The Missouri Association of School Personnel Administrators (MO-ASPA) recently announced its Human Resources Administrator of the Year, Fort Zumwalt School District Executive Director of Human Resources Erin Williams, center. Williams, who joined the district in 2018, has been integral in helping Fort Zumwalt navigate the tight hiring market of the past few years. From her creativity in recruitment techniques to her willingness to be a resource for the 1,500-plus support staff personnel she serves, Williams has shown a commitment to the Fort Zumwalt community and a relentless positivity about what it means to serve students each and every day. She has been an advocate for those in support staff categories, serving as a voice in improving salaries and work-life balance and striving to recruit the highest caliber candidates she can for the district’s transportation, custodial, student nutrition, clerical and special education departments. Congrats!
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Williams, center, accepts award from state rep, right. Deputy Superintendent also shown
Catch the first #FZSupt Update from Dr. Myers right here in the FZ app! We post every episode right here so you can tune in with one click. Dr. Myers checks in on the start of the school year and shares a behind-the-scenes peek on how our students seized the opportunity to meet with Gov. Parson. Scroll down, or click through to our website here: go.FZSD.us/FORTiTUDEonair
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
#FZSupt September update
If you give a student a cookie, they might enroll in a culinary class. If you teach a student in culinary class: You educate them in math, science, & best practices. You empower them to create, collaborate & problem solve. You equip them to cook at home or go pro. And, when you equip them to cook, they might make you a cookie. Thanks, Hope High Culinary II students!
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Cookies cool on the tray at Hope HIgh Cullinary class
Hope  high  culinary  students  work  to  set  the  kitchen  right  while  the  cookies  bake.
teacher  margaret  moore  and  students  discuss  the  ways  baking  can  go  wrong.
as  the  cookies  come  out  of  the  oven,  students  determine  how  cooling  time  impacts consistency.
Tune in Sunday to Dr. Myers' first Superintendent's Update on the FORTiTUDE podcast. Just search FORTiTUDEonair where you get your podcasts or go to fz.k12.mo.us.
7 months ago, FORTiTUDE podcast
Coming Sunday #FZSupt September Update 2023
Thanks to @stcregchamber for hosting the county's five superintendents, including #FZSupt Dr. Paul Myers. They shared updates from their school districts, had one-on-one discussions with patrons, and got pics with @scccapstech students exploring business careers. #FZCommunity
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
St. Charles County Superintendents updated the business community at Chamber meeting
Centers for Advanced Professional Studies students from FZSD high schools stopped Dr Myers for a picture
The 5 school districts' superintendents each had a chance to update the community
Dr. Myers had time to chat one-on-one with patrons at St. Charles Regional Chamber
Today we salute our IT Professionals! This team keeps the Fort secure; keeps our many software platforms humming and keeps those ChromeBooks (and several thousand other devices!) in shape. Thanks for all you do to Educate, Empower and #FZEqupToExcel
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Our IT Pros set up a help desk for our new educators on their orientation day
In his quiet office, middle school IT Pro repairs student chromebook
Out from behind the scenes, our tech team at the back to school pep rally
What happens when teachers break math into building blocks? Students build a solid foundation in math one skill at a time. Learn more about how students K - 8 are working together, learning to communicate, solving problems and having fun in our latest podcast. bit.ly/3EvkFWl
7 months ago, FORTiTUDE podcast
Boy celebrates solving a problem with his teacher. Third graders work cooperatively to capture squares.
Kindergartener build numbers and an understanding of addition.
The Hawthorn Elementary Cafe Crew is helping us answer an important question: YES! We still serve rectangular pizza, just the way you loved it when you were in school! Want to come back to school as a member of our amazing Student Nutrition team? Apply at go.FZSD.us/WorkForFZSD
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
HES cafe crew poses together to show off our amazing rectangular pizza
Today flags are at half-staff in remembrance of 9.11.2001. We also make time to recognize Emergency Services Day with appreciation, respect, and gratitude for all public safety personnel. Thank you for your service to our community.
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
9.11.01 We remember
There are so many ways to explore music in #FZSD! From movement and instruments in elementary, to choosing an instrument in middle school to stepping up to the new tympani at FZS, our musicians discover rhythm and teamwork. It will be concert season before you know it. Be sure you download the Fort Zumwalt app and subscribe to your school to keep up with the events calendar. #FZEquipToExcel
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
LCE music teacher Mr. Isreal playes guitar as he guides 4th graders through the world's percussion instruments.
