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Superintendent's Message

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Middle School Dance

The first middle school dance will be held on Friday, December 6, 2019, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m., in the high school commons. The theme for the dance is neon and the dress code will be casual (meaning jeans allowed). For this dance, all profits will be used to buy holiday gifts and clothing items for families in need in the Fredericktown community and/or greater Knox County area. For admission to the dance, students may either bring a new, unwrapped children’s toy or pay $3.00 in cash. Snacks, drinks, and photos will also be available for purchase at 1.00 each. The dance is open to Fredericktown Local School District middle school students only. Hope to see you there!

Marching Band Varsity Show Tickets Varsity Show

Ticket sales for the 2019 FHS Marching Band Varsity Show, "Stan Up and Cheer" are officially open! This show is a culmination of the entire 2019 Marching Band Season featuring our Senior class. Please join us for a night of powerful music, special lighting effects and of course, a "little" bit of dancing! Friday, November 22, Saturday, November 23, and Sunday, November 24.

Time: 7:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)

Fredericktown Elementary Commons

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Recent FFA Updates

Fredericktown FFA qualifies for National Soils Competition

Fredericktown FFA competes in District Soils Competition

Fredericktown FFA takes 13th in State Forestry

FT Precision donates school supplies

FT Donation

As part of their 25 year celebration, FT employees were asked to bring in a school supply to be entered in an OSU raffle and those supplies were donated to Fredericktown students. Pictured above is Christian Toombs, Matt Caputo, Amy Grubb, Brent Garee, Dr. Susan Hayward, Tracy Teal, and Miguel Thompson. Thank you to FT Precision for their continued support of FLS.

Superintendent's Message

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Knox County Youth Recognized for Prevention Advocacy

Chloe Mealey, a member of the Teen Advisory Council of Knox County, has been named a recipient of the Youth Advocate Award for 2019 from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Association of Ohio (ADAPAO). The ADAPAO youthprevention awards honor excellence in and commitment to prevention in Ohio among young people. Members of ADAPAO nominate youth for the award who are engaged in prevention in their communities and around the state.

Teen Advisory Council (TAC) is a youth-led prevention group, representing all Knox County schools, grades 9-12. It is a joint program of the Knox Substance Abuse Action Team (KSAAT) and New Directions Delta project. A junior at Fredericktown High School, Chloe has made quite an impact in her first full year with TAC, said Tina Cockrell, KSAAT program coordinator and co-advisor for TAC. Chloe volunteers for Drug Take Back Days, serves on the planning committee for the TAC Color Run, led a table topic at Youth Leadership Day and traveled to Texas to learn about the Strategic Prevention Framework. “Chloe exemplifies her role as a prevention advocate and role model to her peers,” said Cockrell. “Her dedication to TAC’s mission and her drive to create healthier lifestyles among her peers exemplifies her advocacy efforts.” TAC members actively work to end dating and sexual violence among teens, as well as prevention of alcohol, tobacco and substance use. TAC members receive leadership training, gain knowledge of critical issues impacting teens, learn about the Knox County community, and have the opportunity to participate in professional development and advocacy events. ADAPAO is a membership-based, not-for-profit association that serves as the voice of prevention in Ohio, with a specific focus on preventing alcohol, tobacco, other drug abuse and other behavioral health problems. For more information, visit www.adapao.org. For more information on TAC, visit ksaat.org/teen-advisory-council.

School Closing Announcement Locations

As we enter fog and winter weather season, we want to remind you of our process closing and delaying school.

Making the decision to delay or close school is done with the safety of our students in mind. Road conditions, visibility, temperature, and wind chill are all factor into making these critical decisions. Our goal is to always make the decision to close or delay prior to 6:30AM. 

When weather conditions make it necessary to close or delay school, SchoolMessenger will deliver a recorded message to all student's home phone number that you provided in PowerSchool. Fredericktown Schools will also utilize the following outlets for our school closing/delay information:

Elementary Student Council

Here are the 2019/2020 Elementary School Student Council Members!!
Cooper- Tripp Hoelscher
Parry- Nolen Mull
Blase- Gianna DiSalvio
Damschroder- Addyson Doup

Snyder- Bransyn Lang
Boone - Alanis Bowers
Shrimplin- Truth Yarman
Kruger- Carter Budd

Brake- Arilyn Frazier
Queen - Halie Mull
Gregg - Lucas Poole
Nuetzel - Colton Profitt

Elem Student Council

September 2019 Newsletter

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