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Current News

FFA Updates

Fredericktown FFA Meets the Standards for a Business Meeting

Fredericktown FFA competes in County Job Interview Competition

Fredericktown FFA Attends National FFA Convention

Fredericktown FFA competes in County Forestry Contest

Fredericktown FFA excels at County Soils Contest

Fredericktown FFA members attended the Farm Science Review

Fredericktown FFA Advances to State Forestry Competition

Fredericktown FFA Wins District Urban Soils Contest

Fredericktown Urban Soils team Headed for another National Contest!

Knox County Elementary Students Learning Values of Exercise and Nutrition

Click here for a recent article by Cheryl Splain from Knox Pages

Spelling Bee

Students in grades 5-8 competed in our school spelling bees this month.  Each participant did a wonderful job.  Congratulations to our winners and runner-ups in each grade!  The champion from each grade will go on to compete in the 58th Annual Knox County Spelling Bee on  January 11, 2018. The champions are also hoping to qualify for the Regional Spelling Bee which will take place at Ohio University in March.

Spelling Bee

 

Pictured:
Front Row Champions (L to R): Kristen Cobb (5th grade), Brandon Cobb (6th grade), Megan Roubinek (7th grade), & Emily Rook (8th grade).

Back Row Runner-Ups(L to R): Eliana Kershner (5th grade), Maya Van Houten (6th grade), Jacklynn Bolton (7th grade), & Riley Woodell (8th grade).

 

Kiwanis Good Citizen Luncheon

Senior Aislynn Ray, center, was recognized Monday at the Kiwanis Good Citizen Luncheon in Mount Vernon. Biannually, each county school nominates a student who gives back to their school and community. Aislynn assumed the responsibility for photographing many games and activities to support her fellow students and she also provides great leadership to her yearbook class, all while having a positive attitude. We are proud Aislynn is a Freddie!

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