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Buckeye Central LOCAL SCHOOLS - We Are BC!
FALL 2019

Buckeye Central LOCAL SCHOOLS
                                                                                            We Are BC!
I am pleased to share that the 2019-2020 school year is well            Our District Leadership Team (DLT) recently reviewed our district
underway with students and staff experiencing so many growth            Vision, Mission, and Beliefs. These statements serve as the
activities and positive events. Whether in the classroom or athletic/   anchor points of our organization. They identify the District’s
co-curricular arenas, it is apparent that our district pride and        values and guide our pathways for achievement and success. The
teamwork is creating tremendous success. We look forward to             recommended Vision, Mission, and Beliefs were approved by the
continued and enhanced successes as the school year progresses.         Board at the August 2019 regular meeting. I encourage you to read
                                                                        these beliefs which are included in this edition of the Buckeye Brief.
Recently, we received the 2018-2019 State Report Card. Our
overall district grade was a “B” which is the highest in Crawford       BC Facilities Project Progressing...
County. We also scored the highest in Achievement, Indicators           As I trust you have noted through the district website, Facebook
Met, Graduation Rate, and Overall Value-Added. While each of            page, Twitter, and local media outlets, our planning for the District’s
these areas have a complicated grade determination protocol,            Pre-K / Kindergarten Education Center and STEAM Lab (Science,
the simplified outcome is student success and growth across the         Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) continues to
board. Congratulations to our teachers, staff, and students,            progress nicely. We are working with Buehrer Architectural Group
for working together to earn these top honors county-wide               and have finalized the floor plans and building elevations for the
and beyond.                                                             additions. We are currently working on interior requirements such
                                                                        as lighting, flooring, cabinetry, technology, HVAC, and the like.
Be reminded that our Teacher In-Service Day has been moved to
Monday, September 30, 2019. There is NO SCHOOL for students             The Pre-K, Kindergarten Center will be approximately 20,000 square
on September 30. Students will attend school on Friday, September       feet. It will be located on the south end (Guis Road) of the current
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B UC KE YE CE N TR A L L O C A L SCH OOLS         Main Office: 419.492.2864                         www.buckeye-central.org
938 South Kibler Street,                          High School: 419.492.2266
                                                                                                        Buckeye Cenral Schools
New Washington, Ohio 44854                        Middle School: 419.492.1035
                                                  Elementary: 419.492.1022                              @Buckeye_Central
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Welcome New staff members
                                Hello there! My name is Allison Crall and I am the new middle school intervention specialist. I am
                                working with grades six and seven this year! You will also find me at the middle school football
                                and basketball games, as I am the new middle school cheerleading advisor. I graduated from
                                Bluffton University in May and am licensed as an Intervention Specialist and an Early Childhood
                                Education teacher. This is my first-year teaching and I am very lucky to be at Buckeye Central. The
                                overwhelming help and support from my new colleagues has been so outstanding and very
                                much appreciated. In my free time, I enjoy reading, shopping, and spending time with my family,
                                fiancé, friends, and puppy.

    Hello! My name is Cody Dominick, and I am the new math teacher at Buckeye Central High School,
    and will also be coaching 8th grade girls’ basketball. I was born and raised in Sandusky, Ohio and
    graduated Perkins High School. This past May I graduated from Bowling Green State University
    with a degree in Adolescent/Young Adult Integrated Mathematics Education. This is my first year
    teaching, and I am very grateful to be welcomed as a member of the Buckeye Central community.
    For the past five summers I have worked at Cedar Point as a supervisor in the Cash Control office.
    In my free time I enjoy playing basketball and tennis, watching Cleveland and Ohio State sports,
    along with watching The Office and Marvel movies.

                                Hello! I am Jordan Phillips. This is my second-year teaching, but my first year here. I am very
                                excited to be teaching Biology, Anatomy and 8th grade STEM here at Buckeye Central! I am
                                from a rival N10 school, Seneca East, and went on to study Health Sciences at Bowling Green
                                State University. I spent the past year teaching similar subjects and coaching Football, Basketball
                                and Track at Highland High School in Marengo. It was a great experience with great people,
                                but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to come here! Outside of the classroom, I will also be
                                helping coach the High School football team, and the 8th grade boy’s basketball team, along
                                with helping to advise the High School Student Council. I’m looking forward to a great school
                                year. Go Buckettes and Go Bucks!

