Welcome to North Baltimore Local Schools!

North Baltimore Parents:

Yesterday, Wood County moved to level 3 (red) on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System. The numbers in Ohio and locally continue to rise.  We believe strongly that our students benefit from in-person learning, and we will be continuing with a 5 day in person learning schedule beginning on November 16th.  In the North Baltimore Schools Reopening Plan, we stated that if Wood County rises to an Alert Level 3, we would collaborate with the Health Department to determine if we should switch models.  Currently, the Wood County Health Department reports that because schools continue to consistently implement the public health guidelines for COVID, the health department is not identifying additional cases within schools as the result of in-school exposures.

We will be  in constant contact with the Wood County Health Department and Ben Robison, Wood County Health Commissioner, to insure student and staff safety as we proceed. 


Thank you to all veterans and active service members!  We are eternally grateful for your service and sacrifice.  Happy Veterans Day! 


Board votes for students to return to school full time beginning November 16th.

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The North Baltimore staff have selected Mikayla Buchanan as Student of the Month for November.  Mikayla is an ideal candidate for this honor.  Academically, she is at the top of her class with a 4.0 GPA.  She is a lab assistant in the chemistry class, a part of the Art club, and a member of National Honor’s Society.  Mikayla also gives so much of herself to those around her.  As president of Paws for a Cause (North Baltimore’s volunteer organization), she has helped countless people in the surrounding community.   Throughout her life, Mikayla has faced and overcome major challenges.  In the face of these difficulties, her spirit and compassion have only grown – she is truly an inspiration to everyone she encounters. 

After graduation, Mikayla plans on attending The University of Findlay to pursue a degree in pharmacy.


Hello North Baltimore families, we have a very exiting announcement:
The USDA and ODE has extended the feeding programs that we provided in the spring after the shutdown. What this means for us is that students enrolled in North Baltimore Local School District will have breakfast and lunch meals offered to them at no cost. This will begin today, September 23rd and go until December 31, 2020 or until the federal funds are depleted. There is no paper work on the parent’s end that needs completed. Although, we do encourage you to fill out a free/reduced application so that when January hits, it is on file. At this time we will go back to charging students for their meals. For breakfast, the student needs to simply come through the serving line and tell the cashier if they are in elementary, middle, or high school. For lunch, we will continue as we have in the past, but a full lunch will not be charged to any student. Ala Carte items and extras will be charged to the student's account. This does not affect fee waivers. You would still need to qualify for free status for this waiver to happen. We want to stress that this would not cover the cost of milk, if packing, or extra entrees. This only includes those students who take a full reimbursable lunch or breakfast. 

Thank you and please email us with any questions at rdelaney@nbls.org or glanning@nbls.org


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District Office
201 South Main Street [map]
North Baltimore, Ohio 45872
ph: 419.257.3531
fax: 419.257.2008
Ryan Delaney, Superintendent

2012 Tiger Drive [map]
North Baltimore, Ohio 45872
ph: 419.257.3464
fax: 419.257.0084
Mr. Chad Kiser, Principal

Powell Elementary
500 North Main Street [map]
North Baltimore, Ohio 45872
ph: 419.257.2124
fax: 419.257.3044
Jonelle Semancik, Principal