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Dear North Baltimore Students and Families,

On Monday, October 12th, 2020, our Board of Education decided to continue with the 2 day a week hybrid schedule. As stated in our Responsible Restart document, decisions would be made based on both statewide and local data. Based on the most recent data, and the feedback we have received from both community members and staff, the Board has opted to continue with the current 2 day hybrid model.

Thank you for your ongoing patience and support as we work to achieve our goal of providing the highest quality education for our students.

Stay Healthy,

Ryan Delaney
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Austin Gibson was selected by the North Baltimore Staff as the October Student of the Month. Austin has excelled academically throughout his high school career, with a 3.93 GPA and numerous honor roll and academic excellence awards. Alongside his academics, he has also put time into athletics, playing basketball and football for NBHS.  In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball, going for runs, and cooking.  The staff chose Austin because of his dedication to his studies, positive attitude, as well as his leadership qualities in the classroom. He is a true example to his fellow peers of how hard work can pay off in the end. Upon graduation, Austin plans to use his love of cooking to attend school and pursue a career in the culinary arts. 

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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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CONTACT US

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

MS / HS
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

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