Tuesday, April 2, 2013
North Canton City Schools Superintendent Michael Hartenstein held a small press conference Monday to discuss Issue 18, the district's proposed 2.4-mill levy.
On May 7, voters will cast ballots on a proposed 2.4-mill permanent improvement levy that would generate roughly $1.5 million per year for the North Canton City Schools district. If Issue 18 passes, the new revenue would be evenly spent on bolstering security, replacing an aging fleet of buses and catching up on overdue building maintenance, said North Canton schools Superintendent Michael Hartenstein during a small press conference on Monday. Funds would also be used to update the school system's high volume of obsolete classroom computers and outdated learning materials, he said. By law, none of the revenue would fund the salaries of teachers, administrators or school staff. Hartenstein said the need for the new levy stems from the …
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Find the dates and times for every meet this season.
Friday, March 22, 2013
Hannah Cowie had a hand painted silk scarf design chosen and Hannah Gianfagna had a series of four works called ‘The Seasons’ selected.
Hoover High senior Zach Acito stopped by North Canton Middle School Thursday to share with his sister Paige's classmates the story of his trip to India
When Zach Acito arrived in Sitarampuram, India, he and his youth group members were showered with strings of colorful flowers. Their hosts stayed in small huts while the youth group stayed in an elaborate, beautiful guest house. They were treated, as Acito said, "like kings." "It was just really different for me," he said. "I had never experienced being placed in so much honor like that. In our culture, we take each other for granted. Not that we don't care about each other. But this really changed my perspective." The Hoover High senior spoke inside North Canton Middle School Thursday about his youth group's trip to the India village. Students in three sixth-grade classes listened as Acito shared his story of the December 2011-January …
Thursday, March 21, 2013
At Tuesday's Summa Hoover High students got a chance to say "thank you" to the educators who've given them a little push along the way
Hoover High students got the chance to say thanks to the adults who've helped them succeed at Tuesday's Sideliners' Summa Honors Celebration. The ceremony spotlights the students in the Hoover High graduating class who have earned a 4.325 GPA. You'll find the students and the educators they've honored below. Do you know any of these students or educators? Make sure to tell North Canton Patch readers why they deserve some recognition in the comments section! Name Educator 1 Educator 2 1 Amireh, DJ Mr. Martin Mr. Kozee 2 Barbush, Robert Mr. Mitchell Mr. Collier 3 Beam, Olivia Mrs. Bourlas Mr. Plazak 4 Blackledge, Harrison Mrs. Cherie Blackledge Mrs. Carol Ann Eastman 5 Burns, Nathan Mrs. Stewart Mrs. Covington 6 Capestrain, Ashley Mrs. …
Monday, March 18, 2013
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Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The student newspaper introduces "The Hoover League" — Hoover High teachers cast as super heroes and evil villains, all with their own super powers
Hoover High teachers have transformed into super heroes and evil villains in the newest issue of the Viking Views, the school's student-run newspaper. Rachelle Ogilvie, journalism teacher and Viking Views adviser, fends off evil forces as "MOD Girl" using her powers of telepathy and super hearing and sight. And Flo Rankin — library media specialist, aka "The Librarian" — uses her scarf as a weapon to make all kids read. Her weakness? Tardiness. You can find those comic book characters and more in the newspaper's cover story. Want to see previous issues of Viking Views? Just check below.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Tax questions answered and YMCA Camp details.
Friday, March 8, 2013
Previously only available online and on Time Warner Cable, the high school students' video work will now be available on Uverse.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
The girls basketball OHSAA regional semi-final game scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed because of weather and will now be played at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at Otterbein University.