We're All In This Together! The American Red Cross and Coshocton High School are sponsoring a blood drive Friday, March 26th at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites from 11a.m. until 5:00 p.m.  All blood donations will go toward the scholarship for Coshocton High School seniors. Donating blood during the pandemic is as important as ever.  Every donation is appreciated as the community helps save lives and supports Coshocton High School Seniors.  Please donate March 26, 2021 at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites.  You can register by using the link below.  Please call our school nurse Laura Roberts, RN at 740-622-5514 ext. 3008 with any questions. https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive?cid=ohio_south_coshoctonhs&med=referral&source=HSSP&camp=desc
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
Blood Drive
Good Luck to Ethan as he competes this weekend at the OHSAA Division III State Wrestling Tournament. Ethan finished 2nd place in the 120lb weight class at the Division III District Wrestling Tournament last weekend. #CoshoctonPride
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
Ethan
Coshocton City Schools Kindergarten registration will take place on April 14, 15, 21 and 22 from 4-6pm. Please call 622-5514 ext. 3007 or ext. 3009 to reserve a time. You will need to bring your child’s birth certificate, immunization (shot) record, social security card, custody papers (if applicable) and special education paperwork (if applicable). Your child does not need to be present at this meeting. We will be evaluating students on their first few days of school.
over 1 year ago, Tony Meiser
Kindergarten Registration
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. 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.
over 1 year ago, Dave Hire
REMINDER: EXTENDED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES SURVEY DUE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10th, 2021. As part of the Governor's press conference on February 9th, he charged districts with creating a plan to address learning losses related to the challenging schedules and environments created by the COVID-19 pandemic. His initial suggestions include extending the current school year, starting next year early, and extending the time of the current learning day. We want to explore the suggested options and potentially find some creative solutions to meet the needs of our school population. We are hoping to gain feedback from our community to help design our plan to best meet the needs of the students that we serve at Coshocton City Schools. We ask that you take a few minutes to answer some initial questions to help us move forward with our plans. We will be collecting responses through Wednesday, March 10th. CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO TAKE THE SURVEY: https://forms.gle/K9Jb1Jy3hmQEZ34D9 Thank you, Dr. David Hire Superintendent
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
Hello, this is Dave Hire with an important announcement for all parents and staff. We have received information about three additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in students or staff members associated with 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. In order for us to continue to have face-to-face instruction, we all need to remain diligent in our efforts. Please help us and thank you for continuing to practice safety protocols while at school, at home, and out in the community at activities and events. 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.
over 1 year ago, Dave Hire
Hello, this is Dave Hire with two important announcements for all parents and staff. First, this is a reminder that there is no school for all students (both face to face and remote learners) this Friday, March 5th. Second, we have one additional confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff member at Coshocton High School and one additional confirmed case 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. 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.
over 1 year ago, Dave Hire
Good afternoon. This message is for all APEX remote learners grades 6-12. There will be NO REMOTE LEARNING THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 5! All students and staff in the Coshocton City Schools will have the day off. Enjoy!! Just a reminder: Please make sure that your student is logging into APEX every school day. This is how daily attendance is taken for remote students. Any questions, please contact CHS at 740-622-9433.
over 1 year ago, Tim Jones
EXTENDED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES SURVEY: As part of the Governor's press conference on February 9th, he charged districts with creating a plan to address learning losses related to the challenging schedules and environments created by the COVID-19 pandemic. His initial suggestions include extending the current school year, starting next year early, and extending the time of the current learning day. We want to explore the suggested options and potentially find some creative solutions to meet the needs of our school population. We are hoping to gain feedback from our community to help design our plan to best meet the needs of the students that we serve at Coshocton City Schools. We ask that you take a few minutes to answer some initial questions to help us move forward with our plans. We will be collecting responses through Wednesday, March 10th. CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO TAKE THE SURVEY: https://forms.gle/K9Jb1Jy3hmQEZ34D9 Thank you, Dr. David Hire Superintendent
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
Hello, this is Dave Hire with an important announcement for all parents and staff. We have received information about two additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in students or staff members associated with Coshocton High School and two confirmed cases associated with 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. We continue to ask that everyone to practice safety protocols while at school, at home, and out in the community at activities and events. Again, these include the wearing of masks at all times, social distancing, and good hand washing. It is critical that we all stay diligent in our efforts so that we can continue to have face-to-face instruction, and we all need to help slow the spread of this virus. 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
over 1 year ago, Dave Hire
Hello, this is Dave Hire with two important announcements for all parents and staff. We have received information about three confirmed cases of COVID-19 in students or staff members associated with Coshocton High School and three confirmed cases associated with 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. We continue to ask that everyone to practice safety protocols while at school, at home, and out in the community at activities and events. Again, these include the wearing of masks at all times, social distancing, and good hand washing. It is critical that we all stay diligent in our efforts so that we can continue to have face-to-face instruction, and we all need to help slow the spread of this virus. 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 weekend.
