Welcome aboard or welcome back, whichever the case may be, to all of our North High families! As I have no doubt you are aware, our first day of school is tomorrow, Wednesday, August 15th and school kicks off promptly at 7:25 a.m.
We met with our teachers last week and the time off since May clearly has them rested, rejuvenated and committed to making this our very best year, in the 59 year history of Fort Zumwalt. I hope that this feeling is the same for our students and please know that this all starts tomorrow.
As you will find in this correspondence, we certainly a lot to be proud of from the 2017-18 school year. That being said, there is still considerable room for growth. We want to continue to create the kind of high school that your families deserve and we look forward to partnering with you to make that a reality. One of those areas where we still need sizable growth is one where we can all help out and this is the area attendance. The state of Missouri’s goal is for schools to have at least 90% of students in attendance more than 90% of the time. (Remember: maintaining 90% attendance means missing less than 17 days of school throughout the entire year.) I truly believe this is a goal that is attainable for the vast majority of our student body, but it has to start tomorrow and it has to carry through for the next 174 days of school.
In conclusion, while I am certain that this year will once again be challenging and exciting at the same time, please know that we will remain steadfast in our commitment to help all of our students achieve to their maximum capabilities. Please do not ever hesitate to contact my office with any questions or concerns you may encounter. I wish you and your child nothing but the best for the
The North Sider
upcoming school year.
Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Oct. 5 :
End of First Quarter
Winter Atheltic Practices Begin
Zumwalt North Recognized!
Fort Zumwalt North High School
1230 Tom Ginnver Ave.
O'Fallon, MO. 63366
A Note from the Principal....
With just more than a week of school under our belt, I wanted to take a moment to commend you for your cooperation during our registration process, your support of our Open House and also to thank you for entrusting us with your children. On behalf of the entire North High School Community I can assure you that this is not a responsibility we take lightly.
High School is a very exciting time for our students, as it affords them the opportunity to take part in diverse academic, social and extracurricular activities. This has certainly been the case once again this fall, as I have personally witnessed countless athletic teams, clubs, and various extracurricular groups anxiously preparing for their upcoming seasons and endeavors.
The same can be said for our staff at North High. The start of this school year, maybe like none other before it, has created an energy and enthusiasm that is permeating throughout our entire building and our teachers have returned to school with a renewed enthusiasm and commitment.
I am also extremely happy to report that, even during the summer months, our Panther students, both past and current continued to shine.
Our last day of 2017 with students was May 25th. What’s happened since then? Well…just a few things:
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· Our Seniors hadn’t even walked across the stage yet when we learned that Jocelyn Quiles earned All-State honors in the 800 m run at the State Track Meet and the highlights just kept on pouring in from there.
· The Panther Pride Band performed a rousing rendition of our National Anthem on Memorial Day at the St. Louis Cardinal’s baseball game
· Panther baseball player Travis Dames was named Second Team All-State
· Anna Durnin and Rachel Pudlowski were named to the Class 4 Region 2 All-Region Soccer Team
· Anna Durnin was also named Second Team All-State in soccer
· Teddy Hickey and Katie Grimes served as representatives for North High at the MSHSAA Sportmanship Summit
· Our Varsity Cheerleaders earned Gold Ribbons, won the “Top Banana Award” and were named as the “2017 UCA Camp Best Overall Varsity Team” at team camp
· Also while at team camp, Varsity Cheerleaders: Megan Bellanca, Hannah Eisenbath, Morgan Foulks, Bailey Hughes, Aaron O’Neill, and Isabel Stelling were named as All-Americans
· Our Varsity football team found time to volunteer to work for the City of O’Fallon
· Macie Blevins and Connor Hunt represented North High at the HOBY Leadership Seminar
· Cole Sutton represented FZN at the Missouri Leadership Seminar
· Austen King was selected to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s All Metro Lacrosse team
· Theresa Nigus received the award from Arts for Life for Best Featured Actress for her portrayal of Velma Von Tussle in Hairspray!
#4 Best Public HS in St. Charles
The 2019 Best School Districts ranking is based on rigorous analysis of key statistics on millionths of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factions includes state test scores, college readiness , graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, public school ratings and more.
Ranked #33 Best High School In Missouri
U.S. News uses a four step process to determine the Best High Schools. The frist three steps ensured the high school serves all of their students well, using their performance on the math and reading parts of the their state proficient tests and their graduation rates as the benchmarks. For the schools who made it past the first three steps, a fourth step is added which assess the degree to which schools prepare students for college-level work.
