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Immunization Requirements for 2017-18 School Year

The following are the required immunizations, from the Ohio Department of Health for the following:

Summer Food Program

In regards to the summer food service program, Fredericktown does not have a site. The following locations have open participating program sites, so if your child receives free or reduced lunch this school year, they may go to any of these locations and receive a free lunch.

The locations in Knox County are:

1. Colonial Estates
1100 Coshocton Ave.
Mount Vernon, OH 43050

2. The Salvation Army
206 East Ohio Ave.
Mount Vernon, OH 43050

3. Vernon Ridge Apartments
700 Follin Ave.
Mount Vernon 43050

ACE Award Banquet

Awards Picture

FHS Senior Nancy Avery, second from right, is pictured with three other county students who were recognized at an Exchange Club of Mount Vernon/Knox County ACE Award banquet today. The annual ACE Award recognizes high school students who have made a dramatic change in performance during high school and are planning to attend college. These students have overcome great physical, emotional and/or social obsticles. Nancy plans to attend Mount Vernon Nazarene University in the fall.

Knox County Spelling Bee Competition

Students in grades 5-8 competed in our school spelling bees in this winter.  Each participant did a wonderful job.  Congratulations to our winners and runner-ups in each grade!  Our fifth grade champion, Brandon Cobb, went on to win the 57th Annual Knox County Spelling Bee in round 16 by correctly spelling “malacca.”  Brandon is also hoping to qualify for the Regional Spelling Bee which will take place at Ohio University in March.  

Spelling Bee Winners

Pictured:

Front Row (L to R): Isis Chaffee 6th grade runner-up, Haylee Cunningham, 5th grade runner-up, Brandon Cobb, 5th grade champion, Cameron McVay 6th grade champion, Brady Van Houten 7th grade champion


Back Row (L to R):  Makayla Scott 7th grade runner-up, Gwen Sparks 8th grade runner-up, Andrea Jacques 8th grade champion

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