4th & 5th graders decorated a 30-gallon trash can and entered the Ghostbusters theme in the MoDOT No MOre Trash! Trash-Can-Decorating contest.
S/O to @ZumwaltWest Maddie Wolff who designed this year's flyer for the annual district art show. K-12 work will be on display May 15-17 at the Professional Development and Technology Center. Times are on our website calendars. https://www.fz.k12.mo.us/events?id=27116405
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
2024 District Art Show 5.15 - 5.17 at Professional Development Center
How do you grow graduates interested in STEM? You start by showing little learners all the things STEM can be. At St. Peters Elementary, Science Day was a school-wide hands-on exploration, including activities led by visiting teachers from DuBray Middle and East High. There was even a “lab” with East High’s Project Lead The Way fourth-year Biomedical students. Each year, East High teacher Carrie Stowers and her students work to connect with the community. This year that meant inspiring future explorers by using simple items from the kitchen (and some super-cool goggles) to illustrate how compounds react to each other. #FZCommunity #FZEquipToExcel
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
With her goggles on, a student listens intently to the high schooler leading the science lab
Goggles secured, a student watches as the chemical reaction between citric acid and baking soda bubbles up on a lemon slice
A high school students smiles wide as she sees the excitement in the elementary students
High school students explain the process as goggled elementary students wait for the final component of the experiment
It's National Public School Volunteers Appreciation Week. Thank you volunteers for sharing your time and talents as we partner to educate, empower and equip students to excel!
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Volunteers pause just long enough for a picture as they serve staff at their school lunch
Each day our Administrative Pros keep our offices running, supporting students, families and staff and ensuring everyone has what they need to educate, empower and equip students to excel. Thank you for supporting teaching and learning each day!
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Thank You Administrative Pros!
We look forward to see you tomorrow at the FZ Education Foundation Annual Grow Your Own Teacher 5K and Fun Run. 8 a.m. at North High Sign up now: bit.ly/4cO7bF8 Donate Now: bit.ly/43UCsSY Learn More: go.FZSD.us/GYOT
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Annual 5K & Fun Run sign up at bit.ly/4c07bF8
Each year thousands of pieces of student art are entered in the @stlsymphony Picture the Music contest for students grades K - 6. The Top 100 are recognized at a ceremony and featured in a traveling art exhibit. See it through April 21 @stlartmuseum The exhibit will be open April 23 - May 5 @butterflyhousestl To see the full list of 17 #FZSD elementary school artists in the Top 100, and link to the Picture the Music online gallery, head to go.FZSD.us/Arts and scroll down to Picture the Music.
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Student poses with her Top 100 piece
Student poses with her Top 100 piece
Student poses with his Top 100 piece
Student poses with his Top 100 piece
We started the week focused on the sun and moon, we finish focused on #FZJoy All-Stars. Congrats to Early Childhood Special Education teacher Jen Kist, FZ Educator of the Year, and to Diesel Mechanic Zachary Miller, FZ Employee of the Year! The celebration is just beginning!
3 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Jen Kist, Educator of the Year, poses with adminstrators
Zachary Miller, Employee of the Year, poses with administrators