Ft. Zumwalt North is ranked 33rd within the state of Missouri. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement course work and exams. The AP participation rate at Ft. Zumwalt North High is 27% percent. For the complete U.S. News Report on Fort Zumwalt Click on the score card to the right.
According to the 2019 NICHE Best Schools Resport, "Fort Zumwalt North is a highly rated , public school located in O'Fallon, MO. It has 1,454 students in grades 9-12 with a student -teacher ratio of 15-1. According to state test scores 68% of students are at least proficient in math, and 87% proficient in reading." For the complete NICHE 2019 Report Card on Fort Zumwalt North, click on the report card below.
2019 Best School Districts in America
Panther Student Spotlight
FZN Scholar Athlete
Congrats to the FZN Varsity Baseball Team- District Champs
Mr. Ted Hickey
Mrs. Kelly Longo
Mr. Drew Spiegel
Freshman Transition Day 2018 was another huge success! Freshmen arrived at North High to be greeted by the PPI Mentors, staff, and administrators. The class of 2022 started their day with the traditional motivational speech from Mr. Sutton, learned the quintessential "Year Cheer," walked through their schedule, and ended their day with pizza in the cafe.
Mr. Jeff Fletcher
Students are assigned a locker, however, the lockers are the property of Fort Zumwalt School District and are subject to inspection by authorized school personnel at any time. From time to time, law enforcement officers will bring in dogs to sniff out narcotics near student lockers and in personal belongings. If a dog alerts officers to a student’s locker or personal belongings, that student’s items will be searched to ensure student safety. Students are responsible for the locker they are assigned and its contents. Students are expected to use the lockers assigned to them and are responsible for damage to that locker.
Welcome Class of 2022!
meet The Principals....
Mr. Joe Sutton
Mr. Gary Pohlman
The Fort Zumwalt School District will not routinely screen for scoliosis. Parents may request screening for their child. Parents should contact our school nurse, Meagan Schulte, to arrange for this screening.
Anyone who missed the original picture day should plan to have their pictures retaken in September.
Date coming soon!
Student attendance is a major part of your child's success. It is important that every student is at school everyday. We understand at times there are extenuating circumstances, but unless your child has a fever, or sick to their stomach, we really need them here at school.
Let's all work together to reach North High's attendance goal of 90/90
For more information on attendance resources and 90/90 check out the links below.
Back to school can be a fun time, but also a time of transition for students and parents. For some helpful information below about heading back to school check out the link below.
Edutopia back to school
Back To School
FZN Counseling Website:
The Fort Zumwalt School District participates in the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. Children from families whose current income has either temporarily or permanently fallen below certain federal guidelines can qualify for free and reduced price meals. The identity of qualified children is completely confidential and the district goes to great lengths to keep these children anonymous from their peers.
Parents should consider taking advantage of this valuable program should their current financial circumstances warrant participation. Applications are available in the main office.
Meet the Counselors..
Mrs. Laurnita McGill
Mrs. Karen Wilson
Mrs. Amanda Peters
Mrs. Becky Sieve
Free /Reduced Lunch
A Message From the Crisis Counselor....
Welcome back Panthers! For those of you I haven’t met, I would like to introduce myself: My name is Becky Taylor, and I am the Crisis Counselor at NHS. I am thrilled for the new school year and look forward to serving you and your student(s).
My role as the Crisis Counselor is dynamic because it allows me to work with students, parents, staff, and outside agencies in an overall effort to support the social and emotional needs of students and families. The beginning of the school year can be a difficult transition for many of us, which is why we want to encourage students and parents to reach out in times of need. A collaborative relationship between the home and school empowers students to maximize their potential and achieve success.
At NHS we strive to provide as many support services as possible for our students and their families. NHS has recently received some very generous donations, which includes school supplies and food. NHS has developed the ‘Panther Pantry’ in order to assist families in need of food. Typically, we send home a backpack filled with food on Fridays in order to provide nourishment to families over the weekend. If you are interested in donating to one of these programs or if you or someone you know may be interested in participating in the backpack program, please contact me at (636)542-7015 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, listed below are some helpful resources that provide intervention and support should your child be in crisis, and in need of immediate assistance. Questions regarding these resources can be directed to Becky Taylor (Crisis Counselor).
