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100th Day of School

Our 1st graders celebrated the 100th day of school today! They were super excited to celebrate with Dr. Hayward! They especially liked sharing their names on the banner! Congratulations on working hard first graders!

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Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration for the 2021-2022 school year will be held at the Fredericktown Board of Education located at 117 Columbus Road on Thursday, April 22nd and Friday, April 23rd. During this time, guardians will complete registration paperwork while students complete a kindergarten screening. The registration and screening process should take approximately 45 minutes to complete. Our staff and teachers look forward to meeting you and your child.

You can get your registration packet and schedule an appointment by contacting Nicky Gaddis (Elementary Secretary) at 740-694-2781.

Crunch Out Knox County

Congratulations to Fredericktown's Crunch Out Knox County Winners:

FREDERICKTOWN 4th GRADE CLASS ESSAY WINNERS:
Mrs. Boone/Mrs. Snyder Class: Harrison Kissel
Mrs. Shrimplin Class: Ashley Whaley
Mr. Kruger Class: Nadia Kershner

OVERALL FREDERICKTOWN WINNER: Nadia Kershner

OVERALL KNOX COUNTY WINNER: Nadia Kershner

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Crunch Out Knox County teaches 4th grade students in Knox County Schools about making healthy food choices and getting physical activity every day.  Information about 5-2-1-0 is shared and reviewed throughout the six-week fall program. Healthy nutrition and physical activity are believed to be the two most important contributors in stopping the recent increase in childhood obesity across the country. Local statistics reveal that almost one-third of Knox County children are overweight or obese. This is not a weight-loss program, it is a nutrition and physical education wellness program. Education and practice are the best way to create healthy habits.

FEA T-Shirt Sale

Back By Popular Demand until February 28th.   

The Fredericktown Education Association is excited to announce the winning artists for the new spirit wear shirts. For grades K-5, the overall winner was 4th grader Diesel Beheler, with a new “Freddie Nation” design. The overall winner for grades 6-12 was 11th grader Emily Rook, with a new “Freddies” design. Shirts will be available for purchase online here united February 28th. If you choose to have your order shipped to the school, there is no shipping charge. More information can be found on the store website about this. Each year, FEA awards a scholarship to an individual pursuing education. Proceeds from the T-Shirt sale will go to support the Fredericktown Education Association Scholarship Fund. FEA thanks you for your support in helping our future educators achieve their dreams.

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