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Announcements: October 6, 2015
Menu Lasagna, seasoned peas, dinner roll, fruit, and milk.
Junior Class Junior class members: Please sign up for a t-shirt in the office. They are $10.00.
Video Contest Students - the Pioneer State Bank is sponsoring a video contest called "Lights, Camera, Save"! They are looking for a video that shows the value of sound money management in a way that will appeal to other teens. Applicants must be between the ages of 13-18. The State Bank will be offering a $250 local reward. National awards are higher! Visit LightsCameraSave.com for more information or see a bank representative for an entry form.
Jr. High Fundraiser Jr. high students - fundraiser items will be delivered tomorrow, October 7th from 2:30-5:00 in Mrs. Myers' room. Students if you have a small order you may take it home on the bus. However, larger orders will need to be picked up here at the school. Remember these items need to be refrigerated or put in the freezer. Teachers please excuse the following students to help sort and deliver items. Jazmine Hendricks, Kai Landis, Kyleigh Westfall, Makayla Meyers, Maizie Zimmerman, Luke Zuver, Jay Garrett, Michael Cummins, Emilie Eustace, Chace Boothman, Eryn Shaw, Kailey Siebeneck.
HS SOAR HS SOAR members - please meet in the JH Gym during Channel 1 on Tuesday, October 13th.
Defiance College Seniors - Defiance College will be at NC on Tuesday, October 13th. Sign up in the office if you are interested in talking to the rep!
Winter Sports Attention all students who plan to play sports this winter - if you have not gotten you physicals yet, you must have them before the first practice. Forms are available in the office. Free physicals are available through Compassion Medical Clinic. Please see Mr. Hutchison for more information.
FCA JH FCA will begin tomorrow during Channel 1 and lunch in Mrs. Good's cooking lab. JH students can get their lunch, then join us for FCA. Remember you don't have to be an athlete to attend. HS FCA will be tomorrow during Channel 1. Bring your lunch and join us!
HS Student Council HS Student Council members - if you're looking for volunteer hours, FAST needs help. This program runs Monday nights from 5:30-8:00. See Mrs. Geiser if you are interested.
HS Volleyball The varsity volleyball team lost in 3 tough matches to Swanton last night, 23-25, 23-25, and 13-25. Leading the lady Eagles were Makayla Knapp with 12 good serves and 2 aces, Cady VanDeVoorde with 18 passes and 2 digs, and Makayla Hayes with 10 kills. Good fight ladies!
JH Volleyball The 7th grade volleyball team lost to Delta 15-22 and 22-25. Keep your heads up and keep working hard! The 8th grade team collected their 2nd win of the season last night defeating Delta 17-25, 25-23, and 25-14. Great job ladies!
Elementary Calendar Reminders:
October 9 Fire Safety Day 8:15 12:30
October 12 Church Release Grades 1-6 1:30 pm
October 14 2 Hour Delay for Professional Development
October 16 End of First Nine Weeks
October 19 Picture Retake Day
October 21 Grades Due at 8:00 am
October 22 Fifth and Sixth Grade Quiz Bow 6:30 pm @ Hilltop
October 23 Grade Cards home with students/Awards in Varsity Gym
(Grades 1-3 1:00 pm & Grades 4-6 1:45 pm)
All student pick up and drop off will be at the north side of the
junior high/high school. This will include elementary students. If
you are going inside to get your elementary student, please park on
the north side of the junior high/high school. There will be no pick
up and drop off on the south side of the school.
A message from the Superintendent....
The school district finished the State testing schedule, which lasted into May. The testing
requirements imposed on us by the State is very demanding on students,
staff and parents. The
legislature is currently examining ways to try to reduce the amount of
time that school districts have to test our students.
The school leaders in the State have expressed our displeasure
with the testing requirements.
We hope that our elected officials will take action to reduce
these demands on our students and staff.
The school building project is making progress.
There is a huge amount of planning that takes place to meet all
the State requirements. The
plan is to get the project started on or about June 2nd.
At that time, contractors will start moving into our premises.
The first phase will be to remove the back portion of the high
school which will enable our new facility to be as far north on our
property as possible. It
will be a very busy summer with the construction taking place.
It does not seem possible that we have finished another school year. Our students and staff have had a successful 2014-2015 school year and we look forward to 2015-2016. Our next school year will be a challenge as we deal with the construction project and the changes it will bring with work taking place and the internal adjustments we will be needing to make. We know these challenges will be worth the work knowing we will have a new facility to move into in the Fall of 2016.
Ohio School Facilities Commission
Approves Funding for NC!
Certification Letter for Tech Plan 2012-2015
Technology Standards K-12
Ohio Enforcement of the
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
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North Central rated Excellent by Ohio Department of Education!
Click to view district report card.