Boys Basketball Results

NBHS Tigers at Arlington…..

submitted by Suzanne Bucher

N Baltimore @ Arlington – 1/18/19

VARSITY BOYS
Arlington 24-16-7-21—68
N Baltimore 15-8-10-11—44

Levi Gazarek – 15
Clayton Heineman – 9
Jaden Bucher – 8
Alex Snyder – 4
Mitch Clark – 4
Johnny Hagemyer – 2
Zach Weinandy – 2

FGM-A: 18-44 (41%)
FTM-A: 5-8 (63%)
Rebounds: NB 26 (Hagemyer 7), ARL 29
Turnovers: NB 23, ARL 10

Varsity Overall Record 2-8, BVC 0-5
JV BOYS Arlington – 67 N Baltimore – 13 ,JV Overall Record 1-9, BVC 0-5

Upcoming Boys Games
Tue 1/22 Seneca East (home), 6:00
Fri 1/25 Cory-Rawson (home), 6:00
Sat 1/26 @ Maumee Valley Country Day, 6:00

NBHS “A” Honor Roll 2nd Q

NB “A” Honor roll 2nd Quarter 2018-2019


North Baltimore Middle/High School All A Honor roll 2nd Quarter 2018-2019

Grade 12

Britney Biller

Kiley Brooker

Jordan Bucher

Stephen Cole

Brendan Cotterman

Rachel Crouse

Olivia Hyatt

Sierrah Johnson

Allison Kepling

Grace Lennard

Alivia Light

Hannah Lord

Brandon McDonald

Danielle McPherson

Cristina Morales

Tyler Schwartz

Dalton Teaford

Hailey Watson

Grade 11

Katie Dewulf

Abigail Empcke

Meg Empcke

Brayden Holloway

Chloe Lanning

Leah Lea

Wyatt Mowery

Abigail North

Simone Thompson

Skyler Vogelsong

Grade 10

Mikayla Buchanan

Austin Gibson

Diego Rodrigo Aguilar

Grace Stanfield

Meghan Thompson

Zachary Weinandy

Grade 9

Meredith Buchanan

Emma Cotterman

Jashawn Davis

Caeli Empcke

Grace Hagemyer

Halie Inbody

Cassadie Jacobs

Laura Keegan

Gunner Kepling

Grace Knitz

Olivia Matthes

Lauren Neipp

Isabel Rhinehart

Dominic Sheeks

Lucy Trout

Madison Westgate

Grade 8

Hope Carico

Alex Davis

Owen Johnson

Breanna Kreais

Grade 7

Owen Clark

Colin Coykendall

Jordan Jones

Rowan Tackett-Spangenberg

Jesse Vanlerberg

“A – B” Honor Roll

NB Middle/High School A-B Honor Roll 2nd Quarter 2018-2019


North Baltimore Middle/High School A-B Honor Roll

2nd Quarter 2018-2019

Grade 12

Alexis Bear

Kennedy Bretz

Isabella Buchanan

Garrett Byrd

Santos Canales

Zion Cook

Jayde Frazier

Hannah Main

Bryant Matthes

Lanie McCartney

Atlanta Norman

Alex Snyder

Joslynn Sterling

Maddison Swartz

Emily Swope

Lilly Westgate

Zachary Williams

Grade11

Zoey Beaupry

Cheyenne Briner

Hadin Clark

Cody Fisher

Madelyn Gerdeman

Gabriel Greco

Hannah Hopple

Alysia Horner

Alexandria Hosley

Zeth Johnson

Trystin Miklovic-Inbody

Ashton Neiling

Kaitlynn Neer

Sydnee Smith

Hope Stanfield

Hunter Vogelsong

Grade 10

Malachi Combs

Shalynne Guzman

Aiden Hancock

Kaylee Hosler

Jordan Kimmel

Nick Morales

Rylee Ramsey

Myra Stewart

Hannah Swartz

Grade 9

Brock Baltz

Mitchell Clark

Gabby Estrada

Kaitlynn Grant

Daltin Oberley

Caiden Phillips

Leia Thomas

Grade 8

Libby Bowen

Autumn Buder

Jordan Coup

Alivia DeLancy

Gage Dewitt

Lydia Feehan

Garrett Goldsberry

Mackenzie Helbling

Yatziri Hernandez

Jaydon Hill

Emme Hopple

Kaitlyn Kelley

Ariana Loera

Garrett Zeigler

Grade 7

Sarah Casey

Joshua Clayton

Joshua Fennell

Alexandra Greeno

Aryona Higley

Jerimiyah Horner

Isabella Jury

Ryleigh Kresse

Zachery Livingson

Toby Lundy

Jada Mathias

Gavin Soltis

Jacob Trout

NBHS Seeks Coaches

North Baltimore Local Schools Coaching Supplemental

North Baltimore Local Schools Coaching Supplementals

  • Jr. High Track Coach
  • HS Assistant Football Positions (HS coaching experience is preferred)
  • Jr High Head Volleyball Coach Positions

Candidates must possess or be able to obtain a valid Pupil Activity Permit from the Ohio Department of Education.

Please send resume and letter of interest to Co-Athletic Director Dan Davis ddavis@nbls.org

NB Schools Increase Safety Alert Communications

NB finding additional ways to bring peace of mind for parents and teachers in its district.

North Baltimore Schools Implement Product to Help Increase School Safety and Communication

