#FZSupt As part of the state's new report cards for schools, Fort Zumwalt is Mapping Our Future. Throughout the 2022-2023 school year, Jennifer Waters, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, and Dr. Paul Myers, Superintendent-Elect, have led the steering committee for the district's Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP). Incoming #FZSupt shares an overview of the process so far and what comes next. Together Myers and Waters explain "the big buckets," priority items facing the district. The document, which will outline the district's goals for the next three to five years, is due to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education this summer. On major podcast apps, YouTube and at fz.k12.mo.us
Coming Sunday: As part of the state's new report cards for schools, #FZSD is Mapping Our Future. Incoming #FZSupt Dr. Paul Myers and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Jen Waters explain "the big buckets," priority items facing the district. bit.ly/3NhjM9y On major podcast apps and YouTube: FORTiTUDEonair
Celebrating Our Staff: Submit your Shout-Out Today! Our Blue Notes are open for this semester until May 2. Use the link below to send a Blue Note of appreciation, celebration or thanks to a Fort Zumwalt staff member. We'll be delivering them during Appreciation Week, May 1 - 5. Let's make some noise for our amazing staff! Submit a Blue Note Now: https://forms.gle/PnhcrU2JZWSSyiHY7
It was a chilly morning cheering on all the PSE Running Club members! 🥶 🏅 #funrun #PSEsoars
There's no season like show season! "A person's a person, no matter how small." Catch the FZS production of Seussical the Musical tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday night. Break a leg!
Good morning! Today is an Early Release Day across Fort Zumwalt School District. All schools will dismiss 2-and-a-half hours early today. Enjoy the weather!
#FZSD #leaderinme League of Leaders connects high school #studentleaders with elementary students. It's the latest effort in a long commitment to empowering #studentleadership https://bit.ly/3Abii8H #NSLW2023
Phone service has been restored! Thanks for your patience.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but our phone service provider is currently experiencing an outage. We are told service should be restored soon.
Beginning April 1, the Family Support Division is required to restart annual renewals for MO Healthnet (Medicaid) participants. Information about the renewal will be mailed to each participant, HOWEVER, if the participant(s) has moved in the last 3 years they will need to update their contact information in order to receive their enrollment paperwork. If you need to update your contact information, you can do it online or by phone at 855-373-4636. Use the link to the Missouri Department of Social Services website concerning MO Healthnet eligibility renewals. mydss.mo.gov
Coming Sunday on the FORTiTUDE podcast a conversation with the coach and captains of South High's State Champion varsity cheer squad. Commitment. Leadership. #BulldogArmy @ZumSouth @CheerFZ
Due to the severe weather in the forecast, Fort Zumwalt School District is canceling all after school activities today, March 31, 2023, including use of our facilities. Thanks, and have a safe day.
PSE families, join us for PTO sponsored Basketball event Thurs. 3/30 @ 6:30 pm! Dr. Neill is READY to reclaim the winner "trophy" but Mrs. Petty, Mrs. Simon, & Mrs. Davis all shared they are planning to win? Who will win our friendly competition? 🏀🏀🏀#PSEsoars #PSEMarchMadness
Welcome back! We hope you had a restful, relaxing Spring Break. We are ready for the fourth quarter of the 2022-2023 school year! Today is an A day at high schools, a B day at middle schools and a C day at elementary schools.
DESE’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Council is asking students, parents, business leaders, and educators to take five minutes to share your general perceptions of CTE programs in Missouri. Your responses will be kept confidential and will be aggregated with other responses to help the Council better understand how stakeholders see CTE in Missouri. This survey will close on April 12. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XHNG7Q7
PSE celebrated World Down Syndrome Day a little early since we will be on Spring Break next week by wearing mismatched socks #worlddownsyndromeday
S/O to Progress South Elementary teacher Courtney Simon and her third graders, who hosted and starred in a Living Museum of America’s National Symbols. Creating the museum gave students a chance to dive into research, flex some creative muscle in preparing their display, and practice public speaking, all as part of a Social Studies unit. The students worked alone or in pairs to research and create a presentation on a symbol of our country, from monuments and buildings in Washington, D.C., to the bald eagle, the Statue of Liberty and Plymouth Rock. “I didn’t really get how big it was,” Plymouth Rock shared before the museum opened. “So, I looked it up Google Earth.” Students then had to present their reports to anyone who stopped at their display in the Living Museum, including their Kindergarten Buddy Class. #TeacherProud
PSE first grade students were such AMAZING performers at their musical last night! Singing, dancing, and so much fun 💛💙
We are glad to report our phone service was restored yesterday evening. Thank you for your patience.
Our phone carrier continues to work to resolve the problem we are having with service. Should you need to connect with school, please email email@example.com Thank you for your patience.