North Central Local
400 Baubice St.,
Pioneer, OH 43554
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NCHS Spring Musical
All Shook Up
Congrats on a weekend of outstanding performances!
Announcements: Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Menu Pork carnita taco, lettuce & cheese, pintos & cheese, tortilla chips & salsa, fruit, and milk.
Post Prom Post prom bus will be leaving from the north side of the school promptly at 10:30. If you signed up to go and do not show up for the bus, for your safety, your parents will be notified.
Spanish Club Meeting There will be a Spanish Club meeting today during Channel 1 in Mrs. Ford's room regarding Cinco de Mayo. Please be prompt.
Jr. High Student Council There will be a jr. high Student Council meeting Friday during Channel 1 in the Auditeria. Please be prompt.
Cast & Crew Meeting There will be a musical cast & crew meeting tomorrow during Channel 1 at the back of the stage. Please be prompt.
OARS Meeting There will be an OARS meeting this Friday in Mrs. Hills's room during Channel 1 regarding the fishing and mushroom hunting outing.
Athletic Council The North Central Athletic Department is looking for students in grades 7-12 who are interested in serving as class leaders for the new Student Athlete Leadership Council. The minimum qualifications to be part of the council include: 1. Good academic standing (minimum of 2.75 GPA), 2. Participated in at least one sport during the 2016-2017 school year, 3. Exhibit responsibility, positive attitude, and high energy level, 4. Able to give and receive constructive feedback, 5. Desire to be a leader in the school. Applications are available in the HS office. Deadline to apply is Monday, May 1st, at 3 pm. Please turn applications in to Mrs. Smeltzer.
Summer Job High school students - we have a local family who is in need of a babysitter this summer. You must have your own transportation. See Miss Veres for more information.
ACT Students - May 5th is the registration deadline for the June 10th ACT test. Register at www.act.org.
Sauder Open House Sauder Woodworking would like to invite high school students and their parents to visit their campus on Thursday, April 27th from 4-7 pm. You will hear about job opportunities, tour one of the factory floors, hear about the benefits they offer and more! Check out the flyers posted around the school for more information.
Job Opportunity Attention students 16 years and older - Green Bay Packaging in Archbold is accepting applications for summer 2017. Full time and part time jobs are available. Check out the bulletin boards for more information.
Jobs Students 16 and older - HMS Host (The Turnpike Plaza's restaurants) - are now hiring! See the bulletin boards around school for more information!
HS Softball The varsity softball team took a heartbreaking loss last night to Edon 2-1. Keep fighting ladies.
HS Baseball The varsity baseball team fell to Edon last evening 9-6. David Pinc went the distance on the mound for the Eagles. Hitters for the Eagles were Remington Beck with three singles and two RBI's, Josh Bailey with two singles, Jack Bailey a double and an RBI, and Steven Williams and David Pinc each with a single.
Athlete of the Week Congratulations to Athlete of the Week Makayla Hayes. Makayla had another great week for the lady Eagles softball team. She has an overall pitching record of 6-1 with a 2.67 era for the season. Last week she had a batting average of .545, which included 5 RBI's and 2 home runs. This was all done while putting in hours of time to prepare for the high school musical. Congratulations Makayla!
Girls…….mark your calendars for the Daddy Daughter Dance sponsored by the Pride of Pioneer Pageant Directors. The dance will be Saturday, May 6th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the North Central School Auditeria. Admission is $20.00 per dad and daughter(s). Admission fee includes a 5x7 photo and snacks.
Northwest State Community College will again host their summer STEM Camps. STEM camps are opened to all students entering grades 5 through 8 in the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. The camps are full of fun hands on activities where it is all about designing, creating, building and making things better. You will participate in activities such as 3-D printing, learning to Code, Robotics build rockets, play with holograms and magnets, take a tour of a local manufacturing plant, and more. There are limited spots available for each camp, so make sure to pick up your STEM Camp Registration Form in the office today!
Volunteers are needed for Elementary Field Days - Goodbye winter! At least we hope so. It appears that spring is upon us and that means it is once again time to begin planning for our elementary field day events. Fun Fitness Day will be held for students in grades 1-3 on Friday, May 12, from 12:00 to 2:30 pm. Rain date for the event is Monday, May 15. Fun Fitness Day for grades 4-6 students will be held on Friday, May 19. The rain date is Monday, May 22. As in the past, in order for the events to take place we need YOU! Several volunteers are needed to be group leaders, and possibly station leaders. If you are interested in helping with one or both of these field day events, please call the elementary school at 419-737-2293. Please ask to speak to Mrs. Page and let her know you are interested in assisting with Fun Fitness Field Day. You may also email Mr. Hutchison at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer, or if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you on these dates and sharing these fun days with our students and staff.
Class Act All-Stars Cheer and Gymnastics free clinics and evaluations for next year will be April 24-27th.
A message from the Superintendent....
Spring has arrived and we survived what proved to be a rather mild winter. Our new facility operated very well through the winter and students and staff have adapted well to the new surroundings.
The spring sports programs are in full swing. The track, softball and baseball teams are now all competing against our area schools. The athletes and coaches have all been working hard, so I would encourage the community to get out and go to a track meet, softball or baseball game.
The practices are now in process for the spring musical. This is exciting because this will be the first production in the new facility. This year’s production is “All Shook Up” and will be presented on April 21st, 22nd and 23rd. Contact the school to order your tickets for the musical. It is always a nice event.
The spring is always testing time for our students. Our staff has worked hard to get our students ready for the state achievement tests. I encourage parents to make sure your children are getting the proper amount of sleep and eating some breakfast before they come to school. These two items will help the students be physically and mentally ready to take these tests.
I will be retiring as superintendent at the end of July. I have had the privilege of serving this school district for the last eleven years. My career started in teaching in 1971 and I have spent forty-six years in education and thirty-one as superintendent in Ohio. Thank you to this community for their support of educating the kids of this school district over the years. You can be proud of the North Central Schools.
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 life-long learning..
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