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Coshocton City School District Excellence in Action!
Each year through the SOAR Awards for High Progress and Celebrating Teaching, Battelle for Kids recognizes high-growth districts, schools, and teachers, explores their practices, and shares lessons learned to elevate performance for all.  
Thanksgiving Dinner
The 11th annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner at Coshocton High School is Thursday, November the 20th from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. Guests are asked to call the high school office for reservations.The dinner is at no cost to the public. The meal and services are donated by district staff, students, parents, and area businesses.  
Microsoft Showcase School

Coshocton City Schools was selected by Microsoft as a 2014-2015 Microsoft Showcase School for its excellence in transforming its learning environment to deliver more personalized education to students, using mobile and cloud technology to better prepare students for success in the workplace.
CHS Creates Online Student Newspaper
The CHS student newspaper The Red and Black has now gone online at .You can read student written articles about the school, activities, interests and events. The Red and Black online edition will be updated almost every Friday with new articles and stories. 
Speech Class Completes Marshmallow Challenge
Mrs. Boyd's high school speech classroom took the Marshmallow Challenge this week in the CHS cafeteria. The class was divided into groups and given a simple challenge: build a free standing structure with a marshmallow on the top. They received 20 sticks of spaghetti, one yard of masking tape, one yard of string and one marshmallow.  
Information About Ebola
The Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Education have been in close contact with all school districts throughout Ohio regarding Ebola.  Coshocton City Schools would like to share the information that has been received to date. A parent letter will be sent home with students on Monday, October 20. 
2014-2015 CHS Yearbook Information

All students grade 9-12 should have received a mailing from the CHS yearbook publisher, Balfour. The 2014-15 Tomahawk Yearbook is currently on sale on-line at The early-bird discounted price is $65. The price will increase to $70 at the end of the month.

If you do not wish to order your yearbook on-line, it is still possible to set up a payment plan with Mrs. Borton. A $20 deposit is required with your order. The balance will be due in the spring. See Mrs. Borton in Room 300 if you would like to make a deposit on a 2014-15 yearbook.

Purchase a lasting memory of your high school yearbook, order your Tomahawk today.

Email Mrs.Borton at if you have any question.  

Students of the Month
Senior Ricky Roghelia and 7th grader Blake Prince have been selected as CHS Students of the Month for the month of September.  
Straight A and the 1:1 Tablet Initiative
Districts participating in the Ohio Appalachian Collaborative were recently awarded the Straight A grant from the state of Ohio.  Coshocton City Schools is one of the 27 districts in the OAC that have joined together and have made a commitment to advancing learning and effective instruction through networking and technology.  The Straight A grant will help increase post-secondary enrollment through offering college credit in high school and foster student growth by focusing on personalized learning.  
What is a School Lunch?
Coshocton City Schools is required to follow the mandates of the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 when providing school breakfast and lunch.  Here are some of the requirements that must be met in order to provide our students with FREE breakfast and lunch.
  • School meals must be high in nutrients and adequate in calories, consistent with the latest nutrition science.
  • School meals are "right-sized" and reflect the appropriate balance between food groups.
  • School meal standards are in line with dietary recommendations for protein intake.
  • School meal standards allow students to select at least three of the five food components on their plate. Students MUST take at least three items to qualify as a school lunch.  One of the three items must be a fruit or vegetable. The school cannot provide free milk to students who pack their lunch as this is a violation of the standards. 
Upcoming Events
Thanksgiving Break
Thu Nov 27 2014
to Mon Dec 1 2014
Event Calendar

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