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Trick-or-Treating Information 10/26/20
 
Trick-or-Treating in Zionsville
 
The Town of Zionsville will not be posting official Trick-or-Treat hours this year.  
 
Due to the pandemic and the public health implications of trick-or-treating, the Town of Zionsville is referring people to the Boone County Health Department’s recommendations to observe CDC’s guidelines. The CDC has labeled traditional trick-or-treating (where treats are handed to children who go door to dooras a higher risk activity. The CDC recommends one-way trick-or-treating as a moderate risk activity which includes individually wrapped goodie bags lined up outside (end of the driveway or edge of the yard) for families to grab and go while continuing to social distance (washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before and after preparing bags).   
 
The CDC lists a number of moderate and lower risk Halloween activities on their website here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html#halloween. If you would like to contact the Boone County Health Department, contact information is posted here: https://boonecounty.in.gov/Offices/health-department.
 
Trick-or Treating in Whitestown
 
Whitestown has detailed information here.  https://whitestown.in.gov/halloween
News Release
 
Zionsville Community High School"
Hoosier Star Award
10/23/20


The Harbinger magazine staff at Zionsville Community School (ZCHS) won the Indiana High School Press Association Hoosier Star Award, the top student publications award in the state, for their work during the 2019-2020 school year. Congratulations to the Harbinger magazine staff.
Hoosier Star Award
Board Briefs
COVID-19
8-10-20  Media Statement
 

We learned of an exposure this morning involving a positive CoVID-19 test result. Related contact tracing has resulted in collaboration between the Central ZCS CoVID-19 Task Force and the Zionsville Middle School (ZMS) lead team. Out of an abundance of caution, all eighth graders from ZMS will receive instruction online until the week of August 24. All other buildings and grade levels will remain open for in-person instruction.

 

It is well known that the CoVID-19 virus is highly contagious. We appreciate notification of a positive test result. In Zionsville Community Schools (ZCS), we strive to create a safe environment where all feel protected when sharing delicate information. As such, we will not share details about the positive test result.