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The Coshocton City Schools will be closed as follows:
The Coshocton City Schools will be closed as follows:

Thursday, December 21, 2017 through Tuesday, January 2, 2018  - Holiday Break/No School

School will resume on Wednesday, January 3, 2018.
2017-18 Tomahawk Yearbook Now on Sale
It’s time to place your order for the 2017-18 Tomahawk Yearbook. All students in grades 9-12 should have received a mailing from Balfour regarding the sale. There are four different ways to order.Cost this year is $70. Contact Amy Borton at if you have any questions.
Order a 2017-2018 Junior High Yearbook
2017-18 Junior High Yearbooks are for sale now! Each yearbook is 40 pages, all-color, and full of pictures and memories of your junior high years! Click on this link: or send $32 cash or check (made out to Coshocton High School) to Ms. Aggas, room 413A, to reserve your copy. 
Extra Support Time for Students Available

After-School Study Tables are open for business at both the high school and junior high! If students need a place to go to use a computer, print materials, research, work in a group or get any extra help with academics, Study Tables are for them! High school students can go to room 308 and junior high students go to room 422 any Monday – Thursday by 2:45. They can stay until 3:45.

Former CHS Teacher Recognized

Mr. Dan Arney was honored by the Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center on Monday, August 7th as the Coshocton City Schools Exemplary Educator. Mr. Arney dedicated 30+ years to our district and community as a teacher, the last several years as a Physical Education teacher at Coshocton High.

CHS Teacher Receives Distinguished Educator Award
Jon Snider, Coshocton HS English teacher, was recently a recipient of the 2017 Celebrate Teaching Distinguished Educator Award. He was recognized on June 8th during the Educators Connect for Success Conference in Columbus at the Ohio State University Student Union. 
CHS Career Center Students Inducted
At a ceremony held at the Coshocton County Career Center on Friday, May 12th, two Coshocton HS juniors were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society. Our congratulations go out to Jacob George and Megan Stonebraker for this achievement. 
Art Park Project to be Unveiled
Ribbon cutting for the sculpture designed by Coshocton High School students is scheduled for Friday, May 5th at 6 pm in the ArtPark on Main Street. Student members of the Project-Based Learning Team, also known as Art Connects CHS, presented to the CCS Board of Education a culmination of the year-long project they have been creating. 
Coshocton County Youth Leadership Participants Honored
In a recent ceremony held at the Frontier Power Community Room, four Coshocton High School juniors were recognized at an annual ceremony to celebrate the successes of this year’s Coshocton County Youth Leadership program. Elle Coffman, Madison Miller, Ashley Roahrig and Tara Salmans were each presented with certificates in front of family, friends, administrators and members of the Coshocton Foundation. The students shared their individual or group project entitled, “Pay it Forward: A Year of Service.” 
Students Inducted into the National Art Honor Society

Congratulations to seniors Mary Jackson and Isabel Palmer and juniors Christa Lain and Aubrey Locke for being inducted into the National Art Honor Society in a ceremony at Coshocton High School on March 28, 2017. This is the 14th annual induction ceremony at CHS with current members, staff and parents in attendance.



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