United Way: 24 hour referral line for services of all kinds, dial 2-1-1
Behavioral Health Response (BHR): BHR provides behavioral health intervention services including a 24 hour crisis response line, (314)469-6644
Kids Under Twenty-One (KUTO): KUTO provides suicide prevention and intervention services, 888-644-5886
St. Charles County Youth Connection Helpline: 636-642-0642 OR text BSAFE to #31658
Runaway/Troubled Youth National Hotline: 800-621-4000
The Fort Zumwalt Board of Education declares a policy against and prohibits racial harassment. Policy ACA prohibits any oral, written, graphic or physical conduct related to an individual’s race, color or national origin so as to interfere with or limit his/her ability to participate in or benefit from programs. Examples of this conduct can include, but are not limited to, racial name calling, graffiti, cartoons of a negative demeanor, racially motivated harassing, threatening or intimidating comments, and physical acts of aggression. Allegations of racial harassment should be reported to the most immediate administrator or the Title VI coordinator, Assistant Superintendent of Student Personnel Services.
PROCEDURES FOR FILING A COMPLAINT ARE:
LEVEL I: Any complaint should be filed with the Building Principal or the most immediate supervisor. An investigation should be completed within approximately five (5) working days.
LEVEL II : Any Level I decision may be appealed to the Assistant Superintendent of Student Personnel Services at 555 E. Terra Lane, O’Fallon, MO 63366, Phone (636) 240-2072, Ext. 18321. Within approximately five working days of an appeal being filed a written response to the appeal will be provided.
LEVEL III: Any Level II decision may be appealed to the Superintendent of Schools at 555 E. Terra Lane, O’Fallon, MO
(636) 240-2072. Within approximately 10 working days of the appeal being filed a written response to the appeal will be provided.
LEVEL IV: Any Level III decision may be appealed to the Board of Education at 555 E. Terra Lane, O’Fallon, MO 63366, and will be placed as a closed session hearing at the next scheduled Board meeting. Within 30 working days of the hearing the board will render a decision and take necessary actions for non-discrimination compliance.
Nothing in policy ACA prohibits a complaint from being filed with the Office of Civil Rights, 8930 Ward Parkway, Suite 2037, Kansas City, MO 64114, Phone (816)
At the beginning of each school year, per school policy, all North High families should receive information surrounding the causes and effort of earthquakes, as well as the latest safety measures available. This information should have been disseminated at registration. For a copy of this information contact the main office.
Check out the FZN Website
Need More FZN Info? Then check out our website:
Welcome back Panther Parents! We sincerely hope everyone had an enjoyable summer and that you are ready to kick off a great year! It is the goal of the Booster Club to partner with Coaches, Leaders, Teachers, Clubs, Activities, Athletes and Students to help provide ALL clubs at FZN with the resources they need-above and beyond district budget allowances-to keep FZN competitive, up-to-date and excelling in all of their endeavors. We do this through Spirit Wear and Concession sales and we need your help! If you can work a microwave, know your candy and can add (either in your head or on a calculator)—you are what we are looking for!!!!!
Sign up with a friend and make the time that much more fun!!!!
FZNBooster@yahoo.com President: Kim Stuppy
fznbooster club Vice President: Jill Avery
fznboosters Treasurer: Leah Heiligenstein
Spirit Wear: Janet Kellerher
Booster Club Info- Get Involved!
Grad Night 2019
The parents’ committee for the 2019 Fort Zumwalt North Graduating Class will be sponsoring North’s annual chemical-free all night graduation party. This lock-in is scheduled for May 25th and will be hosted right here at FZN.
The primary goal of this party is to provide an alternative to the typical drinking celebrations. We will soon be seeking help from the parents of our entire student body. Plans include games, music, food, door prizes and much more. A party of this magnitude needs the support of everyone. Please be on the lookout for future announcements and help us make this year’s “Grad Night” the best ever!
Important Items to Note......
Don't forget to get involved!
There are many club, sports, and activities for students to get involved.
