North Central Local
400 Baubice St.,
Pioneer, OH 43554
Map of Location
Bus Trans. 419.737.2346
8:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Admin. Office Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
At Home: AR/AMath
Env. Math /Success Net
Early Learning Ages 3-5
Pay Schools (Cafeteria)
Practice Test-State Tests
BBC Link (Schedules)
Board of Education:
Next Meeting: 6/19/18
Board Members, Policy, News
Electronic Device Policy
A.R. Book Finder
Academic Skill Builders
E-Studies Weekly Online
Free Typing Game
GMail - GSuite
Keyboarding - Gr 1
NC Elem Library MC
NC HS/JH Library MC
Ohio Means Jobs
Success Maker 3
Survey - Guidance Dept.
Turn It In
Vocabulary and Spanish
We the People EBook
Williams Co. Library
AIR State Testing
Bullying Prevention Prog.
Common Core Worksheets
Computer Lab Schedule
DIBELS-Early Reading Skills
EDIVATE (was PD 360 )
GMail - GSuite
Math Tools Web 2.0
Ohio Dept. of Ed.
Ohio Resource Center
Ohio's Online Test Resources
PowerSchool - Admins
Powerschool - Staff
Public School Works
Race to the Top (RttT)
Traits (6) Writing Calculator
Web Mail for Staff
Local Area Links
Best of Luck to NCHS Spring Athletes in Tournament Action!
Announcements: Monday, May 21, 2018
Menu Glazed meatballs, baked potato, cornbread, fruit, and milk.
Field Day All high school students and 7th graders helping with Field Day today - you are dismissed for lunch at 11:25, and need to be in the varsity gym by 11:45. Please be prompt. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Hutchison.
Dodgeball Tournament Do you and your friends have what it takes to be the best dodgeball team in the area? If so, come show us what you got at the Memorial Park Backyard Bash Dodgeball Tournament June 16 at noon in Archbold. Cash prize for first place! For more information, check the bulletin boards or check in the office.
Graduation Seniors singing at graduation - please meet in the Eagle Room at 12:50 on Tuesday and Wednesday to do a quick run of Like an Eagle.
Job Opportunity High school students - the Holiday Inn Express is looking to hire summer work to help with outdoor tasks around the hotel. 35-40 hours a week. The schedule can be flexible. See Miss Veres for more information.
Honors Awards High school students who will be attending the Honors Awards Evening tonight - please remember that this evening is a community event, and you should be appropriately dressed. For girls this would be dress slacks and a nice shirt or a dress. For the guys this would be khaki slacks and a nice shirt. Shorts, jeans and T-shirts are inappropriate attire for this evening.
Baccalaureate All students and staff are invited to attend the baccalaureate service Wednesday, May 23rd at 7 pm in the Auditeria. This year's speaker is 2014 graduate Nathaniel McBride. Seniors are especially encouraged to attend.
CBI/Work Release CBI and Work Release students must turn in proof of the hours you have worked to Mrs. Good by Thursday, May 24.
Jr. High Student Council There will be a Jr. high Student Council meeting Friday at 11:34 in the Auditeria with Mrs. Lashaway. Please be prompt.
4-6 Field Day A HUGE thank you to all the students who assisted with Field Day on Friday. You all did a great job!
Job Opportunity A farm in the Hillsdale area is looking for daily help milking cows. Pay is $10/hour cash. If you are interested, stop in the office for more information.
Musical The following students still have books checked out from the musical. Please return them to the elementary library as soon as possible so you are not billed for them. Chloe Baker, Michael Cummins, Addie Elser, Emilie Eustace, Erin Shaw, Grace Shipman, Kailey Siebeneck, Brenna White, Levi Wiliams, Macie Willson, and Trystan Yoder.
Spring Sports Awards Spring Sports Awards will take place Thursday, May 24th at 6 pm in the Auditeria. We will honor our HS and JH track teams, baseball and softball teams.
HS Boys Basketball Attention HS boys' basketball players - those interested in participating in high school basketball for the 2018-2019 season, there will be a parents' meeting Thursday, May 24th at 7:30 pm or immediately following the sports awards.
JH Boys Basketball All 7th grade boys interested in playing basketball next year, please sign up in the office.
Basketball Open Gym Just a reminder that high school girls basketball has open gym from 3-4 today. All girls should stop by to see Mr. Waidelich to pick up a schedule.
Cross Country Attention Cross Country Runners - Those interested and signed up to participate in jr. high and high school cross country for August 2018, there will be a meeting Thursday, May 24th at 5:30 pm in the Eagle Room. This will be held BEFORE sports awards, so please be prompt.
Volleyball There will be a meeting for all jr. high girls playing volleyball next year on Tuesday, May 22, at 11:55 in the Eagle Room. Please be prompt. There will also be a meeting for all high school girls playing volleyball next year at 12:30 in the Eagle Room.
Golf Attention Golfers - Those interested and signed up to participate in high school golf for August 2018, there will be a meeting Thursday, May 24th at 5:15 pm in the Art Room. This will be held BEFORE sports awards, so please be prompt.
HS Softball The varsity softball team finished off their season on a high note, defeating the BBC champ Hilltop Cadets 15-14. They ended the season 6-6 in the BBC. Way to go ladies!
A reminder to girls in grades K-5, if you are interested in attending the basketball camp on June 4th, 5th and 6th, turn your registration forms into the elementary office.
The following students need to return spring pictures and/or money: Alaina Duvendack, Carter Herman, Lincoln Clark, Xander Fantini, Rosetta Herman, Kayden Hadley, Kaden Clark, Travis Clifford.
6th grade students: Four County Career Center will again be offering summer camps on June 4-7. Camps this summer are: “Color Your World”, “Math: Easy as PI”, “Let’s Get Cooking”, and “Animal Palooza”. The camp is FREE! Check out the fliers around the building for more information.
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Welcome to Our Community and School!
The North Central Local School District is located in northern Williams County in Pioneer, Ohio. Pioneer is a small, close-knit community with an approximate population of 1500 people. A new building for the high school was recently constructed, opening in the 2016-17 school year, which finalized the preschool through grade12 campus facility update. The school district is a small rural district with an enrollment of approximately 600 students. We have recently updated our technology and infrastructure to be equipped to handle the age of technology. One to one computing is used for students in grades 1-12 so each student has access to a laptop/tablet daily. The latest technology is also being used in the classrooms by our entire staff.
The school is a vital part of the village and a source of pride for the entire community. The North Central Local School District is proud to offer high quality academics, programs, facilities, and staff. We are committed to the pursuit of excellence and continuous improvement. In large part, this is the result of the involvement of our parents and community members, the commitment of our staff members and the dedication of our student body.
Mission and Vision:
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 life-long learning.
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Substitute Teachers and Paraprofessionals for our districts are recruited by the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center. Please visit their website to begin the hiring process http://www.nwoesc.org/substitutes or contact the NwOESC directly at (567) 444-4806.
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