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2019-20 High School Course book

Click here to download the 2019-20 high school course planning handbook

Elementary Student Council

Congratulations to the newly chosen members of the Fredericktown Elementary Student Council.  The Student Council works with the guidance of their advisors to plan fun events for the Elementary.  

5th Grade:  Delaney Carpenter, Caleb Smith, Cobee Gallogly, Gracie Parrish

4th Grade:  Alexah Hubbard, Kerrigan Murray, Elliott Green, Cruz Bazler

3rd Grade:  Ella Flynn, Jonny Ashcraft, Brooklyn Spence, Titus Tumbleson

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Crunch Out Obesity

Fredericktown 4th grade students participated in a physical activity and nutrition program (Sponsored by United Way, Knox County Health Dept. and the YMCA) during the months of October and November. All students received a free exercise ball and learned great tips about how to get fit and eat the correct portion size of the right foods. The program culminated with an essay contest.

Crunch Out Obesity was created to help kids and families realize the importance of getting fit and eating the rights foods with the correct portion.  

  • 33% of Knox County 3rd graders were considered overweight or obese in 2010.
  • More than 1 in 3 children (ages 10-17) in Ohio are overweight due to lack of exercise and the intake of unhealthy foods.
  • By 2018 obesity rates in Ohio will surpass 50% of the population.
  • This is the first generation that may not outlive their parents.

Congratulations to Graham Overholt, Korbin Rogers, Ava Lodahl, and Haley Lester as this year’s Crunch Out Obesity essay contest winners! The students were to explain how the Crunch Out Obesity program has improved their health through physical activity and better nutritional habits. This year’s Fredericktown overall winner was Graham Overholt!

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