Student dress and grooming should be neat, clean and in good taste, so that each student may share in promoting a positive, healthy and safe atmosphere within the school district. Student dress and grooming will be the responsibility of the individual and parents/guardian, within the following guidelines:
1. Dress and grooming will be clean and in keeping with health, sanitary and safety requirements.
2. All students must wear shoes, boots or other types of footwear. (house shoes/slippers are not allowed)
3. Items of clothing or jewelry associated with a controlled substance are not permitted.
4. Dress and grooming will not disrupt the teaching/learning process or cause undue attention to an individual student.
5. Class activities that present a concern for student safety may require the student to adjust hair and/or clothing during the class period, in the interest of maintaining safety standards.
6. Students shall not wear the following:
a. hats, bandannas, shower caps, or other non-therapeutic headgear inside the school building;
b. low cut muscle shirts/halter tops/midriffs/spaghetti straps/backless or racer back apparel/sagging pants/short shorts/skirts above mid-thigh (undergarments cannot be exposed including boxers and bra straps);
c. clothing/stickers/ insignias/colors/visible tattoos that indicate membership in, affiliation with, or support of any gang or similar organization associated with violence, drugs, intimidation or other criminal activity (including rebel flags and swastikas);
d. clothing which promotes drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and/or its products;
e. clothing with sexually suggestive messages, messages that promote the occult, or messages of vulgar nature;
f. clothing with holes above mid-thigh, in inappropriate places, or exposing undergarments;
g. jewelry and chains that may be used as a weapon including wallet chains that are 3 inches or longer or that present a safety concern.
7. All high school students must carry their ID badges at all times and present them immediately and respectfully upon request from any staff member. Staff will request to view ID badges when determining or verifying a student’s name.
8. Additional dress regulations may be imposed upon students participating in certain extracurricular activities.
When in the judgment of the principal, a student’s appearance or mode of dress disrupts the educational process, or constitutes a threat of safety, the student may be required to make modifications.
Resources and Info on A+
Where do I go?
For more information, or to get the forms you need see Mrs. Longo or Mrs. Burkemper in the main office. You will find all the forms you need located to the left as you enter the main office.
The A+Schools Program provides opportunities for students to attend community college and state-funded vocational/technical schools with tuition benefits. This program is an excellent insurance program for students to guarantee affordable college education if they meet the high school A+ requirements.
Seniors must enroll in the A+ program before Wednesday, September 12, 2018. Before tutoring/ mentoring students must attend one training session. The tutor trained dates for the year are listed in the box to the right. Training sessions are held on early release Thursdays at 1:00 in the auditorium.
Freshman are encouraged to enroll so they will be aware of the requirements; however, they cannot tutor until they are sophomores.
2.5 cumulative GPA
95% cumulative attendance at graduation
Complete 50 district approved volunteer tutoring hours
Maintain good citizenship
Be enrolled in an A+ school for three years immediately prior to graduation.
Score proficient or higher on the Algebra 1 EOC
Parent's Open House Info on A+
A+ Training Information for students
Seniors must apply by Wednesday , September 12, 2018
Seniors must complete their hours by May 1st(no exceptions)
2018-2019 Training Dates:
August 22, 2018
December 12, 2018
May 15, 2019
A+ Important dates
Please be mindful of our district’s “Parent Portal.” This program will allow you to view your child’s schedule, academic progress and attendance information via the Internet. This can be accessed when it is convenient to you: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you have already signed up, you are active for this year, if you have not, you may retrieve a registration form from our Attendance Office on our campus. (You will need a driver’s license or photo ID.) Once the form is complete, just return it to the Attendance Office so they may have you activated. You will then receive an e-mail containing the parent portal web address and your login information. If you should have questions concerning the Parent Portal please feel free to contact the guidance office.
In order to graduate from Fort Zumwalt North High School a student must complete 24 units of credit in a program that is cooperatively planned by the student, parents/guardians, and the school to meet the needs of the student. The same number of credits are required for exceptional students. Because of the individual needs of these students, alternative educational experiences outlined in the IEP and received in a special education program may be applied toward certification of the successful completion of the requirements.
Minimum Requirements: College Preparatory Certificate
English 4 units English 4 units
Math 3 units Math 4 units
Science 3 units Science 3 units
Social Studies 3 units Social Studies 3 units
Health ½ unit Fine Arts 1 unit
Fine Arts 1 unit Practical Arts 1 unit
Personal Finance ½ unit Health/PE 1 ½ units
Practical Arts 1 unit Core Electives 3 units
Phys. Ed. 1 unit Electives 4 units
Electives 7 units Personal Finance ½ unit
24 units 25 units
Parents can purchase additional insurance protection for accidents that may occur while students are away from school, at home, during the weekends and vacation periods, including the summer months. For information regarding this optional coverage, call the Lawrence E. Smith & Associates Insurance Agency at 1-800-325-1350, or e-mail a request for information to email@example.com.
