Good evening, this is Tony Meiser Assistant Principal and Remote Learning Contact for Coshocton Elementary with an important message for our Face to Face Families. With the uncertain circumstances with COVID, we have had several inquiries about learning options for the second semester. If your student is currently face-to-face and you are interested in finding out more information about our fully remote learning programs for the second semester please contact me for grades K-5 or Tim Jones for grades 6-12. We will be happy to meet with you and go over the programs to see if it will be a good fit for your student. You can reach me at the elementary school at 740-622-5514 or by email at tony.meiser@coshoctoncityschools.com Mr. Jones can be reached at the high school at 740-622-9433 or by email at tim.jones@coshoctoncityschools.com As always if you have any questions or concerns don’t hesitate to call. Stay safe and have a Happy Thanksgiving! #coshoctonpride
about 2 months ago, Tony Meiser
Good evening, this is Tony Meiser Assistant Principal and your Remote Learning Contact with an important message for all remote learners. We appreciate all of your hard work and patience as we have navigated this online journey together. As we continue to plan for the second semester, we are asking that you commit to your plan for the rest of the school year. Yesterday your teacher shared with your child the Learning Options Survey for the second semester. If you have already completed this survey, thank you for your timely response. If not, we ask that you do so by Tuesday, December 1st. This will allow us to adequately plan for the rest of the year for both our remote students and our face-to-face classes. Please make sure to submit a response for each student in your household. Again, we appreciate your partnership so far this year and as always if you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to ask. Stay safe and have a Happy Thanksgiving! https://forms.gle/4kYPzkPvmnymfMEHA
about 2 months ago, Tony Meiser
Hello, this is Dave Hire, Superintendent of the Coshocton City Schools, with two important announcements for all parents and staff. First, the Coshocton City Schools will plan to be on our modified schedule when we return to school after Thanksgiving Break on next Tuesday. There is no school for all students on Monday in lieu of Parent/Teacher Conferences. Classes resume on Tuesday, December 1st. Please know that while we will make every effort to keep our doors open, there is always the possibility of needing to go to a fully remote situation on a moment’s notice, especially due to staffing issues and the availability of substitute teachers. We will keep our eye on this situation and let you know of any changes as soon as possible. As always, our scheduling plans can be found at the top of our website, so please be sure to check for any updates during the Thanksgiving Break. Second, I am calling to notify you that we have received information about two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in students or staff members 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. However, in this specific case, it appears that no individuals will need to be isolated or quarantined by the Health Department. The buildings will remain open at this time on a modified schedule. A letter has been posted on our school website under the COVID-19 Information tab. Thank you and have a good evening.
about 2 months ago, Dave Hire
Good afternoon. This is Tim Jones, Associate Principal at Coshocton High School. This message is for all remote learners grades 7-12 at CHS. As we make plans for the 2nd semester, we have placed a short survey in our Remote Google Classroom. Please take a minute and submit your response by Tuesday, December 1st. Your student's remote teacher will also send you this survey via their school email. As always, if you have any questions, please contact CHS at 740-622-9433. Have a great evening and GO Skins!!
about 2 months ago, Tim Jones
Final Reminder: All United Way/STUCO apparel orders are due no later than Wednesday Nov 25. Our United Way connect carts will also be running on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week- so bring your money to purchase goodies and support our Local United Way!
about 2 months ago, Darcy Nelson
This is a reminder for all parents of CHS Face to Face students. A reminder that this week is a 3-day week for school - Today, Tuesday, and Wednesday, due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Today is a Remote learning day for all students, Tuesday is for Group A students only, and Wednesday is for Group B students only. We will resume school with Group A students on Tuesday, December 1. Contact Principal Grant Fauver at grant.fauver@coshoctoncityschools.com with any questions. We hope you stay safe and Happy Thanksgiving! GO SKINS!!!