WES music teacher Ms. Brown leads students in rhythm and movement as they sing
Sixth grade trumpet players set to work learning to buzz their mouthpiece the first week of school
A percussionist steps up to the three shiny, copper colored tympani in the FZS band room
Back-to-school have you wondering when to enroll your Kindergartener for fall 2024? Bookmark go.FZSD.us/Kindergarten and set a reminder for January. Check-in with #FZSD for updates on Kindergarten enrollment, Fall 2024. Students must be 5 years old on or before 7/31/2024
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
A Kindergartener holds a PlaDoh cake up to share with her teacher
Do you have the time, experience and desire to step in to help make educational decisions for a child with an Individualized Education Plan when the child's parent is not available or cannot be located? Each year hundreds of Missouri students need a caring adult to serve as an educational surrogate. Learn how you can help: /o/fzsd/page/education-surrogates
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Meet Ms. Ballmann, the #FZSD 2019 Educator of the Year was one of the first to graduate from our Grow Your Own Teacher program. She and 16 other FZ teachers have come through the program and 9 more are working on their degrees to join the team. Seniors interested in becoming educators should talk to their counselors about applying. The award provides winners $4,000 per semester and the opportunity to teach in FZ a high needs area (math, science, special ed).
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mS.  bALLMANN  WAS  ONCE  An  FZ  SENIOR  INTERESTED  IN  BECOMING  A  TEACHER.  CLASS  OF  2024  TALK  TO  YOUR  COUNSELORS  TODAY!
Tomorrow, 9/5/2023, is an A day at all schools. Remember to download the Fort Zumwalt app! Tap the Menu in the lower left, then Settings in the lower right. Set default organization to the school you want to see when you open the app. Use the “My Organizations” to add other schools or the district. When you return to the home screen, use dining in the menu to find breakfast and lunch.
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Welcome Back 9/5/23 is an A Day at all schools
#FZSD students have been savoring outdoor recess all week and now they're ready for a long weekend. Enjoy, and remember to get outside and play!
7 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Kindergarten boys play basketball
4th grade friends practice free throws
Hand-in-Hand, two girls explore the playground
A group of girls races across the playground
Thank you @GovMikeParson for visiting our @departmentoflabor certified Zumwalt Apprenticeship Program today at Fort Zumwalt East High. After speaking with three Zumwalt apprentices about their hands-on experiences and their plans for after graduation, he stopped by to check out lunch in the East High cafeteria before joining special guests and a group of social studies students for a ceremonial bill signing. Learn more at go.FZSD.us/Apprenticeships #FZEquipToExcel @MoEducation
8 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
In the East High metals engineering lab, Gov. Parson hears from three student apprentices about the skills they have acquired and their plans for after high school.
The governor shares a laugh with students in a quick visit with students in the cafeteria to check on lunch
Flanked by school district representatives the Governor, seated, signs the bill.
The Governor, surrounded by students and elected officials, gives his FZE visit a thumbs up
For the sixth consecutive year, each of Fort Zumwalt School District’s four comprehensive high schools ranks among America’s Best High Schools according to US News & World Report. Of the nearly 18,000 schools ranked, only the top 40 percent earned eligibility to display a U.S. News Best High Schools 2023 badge. U.S. News “Best” badges are widely recognized as symbols of excellence in U.S. education. The rankings are produced in conjunction with RTI International, a global research firm. U.S. News doesn’t collect data directly from high schools – all data comes directly from official third-party sources. The national rankings for the four Fort Zumwalt high schools put them in the top 21 percent of high schools in the country. The Best High Schools list is also broken out by state and region. There are almost 800 public high schools in Missouri, US News ranks Fort Zumwalt South, West, East and North in the Top 44.
8 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL FOUR FORT ZUMWALT HIGH SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED FOR THE SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR  AS AMONG AMERICA’S BEST.
S/O and thank you to our community partners Compass Health and our team in Student Services and Health Services. In three short days they pulled together our first immunization clinic for #FZSD families. School nurses, administrators and district interpreters helped get the word out to families in need, almost 30 of whom were able to get student immunizations updated at the clinic, free of charge. Families were in and out of the clinic in about 15 minutes, and were so thankful for the service. Thank you Compass Health! #FZEquipToExcel #FZCommunity
8 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Compass Health officials check families in at 1-day clinic to help FZ families in need get student immunizations updated
1/2 Friday in the fall and we've got spirit! Thanks to @FZN_Panthers for starting the school year with a pep rally and @KMOV. Happy weekend!
8 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Boys swim team shows up early with caps and goggles for the pep rally
Seniors on the yearbook staff are there to capture the moments
KMOV's Matt Chambers takes 5 with seniors from the band
Football team makes some noise for the camera
FZN bands bring their gameday sound to the Back to School pep rally
2/2 Friday in the fall and we've got spirit! Thanks to @ZumWestHigh for bringing the energy to the first week of school on air with @KSDK. Happy weekend!
8 months ago, Fort Zumwalt School District
Band, Color Guard, Dance & Cheer at unrise at West High with KSDK.
Students spirit up for the camera, cheering for the Jaguars
Cheerleaders do on-camera interview
FZW Student Council President does an on-camera interview with KSDK
Drum majors take a coffee break as the sun comes up