As required by Federal Law, the Fort Zumwalt School District will release the names, addresses and telephone numbers of students to all eligible agencies, including but not limited to, military recruiters and institutions of higher education that request the information. Parents/Guardians or emancipated students may request that this information not be released by contacting the guidance office at school.
Just a Reminder...
The Fort Zumwalt Education Foundation is a tax-exempt organization established to fund educational programs and projects, which are not in the budgetary guidelines of a school district. We are very excited about our “Grow Your Own Teacher Program.” This program provides college tuition for Zumwalt graduates who plan on going into high needs teaching areas such as math and special education. Participants are guaranteed a job in the district upon graduation. For more information please contact our guidance office.
Parents and students are reminded that parking on the North High lot is directly tied to attendance. If a student falls below 85% for a quarter 90% for two quarters the parking pass will be lost. Additionally, a student may lose their parking pass if they accrue more than five late arrivals in one quarter. Please see your parking contract or a copy of the parking contract on the school’s website for more details.
Those wishing to apply for parking should visit the North High website. A parking application can be found at the following address: http://nhs.fz.k12.mo.us/office/parking/
The Fort Zumwalt Education Foundation
Parking for 2018-2019
· Progress reports are sent out the fifth week of each quarter.
· Parent-teacher conferences are recommended.
· Report cards are sent at the conclusion of each quarter.
· Semester grade calculation – units of credit are earned by averaging quarter grades with the final exam. Finals are not to exceed 20% of the semester grade.
· The cum laude system will be used for recognizing academic excellence at graduation.
· Cum laude system GPA standards after 8 semesters:
Gold Medallion = 4.2 and above = Suma Cum laude
Silver Medallion = 4.0 – 4.19 = Magna Cum laude
Bronze Medallion = 3.80 – 3.99 = Cum laude
· Grade scale:
100 – 90. . . . . A
89 – 80. . . . . B
79 – 70. . . . . C
69 – 60. . . . . D
59 – below. . F
· Class rank will be reported on final transcripts only.
A number of years ago, the Fort Zumwalt School District began a 7-period schedule at all high schools. This schedule will once again be in effect for the 2018-2019 school year. Each school day will begin at 7:25 a.m. and dismiss at 2:25 p.m. with the exception of Wednesdays during 5-day weeks. On these Wednesdays school will dismiss at either 11:55 a.m. or 12:55 p.m. On page 9 of this newsletter you will find a calendar that identifies each day by color. The seven-period schedule consists of four types of daily schedules. A-Days begin at 7:25 a.m. and dismiss at 2:25 p.m. each day during partial weeks and on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday during 5-day weeks. Students will attend hours 1 through 7. A-Days are coded in yellow on the attached calendar. (See calendar) B-Days begin at 7:25 a.m. and dismiss at 2:25 p.m. each Tuesday of 5-day weeks. Students will attend hours 1, 3, 5, and 7 and meet for a blocked period of time (95 minutes) in these classes. B-Days are coded in green on the attached calendar. C-Days begin at 7:25 a.m. and dismiss at 12:55 p.m. on Wednesdays of 5-day weeks. Students will attend hours 2, 4, and 6 and meet for a blocked period of time (95 minutes) in these classes. Teachers will be engaged in professional development work following the dismissal of students until 2:25 p.m. C-Days are coded in blue on the attached calendar. D-Days begin at 7:25 a.m. and dismiss at 11:55 a.m. on Wednesdays of 5-day weeks. Students will attend hours 2, 4, and 6 and meet for a blocked period of time (75 minutes) in these classes. Teachers will be engaged in professional development work following the dismissal of students until 2:25 p.m. D-Days are coded in orange on the attached calendar. If school is dismissed due to inclement weather, the schedule for the remainder of that week will revert to the A-Day schedule. Please use the color coded calendar in this newsletter for daily schedules. students.
