2024-2025 Important Dates 

for Incoming Kindergarten Students

Kindergarten Registration opens March 1, 2024:

*Please complete final forms and provide documents to Kelly West at the board office

*You will need to provide the following documents to Kelly West, even if you attended preschool:

    -Birth certificate

    -Social Security card

    -Shot records (updated)

    -Copy of guardian’s driver’s license

    -(2) proof of residency

    -Custody papers/count documents if applicable

Parent Meeting

(This is for parents/ guardians only, please no children)

*A mandatory parent meeting will be held on Thursday, April 25th.  Two times will be available, either at 5pm or 6pm. You only need to attend one time. Please sign up for a time with Kelly West at the board office.

Kindergarten Screening

(Your child will be assessed on skills prior to the start of school)

*During the parent meeting you will be asked to sign up for a day and time for kindergarten screening.  Screening will take approximately 15 minutes.

*Screening Dates and Times are listed below:

Tuesday, July 30th, 2:00-6:00 pm

Wednesday, July 31st, 9:00- Noon

If you have any questions, please call Kelly West at the Board Office, (419) 257- 3531

North Baltimore Local Schools Board approved adding a calamity day to the school calendar for April 8, 2024. This additional day would help mitigate the unforeseen safety challenges associated with the eclipse and provide the necessary flexibility for students, parents, and staff to safely experience this celestial event.

Exciting Naming Opportunities at the North Baltimore Football/Track Stadium

Dear North Baltimore Community,

I hope this letter finds you well and filled with the same pride and excitement that our new football/track stadium has brought to our wonderful community. As we continue to witness the positive impact this facility has on our students, athletes, and residents alike, I am writing to bring your attention to an incredible opportunity for you to leave a lasting mark on this landmark project.

The North Baltimore Local School District is pleased to announce that naming rights are still available for several key features within the stadium, and we are reaching out to individuals and organizations within our community who may be interested in contributing to this legacy.

Currently, the following naming opportunities are available:

  1. All Three Pavilions
  2. The Press Box
  3. The Stadium Itself

By participating in this unique opportunity, you not only align yourself or your organization with a source of community pride but also contribute to the continued success and growth of the North Baltimore Local School District. Your support will play a vital role in maintaining and enhancing the quality of our educational and athletic programs for generations to come.

If you are interested in exploring any of these naming opportunities or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact myself, Ryan Delaney, Superintendent of the North Baltimore Local School District, at 419-257-3531. I will be more than happy to provide you with additional information and guide you through the process.

Thank you for considering this special chance to make a lasting impact on our community. Your support is crucial in ensuring that North Baltimore remains a place where excellence in education and athletics and arts continue to thrive.

Let us join together to build a legacy that will be celebrated for years to come!


Ryan Delaney,

Superintendent of the North Baltimore Local School District


Congratulations Andre Johnson March Student of the month

In the busy halls of our high school, Andre has always been a source of inspiration and kindness.  He has an infectious positivity that lifts the spirits of both staff and students. He is a natural leader who understands that he is a role model for others in the building – a responsibility that he takes very seriously.

Academically, Andre is regularly on the honor roll and is a current member of Best of the Best, our 4.0 student group.  His teachers often note that he takes charge of his own learning, tries his best on every assignment, and only reaches out for help when necessary. He tackles all challenges – academic and otherwise – with a grace and maturity that far exceeds his age. He is also an incredible athlete who was a standout on the football team this season and a strong captain, leading his teammates with pride and respect at all times. On top of all this, he holds a part-time job and has a strong work ethic that is sure to help him succeed in all his future endeavors.

Andre has definitely left his mark on this district and we can only hope that he has inspired others to follow in his footsteps. He truly exemplifies what it means to be a Tiger!