about 2 months ago, Grant Fauver
Congratulations to Mr. Gary Forbes who received a Board Commendation this evening for his dedicated service to the Coshocton Football Program since 1983. Also pictured is Mr. Tim Fortney, Athletic Director. #CoshoctonPride
2 months ago, Jason Olinger
Gary Forbes
Congratulations to Mrs. Jami Brown, Coshocton City Schools Exemplary Educator for 2020 and a State Teacher of the Year Nominee. Mrs. Brown teaches Jr. High Social Studies. #CoshoctonPride
2 months ago, Jason Olinger
Mrs. Brown
Hello, this is Dave Hire, Superintendent of the Coshocton City Schools, with two important announcements for all parents and staff. First, I am calling to notify you that we have received information about one confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff member at Coshocton Elementary School, and one confirmed case 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. The buildings will remain open at this time. However, please note that the district currently remains on a modified schedule due to this week’s updated County COVID designation of “Red.” Please be aware that while we remain on a modified schedule at this time for next week, there is always the possibility of needing to go to a fully remote situation on the spur of the moment. I appreciate and thank you for your patience and flexibility during this time of constant change. A letter has been posted on our school website. Second, next week is a short week due to Thanksgiving Break, and because we are on a modified schedule next week, Group A students will attend on Tuesday and Group B will attend on Wednesday. All students will be on remote learning on Monday. If you have any questions, please contact your building. Thank you for your attention to this notification. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible.
2 months ago, Dave Hire
Hello, this is Dave Hire, Superintendent of the Coshocton City Schools, with an important announcement for all parents and staff. First, I am calling to notify you that we have received information about two additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in students or staff members at Coshocton Elementary School, and two additional confirmed cases in students or staff members at Coshocton High School. We are working 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. However, please note that the district currently remains on a modified schedule due to this week’s County COVID designation of “Red.” Also, Coshocton County has been experiencing an increase in confirmed cases, and it is critical that we all stay diligent in our efforts and do our part to slow the spread of the virus by practicing social distancing, mask wearing and good handwashing, whether at school or at home. A letter has been posted on our school website at www.coshoctoncityschools.com. On the home page you will find a COVID-19 Information tab or button directly below the banner at the top of the page. Just a final reminder that because we are on a modified schedule this week, our 2-hour early dismissal scheduled for this Thursday, November 19th has been cancelled. There will be no early dismissal on Thursday. Thank you and have a good evening.
2 months ago, Dave Hire
Hello, this is Dave Skelton, Principal at Coshocton Elementary School with a message for parents and students. The week of Thanksgiving we will have a slight change in the hybrid schedule so that students in Group A and Group B will have one day each working face-to-face with teachers. • Monday 11/23/2020 All Students work Remotely • Tuesday 11/24/2020 Group A Students ONLY • Wednesday 11/25/2020 Group B Students ONLY Thank you.
2 months ago, Dave Skelton
Hello, this is Dave Hire, Superintendent of the Coshocton City Schools, with two important announcements for all parents and staff. First, I am calling to notify you that we have received information about one confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff member at Coshocton Elementary School, and three confirmed cases in a student or staff member at Coshocton High School. We are working 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. However, please note that the district currently remains on a modified schedule due to this week’s updated County COVID designation of “Red.” Please be aware that while we remain on a modified schedule at this time for next week, there is always the possibility of needing to go to a fully remote situation on the spur of the moment. I appreciate and thank you for your patience and flexibility during this time of constant change. A letter has been posted on our school website at www.coshoctoncityschools.com. On the home page you will find a COVID-19 Information tab or button directly below the banner at the top of the page. Second, because we are on a modified schedule next week, our 2-hour early dismissal scheduled for Thursday, November 19th has been cancelled. There will be no early dismissal on Thursday. Thank you for your attention to this notification. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible.
2 months ago, Dave Hire
FOOD SERVICE DEPARTMENT REMINDER: **Please click the link below https://5il.co/n1qq
2 months ago, Jason Olinger
Food Service Announcement
Hello, this is Dave Hire, Superintendent of the Coshocton City Schools, with an important announcement for all elementary school parents and staff. As required by the Ohio Department of Health Director’s Order, I am calling to notify you that we have received information about at least one confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student or staff member at Coshocton Elementary School. We are working 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 elementary school will remain open at this time. However, please note that the district currently remains on a modified schedule due to the county’s “Red” COVID designation. This will allow us to have greater social distancing in our buildings by allowing only half of our students in our buildings on any given day. A letter has been posted on our school website at www.coshoctoncityschools.com. On the home page you will find a COVID-19 Information tab or button directly below the banner at the top of the page. After you click on the button, you will see a folder called COVID-19 Parent Notification Letters. Click on this folder to access the full letter. Thank you for your attention to this notification. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible.
