City of North Canton Police Department 145 N Main St, North Canton, OH44720 Located in the city hall building, the City of North Canton Police Department employs twenty-four full-time officers,…More two detectives and is headed by Chief Michael J. Grimes, who joined the force in 1978. The Department also employs one school resource officer who manages a twelve-week D.A.R.E. program during the first half of each school year. Officers enforce traffic laws and investigate crimes in North Canton, as well as monitor parking throughout the city.
Our Town Publication 502 S Main St, North Canton, OH44720 This monthly newspaper covers happenings in the city of North Canton, including coming events, sports, cooking,…More politics, schools and other topics. The publication targets those who live in North Canton and those who are simply interested in what's going on in the city.
Portage Collaborative Montessori School 239 Portage St NW, North Canton, OH44720 Portage Collaborative Montessori School allows students, from pre-school-age to middle school, to remain with their…More teacher for three years in a mixed-age class. Children from Jackson, Lake and Plain townships, as well as North Canton and Canton City attend the public school. The Montessori school features hands-on learning and individualized curriculum. The school is free, but those enrolled in preschool are charged $3,150 per year, payable monthly. Headstart may assist with financial aid.
Hoover High School 525 7th St NE, North Canton, OH44720 Hoover High School, the home of the Vikings, is headed by principal Tony Pallija and three assistant principals.…More Superintendent Michael Gallina heads the North Canton City Schools District. Hoover High School has about 1,750 students attending ninth through 12th grade, and it boasts a 99 percent graduation rate.