Stories tagged with: Maysville Elementary

October 15, 2015 - 4:12pm
44 weeks 5 days ago

Local elementary students recently got the chance to start their career explorations early.

Many people spend their work-day behind the wheel of a vehicle. Maysville Elementary kindergartners and preschoolers were exposed to a variety of different careers for a "Vehicle-Career Day." A fire truck, helicopter, and sheriff's cruiser were just some of the models on display for the kids to explore.

"This is called a vehicle-career day, we brought in 10 different...

May 11, 2015 - 5:11pm
1 year 15 weeks ago

Maysville Elementary and the Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department are taking students beyond the classroom to celebrate Right to Read Week. 

All week, students at Maysville Elementary are learning about leading a healthy life. To start the week, students got to pot a tomato plant to grow over the summer.

Workers with the Health Department assisted the students in learning about caring for the plants. One of the workers, Health Educator Kris Bell explained how the...

November 16, 2012 - 12:40pm
3 years 40 weeks ago

An author of over 50 children's books made a special visit to Zanesville.

Will Hillenbrand is originally from Cincinnati. He's the author of books such as "Down by the Station" and "Counting Crocodiles." He visited Maysville Elementary to visit with students.

"When an author comes to a school they see that the book is connected to a real person that is just like them," said Author Will Hillenbrand. "It makes all the rest of the collection come...

September 30, 2011 - 10:56am
4 years 47 weeks ago

It took a character named Chuck to enforce Maysville Elementary's pillars of education.

The school instituted the pillars three years ago after joining a nationwide initiative called Character Counts. The initiative focuses on citizenship, respect, fairness, responsibility, caring and trustworthiness. The school uses "Chuck" as an example for students.

"It's important especially in young people's lives to have tools," said Dean of Students Jason Lee. "If...

October 23, 2009 - 5:19pm
6 years 43 weeks ago

Students at a local elementary are getting a break from their day-to-day studies to have a little fun and explore their Zanesville heritage.

This is the 13th year students at Maysville Elementary have participated in the annual Fall Harvest Festival.

"It takes the place of our Halloween parties, but it gives the kids a chance to enjoy our heritage and some of the fall harvest things that go on during the fall, like making soup bean on the open fire and apple butter and...

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