District News

FT Precision donates to Special Education Department

Jennifer Kline, Fredericktown Local Schools Special Education Coordinator, accepts donation presented by Megumi Sasaki, Assistant Manager Corporate Support FT Precision Inc. Fredericktown Local Schools Special Education Department would like to thank Toshiyuki Kanamori, President of FT Precision Inc., and Japanese volunteer golfers of FT Precision and its suppliers for their generous monetary donation and continued support of students' developing educational needs.   

Fredericktown thanks FT Precision for their continued support of District

FT Precision continues to be a proud supporter of Fredericktown Local Schools.  On Saturday, October 4th, community leaders gathered to celebrate FT’s 20th Anniversary in Fredericktown. Representing the school district were Elementary Principal Miguel Thompson, Student Services Coordinator Jennifer Kline, and school board members Patty Miller and Tom Seymour.  Also in attendance was retired FTP employee Jim Wagner, who also serves as a school board member.  Congratulations FT Precision and thank you for your support of Fredericktown Local Schools!

Crunch Out Obesity

The Crunch Out Obesity program is for 4th grade students throughout the county.  It takes place during Physical Education class the for the next six weeks.  There is a home component where students will take home an exercise ball and record their excercises weekly.  The students will have incentives for completing the journals they complete at home.  

Please make arrangements to pick up your child’s exercise ball on one of the following days: 

October 20-22 (Monday through Wednesday)  2:45-6:00 pm

Fredericktown Elementary Gymnasium

For more information check out the letter sent home with your 4th grader or contact Ms. Rutherford, Elementary PE teacher.

Fredericktown FFA named State Champion Urban Soils Team!!

Recently, the Fredericktown FFA competed in the State Urban Soils Contest in Licking County.  The Urban Soil Judging Contest is an educational activity designed as a practical way to teach students to evaluate land to determine its best potential use for urban, home site, and other nonfarm uses.  Four sites are chosen to soil conditions that affect urban uses.  Some of the things being judged in the soil pits are slope of the land, flood hazard, soil stability, and depth to bedrock.  Students must also take a General Knowledge soils test and complete a test using the provided Soil Survey book. 

The team swept 1st place in Ohio!!  And they also qualified to compete at the National Soils Competition in Oklahoma City, OK in May.  Team members include(LtoR):  Holly McClay, Jacob Lotz, Ryan Matthews, and Milan Pozderac.   

Overall Milan Pozderac swept 1st place individual out of 184 competitors.  Jacob Lotz placed 4th place individual.  Fredericktown FFA Advisor is Debra Burden. 

News from the Hearing and Vision program at the Ohio Department of Health

Financial assistance is now available through The Ohio Hearing Aid Assistance Program (OHAAP) for families with permanently hearing impaired children from birth to age 21 for hearing aids and out of pocket expenses.

Families with incomes at or below 400 percent of the federal poverty guidelines are eligible for the program. Families will only receive financial assistance by visiting participating OHAAP providers and submitting the Family Application Form.

Please feel free to contact Melissa McCoy at Melissa.mcccoy@odh.ohio.gov or (614) 466-1995 with any questions regarding the OHAAP program.

ACT Boot Camp at MVNU

ACT Boot Camp is a local ACT intervention provided by ACT REVIEW LLC at the campus of MVNU and costs $100 per student. If you are interested, please click here for more infomation.

2014-2015 District Calendar

Fredericktown's District Calendar for the 2014-2015 school year is now available.  Click here to download.

Building Phone Numbers

Elementary Office   -   (740) 694-2781
Middle/High School Office   -   (740) 694-2726
Pupil Services   -   (740) 694-2966
Bus Garage   -   (740) 694-2826
Administration Office   -   (740) 694-2956


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