over 1 year ago, Dave Hire
Hello 2nd grade families! In honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday we are going to be celebrating with some fun next week. On Monday, it's Crazy Socks Day! Tuesday is Hat Day with Cat in the Hat. Wednesday we want you to wear green- it's Green Eggs and Ham! Thursday- hip hip hooray it's college day! A flyer will come home Monday with the students with this information also.
over 1 year ago, Tonya McVay
Cat in the Hat
MESSAGE FROM THE ATHLETIC OFFICE: The Cheerleading Try-Out Clinic will be held at Coshocton Elementary School on March 8th, 9th, and 10th. Try-Out Night will be March 11th. This is for the 2021 - 22 school year. Anyone who will be in 7th through 12th grade next year can pick up a cheer packet with all the details in the principal's office.
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
This message is for all seniors and senior parents at CHS. A reminder that ALL scholarships are due TODAY by 3pm. Please come to the main entrance and see Mrs. VanDusen. All scholarships turned in after 3pm will be stamped late and may not be accepted by the scholarship committees. Please let us know if you have any questions. Stay safe and GO SKINS!!!
over 1 year ago, Grant Fauver
Hello, this is Dave Hire with an important announcement for all high school parents and staff. We have received information about five additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in students or staff members 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. Coshocton High School will remain open at this time and will continue with our face-to-face instruction next week. 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 reminder that all students will be on a remote learning day tomorrow due to staff vaccinations. Thank you for your attention to this notification and for your continued patience. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible. Have a good evening!
over 1 year ago, Dave Hire
OSBA Media Honor Roll 2020: The Coshocton City Schools Board of Education names the following media outlets/reporters to the 2020 OSBA Media Honor Roll, calling attention to the ongoing responsible and exemplary nature of reporting on this community’s public schools: • Mike Bechtol – WTNS Radio • Leonard Hayhurst – Coshocton Tribune • Josie Sellers – Coshocton County Beacon We express our appreciation for your balanced and accurate approach to sharing with this community both the challenges facing our schools and the successes achieved by the staff and students. Your work has aided this community in focusing on the goal of providing the best public schools we can for every child who attends them.
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
Mike Bechtol
Josie Sellers
2021 CORAS Hero Award: Jennifer Andrews Jennifer Andrews is the recipient of the Coalition of Rural and Appalachian Schools (CORAS) Hero Award. This award recognizes and celebrates a behind the scenes school staff member who goes above and beyond the call of duty with exceptional contributions, exceeding normal expectations, to deliver superior service to the students of the district and the community. Mrs. Andrews was recognized at the Board of Education meeting last week.
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
Jennifer Andrews
March 2021 Breakfast/Lunch Menu
over 1 year ago, Jason Olinger
MarchMenu
CHS TRACK: Any remote student grade 7 - 12 interested in running track for CHS, there will be a sign-up sheet outside the high school office. If you have any questions, please contact CHS at 740-622-9433.
over 1 year ago, Tim Jones
Good Afternoon! This message is for all parents of CES students. Due to the bad weather last week and only one face to face learning day, we will be taking Student Council orders for shirts until tomorrow only.  Again, all shirt orders are due tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 23rd.  Thank you!!!!  Mrs. Wendy Kimberley, Student Council Advisor.
over 1 year ago, Chris Campbell