Monday, March 18, 2013
The game was a fundraisers for the schools' TSA clubs.
From the first buzzer of Friday night's donkey basketball game at Fort Zumwalt North High School, it was apparent that the real athletes were the four-legged ones This was the 12th year for the Donkey Basketball fundraiser at North High. The event raised money for the Technical Students Association for both North High and South High, chapter advisor Thad Chance told Patch. The clubs will use the money for registration, travel and hotel for the TSA's national conference in Orlando, Florida. The first game pitted North High seniors against North High faculty. The faculty's unequaled equestrian skilled earned them a 10-4 win over the students. In the second game, South High seniors played South High faculty. The winners of each game met for …
Thursday, January 17, 2013
The event is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 7 at 5 p.m.
Information provided by Fort Zumwalt North Activities Director Ted Hickey. The Fort Zumwalt North High School student Council and drama Club are teaming up to host a free senior citizen dinner and show for local senior citizens. The event is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 7. Dinner begins at 5 p.m. Make reservations by calling 272-4447 Ext. 16. Seating is limited to 115.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Activities Director Ted Hickey talks this week's upcoming games and activities at Fort Zumwalt North.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
The varsity football team won its second straight nail-biter on Friday night, when they defeated Mehlville 14 - 8.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Jordan Hankins has played second base with Austin Peay State University for three years.
Fort Zumwalt North High School Alum Jordan Hankins was selected to join the USA National Team. Hankins has played second base with Tennessee's Austin Peay State University team for three years, according to The Leaf Chronical.com. Thank you to Zumwalt North Activities Director Ted Hickey for sharing this information. To learn more, click here.
Monday, January 30, 2012
Week 11 of the winter season is packed with rivalry games around St. Charles County.
Week 11 of the winter season is here and it brings plenty of rivalry games. February begins this week and that means playoff season is right around the corner. State swimming and state wrestling are just a few short weeks away, but they aren't here yet. Before the playoffs can happen, the regular season has to wind down and that means rivalry games are popping up. This week features city, county and school district matchups. It should be an exciting week around St. Charles County. Let's see what games are on the schedule. Fort Zumwalt North Fort Zumwalt West Fort Zumwalt South St. Dominic Christian High School
Saturday, January 7, 2012
Panthers hold lead for nearly 24 minutes but can’t stop the bleeding and are outscored 23-13 in the fourth quarter.
A chaotic fourth quarter by the Duchesne boys basketball team gave way to its biggest win of the season Friday at Fort Zumwalt North. The Pioneers, after scoring just 13 points in the first half, poured in 37 the rest of the way thanks to clutch shooting performances from Sam Briscoe and Trevor Tune in a 50-46 conference victory that came down to the wire. Zumwalt North, appearing in its first game action in nearly three weeks and its first home game of the season, did not trail until the 2:02 mark of the fourth quarter. That’s when Tune, a senior, contributed to Duchesne’s rally by making a contested basket in the lane to put the Pioneers ahead 42-41. Minutes later, after Zumwalt North senior Jacob Boyd tied the game at 46 on a 3-pointer …
Saturday, December 31, 2011
See our list of people who made a difference in the community this year.
Patch looks back with a list of 11 people who made a difference by helping others or volunteering in O’Fallon this past year. 1. Dedicated City Volunteer Carol Fears Encourages Others 2. Local Dentist Dr. James Fetsch Improves Smiles Around the World 3. O'Fallon Volunteer Jim Keagy Heads to Haiti 4. Volunteer Whiz Kids: Rebekah and Andrew Davis 5. O'Fallon Police Sgt. Steven Landsness Saves Woman While Off Duty 6. Fort Zumwalt North High School Senior Maddie Howard 7. The Junior Jaguar Cheerleaders 8. Remembering Sept. 11: O'Fallon Deputy Fire Chief Randy Sanders Inspired to Serve on Larger Scale 9. Isabella Horn Celebrates Her 10th Birthday By Giving Back 10. O'Fallon Student Lindsey Peters Gets Kudos for 'Sharing Smiles' 11. Moms on…
Monday, October 3, 2011
Friday night's halftime show honored 21 senior band members and their parents.
Fort Zumwalt North High School honored their senior marching band members during the Sept. 30 football game's halftime show. Seniors stayed on the field after the marching band's program was done, where they were joined by their parents. As their names were read, each senior presented a yellow rose to his parent or parents. Senior band members were also honored by large individual posters placed on the football field fence, courtesy of band photographer and parent Michelle Jacquemin. The senior marching band members honored were:
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Inspired by efforts of cheer captain, Maddie Howard, Fort Zumwalt North High School will host Cheer UP!, a cheerleading competition with two purposes.
Maddie Howard, captain of the Fort Zumwalt North High School cheer squad, wants students to be part of the solution to bullying, not the problem. Howard, a senior at Fort Zumwalt North, has teamed up with her squad to host Cheer UP!, a high school cheerleading competition designed to raise awareness surrounding the issues of bullying and teen suicide. The event will take place from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Nov. 5 at Fort Zumwalt North High School. The event is open to the public, and the admission fee is $5 at the door. In addition to being a full-fledged cheer competition, the event boasts keynote speaker Tina Meier of the Megan Meier Foundation. In 2006, Tina's daughter Megan hanged herself after receiving cruel messages on the social …