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. - 2:50 p.m.
Admin. Office Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Parent/Home Resources:
District/Staff Contacts

At Home: AR/AMath
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Transportation Form
Transportation Change Form


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BBC Link (Schedules)
NC Athletic Hall of Fame
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Board of Education:
Next Meeting:  2/24/20
6:30 p.m.

Board Members, Policy, News
Academic Acceleration
Compliance Officers
District Newsletter - Jan. 2020
Electronic Device Policy
Medical Forms
School Forms
Student Handbook

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2nd Xtra Math
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Congrats NC Homecoming Court 2020!

homecoming court 2020

Homecoming Ceremony
Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020
5:30 p.m.
Varsity Gym
Dance Immediately Following Game
Pioneer Community Center

Announcements: Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Menu Philly steak, French fries, romaine salad w/ carrots, fruit, and milk.

Four County Sophomores - if you are interested in attending Four County next year please fill out the application form at wwww.fourcounty.net. Application deadline is Feb. 1st!

Homecoming Week Themes for Homecoming Week are as follows: Today - Favorite Sports Team / Jersey Day, Wednesday - Dynamic Duo Day, Thursday - Tourist / Beach Day, Friday - Class Shirt Day. Class shirt must be this year's shirt.

FFA Change the world with your spare change! Join North Central FFA and Heifer International as we "Change the World" by turning spare change into fresh milk for children in Tanzania. Change will be collected beginning Monday through Thursday. Add change to your grade's milk jug in the high school office. The winning class will be announced Friday at the Homecoming assembly, where they will not only receive Homecoming points, but also doughnuts the following Monday! 1st place is 20 points, 2nd place is 15 points, 3rd place is 10 points, and 4th place is 5 points.

Buckeye Girls State Junior girls - please turn in the completed Buckeye Girls State forms if you are interested. Additional application copies are in the office!

Homecoming Voting Freshmen and Sophomores - you will vote for Homecoming King and Queen in Miss Ridinger's class today. Juniors - you will vote for Homecoming King and Queen in Miss Ridinger's class tomorrow, Jan. 29th. Seniors - you will vote for Homecoming King and Queen in your third period class today. Students that are not in Miss Ridinger's class or are not in the building during third period, please see Mrs. Smeltzer to cast your ballot.

Homecoming Counts Staff - please count the number of participants per grade for Homecoming during your third period class. Give these numbers to Mrs. Smeltzer in the high school office.

HS Student Council Meeting There will be a high school Student Council meeting at 1 pm today in the Eagle Room. Please be prompt.

Student Council Shirts HS Student Council Students – if you placed an order for Homecoming shirts, they are ready to be picked up in Miss Ridinger’s room.

Scholarship Seniors - there is a new local scholarship available for you. It is the Lila P Orcutt Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship application will be available on the NC website in the next few days, or you can check with Miss Veres.

Freshman Fundraiser Attention freshmen - anyone that has orders and money for discount cards, see Miss Julie, and she will give you the cards. All orders and money will need to be turned in by Monday, Feb. 10th. See Miss Julie if you have any questions.

SOAR SOAR members - sell those Krispy Kreme Donuts! Orders and money are due Wednesday, Feb. 12th. Additional order forms are in the office.

Honor Band / Choir Over the weekend, NC students Ava Livengood, Sky Currence, Haley Wehrle, and Michael Cummins participated in the OMEA District 1 Honor Band and Choir. They were selected from over 600 applicants throughout the Northwest Ohio area. Each group had a combined 10 hours of rehearsal before an outstanding performance on Sunday. Congrats and bravo to all!

Spanish Club Meeting There will be a Spanish Club meeting Thursday at 1 pm in Mrs. Ford's room. Please be prompt.

Homecoming White Out This Saturday is Homecoming! Homecoming Ceremony will begin at 5:30, with the JV and Varsity games following. Come support our Eagles and WHITE OUT the gym. Since all our high school students will be looking great in their homecoming finest, we encourage the community to help us out in this WHITE OUT! Good luck to both teams!

HS Girls Basketball The varsity girls basketball team fell to Continental last night in a tough one. They will travel to Hilltop Thursday to take on the Cadets.

JH Girls Basketball The 8th grade girls basketball team fell to Fayette last night 20-23. It was a hard fought game the whole way falling just short of victory. Great job working hard ladies!

Athlete of the Week Congratulations to last week's Athlete of the Week Emily Lehsten! Emily is a hard worker with a great attitude. She continually works hard even while battling injury. Congratulations Emily!

 

Elementary Announcements:

Krispy Kreme Doughnut sale will end February 12th.  You can buy a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts for $7.00 from any SOAR member.  The doughnuts will be delivered on February 27th.  The money raised from the Krispy Kreme Doughnut sale will be used to fund SOAR activities, including Peer Mediation Training for SOAR members.

Upcoming events:

January 27 – February 12 – SOAR Krispy Kreme Donut Sale
January 31 – Third Grade 4H Presentation
February 5 – Church Release – Grades 1-3 – 12:40/Grades 4-6 – 1:25
February 6 – Grades 5 and 6 Band Concert – 6:00 pm
February 13 – Brad Hurtig Assembly – 5th and 6th Grade – 8:10 – 9:10 am
Parent/Teacher Conferences – 3:30 – 7:30 pm
February 14 – No School for Students – Staff Professional Development Day
February 17 – No School for Students and Staff – President’s Day
February 27 – SOAR Krispy Kreme Donuts delivered

Transporation Update!
North Central Local Schools Transportation Department has a new guideline to follow for drop off and pick up of bus riders for 2019- 2020. All parents of bus riders need to fill out a Transportation/ Alternate Request form that was mailed home last week. If you have not received one, see link to the left (Transportation Forms) under Parent Resources.

419/ 737- 2392 X 5206
or email: emoreland@northcentralschool.org

Each student will now only be allowed to have one bus pick-up and drop-off location. Please review the letter and form that you receive in the mail. Feel free to contact Mr. Moreland with any questions or concerns that you may have.

State of Ohio Update!
The State of Ohio, the Governor, the Ohio Department of Education, and other state-level defendants to a class action lawsuit have reached a proposed settlement and have requested our district's assistance in informing students and parents of the proposed settlement.  To be clear, our district is not a defendant in this lawsuit and is not accused of any wrongdoing in this lawsuit. We are sharing this information as a courtesy to the Ohio Department of Education and our community. Click on this link for details.

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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 ensure 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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Quick Links:


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TV Stations:
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WTVG TV 13
WNWO TV 24
Radio Stations:
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WBNO 100.9 FM
WMTR 96.1 FM
WNDH 103.1 FM


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