2 months ago, Dave Hire
This message is for ALL parents of ALL students at Coshocton High School - Remote AND Face to Face students. A reminder that a device take home form was sent home last Friday with all students. This form needs read, signed by you and your child, and returned to CHS asap. Remote students will get these in the mail. We want your child to have access to their device at home - now more than ever. If they are not signed and returned, students will not be able to take home their tablets. If you did not get a form, please contact CHS immediately. Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you.
2 months ago, Grant Fauver
Hello, this is Dave Hire, Superintendent of the Coshocton City Schools, with an important announcement for all high school parents and staff. As required by the Ohio Department of Health Director’s Order, I am calling to notify you that seven students or staff members associated with Coshocton High School (grades 7-12) have tested positive for COVID-19. We are working 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. After consultation with the City Health Department, Coshocton High School will remain open at this time. However, please note that the district currently remains on a modified schedule due to the county’s “Red” COVID designation. This will allow us to have greater social distancing in our buildings by allowing only half of our students in our buildings on any given day. Things could change as the week progresses. A letter has been posted on our school website at www.coshoctoncityschools.com. On the home page you will find a COVID-19 Information tab or button directly below the banner at the top of the page. Thank you for your attention to this notification. We will continue to monitor all health situations and communicate additional information if possible.
2 months ago, Dave Hire
Food Service Update for Modified Schedule #CoshoctonPride
2 months ago, Jason Olinger
Food Service
Good evening, this is TonyMeier assistant Principal at CES with an important reminder for all families. Due to Coshocton County’s Red COVID designation our district is implementing a "Modified Face-to-Face" Schedule. Your child has been assigned to Group A or B. This will determine which days they will be Remote and which days they will be Face-to-Face. All students will be home Monday, November 9th. If your child is an “A” they will report to school Tuesday, November 10 and Wednesday, November 11. If they are a “B” they will report Thursday,November 12th and Friday November 13th.,We will be posting every Thursday what the plans are for the following week after the county designations come out. Please see the Frequently Asked Questions section on our website for more information about the modified school schedule. Finally, our student Chromebooks have arrived. Your child will be receiving one this week at school as long as the Acceptable Use Policy and District Device Take Home policy is signed and returned. These documents were sent home with your child on Thursday. As always if you have any questions please contact the school office at 740-622-5514. Have a great evening and stay safe. #coshoctonpride
2 months ago, Tony Meiser
This message is for all parents of all CHS Face to Face learners in grades 7-12. Due to our county's Red COVID designation, we will begin our Hybrid/Modified schedule tomorrow, Mon (11/9). Group A's schedule for this week, and until further notice, is - Mon- Remote from home, Tues - Report to CHS, Wed- Report to CHS, Thurs- Remote from home, Fri- Remote from home. Group B's schedule this week, and until further notice, is - Mon- Remote from home, Tues- Remote from home, Wed- Remote from home, Thurs- Report to CHS, Fri- Report to CHS. It is important for students check their CCS email and Google Classrooms daily during remote learning days. If you or your child are not sure of the group, please email me now at grant.fauver@coshoctoncityschools.com...Include your child's first and last name, grade level, and Connect teacher. I will get back to you as soon as possible. We appreciate your support, patience, and optimism as we are making our own path this year :) Stay safe and let us know if you need anything. Thank you.
2 months ago, Grant Fauver
Congratulations to our marching band and Junior High and HS Choir as they held their first outdoor concert this week! It was a socially-distanced night of classic rock and roll with lots of air guitar! Great job Performing Arts Department! #CoshoctonPride
2 months ago, Jason Olinger
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