'FĂștbol Friday Night' is Aug. 18th
More than $5,000 in cash prizes and fun games for kids will be part of the season-opening boys-and-girls soccer opening night on Friday, August 18th, in Sulsberger Stadium. 'Fútbol Friday Night' begins at 5 p.m. with kids games, followed by kickoff of the boys match at 6 between the Blue Devils and Bishop Rosecrans. The Lady Devils will take on the Lady Bishops starting at 8. There will be a silent auction, a cash prize drawing every five minutes, kids shoot-outs during the halftimes, and a $5,000 cash drawing to end the night. Winners do not need to be present to win cash. The $25 cash drawing tickets are available for purchase from any soccer member or participating merchant. Proceeds benefit the Zanesville Soccer Booster Association. 
State sales tax holiday coming Aug. 4-6
The state sales tax holiday for 2017 begins at midnight Friday, August 4th, and ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday, August 6th. For more information on what purchases will be exempt from sales taxation, including a list of FAQs, please click here. 
Coaching candidates sought
We are currently seeking coaches for the following positions (application deadlines noted):
  • Assistant Coach, Varsity Football (July 28th)
  • Coach, Freshman Football [2] (July 28th)
  • JV Coach, Volleyball (July 28th)
Please send application information to Scott Aronhalt, Director of Athletics.

Blood Drive on August 2nd!
We will host a Red Cross Blood Drive from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, August 2nd, in Winland Gymnasium! Our goal is 100 units for the 100 years of the Red Cross. To book a time, call 1-800-REDCROSS or visit redcrossblood.org, and be sure to use the sponsor code ZHS. Give blood. Help save lives. 
Summer End-of-Course Exam Schedule
The summer schedule for administration of end-of-course examinations is as follows. Parts 1 and 2 of each test will be given on the SAME DAY. Students will take a short break between the two parts. A snack will be provided during the break. All tests will begin at 8 a.m. and be given in ZHS Room 102.
Monday, July 17thELA 1
Tuesday, July 18thELA 2
Wednesday, July 19thBiology
Thursday, July 20thU.S. History
Friday, July 21stMake-Up Day

Monday, July 24thAlgebra 1
Tuesday, July 25thGeometry
Wednesday, July 26thGovernment
Thursday, July 27thMake-Up Day
Friday, July 28thMake-Up Day
Code of Conduct meeting 8/2
The first Code of Conduct meeting for the 2017-18 school year is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday, August 2nd, in Winland Memorial Gymnasium at ZHS. This meeting is mandatory for all ZHS and ZMS fall sports athletes and their parents. It is optional for any ZHS or ZMS winter or spring sports athletes and their parents, but it is highly advised to attend this first meeting to satisfy your annual requirement for the new school year. Click here for more information on the Code of Conduct. 
Shopping lists for school supplies are now posted!
Want to get a head start on shopping for school supplies? Our lists have now been posted! Click here to visit our page of listings, or select "2017-18 School Supplies Lists" from the Parents or Students drop-down menus in the upper-right of any web page. 
Summer lunch schedule
Our summer lunch schedule is set. The program begins Monday, June 5th. Click here for the schedule. 
Photo gallery of Commencement now available!
Our school photographer, Leonard Hill Photography, has posted a link to its gallery of 2017 Commencement photos. 
District seeking substitute employees
We are seeking candidates to join our school district  as substitutes in the following employment opportunities:

 Bus Drivers Custodians Teachers
 Bus Aides Food Services Teacher Aides

For more information and to apply for any of these positions, please click here.
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