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District News

News from Zanesville City Schools

CANDIDATES SOUGHT FOR DISTRICT CHEF POSITION

Taher Inc., food services provider for Zanesville City Schools, is seeking candidates for the open position of K-12 Chef in our District. Those interested should follow this link to view complete information regarding this position, and/or to apply directly to Taher (this is not a ZCS employment position).

NOTICE

The unaudited general purpose financial statements ending June 30, 2022, for Zanesville City Schools and Zanesville Community High School, are available for review by the public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Zanesville City School District administrative office located at 956 Moxahala Avenue.

 
GREAT NEWS: Through the generosity of the J.W. & M.H. Straker Foundation, our eligible students may now complete their driver's education for just $50 -- and a bonus after they pass the test! Information in the graphic, further information in the press release at right (click it).

MUSKINGUM YMCA BOOSTS BLESSING BAG PROGRAM

The Muskingum County Family YMCA is dedicating funding to assist the Blessing Bag program at John McIntire Elementary School. Click the document at right to learn more about this partnership with the Y.

NEWS FROM FOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Please click here to read an announcement from Food Services Supervisor Vicki Wheeler regarding our lunches and breakfasts.

DISTRICT SEEKING SUBSTITUTES IN SEVERAL AREAS

ZCS is seeking candidates for substitute positions in our custodial, food services, and transportation departments. If you are interested, contact Matt Hittle, Vicki Wheeler, or Jane Ford by calling 740-454-9751 during regular business hours.

UPDATED STUDENT QUARANTINE GUIDELINES

Dear Parents and Guardians,
Zanesville City Schools is committed to the safety and health of our student and staff. The Ohio Department of Health has recently sent out NEW K-12 Student Quarantine Guidelines for “Mask to Stay Option” and “Test to Play Option."
These new guidelines offer an in-school alternative for students who have been exposed to COVID-19 in the classroom or during a school related activity. These changes incorporate mask wearing and testing to reduce the chance of spread of COVID-19 and to reduce the number of students being sent home to quarantine. The Isolation guidelines and procedures will remain the same for COVID-19 positive students and staff.
Please carefully read the new quarantine guidelines (LINKS BELOW) . If you have any questions regarding these new guidelines, please contact Kevin Appleman, Executive Director of Operations, at the Zanesville Board of Education (740-454-9751).
 

DISTRICT SEEKING SUB TEACHERS & SUB AIDES

Looking for a great place to work? 
Zanesville City Schools is looking for wonderful people to work in our school buildings as Substitute Teachers and Substitute Paraprofessional Aides.
  • Substitute Paraprofessional Aide pay is $10 per hour. 
  • Zanesville City Schools has raised the pay rate of Substitute Teachers to $120 per day.
You can choose your building and/or grade level, if you have the proper credentials. This includes a background check and a license for a Substitute Teacher or an aide permit for Substitute Paraprofessional Aides.
For information on Substitute Teacher licenses, please click here.
For information on Substitute Paraprofessional Aide permits, please click here.
For additional information, you can contact Mike Emmert, Director of Human Resources, at the Zanesville City Schools Administration Center.

INSURANCE AVAILABLE FOR CHROMEBOOK USERS

ZCS has partnered with Securranty to allow students to purchase insurance on their assigned device. The cost is $24.95 for the entire school year, with a $0 deductible. ZCS handles shipping to Securranty if there is a claim filed. Act soon – students who do not register with Securranty within 30 days of receiving a device will be subject to the costs listed within the Technology Handbook. Go to this link to learn more and to purchase a policy. Here is a PDF with information, too.

COVID-19 VACCINES AVAILABLE FOR AGES 12 & UP!

COVID-19 vaccines are now available and FREE for individuals 12 years of age and older. Please click this link to learn more about how you can get immunized!

NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION
2022-23 School Year
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Once your registration is complete,
please CLICK HERE to make an appointment
to drop off your required documents. 

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DISTRICT EVENTS

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Holiday Recess | No School

Fri Dec 23 2022
to Mon Jan 2 2023

Jan
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End of 2nd Grading Period

Fri Jan 6 2023
 
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OUR VISION ...
Zanesville City Schools is the premier district in southeastern Ohio providing innovative and progressive educational experiences, where culturally diverse students are engaged in learning and supported by our caring staff in safe and state-of-the-art facilities.
... and OUR MISSION
Zanesville City Schools provides all students the opportunity to reach their full potential and ultimately become responsible, productive, life-long learners, and contributing citizens of the United States of America in a global society.
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