    Hi, my name is Matt Rudd. I’m a bus driver and sub custodian for Buckeye Central. I am a member
    of the class of ’89 here at BC and a graduate of Wilimington College where I studied Agriculture
    and Criminal Justice. My wife, Kim, and I have two daughters; Sara and Emily. Sara is a public
    defender for Franklin County, and lives in Columbus. Emily is a freshman at WIlimington College
    studying Ag Education and Animal Science. Kim and I live north of Bucyrus, I enjoy hunting and
    fishing, along with raising and being involved in show stock. I am excited to be back at BC and
    look forward to a long tenure here.

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Hi, my name is Morgan McDowell. I graduated from Willard High School in 2015, and graduated
                              this year from THE Ohio State University. I obtained a degree in Middle Childhood Education with
                              concentrations in Math and Science, I am also certified to teach any subject grades four through
                              six. I am excited to be joining the 6th grade team teaching Science, Writing, Engineering and
                              Reading. I am currently coaching the 7th grade volleyball team, and am enjoying seeing our
                              students thrive outside of the classroom. I still am located in Willard and enjoy rooting on the
                              Browns, Indians and Ohio State, spending time with my family and friends, especially my niece
                              and nephews, and being on a beach if I can find one! I feel so blessed to be welcomed into this
                              community and fortunate enough to work with so many wonderful students and staff here at BC!

  Hi, my name is Paul Barker and I’m a new bus driver with Buckeye Central. I am a 1993
  graduate from Crestline and currently live in Bucyrus. I am married to April Barker (1990
  Buckeye Central graduate) and together we have 3 sons; Carter Bishop (22), Grant Bishop
  (18) and JT Barker (12). When I’m not driving bus for Buckeye Central I am busy with my water
  hauling business, Paul and JT’s Water Hauling. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with
  my family, watching sports (especially my son’s football), and the outdoors. It’s great to be a
  part of the Buckeye Central family!

Where students come FIRST
OUR vISION: Inspire students to be passionate learners           OUR MISsiON:        To nurture, inspire, and empower our
and thinkers assuring success as confident and creative          students to be resilient lifelong learners and successful,
builders of their future.                                        contributing members of society.

OUR Beliefs:
• Students are at the center of everything we do, and our        • We must prepare our students to think nimbly so they
  actions should reflect their best interests.                     successfully face the challenges unique to their future.

• Learning thrives in a safe, welcoming, and nurturing           • Effective staff members positively impact students’ lives.
                                                                 • Sound decision-making and fiscal stewardship are priorities.
• Learning is optimized when staff and students partner with
  parents and community.                                         • Innovative instructional practices promote a culture of
                                                                   inclusive excellence and alleviates barriers to learning.

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Welcome Back!

