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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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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!

FHS Getting an Ohio Historical Marker

Superintendent Matt Chrispin announced the Local History Service Department at the Ohio History Connection approved Fredericktown Local Schools’ application for an Ohio Historical Marker. In addition, the district was one of ten applicants to receive a $750 grant to be applied towards the historical marker.

A total of 31 applications for grants were received, so the competition was significant. FFA emblem The bronze marker will be titled ‘Home of the FFA Jacket’ and highlight the district’s iconic contribution to the national organization. A dedication ceremony will be held at a date to be determined in May 2018 at Fredericktown High School.

Board President Candi Gallagher remarked, “The Fredericktown Board of Education is very excited and honored to be selected for this historical marker to commemorate the “Home of the FFA Jacket.” Our chapter is a strong and vital part of our school and community. We are very proud of Dr. Gus Lintner, who as the Fredericktown FFA advisor, created the famous blue corduroy jacket that his members of the then FFA Band, and part of the local Chapter wore to their Kansas City Convention.”

Cafeteria Charge Policy

The food service department is pleased to offer breakfast and lunch to all students. Applications for free or reduced priced meals are available at each school office and on the school web site www.fredericktownlocalschools.com. Applications may be filled out ANY time during the school year!

We understand that occasionally a child may forget his/her lunch money therefore we allow students to charge a meal under the following guidelines:

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