North Central Local
400 Baubice St.,
Pioneer, OH 43554

Map of Location

Admin. Office:
PHONE: 419.737.2392
FAX:419.737.3361
Bus Trans. 419.737.2346

Absences:419-737-2367
419.737.2366 (HS)
419.737.2293 (Elem)

School Hours
8:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Admin. Office Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Parent/Home Resources:
District/Staff Contacts
Accela
At Home: AR/AMath
Apex Learning
Env. Math /Realize
Early Learning Ages 3-5
HS/JH Homework Matrix
Parent PowerSchool/Grades
Pay Schools (Cafeteria)
Practice Test-State Tests
Reading Wonders
Schoology
Study Island
Traits Writing
Reading Wonders 2


Athletic Department>
BBC Link (Schedules)
NC Athletic Hall of Fame


Board of Education:
Next Meeting:  5/21/19
6:30 p.m.

Board Members, Policy, News
Academic Acceleration
Compliance Officers
District Newsletter - April 2019
Electronic Device Policy
Medical Forms
School Forms
Student Handbook

Student Resources:
Accelerated Read/Math
A.R. Book Finder
Academic Skill Builders
Accuplacer

Bully Report
Depression/Suicide Awareness
E-Studies Weekly Online
For Tweens!
Free Typing Game

GMail - GSuite
INFOhio-Free Resources!
Keyboarding - Gr 1
Keyboarding Skills
Math Practice
Moby Max
NC Elem Library MC
NC HS/JH Library MC
NewsELA
NOVA
Ohio Means Jobs

Reading Wonders
Request Transcripts
Schoology
Spelling City
Starfall
Success Maker 3
Survey - Guidance Dept.
Study Island
TeachTCI
Think, Read, Write
Timez Attack
Turn It In
Typing Club
Typing Test
Typing.com
Vocabulary and Spanish
We the People EBook
Williams Co. Library

Staff Resources:
AESOP
Accelerated Read/Math
AIR State Testing
Auditeria Schedule
Hoonuit
Bullying Prevention Prog.
Common Core Worksheets
Computer Lab Schedule
DIBELS-Early Reading Skills
Discovery
Employee Kiosk
EDIVATE (was PD 360 )
GMail - GSuite
IEP AnyWhere
Lightspeed Login
LPDC Hours
Math Tools Web 2.0
NWOCA
NWOESC
NWOET
Ohio Dept.  of Ed.
Ohio Resource Center
Online OCR
Padlet
Ohio's Online Test Resources
PowerSchool - Admins
Powerschool - Staff
PowerSource

Public School Works
Race to the Top (RttT)
Reading Wonders
SchoolDude Login
Sirsi Online
SUCCESS Website/ODE
Teacher Toolbox
Traits (6) Writing Calculator

Web Mail for Staff

Pioneer Community
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Local Area Links

Other Languages
(for this site)
Spanish -
Espaρol

 

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NC Help Desk

 

 

 

 

 

PowerSchool Test

 


Good Luck,
Eagle Tracksters!
Day 2 Division III District Track Meet
May 18 at Archbold
9:00 a.m. Field Events
12:00 p.m. Running Events

Announcements: Friday, May 17, 2019

Menu  Chicken strips, roasted potatoes, broccoli, dinner roll, fruit, and milk.

Field Day Due to the rain overnight and wet grounds, Field Day for grades 4-6 is postponed for today. The rescheduled make-up date is Monday, May 20th.

Honors Awards HS Students - if you are planning on attending the Honors Awards Evening on May 20th, please RSVP as soon as possible. Also, because this evening is a community event, students should be appropriately dressed. For girls this would be dress slacks and a nice shirt. And for the guys this would be khaki slacks and a nice shirt. We feel that shorts, jeans and t-shirts are inappropriate for this evening.

SOAR SOAR Trainers - please let Miss Veres know by May 20th if you would like a new SOAR shirt!

Musical The following still owe $12 for their t-shirt for the spring musical. Please pay in the elementary library and pick up your shirt as soon as possible. Blake Sakos, Alex Lehsten, Josh Budd.