High school News and Updates

Welcome back! The school year is open and the beginning               In the cafeteria we added a new mural that represents our belief
weeks have been extremely smooth. As a school, we know we             in athletics, “9 Sports, 1 TEAM.”
are blessed to have a very hard working and respectful student        Lastly, if you attend a football game you will notice our “Home of
body. It is due to our students, their parents, and our entire high   the Bucks” sign on the back of the home bleachers!
school staff that this year has started off on a good foot!
                                                                      We are welcoming two new teachers to the building this year. Mr.
Although school officially started on Tuesday, August 20th, many      Cody Dominick is our new math teacher. He is a 2018 graduate
of our students have been hard at work through the summer in          of Bowling Green State University and we are excited to have him
many different activities. Our athletes have been hard at work        as part of our team! We also welcome Mr. Jordan Phillips to our
in the weight room and on the practice field in preparation for       Science Department. He comes to us from Highland but is very
the Fall season. Also, we have been working hard academically         familiar with Buckeye Central as he subbed full time and coached
as well. Each summer we allow students to retest for any of the       here as he was completing college.
End of Course exams in July. Although it was July each student
focused and provided their best effort.                               This year we are incorporating some new initiatives that will
                                                                      strengthen classrooms and help prepare students for the future.
As you enter our building and attend our sporting events you          First, we are integrating Virtual Reality into our academics. This
                                          will notice that we         technology will provide an active experience that immerses
                                          have completed a            our students into academic content and provide them the
                                          number of facility          opportunity to explore subjects in a unique “hands on” fashion.
                                          updates. First, are
                                          the updates to the          Second, a number of teachers have gone back to college to
                                          mural outside of the        become College Credit Plus certified. We have partnered with
                                          band room. This has         Bowling Green State University to achieve this certification. This
                                          been done to honor          partnership asks our staff to take rigorous college courses and
                                          our current and past        to work closely with a Bowling Green professor. Due to this
                                          band members - all          partnership our teachers are then able to teach classes here at
of those who have helped make our band “the best in the land!”        Buckeye Central that are considered college courses and will
                                                                      begin our students college transcript. As you can imagine this
We have also added new athletic banners to support our rich           has had multiple positive effects for our student body.
athletic tradition. They have been hung inside of our high school
gym.                                                                  For the first time in school history we are officially entering into a

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eSports league. eSports has become a popular form of competition          and Football game on Friday, September 27th.
for many individuals throughout the United                           •    Buckeye Central will host a community speaker, James Dugan,
States. So much that ESPN airs and sponsors                               otherwise known as the Kid Whisperer on Monday, September
eSport competitions. Also, both universities                              30th. ** Please note that our school calendar has changed.
in Ohio and across the country have                                       Our students will attend school on Friday, September 27th
started their own eSports teams and offer                                 and will now have no school on Monday, September 30th.
scholarships to students to participate. The                         •    Parent-teacher conferences on Tuesday, October 29th and
eSports community and competitions have proven to be fertile              Thursday, November 7th.
ground for students to network and explore future careers as well.   •    Our Fall play will be held the weekend of Friday, November
Therefore, it is much more than just a video game.                        8th through Sunday, November 10th.
                                                                     •    FCCLA will partner with the Red Cross and host a Blood Drive
At Buckeye Central High School we like to think we are an                 on Friday, November 22nd.
extension of the community and quite often the hub of
community activities. We welcome you to all of our athletic,         As always, I would like to thank our Board of Education, our
academic, and fine arts events. Please consider participating in     community, our staff, and most importantly, our students for
the multitude of events at Buckeye Central some of which are         allowing me the privilege of serving as high school principal. As
listed below:                                                        the year unfolds if you have any questions, concerns or celebrations
• Our multiple Fall Athletic events which can be found on the        you want to share please either email, call, or stop by the office.
     Athletics page of our website.
• Help us honor our military and veterans at Military                Yours in Education,
     Appreciation Night football game on Friday, September 13th.     Dr. Michael Martin
• Homecoming festivities that begin the week of Monday,              mmartin@bcbucks.org
     September 23rd and culminate in our Homecoming Parade           419-492-2266

  TITLE 1 Parents Right to Know
  Buckeye Central Middle and Elementary Schools are school-              conditional certificate through which state qualifications
  wide Title One buildings. Our staff is committed to helping            were waived, and
  your child develop the academic knowledge and critical                 • what undergraduate or graduate degrees the teacher
  thinking he/she needs to succeed in school and beyond. That            holds, including graduate certificates and additional
  commitment includes making sure that all of our teachers               degrees, and major(s) or area(s) of concentration
  and paraprofessionals are highly skilled. We are required to
  meet federal rules related to teacher qualifications. These        Parent involvement is also a critical component to the
  rules allow you to learn more about your child’s teacher’s         success of our Title One programming. Please plan to
  and/or paraprofessional’s training and credentials. We are         participate in as many Parent Involvement activities as your
  happy to provide this information to you. At any time you          schedule allows.
  may ask the following:
    • whether the teacher met state qualifications and               If you have any questions about your child’s assignment
    certification requirements for the grade level and               to a teacher, please contact Principal Millinger in the
    subject he/she is teaching,                                      elementary office (419.492.1018).
    • whether the teacher received an emergency or

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From the Middle School Principal’s Desk
Welcome Back!

