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400 Baubice St.,
Pioneer, OH 43554
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"Start with Hello Week" Feb. 8-12, 2016

 

Announcements: Monday, February 8, 2016

Menu for Monday, February 8 - Fish tacos, French fries, cookie bar, fruit, and milk.

Musical- This is a reminder that musical main cast only will meet today at 12:50 in the library media center.

Spanish Club- Chocolate Spanish Club is still selling chocolate roses this week. We only have a limited number left. Hand form and money in to Mrs. House.

Jr. High Student Council- There will be a jr. high Student Council meeting during Channel 1 this Wednesday in the elementary media center. We need to discuss the upcoming dance March 4th.

Scheduling 7th - 11th graders - remember to register for your classes for the 2016-2017 school year by Friday, February 12th! High school students need to register on your PowerSchool account!

Senior Class Meeting- There will be a senior class meeting Friday, Feb. 19 @ 7:45 in the jr. high gym. This meeting will be about a senior class trip. Please be there and be prompt.

Scholarships Seniors - local scholarships are due March 1st!


Military Opportunity Students in grades 9-11 - if you are considering furthering your education at a Military Academy, Congressman Latta will be holding an informational night on Monday, March 7th at 7:00 pm at St. John's Jesuit High School in Toledo. See Miss Veres for more information.

Prom Dress Event West Clinton Church near Pettisville is once again holding their "Beauty Comes from the Heart/Prom Trend 2016" Event Friday, Feb. 19, from 3:30-7:00 pm and Saturday, Feb. 20 from 10:00-4:00. There will be over 300 long dresses and 220+ short dresses available, ties to match dresses, and experts giving makeup, hairstyle, and nail ideas. All are offered for donations only, including shoes, jewelry, and purses. All dresses are gently used (and new). For more information, please stop in the office.

Owens Open House Students - Owens Community College will be holding an Open House for students interested in a Health Career. This will take place on Monday, February 15th. For more information you can call (567) 661-7179.

Seniors - if you plan to provide your own senior portrait for the yearbook, please turn those in to Kayla, Aleea, or Heather by the end of February.

MyPlate Monday Tip of the Day- How many colorful vegetables do you eat? When you vary your veggies, you can take in more nutrients. Bell peppers, spinach, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, and carrots all have unique vitamins in them!

HS Track- Any high school student interested in track this spring, please sign up in the office by Tuesday, Feb. 9.

JH Winter Sports Awards- JH Winter Sports Awards will be held Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 5 pm in the cafeteria. All JH winter sports participants are expected to attend. Freshmen Orientation for all current 8th grade students who were unable to attend the meeting on Feb. 1, will be held immediately after the awards at approximately 6 pm.

Spring Sports- Attention all students who are planning to play a spring sport. If you have not gotten your physicals, you need to get them before the first practice. Baseball and softball practices begin on Feb. 22nd, and track practice
begins on March 7. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Hutchison.

HS Boys Basketball- The JV boys basketball team topped Edon Friday night 39-54 in overtime, but could not beat Montpelier Saturday 29-40. The varsity team took two losses, falling to Edon 60-70 and Montpelier 44-63.

This week is “Start with Hello Week”, sponsored by the Sandy Hook Promise.  Social isolation is the overwhelming feeling of being left out, lonely, or treated like you are invisible.  Let’s honor “Start with Hello Week” by paying extra attention to our friends and classmates who may be feeling left out.  Make it a goal each day this week to say hello to others at the school who you wouldn’t normally talk to.  A smile and a hello go a long way in making others feel welcome.

 

Good Luck to Colton Hicks and Baylee Joice who are the North Central representatives in the County Spelling.

Elementary Calendar Reminders:

February 8 - Williams County Spelling Bee – 6:30 pm at Edon
February 11 – Parent-Teacher Conferences – 3:30 – 7:30 pm
February 12 – No School for Students /** Staff Professional Development Day (waiver day)
February 15 – No School for Staff and Students – Presidents Day

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A message from the Superintendent....

The mild winter weather is having a positive effect on our building project. The walls are going up and steel is being erected. If the weather continues to cooperate, the project could be under roof by February. The contractors have been able to make up a few weeks on the construction schedule. We are still operating on a schedule to be completed so that we can start school in the fall in the new facility.

The mild winter weather has also been good for the school district on the use of our calamity days. We have had to deal with a few winter fog days, but the snow and severe cold has stayed away from us so far.

We are in the midst of our winter sports season, and our basketball teams have had a rough start to the season. Our coaches and athletes are working hard to improve and I am hopeful they will continue to show improvement through the season. I urge you to get out and support our athletes as they are competing against our rivals.

Our music program has had a very busy fall and winter season. Both choir and band programs had excellent Christmas concerts. They also performed for the senior citizen Christmas party and the Chamber of Commerce Christmas party. The band participated in the band show at Bowling Green State University and marched in the Columbus Day Parade in Columbus. Mr. Luthy and Mr. House work very hard with our students and try to showcase our students’ musical skills.

-Ken Boyer,
Superintendent


Ohio School Facilities Commission Approves Funding for NC!

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 participating districts.

On September 10,2012, the Commission was consolidated with the Office of the State Architect to form 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.


Vision Statement: To provide quality educational programs for our community

Mission Statement: 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.

Technology Standards K-12

Ohio Enforcement of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Public Release for Free and Reduced Lunches: In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Ave., Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call toll free (866)632-9992 (voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800)877-9339: or (800)845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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SWAT  Team 2014-2015
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tudents Working to Advance Technology
 
Mrs. Deb Meyers
SWAT Advisor/
Technology Coordinator
DebMeyers@northcentralschool.org
Dakota Wiseman
NCHS SWAT, Captain
Year 1 - Senior

DWiseman@student.northcentralschool.org



Brock Zuver
NCHS SWAT
Year 1 - Junior

BZuver@student.northcentralschool.org

 

Michael Pryslak
NCHS SWAT
Year 1 - Junior

MPryslak@student.northcentralschool.org

 

Nick Henry
NCHS SWAT
Year 1 - Junior

NHenry@student.northcentralschool.org

 

Aides In  Media
Heather McConnaughey
NCHS AIM, Captain
 Senior

HMcconnaughey@student.northcentralschool.org




Kristin Westfall

NCHS AIM
 Senior
KWestfall@student.northcentralschool.org

 

Nathan Traxler
NCHS AIM
Junior

NTraxler@student.northcentralschool.org

 

 

 

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