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Middle and High School Parent Teacher Conferences

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Parent teacher conferences will be Thursday, February 16 and friday, February 17.  Teachers will be contacting parents/guardians to schedule confrence times for students of concern.  You may also contact the…

Special event for 11th & 12th grade parents thinking about their student’s future after high school

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24th Annual Sounds of the Stadium Concert

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Hey Tiger Fans! The North Baltimore Marching Band invites you to the 24th Annual Sounds of the Stadium Concert Monday, October 17 at 7pm in the NB Gymnasium. Relive all…

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HIGH SCHOOL

Middle School

Powell Elementary

The North Baltimore staff have selected Alivia DeLancy as Student of the Month for February. Academically, she excels in the classroom with a 3.64, has received academic honors the last three years, and was a BVC All-Academic recipient in cross-country last fall.

Outside of the classroom, Alivia is extremely involved in her school. She is a four-year member of cross-country where she served as captain her senior year and was a three-time second team All-BVC runner. She has also participated in track, basketball, softball, student council, Paws For a Cause, and National Honors Society.

In addition to athletics, Alivia demonstrates a passion for the arts on a daily basis. She has participated in band, choir, and drama club every year since seventh grade. During her time in band Alivia was a squad leader for three years and drum major her senior year. In her role as drum major she did an outstanding job teaching marching fundamentals, conducting the National Anthem, and helping the director with various tasks throughout the season. She was also a trumpet soloist this year in both pep band and jazz band. This past November she performed Taps at the Veterans Day Assembly and sang the National Anthem at a recent basketball game. More impressively, to ensure that younger band students receive all the help they need, she volunteers every Wednesday morning to play along with the Powell 5th grade trumpet section. On January 28, Alivia received a Superior rating (highest rating possible) on both her vocal and trumpet solos at the Ohio Music Education Association Solo/Ensemble contest at Lake High School. With this generous amount of dedication to the arts department it’s no wonder why Alivia was voted President of Tri-M Music Honors Society this school year.

While working with Alivia, one can instantly tell she has a great sense of humor, she pays attention to detail, works extremely hard, and takes criticism well. Next fall, Alivia will major in Exercise Science and minor in Music at Tiffin University where she will continue in both band and choir. She has been an absolute joy to have as a band student and will be a tremendous success no matter where life takes her. Because of her attitude, accolades, and dedication to her community, North Baltimore High School is pleased to name Alivia DeLancy as its February Student of the Month.

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Daniel Morey – KG
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Millie Filby – Preschool
Macy Mizen – 3rd Grade

 

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