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OGT WEEK: March
March 10, 2014
Juniors and Seniors: Should there be a weather delay during OGT
week, ALL students will need to be at school at 10:00 a.m.
Students and Staff: North Central has again been invited to
participate in the Cinderella Project. You may donate any gently used
prom dresses, shoes, jewelry, purses, etc. Please bring them to the high
school office. All items will be picked up March 20th, with the sale
being held April 5th at Edon School.
Prom Event "Beauty Comes From The Heart"
Prom open house and charity fundraiser will be held Friday, March
14th from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday, March 15th from 10:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the West Clinton Mennonite Church on the corners of
CR C and CR 18, Wauseon, OH. There will be experts available giving
make-up, hairstyle, and nail ideas. There will also be over 90 gently
used prom dresses being offered for donations only along with shoes,
jewelry, purses, wraps, and men's suits. All money donations will be
going to the Dow Family Children's Home in Kenya.
HS Winter Sports Awards
HS Winter Sports Awards will be held Thursday, March 13th in the
varsity gym at 6:00 p.m. All high school winter sport athletes must
attend to receive their awards. If you are unable to attend, please see
Juniors: You and your parents are encouraged to attend a college
planning meeting on Tuesday, March 11th at 6:30 p.m. in Mr. Ruffer's
classroom. If you are unable to be at the meeting, please see Miss Veres
to get the information.
The Junior High Student Council will be hosting a dance on March
14th from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. The theme is SUMMER, so wear
your bright clothes. Please enter through the east side cafeteria doors.
The admission is $2.00 and only NC JH students are invited to come. Food
and refreshments will be provided. We hope to see everyone there!
A reminder to all spring sport athletes that the OHSAA parent
meeting is tonight at 6:00 p.m. This meeting is for all spring sports
athletes that have not participated in another sport this school year.
The individual sport meetings for all spring sports are at 6:30 p.m. All
spring sport athletes and their parents are required to attend this
meeting. If you have any questions, or are unable to attend you must see
Mr. Hutchison TODAY!
Attention high school seniors considering Northwest State Community
College after graduation. Full tuition Presidential and half tuition
Honors Scholarship applications are still being accepted for the
upcoming 2014 academic year. Applications are due April 1st. Please
visit www.northweststate.edu to download the application or see Miss
Veres for more details.
Any JH or HS students interested in Summer Rec. baseball or softball
please pick up a packet and sign up sheet in the high school office by
Tickets are on sale in the high school office for the 31st annual
Four County All Star Cage Classic to be played on Friday, April 4th at
Bryan High School. Hannah Siekemeyer and Clayton Ferguson will be
representing NC. Tickets are $5 each and all proceeds go to the Special
Olympics. Please make plans to come enjoy the fun. Tickets will be on
sale daily until April 4th.
HS tracksters first practice is Monday at 3:30 p.m. Meet in the
cafeteria, dressed and ready to go outside. Wear hats, gloves, etc. NC
track is flying high with NC pride!
Popcorn Chicken, Bread Stick, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Banana, Apple
Juice, and Milk
Junior high softball practice will be this week on Tuesday and
Thursday from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in the junior high gym.
This is a reminder that there will be food for the Jazz Band during
Channel One followed by rehearsal.
Heroes for Heart; here is your heart healthy fact of the day! Regular
stretching can actually help improve your sense of balance, which can
improve coordination and athletic performance.
We again have candy bars for sale for Travis Turnerís Relay for Life
team, Travisí Miracle Team. Candy bars are $1.00 each and they can be
purchased in the elementary office. Flavors available are almond,
crisped rice, peanut butter, and caramel all in milk chocolate.
Hope Takes Flight is selling plastic bracelets for $2.00 each. There are
adult and youth sizes. They can be purchased in Mrs. Hendricks room
before or after school.
From the Superintendentís Desk
The North Central Schools have had a
very successful first half of the school year. We have implemented the
one to one computers for grades seven through twelve. This means that
each student has their own computer to use and they can take it home
with them as well. We have also put laptops in grades four through six
for students to use at school. The elementary in grades one through
three also have the ability to use lap tops as part of their educational
program as well. The use of this technology enables us to enhance the
educational process for all of our students.
The school district is investigating the possibility of building a new
high school. We are eligible to secure state funds that could fund 53%
of this project. Our intent would be to keep all of our current
facilities except for the high school building. The district residents
are currently taxed on 1.5 mills on a bond issue that built the
elementary building. Our intent would be to ask the residents to approve
the bond issue for 1.5 mills, which is equal to the bond issue that
would be paid off in 2014. The remaining cost for building the new high
school would be funded with funds generated with our current permanent
improvement funds. This project would also include an auditorium for our
The project is still in the planning stage. A couple of items are
important to note: 1) The project could be funded without raising your
taxes. 2) The project has not been approved by the State of Ohio. 3) The
building would be located on our existing site. The Board of Education
will evaluate the building project very closely before a final approval
The winter season is now upon us and delays and closings are always part
of our operations. We try to make our decisions on delays and closings
before 6:00 am and we send out alerts, messages on our local phone
system and radio and television announcements. Our decisions are based
on the safety of our students and we attempt to communicate in all ways
possible. We have been very fortunate these last few years with minimal
delays and closings. This year is off to a cold and snowy start.
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
Certification Letter for Tech Plan
Technology Standards K-12
Ohio Enforcement of the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act
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JH Quiz Bowl!
Placed 2nd in County
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*2014 Yearbooks can still be
ordered. If you would like to order online, the cost of the yearbook is
$42.00 for the High School Yearbook; $20.00 for Elementary. Go to
You can still get the lower price of the yearbooks if you order in
person with cash or check ($36 for H.S. & $17 for Elementary). Make your
check out to North Central Yearbook and pick up your order form in the
office or print it from above links. Last day to order is Friday,
North Central rated Excellent by Ohio Department of Education!
Click to view district report card.