The start of any school year is always abuzz with excitement.
The BCMS team is ready to put this energy into action! The
theme for the floor this year is Kindness Counts.

On August 19th, we happily welcomed to open house 157
parents and guardians of our 210 students. The large turnout
demonstrates that our parents and guardians care about their
children and the work that we do at BCMS.

With the help of our dedicated staff members, students will
challenge themselves to reach beyond their potential and to be
kind to one another along the way! Let’s have an exceptional
year! --Mrs. Deborah Daniel. MS Principal
                                                                         Monarch butterflies
BCMS Team Welcomes Two New Members                                       depend on plants
Allison Crall and Morgan McDowell are our two new staff                  such as milkweed
members at Buckeye Central Middle School. Allison joins the              to survive. Every
Intervention Specialist team and Morgan is now a member of               fall the monarchs
the 6th grade team where she will teach Science and English              make their way
Language Arts. Allison graduated from Bluffton with K-5 early            from across Canada
intervention and K-12 intervention licenses. Morgan graduated            and     throughout
from the Ohio State University as a 4, 5, 6 generalist with              the United States to
concentrations in Math and Science.                                      their winter homes
                                                                         in Mexico and California. Because of the efforts of our students,
In addition to their classroom responsibilities, Ms. Crall is advising   the pond will once again become a Monarch Waystation where
our middle school cheer squad and Ms. McDowell is coaching               pollinator plants lure butterflies to a safe stopover and provide a
7th grade volleyball. This is the first teaching assignment for          rich ecosystem for our students to study.
each educator. We are fortunate that their goals align with the
Buckeye mission to nurture, inspire, and empower our students.           Kid Whisperer to Visit BC
Welcome aboard, ladies!                                                  As part of the effort to address the Social Emotional Learning
                                                                         expectations from the State of Ohio as well as help students
Monarch Waystation Refurbished                                           succeed, this summer, members of the BCMS teaching team
Students from Mrs. Williamson’s Science classes gave up part             attended two workshops hosted by Scott Ervin, the Kid
of their summer vacation to plant vegetation at the detention            Whisperer.
pond. The students and their teacher planted various types
of milkweed along with aster, alexander, indigo, coneflower,             During the Kid Whisperer Seminar, participants learned nine
switchgrass, mint, larkspur, and boneset.                                major skills to use with students, including how to neutralize

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arguments, utilize empathy, and guide children to solve their
own problems. Sue Steiger and Deb Daniel attended the three-
day seminar.

During the Calm/Assertive Academy, those who attended
practiced explicitly taught procedures and routines designed
to help them effectively build relationships and give healthy
control in school. At the center is the notion that procedures
will have consequences woven in for those who do not follow
expectations. Sherri Bean, Morgan McDowell, and Sue Steiger
attended the three-day academy.

Scott Ervin will be visiting BC on September 30th where he
will share his work with the full staff in a day-long professional
development and return from 6-8:00 pm the same evening to
speak with parents and guardians about handling their children
with love and logic.

6th Grade Team Introduces Restorative Circles
Mrs. Bean, Mrs. Kantzer, and Ms. McDowell have recently
introduced the use of restorative circles with their students. As
a means to represent student voices and foster fairness, within
the circles, students air concerns and discuss and implement
solutions for the benefit of all.

Restorative practices aim to build classroom communities that
are supported by clear agreements, authentic communication,
and specific tools to bring issues and conflicts forward in a        Mrs. Bean’s Classes Use New Virtual Reality Headsets
helpful way. Circles bring the offended and their offenders          During 6th Grade Social Studies, Mrs. Bean took her students on
together and attempt to make things right.                           an expedition to Antarctica using the district’s recent purchase,
                                                                     a class set of virtual reality glasses.
Students learn how to use circle dialogue, learn who is affected
by misbehaviors, contribute to developing appropriate ideas for      There were audible gasps when the students virtually traveled
how to make things right, learn when to ask for a restorative        by boat across the Southern Ocean and saw pelicans, killer
circle, and communicate how they are affected by given               whales, snow-capped mountains, and ice-riddled waters. The
situations. Students may post suggestions for circles on the         students pointed in mid-air and swerved in their seats to catch
circle wall in Mrs. Bean’s room.                                     every angle and remarked how what they saw was so beautiful.

