Hello, this is Dave Hire with an important announcement for all high school parents and staff. We have received information about one additional confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff member at Coshocton High School. We continue to work closely with the City Health Department and anyone identified as a close contact will be notified by the health department as a part of a COVID-19 investigation. We do not believe that any additional students or staff will be quarantined or isolated by the health department. Coshocton High School will remain open at this time. A letter has been posted on our school website under the COVID-19 Information tab directly below the banner at the top of the page. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible. Thank you for your attention to this notification and have a good evening.
4 days ago, Dave Hire
Good afternoon. This message is for all APEX students grades 6-11. Last week, you were asked to complete a short interest survey on face-to-face and remote learning. The results of this survey will help in our planning for the 2021 - 2022 school year. If you have not done so, please take a minute to complete. The survey can be found in our Remote Google Classroom as well as your students email. Also a reminder, tomorrow is our last day of remote testing. Math!! Please report to cafeteria at 9:00. If you have any questions, please contact Tim Jones at (740) 622-9433. Have a great day and GO SKINS!!
12 days ago, Tim Jones
Good Evening! This is Nurse Roberts. This is a reminder for all parents, guardians, and students that first dose COVID-19 vaccines will be given this Thursday April 29th at Coshocton High School at 9.am behind the bleachers in the high school balcony. The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for students as young as 16. Any student 16 or 17 years old must have signed parental consent to receive the vaccine. Parents need not be present as long as we have signed consent for those students 16 or 17 years old. Those students who have signed up have been given the required forms. Please make sure that your student has their completed forms Thursday morning April 29th to receive their COVID-19 vaccine. These forms may also be dropped off in the nurse’s office. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call me at 740-622-5514 ext. 3008. Thank you and have a good evening.
12 days ago, Laura Roberts
Good afternoon. This message is for parents of junior high students at CHS. National Junior Honor Society induction is this Friday (4/30) in the McKinley Auditorium at 1:30. Junior high students with a 3.5 GPA or higher AND also in good standing with the office were eligible. Letters were sent home with inductees on this past Friday. If a letter did not make it home to you and your child meets the above criteria, please contact Mrs. Slusser at CHS today (eileen.slusser@coshoctoncityschools.com). Visitors must enter through the 1st floor GAC doors near the flagpole. Masks and social distancing must apply. Thank you.
12 days ago, Grant Fauver
This message is for all parents of Face-to-Face & Remote Learners at CHS. A reminder that our last week of testing is next week beginning Mon (4/26) & Tues (4/27) for F2F students in grades 7-10. Students will have End of Course tests in Math. Please arrive at the regular start time. Non-testers may arrive at school on a 2-hr delayed start both days (9:40) . Remote students will attend CHS on Wed (4/28) from 9-2pm. We will feed them lunch in between parts 1 & 2. Please come to school with a fully-charged tablet. Thank you for your help & support these past couple of weeks! If you have any further questions, feel free to call or email me (grant.fauver@coshoctoncityschools.com). Have a good evening and GO SKINS!!!
16 days ago, Grant Fauver
Good evening, this is Tony Meiser, CES Assistant Principal and your remote learning contact with an important announcement for all remote learners. For next school year, we want to be able to provide an online option for our students, but we also have learned some lessons about how we can best serve our students in an online setting. We have also learned that online learning is great for some but may not be the best fit for others. Therefore, we are beginning to put together a process for working with parents who are interested in online school to determine if it is the best option for their student. Please respond to the question below with what you are interested in by Friday April 23rd. If you have multiple students in online learning, please respond to the survey one time for each student, as we understand you may want different options for your different students. Thank you in advance for your participation. This information is important for us in planning for your student's success. As always if you have any questions or concerns don’t hesitate to contact me at the school at 740-622-5514 or by email at tony.meiser@coshoctoncityschools.com. #coshoctonpride https://forms.gle/h7heAEkfTEvhHdqm8
18 days ago, Tony Meiser
This message is for all remote learners and parents of remote learners at CHS. The second day for End of Course testing is today. Remote learners must report to the 4th floor Cafeteria entrance at 9 am. We are testing Science and Social Studies (Science 8, Biology 10, American History 9, Government 10). Remote students who have only one exam today may leave at approx. 11 am if they have transportation. Students with two exams will test in the morning and afternoon, then be released at 2 pm. Students should bring a fully-charged Chromebook this morning. Please contact us at CHS with any questions. Thank you!