January 15, 2019 – As schools across the country grapple with finding ways to keep students and teachers safe during the school day, one Wood county school is committed to finding additional ways to bring peace of mind for parents and teachers in its district.

Superintendent Ryan Delaney of North Baltimore Local Schools is partnering with the DriveMind Group of North Canton, Ohio, a school safety consultant, to implement a new communication product that will help to increase the safe operations of the school district.

The district has implemented the ‘Alertus’ program, available through DriveMind, to help with safety and communications efforts in an emergency. Delaney says the program is making a difference.

Communicating quickly with students, teachers and parents in the time of an emergency is vital. Alertus is an emergency response communication system that ensures everyone can receive critical information, regardless of where they are and what they’re doing, during an emergency. Notifications can be sent through traditional means of phone paging systems, email notification and text messages, but can also include pushing emergency messages to digital signage, desktop computers, PA systems, and fire alarm panels using equipment that the school already owns – something that is not available with many other products on the market.

After reviewing other systems for North Baltimore, Delaney chose Alertus for his district. “We knew it was important to be proactive in our communication approach. Families expect that we will communicate with them quickly in a crisis, and Alertus helps us to do that more effectively. And working with an industry leader, like DriveMind, helps us to implement it seamlessly into our current systems.”

Because school safety is so important, DriveMind has made it a focus of their business. In addition to schoolSAFEid and Alertus, DriveMind Group is also known for its promotion of the Bolo Stick door barricade system, a lockdown device can be deployed under the most stressful of situations, and by anyone at any age. From building safety to curriculum enhancement, DriveMind prides itself on recommending solutions that can empower and protect school leadership, teachers and students.

For more information, visit drivemindgroup.com or call 330.614.7902.

2 HR Delay in NB Wednesday

Roads – sidewalks and other stuff outside are getting a layer of freezing precipitation!

Winter is back – get used to it!

Two-hour DELAY for North Baltimore Local Schools!

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Roads – sidewalks and other stuff outside are getting a layer of freezing precipitation!

UPDATE – School Board Organizational Met Monday Jan. 14

UPDATE – TheNBXpress.com apologizes to all for posting the incorrect date for the Organizational and Regular School Board Meetings!

NORTH BALTIMORE LOCAL SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION

NORTH BALTIMORE MS/HS BUILDING
2012 Tiger Drive
Monday, January 14, 2019

UPDATE – TheNBXpress.com apologizes to all for posting the incorrect date for the Organizational and Regular School Board Meetings!

5:30 PM – ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

6:00 PM – (Following Organizational Meeting at 5:30 PM)

These meetings of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District’s business and is not to be considered a public community meeting.

OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THE BOARD A pamphlet is provided at the board meeting for members of the community to review the proper procedure to address both agenda and non-agenda items. Please review
this pamphlet before making any statements to the Board. After being recognized by the President, please provide your name and address to the Treasurer. Please limit your comments to three minutes.

Agendas are available the Board Office on South Main and at the meeting.

