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Next Week's COVID-19 Plan / April 6-10, 2020

Next Week's COVID-19 Plan / April 6-10

Non-perishable food items and educational resource packets will be distributed next Monday, April 6, 2020, between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at the following locations:


West Elementary


Middle School and Central Elementary


South Elementary


Zaleski Fire Department  *11:00 - 12:00 only


Wilkesville Community Building  *11:00 -12:00 only 

Elementary Buildings:

At West, please drive through the gates at the playground and stop at the cafeteria doors for food pick up. Exit and drive to the Preschool drop-off, where you will see a staff member. Give the staff member the name of your child, and they will deliver an educational resource packet to you.

At South and Central, food pick up will be at the main entrance, and you will receive your child's educational resource packet at the preschool Red Wing entrance.  

At Zaleski and Wilkesville, we are asking parents to provide the bus driver with a written note which includes your name, the student’s name AND grade that you are obtaining a grade level packet for. On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, you will be able to pick up this educational resource packet at the Fire House or Community Building at 11:00 a.m.

Middle School and High School:

You will pick up food items at the side entrance of the Middle School. After pick up, please drive to the school bus loop located between the middle school and high school. Middle School staff will be on your right as you drive through the drop-off area. Provide the staff member with the name and grade of your child, and a packet will be made available to you.

Continue to drive around the bus loop until you see a high school staff member on your right, and they will take your name and provide you with a packet. After you have picked up your educational resource packet, please exit back to the highway in a safe manner.


Please note:  

  • An additional day for educational resource packet pick-ups will be Wednesday, April 8, 2020, at the school locations only between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

  • We are discussing HB 197 and local graduation requirements for this year. Information should be available soon.

Please take some time in your day for laughter and a necessary break from the news. 

Stay healthy, be safe, and remember… together we are Viking Strong!

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Posted Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Ohio Department of Education sent this bulletin at 03/24/2020 06:57 PM EDT

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Ohio Department of Education offers information on child social, emotional health during crisis as well as update on "Stay at Home" order

The Ohio Department of Education is working to provide answers to questions you may have related to the ordered school-building closure.

Today, new information has been posted to help parents, families and caregivers with questions about how to support their children’s social, emotional and behavioral health during the coronavirus-related school-building closure. Please see the information posted here for helpful hints, practical steps and resources designed to help adults guide children through these uncertain times.

In addition, in light of the “Stay at Home” order Governor DeWine issued on March, 22, 2020, the Ohio Department of Education is offering information about how the order impacts Ohio’s schools as they continue to provide educational services through alternative means during the ordered school-building closure. Please find this updated information on the Ohio Department of Education’s FAQ page listed here.

Thank you for all you continue to do for Ohio students!

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Posted Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Preschool & Kindergarten Registration for the 2021 School Year

Preschool & Kindergarten Registration for the 2021 school year will be held May 11 through May 13.  Please see flyer for more details including when to call for appointments. 

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Posted Monday, March 9, 2020

Reminders and Updates

To: Senior Class

From:  Mrs. Menikheim

Date:   2/11/2020

Re:     Graduation

With time flying by, I wanted to take a few moments to give you a run down on things to come.

1st We will be doing a senior trip to Raccoon Creek.  This will cost $10 and will include a five mile canoe or kayaking run.  Also, a very nice cook-out lunch. This will take place on the 8th of May.

2nd I still need baby pictures, middle school pictures, and senior pictures from the majority of the seniors.  (If I do not receive it by April 1st, you will not be in the dvd.)

3rd I need your plans after Graduation.  If you have a certain field of study, college, branch of the service, etc.  Your picture and a logo of your plans will be put on the school web page and board out in front of the building. (If I do not receive it by April 1st, you will not be on the web page or board.)

4th Again, I need plans after Graduation and individuals you would like to thank (ex: I would like to thank my family and friends for helping me through my high school career). Please keep it short because this is projected on the wall at Graduation.  The longer it is the smaller font that I have to use. (If I do not receive it by April 24th, I will use your yearbook picture and only list that you would like to thank your family and friends. You will have no plans for after graduation projected.)

5th You will need to get 10 tickets for graduation from Mrs. Menikheim between April 27th - May 1st.  Each student is given 10 tickets because there are 157 graduates. The gym has a fire law capacity that we must follow.  There will be seats in the cafeteria and the ceremony will be shown on a large screen.

5th We will have Graduation practice on May 14th and 15th.  On May 14th, you will need to bring your cap and gown. We will be taking individual pictures, group pictures, and walking through the middle school in them.  After having breakfast, taking pictures, and walking through the middle school, we will do a run through of graduation night several times. After we have completed the run through you will be dismissed to go home.  We are usually here until about 1 pm. On Friday, you do not need to bring your cap and gown. If you are decorating your cap, your decorations must be approved by Mr. Kirkpatrick, Mr. Milliken or Mrs. Menikheim. Lastly, we will do one or two more practices on Friday and then have some pizza to celebrate your accomplishments.  Seniors are usually dismissed by noon.

6th On Graduation night please be at the school by 6:30 pm. We will line up outside the media center on both sides of the walls. Graduation starts at 7 pm.  Senior officers, val., and sal., need to arrive at 6 pm. Please report to the media center.

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Posted Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Class of 2020 Senior News and Information

Click More + to see the most recent letter regarding senior deadlines and information.

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Posted Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Presale Sectional and District Basketball Tickets Available Online

The Southeast District Athletic Board has gone to all online sales for boys’ and girls’ basketball presale tickets at the sectional and district tournaments.  The Board reduced the price of the presale ticket by $1.00 to help offset the fees associated with online ticket purchasing.  Tickets purchased at the gate will remain $5.00 for sectional and $6.00 for district tournament games.

The link to purchase online tickets is

Purchasers may choose the game they wish to attend and designate their support.  Upon the conclusion of the game, the purchasers of tickets for the winning team will automatically receive an email with details to purchase tickets for the next game.

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Posted Thursday, February 6, 2020

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