18 days ago, Grant Fauver
Good Evening, This is Nurse Roberts, This message is for all Coshocton High School parents, guardians, and students 16 years old and older. You should have received a letter in the mail about an upcoming COVID-19 vaccine student clinic that will be held at Coshocton High School. The first vaccine is tentatively being planned for April 29th . I am asking that you please return the letter to school with your response as soon as possible so I will be able to determine how much vaccine we will need to secure. The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for children as young as 16 years of age. Any student under 18 years of age would be required to have parental consent to receive the vaccine. Forms will be sent home with all of those interested. Parents will not be required to attend the clinic with their student. There will be no cost to the family. You are in no way required to have your child vaccinated by the Ohio Department of Health at this time. My hope is to assist anyone that would like to receive the vaccine and save parents and guardians time away from work or other obligations. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call me at 740-622-5514 ext. 3008 or email me at laura.roberts@coshoctoncityschools.com Thank you and have a great evening!
20 days ago, Laura Roberts
20 days ago, Jason Olinger
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20 days ago, Jason Olinger
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Good evening. This message is for all parents of Face-to-Face students in grades 7-12 at CHS. A reminder that tomorrow the 19th and Tues (4/20) we will once again operate on a three-hour late arrival for End of Course testing. Students who are testing should arrive at the regular time. Those who are NOT testing may arrive at the late arrival time. Buses will run on their normal schedule. Please email me anytime or call me at CHS during the school day. Thank you and have a good evening.
21 days ago, Grant Fauver
Hello, this is Dave Hire with an important announcement for all elementary school parents and staff. We have received information about one confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff member at Coshocton Elementary School. We continue to work closely with the City Health Department and anyone identified as a close contact will be notified by the health department as a part of a COVID-19 investigation. Coshocton Elementary School will remain open at this time. A letter has been posted on our school website under the COVID-19 Information tab directly below the banner at the top of the page. Also, just a gentle reminder that all students will be on a two-hour early dismissal tomorrow for Staff Professional Development. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible. Thank you for your attention to this notification and have a good evening!
25 days ago, Dave Hire
This message is for parents of CHS REMOTE LEARNERS… Tomorrow, Wed 4/14, is the first day of testing for Remote Learners. Any remote student in grades 7, 8, & 10 who take an English class, must report to CHS for testing tomorrow. If students are providing their own way to school, please arrive by 9am to the 4th floor Cafeteria entrance. A CHS rep will check them in & get them to their testing location. If students are riding a bus please arrive at one of the locations below by the time listed. 8:52 Chestnut Crossing 8:55 Papa John’s/Liberty Church 8:52 Meadows 8:55 New Life Ministry 8:52 City Hall 8:52 South 3rd/Mulberry St. Students should get a good night’s sleep & a good breakfast. Breakfast will not be served at CHS for remote students. We will take both parts of the English test tomorrow, with lunch provided in between sessions. Students will not be permitted to leave early. Dismissal for all remote testers will be at 2 pm. After tomorrow, remote test days are also Wed 4/21 (S. Studies grades 9 and 10, Science in grades 8 and 10) and Wed 4/28 (Math in grades 7-10). There are a few exceptions, so please refer to the individual test schedule mailed to your home last week. If you did not receive a mailing, please contact us at CHS as soon as possible. Students must wear a mask & maintain appropriate social distancing while at CHS. All testing info & recent reminders can be found on our CHS homepage under EOC Testing. Thank you - GO SKINS!!!
