North Central Local
400 Baubice St.,
Pioneer, OH 43554
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Happy Thanksgiving Break Nov. 25 - Nov. 30!


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Elementary Calendar Reminders:

November 25 – November 30 – No School – Thanksgiving Break
December 2 and 3 – Third Grade ELA testing
December 6 – Grades 5-12 Band Concert
December 14 – Church Release – Grades 1-6 – 1:30 pm
December 17 – K-2 Music Program – 6:00 pm
December 18 – End of Second Nine Weeks
December 21 – January 1 – Christmas Break

Parking 2015-2016:




A message from the Superintendent....

The 2015-2016 school year is off to a smooth start in spite of all the physical changes that are taking place at the school.  I want to thank the parents and our community for their patience with all the challenges that we are facing with the construction.  Parking has been the major challenge, but we seem to have adequate parking at this point.  We have had to change bus pick up and drop off as well as parent drop off of students.

Our construction managers have told us they believe we are still on schedule to get the new facility under roof before the snow flies.  We anticipate that the foundations will be put in and walls start going up within the next few weeks.

We have had tremendous cooperation with the Village of Pioneer during this first phase of construction as we worked through electrical, water, sewage and permit issues.  Our architects and construction managers are amazed at the cooperation that exists between the school and village.  This working relationship is just another example of what a great community we have in Pioneer and in the entire school district.

The Fall sports schedule is in full operation with golf, volleyball and cross country.  The coaches and athletes are all working hard to perform at their very best.  I encourage everyone to try and get out and support the athletes.

Our high school band performed at the Williams County Fair band show on Monday, September 14th.  We marched over 60 band members and Bryan marched only about 10 to 12 more than our band.  Mr. Luthy and our students put on an outstanding show and North Central fans were there in large numbers to support our school.  We are very fortunate to have an outstanding music program led by Mr. Luthy and Mr. House.

We look forward to an excellent 2015-2016 school year that will conclude with the construction of our new high school facility.  Our staff is dedicated to providing our students with the best quality education in Northwest Ohio.

-Ken Boyer,

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.

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Public Release - Free and reduced lunches

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
tudents Working to Advance Technology
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