Friday Night Basketball is Military Appreciation Night

Wear your Red, White, and Blue Friday Night at Arlington…….

This Friday is Military Appreciation Night at high school basketball games across the state of Ohio. Please wear your red, white, and blue!

North Baltimore will be playing at Arlington. All active/veteran military with an ID are admitted free.

Powell K-3rd Winter Musical

K – 3rd grade students at Powell will present a winter musical, “Flakes”

Kindergarten through third-grade students at Powell Elementary School will present a winter musical, “Flakes”, on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019. The musical will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Powell gymnasium and will be free and open to the public.

Lady Tigers Lose at Home

Thursday, January 10th….

The Tigers were shy in the scoring column on Thursday night, at the Jungle, as Arcadia handed the girls a 70-32 loss.

Arcadia had 10 players scoring, with Pratt-18, R. Pratt-16, and Burnett-14 leading the way.

from Suzanne Bucher

Arcadia @ North Baltimore – 1/10/19

Varsity Girls

Arcadia   16-16-26-12—70
North Baltimore 15- 4- 10- 3 —32

Alivia Light – 16

Leah Lee – 9

Simone Thompson – 4

Halie Inbody – 3

2-PT FGM-A:  5-19 (26%)

3-PT FGM-A:  5-13 (38%)

FTM-A:  7-7 (100%)

Rebounds: 17 (Hagemyer 8)

Steal Leaders: Light 3, Thompson 2

Assist Leader: Light 4

Turnovers: 21

Varsity Overall Record 5-6, BVC 4-2

JV Girls

Arcadia – 31
NB – 24

Kenzie Perez – 8

Gabby Estrada – 7

Hailey Lennard – 4

Halie Inbody – 3

Lexi Long – 2

JV Overall Record 4-7, BVC Record 2-4

UPCOMING GIRLS GAMES

Tue 1/15 @ Upper Scioto Valley, 6pm

Thur 1/17 @ Cory Rawson, 6pm

NB Winter Homecoming 2019

The North Baltimore High School Homecoming theme is “Party In the Jungle”.


submitted by Cristina Morales, NBHS Publications

The North Baltimore High School Homecoming theme is “Party In the Jungle”.

The Homecoming Dance theme is a black light “glow” party. The dance is Saturday, Jan. 11 following the home basketball game vs. Patrick-Henry. The dance ends at 11:30. Admission for the dance is free and all students are welcome to attend.

The Winter Homecoming Court (Foto by Ferg)

Top row (all seniors): Olivia Hyatt, Harley Cole, Lilly Westgate, Dalton Teaford, Lanie McCartney, Bryant Matthes; Bottom row: Meghan Thompson (sophomore), Diego Rodrigo (sophomore), Chloe Hopple (junior), Logan Gunter (junior), Gabriella Estrada (freshman), Jonathon Hagemyer (freshman)

Poster Contest for Ohio Students

Ohio Attorney General’s Office Now Accepting National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest Entries


(COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is urging Ohio fifth graders and their teachers to take part in the 2019 National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest.

The Ohio Attorney General’s Missing Persons Unit is now accepting entries for the contest.

The contest’s theme is “Bringing Our Missing Children Home,” and it is sponsored nationally by the United States Department of Justice. The purpose of the contest is to help raise awareness about child safety, exhibit America’s efforts to bring missing children home safely, and highlight the importance of preemptive education programs.

Fifth graders across the state are eligible to submit a poster to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office that incorporates the theme of the contest into their artwork. The artwork will be judged on creativity, reflection of the contest theme, and design originality.

The top three posters will be selected by a panel of judges from the Ohio AMBER Alert Steering Committee and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. The winners, their parents, and teachers will be invited to Columbus to receive their awards.

Ohio’s first place winner will then be entered into the national contest, where one nationwide winner will travel to Washington, D.C., to participate in the National Missing Children’s Day ceremony.

Ohio entries should be sent to the Ohio Attorney General’s Missing Persons Unit, P.O. Box 365, London, Ohio, 43140. The deadline is February 15, 2019.

Each poster must be submitted with a completed application, which includes a description of the poster and a brief biography of the artist. Click here to access the application and contest rules.