7 Period Day Schedule - Please Note Changes for 18-19
More Miscellaneous Information
All students will receive a student guideline packet on the third day of school. They also will attend a presentation in the auditorium pertaining to school discipline. Please ask your son or daughter to see their copy of our discipline guidelines established by the Board of Education. Please discuss this information with them and emphasize behavioral expectations. At North High this year we have made decreasing tardies, overall student attendance and increasing respect and courtesy, priorities. Your help in raising student awareness in these areas would be greatly appreciated. We will also be closely monitoring student driving to ensure that all safety and parking regulations are being followed. Students chronically late to school or disobeying other parking regulations will face loss of driving privileges. We are committed to providing a safe and orderly learning environment for the students and staff of North High.
CRISIS MANAGEMENT GUIDE - All staff members have received a copy of our building’s Crisis Management Guide and have been trained regarding its implementation. A copy is posted in every classroom and procedures will be drilled with the entire student body in the near future and throughout the year. You can feel confident that we, in conjunction with local police and security consultants, have developed a comprehensive plan to prevent and react to most foreseeable crises.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT -Fort Zumwalt North High School proudly sponsors a variety of student activities/athletics that encourage participation in the extracurricular areas. Some of the club activities available to students are not affiliated with our District. These clubs are independently run and do not operate under the policies or control of Fort Zumwalt. The coaches/sponsors for these clubs are not employed by the school district and activities, schedules and games are planned separate from the district calendar. Any questions concerning the operation or management of these activities should be directed to the coach/sponsor or, if available, the regional organization
SEXUAL HARASSMENT -This school is committed to maintaining an environment for its students that is free from sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is prohibited and is defined as unwelcome or inappropriate verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, imposed on the basis of sex, by an employee of the school or fellow student. If a student believes he or she is being sexually harassed, the student should bring the concern to the attention of a principal. The principal will fully investigate the concern and will notify the student and his/her parents of the result of the investigation. If the investigation substantiates the sexual harassment has occurred, the district will take appropriate disciplinary action against the offender. There will be no retaliation against or adverse treatment of any student who uses the complaint procedure to resolve a concern.
Dear North High Parents/Guardians,
Fort Zumwalt School District knows that strong schools are born of strong communities, where schools have regular, clear, concise communications with families. This connection helps students achieve.
We have developed this Channel Guide to help you tune-in to what’s happening at your child’s school and across Fort Zumwalt.
Strong Schools. Strong Community. #FORTifyZUMWALT
Fort Zumwalt News Channel Guide
Parent Portal (On website or Student 360 app)
Who You’ll Hear From: Classroom Teachers, Student Nutrition & Attendance
What You’ll Get: Updates on your child's homework, grades, lunch balance and more
Peachjar Electronic Flyers set account preferences at peachjar.com
Who You’ll Hear From: Your schools and community organizations
What You’ll Get: Alerts to upcoming events and enrichment opportunities
Automated Phone Call or Text ... our first, best way to get information to parents.
Who You’ll Hear From: Fort Zumwalt School District or your principal
What You’ll Get: Emergency notifications, school closures, bus delays, Early Release reminder or update on events at your school. If you miss a call from FZSD, be sure to listen to your voice mail messages.
School Twitter @FZNPrincipal
Who You’ll Hear From: Your principals and teachers
What You’ll Get: Stories of the day, including classwork and student celebrations
District Twitter @FZSchools
Who You’ll Hear From: Fort Zumwalt School District
What You’ll Get: Closures, delays, stories of the day, student/staff celebrations
School Newsletter e-mailed monthly
Who You’ll Hear From: Your principals, club sponsors, parent groups
What You’ll Get: news, important dates, curriculum insights, community connections
Community Newsletter In your mailbox/Peachjar four times annually
Who You’ll Hear From: Your school district and Board of Education
What You’ll Get: news, important dates, student and staff celebrations and updates from your Board of Education
Principal’s E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Who You’ll Hear From: Your principal
What You’ll Get: Updates for parents at your school
District Facebook FZSchools
Who You’ll Hear From: Fort Zumwalt School District
What You’ll Get: Closures, delays, stories of the day, student/staff celebrations
School Website nhs.fz.k12.mo.us
Who You’ll Hear From: Your principals and teachers
What You’ll Get: news, contacts, procedures and calendar information
District Website fz.k12.mo.us
Who You’ll Hear From: Your school district and Board of Education
What You’ll Get: news, contacts, achievements and calendar information
Who You’ll Hear From: Your school, clubs and parent groups
What You’ll Get: Important times, dates and places