The Board of Education gathered Tuesday evening at NBHS for their monthly meeting.
The Board accepted the resignation of Powell Elementary Principal Mark Lange , effective September 30th.
According to Superintendent Ryan Delaney, “Mr. Lange has resigned for personal reasons. ” This morning he told theNBXpress “We have already posted the position across the state and are searching for a replacement”
Lange was hired in June 2016 and replaced Scott Lockwood.
Delaney also stated: * Enrollment is up by 11 students this year, including 7 students who came after Labor Day *Work will begin this week (Thursday) on construction related to athletic fields at the NBHS campus, beginning with a fence going up. *Donuts for Dads is a BIG event. Fifty-two dozen donuts are ordered for the crowd on Friday morning. *Congratulated District Treasurer Steven Stewart on his upcoming wedding
Dr. Falkenstein’s Principal Report for North Baltimore MS/HS September 25, 2018
North Central Ohio ESC: We were contacted and provided some help to area schools about our online options and using the PEAK curriculum. Mathias was particularly helpful in discussing the intricacies of offering online credit. Seneca County schools really appreciated us sharing with them since our online school has been operating for several years.
“Five Minutes for Life” centers on Ohio State Troopers, Ohio National Guard members and local law enforcement talking for five minutes with students before or after a practice or a meeting, about responsible decision-making, leadership and encouraging those in their peer group to live a drug-free lifestyle. This educational campaign aims to reduce and ultimately eliminate drug use among students. Ohio State Highway Patrol Sergeant Ryan Purpura will be joining us this Thursday and Friday since School Resource Officer Mandy Slane put together meetings with our band and football team.
Recycling: Our first Ball recycling pick up is October 19. We’re working on a permanent location for drop-offs. One issue is keeping it from turning into a trash area. Look for future announcements to drop off aluminum cans at the middle/high school prior to October 19.
Homecoming Week is approaching! By order of NBFD, we cannot have a bonfire anymore. We do not have the necessary 1000’ zone around the fire, and they cannot risk the liability. We will still have the Powderpuff, Spirit competition, and this year…extra water for the senior mudslide!
I am still involved in the OASSA Legislative Committee this year and am working to stay informed and help change policy at the state level.
Our staff and students are working so hard this year, just as they did last year. I am proud of them and thankful to be included as a NB Tiger!
No Powell report. (Donuts for Dads is Tomorrow, September 28th)
Other items from the meeting: # Accepted resignation of Monica Davis, Aide # Hired Sue Phillips as an Aide for 6 hours per day # Accepted $2750.00 of Wellness money from the Wood County Schools Health Consortium for staff wellness incentives. # Received a $1000.00 anonymous donation for 6th grade camp # Hired Nick Lennard as Head Softball Coach
After the 20 minute meeting, the Board held an executive session for the purpose of discussing personnel matters.
The top 3 teams, plus the next top 3 individuals advance to the District Tournament Monday, October 1, at Sycamore Springs Golf Course in Arlington.
Lady Tigers move on to OHSAA District
from Suzanne BucherABOVE – Left to Right: Lilly Westgate, Jordan Bucher, Jordan Baker, Lexi Long, Olivia Matthes
North Baltimore’s Girls’ Golf Sectionals were held Wednesday, September 26, at Fostoria Country Club, which is 1 of 4 Div II girls’ sectional sites in NW Ohio. 15 full teams, plus 4 individuals competed at Fostoria. The top 3 teams, plus the next top 3 individuals advance to Districts held on Monday, October 1, at Sycamore Springs Golf Course, Arlington, Ohio.
Teams advancing to Districts out of the Fostoria sectional include Oak Harbor (374), Margaretta (393) and North Baltimore (408).
The Lady Tigers were led by Jordan Bucher (85), Lilly Westgate (93), Jordan Baker (115) and Lexi Long (115). Bucher finished tied for 5th and Westgate tied for 10th individually.
Sydney Leyerle from Gibsonburg was Sectional Medalist shooting a 74.
As you travel down Main Street be sure and check out the freshly painted sunburst over the entrance of the NBOAHS building (229 N. Main). Thanks to the painting talent of Jim “Picasso” Kuhlman this special architectural feature has a new look.
Sunbursts were popular architectural symbols during the Victorian Era of the late 1800’s and were used as a symbol of prosperity. Some architectural historians also think the full sunburst was used to represent the British Empire—“the sun never sets on the British Empire.” The half sunburst/setting sun represents the decline of power and influence of the British Empire.
There are at least three other houses in North Baltimore that still have original sunburst architecture features. Do you know their locations?
Youth now have the opportunity to receive specialized care at the facility…..
Bluffton Hospital, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, recently welcomed Jennifer Hohman, MD as its first pediatric hospitalist. Previously, patients newborn to 18 years old who required overnight care were typically transferred to Blanchard Valley Hospital or another nearby hospital with pediatricians on staff. Now that Dr. Hohman has joined Bluffton Hospital, children can be admitted without leaving town.
The addition of Dr. Hohman allows children who visit the hospital with more serious illnesses or injuries to remain close to home while receiving overnight care.
“Children have always had exceptional care available at Bluffton Hospital’s emergency department,” said Nicole Keuneke, director of operations at the hospital. “Now, youth have the opportunity to receive specialized care at the facility.
We are focused on providing complete family care to our patients,” she continued. “Recently Bluffton Primary Care was established on our campus and now the services provided by Dr. Hohman make Bluffton Hospital an easy choice for health care.”
Apart from being a pediatric hospitalist, Dr. Hohman will serve as the lead physician at Bluffton’s Beyond MedSpa, also part of Blanchard Valley Health System. The addition of Dr. Hohman will allow patients of all ages to receive medical procedures such as laser treatments and injectables without having to travel.
Dr. Hohman looks forward to serving Bluffton and the surrounding communities. To contact her, call Bluffton Hospital at 419.358.9010 or Bluffton’s Beyond MedSpa at 419.369.2288.
Check out the video to see how this pie is made…….
There’s no better way to top off a scrumptious dinner than with a big slice of this yummy coconut custard pie. With a mild taste of coconut and the sweet taste of custard, you’ll be wanting to go back for seconds. If desired, top with toasted coconut or better yet, some whipped cream. Find more dessert recipes at culinary.net.
Coconut Custard Pie
Pastry for single-crust pie (9 inches)
1 cup sweetened shredded coconut, chopped
3 eggs, beaten
2-1/2 cups 2% milk
2/3 cup sugar
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
Toasted sweetened shredded coconut, optional
Preheat oven to 450°. Line a 9-in. deep-dish pie plate with pastry; trim and flute edges. Line unpricked pastry with a double thickness of heavy-duty foil. Bake 10 minutes. Remove foil; bake 5 minutes longer. Sprinkle coconut over crust; set aside. Reduce oven setting to 350°.
In a large bowl, combine the eggs, milk, sugar, flour, vanilla and salt. Pour over coconut; sprinkle with nutmeg.
Bake, uncovered, 45-50 minutes or until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean. Cool on a wire rack for 1 hour. Refrigerate leftovers.