Fort Zumwalt School District

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Fort Zumwalt Public Schools
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Fort Zumwalt School District – Pushing for Positive Peer Influence
555 E Terra Ln
O'Fallon, Missouri 63366

District information
Type Local (Public) school district
Motto Pushing For Positive Peer Influence
Grades K–12
Established 1949
Superintendent Dr. Bernard J. DuBray
Schools 25
Budget $237.6 million[1]
District ID 2908370
Students and staff
Students 18,300
Teachers 1,371
Staff 1,271
Student-teacher ratio 19
Other information
Source Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education[2]

Fort Zumwalt School District is headquartered in O'Fallon, Missouri, United States.[3]

The largest school district in St. Charles County serves the cities of O'Fallon, Saint Peters, Dardenne Prairie, Saint Paul, and portions of Wentzville.


The mission of the Fort Zumwalt School District is to assure that its students, regardless of ability or economic level, are provided an education in such a positive and safe learning environment that all reach their potential. A strong commitment is made to promote the virtues of democracy, citizenship, self-discipline, the work ethic, and the need to respect all members of society.


The district is 136 square miles with transportation services provided by the district. A daily average of 11,000 pupils are transported more than a mile from school while in past years about 1,100 students have applied for and received transportation though living less than one mile from school.[4]

Nutrition services[edit]

Fort Zumwalt Schools provide more than 8,000 breakfasts and lunches each day at the lowest possible cost to students. The district participates in the federal Free and Reduced Price Meal program for qualifying students. Special selected menus provide nutritious meals that meet and exceed federal food guidelines. Menus with complete nutrition details are made available to families monthly.[5]


Secondary schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

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Elementary schools[edit]


  1. ^ "Annual Budget 2016–2017". Fort Zumwalt School District. June 27, 2016. p. 17. Retrieved April 10, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Missouri Comprehensive Data System – FT. ZUMWALT R-II School District". Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education. Retrieved December 6, 2011. 
  3. ^ "DISTRICT FACILITIES," Fort Zumwalt School District
  4. ^ "[1],"District Facts at a Glance"
  5. ^[dead link]

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