The circles are an additional way to meet the new Social and         The journey also offered Mrs. Bean the opportunity to bring
Emotional Learning Standards implemented by the State of Ohio        longitude and latitude, temperature, land forms, vocabulary,
in June of 2019. As the state board of education planned, these      and Science to life. No doubt the students are already looking
standards are meant to be integrated into regular daily activities   forward to their next exploration.
in school. Restorative circles are one way to meet this end.

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Elementary School News and updates
                                                        Buckeye Central Elementary Art
                                                        The BC Elementary is pleased to announce that we now offer art classes
                                                        to our students on a regular basis. Mrs. Vicki Niedermeier has already
                                                        begun teaching our students important aspects of art such as primary
                                                        colors and what colors can be mixed to make a new color along with
                                                        several other artistic techniques. The students now have the opportunity
                                                        to receive art instruction throughout the entire year. We are so excited
                                                        to be able to provide our students with this program and we thank Mrs.
                                                        Niedermeier for all of her hard work in sharing her passion for the arts in
                                                        education with our young budding artists.

       Elementary Cross Country Team
       Buckeye Central elementary is very excited to have their first
       elementary cross country team. The team consist of students
       K-6 boys and girls. The high school cross country runners began
       the elementary season by leading 2 camps. The team will
       practice once a week through September. The team is planning
       on running in at least 6 meets this year. The coaches for this year
       are Jackie Stockmaster, Ashley Weaver and Lisa Horning. We are
       very excited to see these future athletes participate in such a
       beneficial activity.

     WE “R” BC
    Buckeye Central Elementary is kicking off the new school year with    continuity across the district it was decided to utilize the saying
    a Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports System, also known      WE “R” BC, which is used in the district in a number of ways. The
    as, PBIS. Students were taught what it means to be responsible,       “R” in this instance stands for being Responsible, Respectful and
    respectful and ready with a little help from “Bucky” our school       Ready to learn. Please help reinforce these practices at home
    mascot. It is an evidence-based framework for developing              with your child. Your positive words and encouragement will go
    positive behavior, and is used in schools nationwide to create a      a long way to support our efforts. You may have heard your child
    positive climate for learning. The Building Leadership team has       speak of “tickets.” Students are given an acknowledgment ticket
    agreed upon elementary-wide expectations that teachers and            when they are caught being Responsible, Respectful, and Ready.
    staff will use as a tool for teaching expected behaviors. To create   We “R” BC!

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Playground Upgrade
                                                                       In order to provide our children with a safer environment
                                                                       for playing, the board of education graciously approved the
                                                                       installation of rubber mulch for our playground. The students
                                                                       and staff have already commented how much they like the
                                                                       new mulch and how much softer it is to play on. Additionally,
                                                                       the rubber mulch provided a bonus in keeping our students
                                                                       and our building cleaner. Thank you to Mr. Clady and his crew
                                                                       for their hard work to install the mulch and thank you to the
                                                                       board of education for making this endeavor possible.

 PTO Family Game Night
 The PTO welcomed students back to school with a Family Game
 Night!!! On September 6th, elementary students and their families
 enjoyed a wide variety of board games at their leisure. Along with
 games, there was food and a board game raffle. It was great to see
 families and friends playing together and smiles all around. It was an
 evening of games, food and FUN for the entire family!

ROBINSON continued from page 1                                         physical activities, lunch room, and parent/student events. The
                                                                       3007 square feet STEAM lab is designed for a variety of activities in
facility. The STEAM lab and related conference and office areas will   the areas of science, technology, the arts, and math. The lab will be
be approximately 7000 square feet. This addition is located on the     set up for real life, problem solving activities and programs.
northern end (main drive) of the current facility. These additions
are focused on the student and designed to provide 21st Century        A brief video rendering of the additions can be found on YouTube
educational programming in a modern, safe, and student-centered        at: https://youtu.be/nLo_WG5znfk Large, print building renderings
environment. The third component of the facilities project is the      and floor plans are available for viewing at the school and at fall
building of a bus facility to house our buses year-round. Having our   sporting events, e.g. football, volleyball. These renderings are also
buses under cover will prolong the life of the buses and provide       on our district website and distributed via our district social media
a much safer environment for the drivers during winter months.         platforms, e.g. Facebook & Twitter.
Students will benefit through warm, well maintained buses by
minimizing or eliminating harsh winter weather bus concerns.           Current timelines project bidding for interested firms in late
This facility will be located to the southeast of our current bus      November or December. We will continue to keep you updated as
maintenance garage.                                                    the project progresses.

