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Welcome back students and staff!
Have a great year!
Menu for Friday, August 22 - Peanut butter and jelly, cheese stick,
Fritos, carrot sticks, applesauce cup, and milk.
Chef salads are available to students as an alternative to the lunch
Students - The last day to change your schedule is today, August 22.
Emergency Medical Forms
Students please return your Emergency Medical Form to the office as
soon as possible.
This is a reminder to all 7th graders to bring in updated
immunization records. 7th graders need a tetanus booster. This is
required to attend school, sports practices, and play in extracurricular
events. If you have questions, please see Nurse Kristen Ewers.
Those students who have paid the $20 netbook fee AND have fully
completed forms with parent signatures may pick up netbooks in the
elementary library media center at the following times today. Grades 7-8
from 11:15 to 11:40. Grades 9-12 from 12:00 to 12:30. The $20 fee should
be paid in the high school office before school or between classes. You
must have your receipt and forms to get your netbook.
Jr. High or High School students who might be interested in being an
Eagle Volunteer during a study hall or part of your lunch, please see
Mrs. Lashaway in the elementary media center.
Morning lifting with Mr. Mickey will resume Monday morning, August
25th. Until further notice, it will be every Monday, Wednesday, and
Thursday at 6:25 am.
Jenilea Martin is currently taking new students for piano or violin
lessons for the fall. Lessons can begin at any time, and are open to all
ages. Cost is $12 per lesson. Jenilea has 10 years experience teaching
both instruments. Please contact her at 419-519-2321 if interested.
SafeTALK students will be meeting August 25th during Channel 1 in the
Attention Seniors & Staff: Just a reminder, there will be a Senior Class
Meeting on Thursday August 28, starting at 12:00 pm. There will be an
announcement to release all Seniors to the Auditorium. The meeting will
last for approximately 30 minutes.
The English Department is starting a book club this year. It's open
to all jr. high and high school students. This Reading Roadie Book Club
will host its first meeting on September 3rd at 2:50 pm in Mrs. Hills'
room on the 2nd floor Room 204. Come with an eagerness to share, laugh,
and read like a rock star!
LifeTouch Fall picture day will be Wednesday, September 3. Please
stop by the office to pick up an order form.
Williams Co. Fair
Advance ride tickets for the Williams County Fair will be available
to purchase in the Elementary Office August 20 - September 5. Cost will
be $14.00 for 20 tickets. More than one ticket may be needed for each
ride. The number of tickets required, even if they are pre-sale tickets,
will be the number posted on each ride. Weekly fair passes will also be
available to purchase: Adults - $20.00, Students - $10.00. If paying by
check for any of these tickets/passes, please make checks payable to:
Williams County Ag. Society. The 2014 Williams County Fair will be held
Saturday, September 6 - Saturday, September 13.
Ohio School Facilities Commission
Approves Funding for NC!
From the Superintendent’s Desk --
July 10, 2014 (Columbus)- The Ohio School Facilities Commission (OSFC)
today approved over $4.3 million in state funding for school
construction work in the North Central Local School District (Williams
County). The district is one of 13 from across the Buckeye state that
received an offer of funding from the Commission, which oversees the
state's school facility renovation and construction program.
The funding, combined with $4.3 million from the district, will allow
the district to move forward with the construction of a new combination
middle and high school building that will serve students in grades 7
through 12. The work is the initial stage of a continuing plan to
comprehensively address the facility needs in the district. The local
share of the project is being funded through a bond issue passed in May
by district voters.
"This is a critical step in ensuring that the children in the North
Central district are in facilities that help support academic
achievement," said OSFC Executive Director Richard Hickman. He went on
to add that, "There is also a significant economic impact attached to
today's Commission action- the construction work generated by this
project could translate into both job opportunities for local residents
and increased purchases of goods and services from local businesses."
"While Governor Kasich has been making key reforms to help our students
learn and have success in the classroom, these grants will bring needed
renovations to help these schools support student growth," said State
Budget Director Tim Keen, chair of the OSFC. "Ohio's renewed fiscal
health made it possible for Governor Kasich to allocate new funding to
renovate our schools over the next two years." According to Keen, the
state capital budget approved by Governor Kasich earlier this year
allocated $675 million to the OSFC for grants over the next two years.
North Central Superintendent, Ken Boyer, says, "Our school
district is excited about the opportunity to build a new junior
high/high school building that will enhance the educational process for
our students. It also gives the district the ability to add a facility
that will be a great addition to our entire community".
About the Ohio School Facilities Commission:
Established in 1997, the Commission is responsible for administration of
the state's school construction and renovation program. As of July 1,
2014, the Commission had opened nearly 1,100 new or renovated
facilities, serving an estimate 612,000 students. The Commission had
completed all necessary construction or renovation work in 258
districts. The Commission's use of environmentally-friendly design
concepts has made Ohio a national leader in the "green building"
movement and has provided significant operational cost savings to
On September 10,2012, the Commission was consolidated with the Office of
the State Architect to fmm the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission.
The Ohio School Facilities Commission continues to exist as a separate
commission within the new agency, focusing on funding Ohio's
comprehensive K-12 school construction program.
To provide quality educational programs for our community.
The mission of the North
Central School District is to provide current instructional tools and
methods which insure success throughout the student's educational
career. Employees will strive to listen and understand student and
family needs. Employees will provide a positive learning
environment where they can guide students to make informed choices.
It is the ultimate goal that students graduate from North Central High
School with a foundation of knowledge for success and a desire for
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