Musical All cast and crew in this year's musical are asked to stop by the elementary library any time from now through the end of the day on Tuesday to sign the "signature" door and a shirt.

Spring Sports Awards The high school Spring Sports Awards will be June 3rd starting at 6 pm in the Auditeria. We will be honoring our baseball, softball and track teams.

Football Any current 6th, 7th or 8th grader interested in playing football in the fall please sign up in the office today.

Boys Basketball There will be a brief meeting for all CURRENT 8th grade boys planning to play HS basketball next year in the HS Conference Room on Tuesday, May 21st during jr. high lunch. It is important that you attend as summer schedules will be discussed. Feel free to bring your lunches with you.

JH Track Attention jr. high track athletes - there will be an awards pizza party on Tuesday, May 21st in the Eagle Room at 3:15. Please bring your uniform to turn in at that time. There will be food and parents are more than welcome to attend. The meeting should not last longer than an hour.

HS Golf All students grades 8-11 interested in playing golf next year, please sign up in the high school office.

HS Track The varsity track team traveled to Districts last night. Tucker Beres placed 7th in high jump, Kailey Siebeneck placed 7th in long jump, Ashlyn Helms placed 5th in pole vault, and Kassidy Faler qualified for regionals by placing 2nd in pole vault. Qualifying for the finals were Leynes Wandrey in the 200m dash, Coleton Beres in the 800, Blake Sakos in the 1600, the boys 4x100 relay (Wandrey, Faler, Haas, Wehrle), the boys 4x200 relay (Wandrey, Faler, Haas, Wehrle), the girls 4x100 relay (Faler, Miller, Helms, Siebeneck) and the girls 4x200 relay (Faler, Miller, Helms, Siebeneck). Congratulations and good luck!

 

Elementary Announcements:  

Due to the rain overnight and wet grounds, Field Day for grades 4-6 is postponed for today.  The re-scheduled make-up date is Monday, May 20th.

 

All library books are due by this Friday, May 17th.  They can be brought to the library anytime.  Mrs. Salisbury will be around to each classroom on Monday, May 20 to pick up any remaining books.

 

Any current sixth grade student interested in playing football in the fall, please sign up in the elementary  office by the end of today.

 

The following students need to return and/or pay for spring pictures:  Jase Tressler, Odin Tressler, Gracelynn Meek, October Elliott, Alizabeth Cromie, Mikel Clifton, John Cromie

 

 


Info from the Nurse's Office:

Learn about measles, the vaccine to prevent it and the importance of vaccinating according to CDC’s recommended schedule.  https://www.cdc.gov/measles/index.html

 

A Look Ahead for the Elementary:


May 13 – May 17 – Peace Week
Book Fair Elementary Library Media Center 8:00-3:00

May 17 – Fun Fitness Field Day – Grades 4-6 – 12:00 – 2:30 (Raindate: May 20)
May 20 – First Grade to Spangler Candy – 9:30
May 21 – Sixth Grade to Harrison Lake
Grades 3-6 Spring Music/Band Concert – 6:00

May 22 – Fourth Grade to Toledo
Fifth Grade to Harrison Lake
Pre-School to Crommer Park
Kindergarten Graduation at 1:45

May 23 (Make-up day) – DJ Gary

May 24 (Make-up day) – Last Day for Students
Grade Cards sent home with students (all fees must be paid)
Awards Assemblies
Early Dismissal – 1:15

May 26 – High School Graduation
May 27 – Memorial Day
May 28 – Teacher Work Day
May 29 – SOAR Training
May 30 – SOAR Training
 


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North Central Local School Profile:

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.

Join the team at North Central Local Schools to support the students and community:


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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SWAT 
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tudents Working to Advance Technology
 
Mrs. Deb Meyersr3
SWAT/AIM Advisor

**Web Page created, designed and maintained by SWAT & Tech Dept.
DebMeyers@northcentralschool.org




 

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