The Pre-K / Kindergarten Center has 3 kindergarten classrooms          In Education,
and four Pre-K classrooms. Extended learning areas are designed        Mark A. Robinson,
outside of these classrooms. A large group area is included for        Superintendent
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Buckeye central Fall sPORTS sCHEDULes
VARSITY / JV BOYS BASKETBALL                                         VARSITY / JV GIRLS BASKETBALL
Times listed are JV start times                                      Times listed are JV start times
Nov. 29             Plymouth                     H   6:00 p.m.       Nov. 22            Willard                      H               6:00 p.m.
Nov. 30             South Central                A   6:00 p.m.       Nov. 30            Crestview                    A               12:00 p.m.
Dec. 7		            Wynford                      A   5:00 p.m.       Dec. 3		           Wynford                      A                6:00 p.m.
Dec. 12             Mohawk                       A   6:00 p.m.       Dec. 6		           Mohawk                       A                6:00 p.m.
Dec. 14             Seneca East                  A   5:00 p.m.       Dec. 10            Seneca East                  H               6:00 p.m.
Dec. 21             Upper Sandusky               A   5:00 p.m.       Dec. 14            Plymouth                     A                1:00 p.m.
Dec. 27             Ridgedale                    H   6:00 p.m.       Dec. 17            Upper Sandusky               A                6:00 p.m.
Dec. 28             Willard                      A   6:00 p.m.       Dec. 21            Ridgedale                    H               12:00 p.m.
Jan. 3		            Carey                        A   6:00 p.m.       Dec. 23            Shelby                       A                6:00 p.m.
Jan. 4		            Galion                       A   5:00 p.m.       Dec. 28            Carey                        A               12:00 p.m.
Jan. 9		            Bucyrus                      H   6:00 p.m.       Jan. 4		           Bucyrus                      H               12:00 p.m.
Jan. 11             Colonel Crawford             A   5:00 p.m.       Jan. 7		           Colonel Crawford             A                6:00 p.m.
Jan. 17             Wynford                      H   6:00 p.m.       Jan. 10            Wynford                      H               6:00 p.m.
Jan. 18             Mohawk                       H   5:00 p.m.       Jan. 14            Mohawk                       H               6:00 p.m.
Jan. 23             Seneca East                  H   6:00 p.m.       Jan. 18            Seneca East                  A               12:00 p.m.
Feb. 1              Upper Sandusky               H   5:00 p.m.       Jan. 24            Upper Sandusky               H               6:00 p.m.
Feb. 4              Monroeville                  H   6:00 p.m.       Jan. 28            Ridgedale                    A                6:00 p.m.
Feb. 7		            Ridgedale                    A   6:00 p.m.       Jan. 31            Carey                        H               6:00 p.m.
Feb. 8              Carey                        H   5:00 p.m.       Feb. 6             Cardington                   A                6:00 p.m.
Feb. 15             Bucyrus                      A   5:00 p.m.       Feb. 8		           Bucyrus                      A               12:00 p.m.
Feb.18              Crestview                    H   6:00 p.m.       Feb. 11            Calvert                      H               6:00 p.m.
Feb.21              Colonel Crawford             H   6:00 p.m.       Feb. 14            Colonel Crawford             H               6:00 p.m.

JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL                                             VARSITY WRESTLING
Sites listed are Boys - Girls at opposite site                     Dec. 7		           Ridgedale Invitational         A              10:00 a.m.
Nov. 23             Seneca East                  H    10:00 a.m.   Dec. 14            Bucyrus Invitational           A              10:00 a.m.
Dec. 2		            Upper Sandusky               A     5:00 p.m.   Dec. 21            Fremont St. Joe Invitational   A               9:00 a.m.
Dec. 5              Ridgedale                    H    5:00 p.m.    Jan. 1		           Plymouth Invitational          A              10:00 a.m.
Dec. 7		            Carey                        A    10:00 a.m.   Jan. 11            Carey Invitational             A              10:00 a.m.
Dec. 9              Bucyrus                      H    5:00 p.m.    Jan. 25            Willard Invitational           A              10:00 a.m.
Dec. 12             Colonel Crawford             A     5:00 p.m.   Feb. 15            Margaretta Invitational        A               9:30 a.m.
Dec. 16             Wynford                      H    5:00 p.m.    Feb. 22            N10 - Seneca East              A              10:00 a.m.
Dec. 19             Mohawk                       H    5:00 p.m.
Jan. 6		            Seneca East                  A     5:00 p.m.
Jan. 11             Upper Sandusky               H    10:00 a.m.
Jan. 13             Ridgedale                    A     5:00 p.m.   JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING
Jan. 16             Carey                        H    5:00 p.m.    Dec. 7		           Ridgedale Invitational         A              10:00 a.m.
Jan. 21             Bucyrus                      A     5:00 p.m.   Dec. 21            Mohawk Invitational            A              10:00 a.m.
Jan. 23             Colonel Crawford             H    5:00 p.m.    Jan. 11            New London Invitational        A               9:00 a.m.
Jan. 25             Wynford                      A    10:00 a.m.   Feb. 1		           Mapleton Invitational          A               9:00 a.m.
Jan. 27             Mohawk                       A     5:00 p.m.   Feb. 8		           N10 - Seneca East              A              10:00 a.m.

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                                        2020-2021 School Year
                      Will you have a 3- or 4-year-old child next school year?
    Buckeye Central Local School District is excited to announce preschool programming will be available during the
    2020-2021 school year!
    We have many decisions to make so we can assure this program serves our youngest learners exceptionally well.
    If you will have a young child, your responses to the following questions will help us in the decision-making
    process. Please remember that we are currently in the development stage – your input will help us understand
    our community’s needs; final decisions will be shared later in the process. Once we have your response, we will
    add your name to our mailing list and keep you informed throughout planning.

    Please provide the following information.
    Parent name: ___________________________________ Best telephone contact number: __________________
    Address: _____________________________________________________________________________________
    Email: _________________________________________ School District of Residence: _____________________

    Please indicate the age(s) and birthdate(s) of your child(ren):
             Age             Date of birth
     1 year of age
     2 years of age
     3 years of age
     4 years of age

    Our family prefers      _____half day preschool           (_____Morning session or _____Afternoon session)
                            _____all day preschool

    We would likely         _____transport our child by car    or     _____require bus transportation.
    Does your child currently attend a preschool program?
             _____Yes       Name & location of current preschool ______________________________________

    Additional comments:

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Buckeye Central LOCAL SC HOOLS                                                       Non-Profit Org.
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               938 South Kibler Street                                                                  PAID
               New Washington, Ohio 44854                                                           Mansfield OH
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OUR MISsiON:     To nurture, inspire, and empower our
students to be resilient lifelong learners and successful,
contributing members of society.
Building a learning community where “BC Pride”                                POSTAL CUSTOMER
radiates and “students come FIRST!”

                                                 Conference DATES
                                                 MIDDLE SCHOOL
                                                 SEPT. 26 and OCT. 17 (First Round)
                                                 FEB. 13 and MARCH. 12 (Second Round)

                                                 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
                                                 OCT. 29 and NOV. 7 (First Round)
                                                 FEB. 13 and MARCH. 12 (Second Round)

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                                   Twitter: Buckeye_Central@Buckeye_Central

     b U CK E Y E cE N TR AL LOCA L SCH OOLS                 Missy McDougal, President     Lisa Aichholz
     B OA R D O F E D U CAT ION                              Beth Diesch, Vice President   Jerome Heydinger
                                                                                           Chris Martin
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