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Homecoming week kicks off at NBHS this morning and will continue throughout the week.There are a lot of activities planned for the week( see bottom of article) that the community can take part in. Congratulations to these students who have been chosen to represent their respective classes. 

NBHS Fall Homecoming Court 2017

Freshmen Attendants:

Mia McCartney is the daughter of Kelly and Will McCartney.  Mia participates in volleyball, track, band, basketball, softball, and student council here at NBHS, and participates in the Youth Fellowship program at her church.  In her free time, she enjoys playing summer softball, running, spending time with her friends, family, and boyfriend, Hunter, and she also enjoys going to the beach and cheering on her favorite teams: the Cleveland Indians, the Ohio State Buckeyes, and the Cleveland Browns.

Mia McCartney-freshman

Nick Morales is the son of Zailett Morales and Richard Morales. In his spare time, he likes hanging out with friends and family. He also enjoys going to NB sporting events to watch or participate in them.

Nick Morales-freshman

Sophomore Attendants: 

Lydia Hartman is the daughter of Bev and Sam Breyman. Lydia runs cross country and track. She is also a member of publications and swing choir.

Lydia Hartman-sophomore

Brayden Holloway is the son of Matt and Jenny Holloway. He plays football, basketball, and baseball here at NBHS. He also likes to spend time with his friends and in his free time he enjoys watching movies.

Brayden Holloway

Junior Attendants:

Maureen Krieger is a foreign exchange student from Germany. Her host parents are Amy and Thomas Lee. Back home she enjoys riding horses and has her own horse named Turner. Here in America, she has started playing volleyball. She enjoys traveling and has lived one month in Sardinia because of an exchange before. In the future, she hopes to travel the world and do something with CSI or design.

Maureen Krieger-junior

Matt Julien is the son of Greg Julien and Laura Julien. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, working out, and playing video games.

Matt Julien -junior

Senior Attendants:

Paige Hyatt is the daughter of Troy and Penny Hyatt. Paige participates in softball and basketball here at NBHS and is also a member of the National Honor Society. Outside of school she enjoys shopping, doing makeup, and hanging out with friends, and especially, her sister Olivia. Upon graduation, Paige plans to attend BGSU and work with children.

 

Paige Hyatt -senior

Noah Cotterman is the son of Tracy and C.J. Cotterman. At North Baltimore, he participates in football, basketball, baseball, and track. He is the current president of National Honor Society and the senior class, and also participates in Student Council. In his spare time, he loves to hang out with the Baller Squad and other friends. After graduation, he plans to attend The Ohio State University, BGSU, or Ohio University to major in business or political science.

Noah Cotterman-senior

Taylor Kelley is the daughter of Kim and Tim Kelley. Taylor was a member of the volleyball team for three years, and she is currently a member of formations dance studio for competitive dance. She has also been an active member of student council and Paws for a Cause for two years. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and her closest friends Chantel, Kate, Josh, and Makenna. Upon graduation, Taylor plans to attend The University of Toledo to be a mechanical engineer. She also plans to return to sporting events to cheer on her sister Kaitlyn.

Taylor Kelley-senior

Noah Pelton is the son of Mary Casey and Kirk Pelton. Here at NBHS, Noah is an active member of band, cross country, Tri-M, student council, and NHS. Outside of school, he is also in the Boy Scouts and has earned his Eagle ranking. He holds a part time job at the scout shop. In the future, Noah plans on going to The University of Toledo to earn a degree in environmental science as well as to join the Air Force ROTC and National Guard.

Noah Pelton -senior

Makenna Ray is the daughter of Chris and Jeremy Ray. Makenna participates in softball and is an active member of student council, National Honor Society, and Paws for a Cause. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, hanging out with friends, shopping, and watching Netflix. In the future, Makenna plans to attend Bowling Green State University to major in Psychology.

Makenna Ray -senior

Nate Staley is the son of Dan and the late Rhonda Staley. Here at NBHS he participates in wrestling and football. In his free time, he enjoys hanging out with friends as well as eating and sleeping. After graduation, Nate has plans to attend BGSU with the hopes of becoming an athletic trainer in his future. 

Nate Staley-senior

Prince and Princess: Kindergarten Attendants:  (No photos available)

Lauren Watson is the daughter of Kristy Watson.  Lauren is in Mrs. Pasche’s class, and when she grows up, she wants to be a doctor.  Her favorite color is purple and she enjoys playing with her baby dolls and putting together puzzles.

Brody Clark is the son of Ryan and Rani Clark. Brody is in Mrs. Pasche’s class and wants to be a baseball player like his dad when he grows up. His favorite colors are red and blue, and he is a triplet. His sisters are Brynne and Lily Clark. 

The 2016 Queen and King, Makayla Light and Noah Brian will be present to crown the new royalty on Friday Night.

Last year’s queen, Makayla Light is the daughter of Aaron (Butch) and Kelly Light. Makayla is currently attending The University of Findlay for pharmacy.

The 2016 king, Noah Brian, is the son of Rob and Shelley Brian. He is currently attending The University of Findlay. In his spare time, he enjoys riding dirt bikes and hanging out with family, friends, and his girlfriend.
The North Baltimore Homecoming will take place from September 18th through September 23rd this year. The theme for the 2017 Fall Homecoming is Disney.

Spirit days will start on Monday, September 18th with Pajama Day. On Tuesday, students and staff will dress up for sport day by wearing their favorite team jersey or sporting apparel. For Wednesday, NB will sport Country Bumpkin’ attire. On Thursday, they are asked to dress from their favorite decade. Then as usual, the week will end with Tiger Spirit Day on Friday as the school shows their spirit in hopes that the Tigers defeat Cory Rawson.

Also during this week each class, 7th through 12th grade, will participate in The Battle of the Classes by doing different activities such as: auditeria and float decorating, tug-o-war, lip sync, and more.

The powder puff game will take place on Tuesday, September 19th at 7 p.m. at the football field. The bonfire and mudslide will immediately follow. Classes are encouraged to come and lead their cheers at the bonfire as part
of the Battle of the Classes.

Parade lineup will be Friday, September 22nd at 4:45 in front of Powell, with step-off at 5:30. Come out and support your NB Tigers and court!

The Homecoming dance will be held on September 23rd at 7 p.m. in the auditeria until 10:30 p.m.

Teachers Stefanie Lauer & Mallory Huffman are the NBHS Student Council Advisors.

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