26 days ago, Grant Fauver
Hello, this is Dave Hire with an important announcement for all parents and staff. We have received information about one additional confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff member at Coshocton High School and one confirmed case in a student or staff member at Coshocton Elementary School. We continue to work closely with the City Health Department and anyone identified as a close contact will be notified by the health department as a part of a COVID-19 investigation. The buildings will remain open at this time. A letter has been posted on our school website under the COVID-19 Information tab directly below the banner at the top of the page. Also, this is just a gentle reminder that we have a scheduled two-hour early dismissal on Thursday, April 15th, for Staff Professional Development. All students will be released two hours earlier than their normal times. Please see our website for more information and specific release times for Thursday. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible. Thank you for your attention to this notification and have a good evening.
27 days ago, Dave Hire
This message is for all parents of CHS students in grades 7-12. A reminder that we begin End of Course state testing tomorrow and Tuesday for all Face-to-Face students taking an English test. The remaining students who are not testing may arrive at 10:40. The tardy bell rings at 10:45. All students who are testing must arrive at the regular time and report directly to their testing location. Busses will run at the normal times. Any non-testing students who do arrive on the bus will be sent to a supervised location until testing is completed. Please contact me at grant.fauver@coshoctoncityschools.com if you have any questions. Thank you and GO SKINS!!!
27 days ago, Grant Fauver
This message is for all CES Remote Students. We have been made aware that Edgenuity is currently experiencing technical difficulties. It is being addressed and should be up and running soon.
30 days ago, Chris Campbell
This message is for all parents and guardians of CES REMOTE STUDENTS. State Testing begins Monday, April 12, 2021. Please see the following schedule for your student's specific dates. Students are to arrive at the school between 8:45-9:00am through the gymnasium doors. Please bring your Chromebook with you for testing. If you do not have a school issued Chromebook one will be assigned to you upon arrival for the test. Students will take part 1 in the morning, break for lunch and take part 2 in the afternoon. You should plan to pick your child up by 2:15pm. Students may pack their own lunch or we will provide a lunch from the cafeteria. • April 12-Grade 6 ELA • April 19-Grade 3 ELA • April 19-Grade 4 ELA • April 20-Grade 5 ELA • April 21-Grade 6 Math • April 26-Grade 3 Math • April 26-Grade 4 Math • April 27-Grade 5 Math • April 28-Grade 5 Science
30 days ago, Chris Campbell
This message is for ALL parents of CHS Face-to-Face and Remote Learners... More information on transportation for remote learners testing at CHS is on our CHS website. Also for Face-to-Face learners the Late Arrival bell schedules for test days have been posted on the website.( https://www.coshoctoncityschools.com/page/coshocton-high-school ). Once on our homepage click on "EOC Testing" along the left hand side. Keep checking back occasionally for additional updates or changes. We are also sending this via email to all of our students. A reminder that the first two days of testing (4/12, 13) are for Face-to-Face students in grades 7-10 English. Remote learners who are taking an online English class in grades 7, 8, & 10 will report to CHS all day on Wed (4/14). Call or email me (grant.fauver@coshoctoncityschools.com) with any questions about testing. Have a good day. GO SKINS!!!
about 1 month ago, Grant Fauver
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about 1 month ago, Jason Olinger
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This message is for parents of ALL Coshocton HS seniors. Please be on the lookout in the mail for information on Commencement on Sunday, May 30 at 2 pm held in our gymnasium. **Please note when you receive this letter that the date is incorrect in the first sentence. Commencement is on Sunday, May 30th.** Upon receipt of the letter, please complete the info at the bottom portion of the letter, detach, and return it to CHS. This will reserve seats for you and those attending Commencement. If you are a parent of a graduate and you did not receive a letter in the next day or two, please give me a call or email me at CHS (grant.fauver@coshoctoncityschools.com). Also, please help us remind each senior to continue to check their emails daily - as that, and social media, will be our main forms of communication about end of the year events! Thank you and have a GREAT day :) GO SKINS!!!
about 1 month ago, Grant Fauver