Galion City Schools has chosen its next superintendent, the district has announced. During a May 16 meeting of the Board of Education, a contract was offered to Dr. Jeffrey Hartmann to assume the superintendent rule vacated by Jennifer Allerding following her resignation.
SHELBY — On Friday, May 12, two Senior Moments sessions were held in Pioneer Arena to honor the Pioneer Career and Technology (PCTC)’s senior students. One session was held in the morning for half of the seniors and another in the afternoon for the remaining seniors.
The Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) recently launched its Get on Board campaign, designed to encourage Ohioans from all walks of life to consider serving on their local boards of education. Ohio provides high-quality education to all students through representative school boards that can meet the challenges of the diverse districts they represent.
SHELBY — The Pioneer Career and Technology Center Board of Education met on Monday, May 15, to discuss its year-end activities. At its awards assembly, over $2 million in scholarships were awarded to the students.
Galion City Schools believes in providing a supportive, socially conscious, safe, and respectful environment that cultivates learners of tomorrow. Through the ongoing efforts to prioritize safety and improve its current procedures, the district has made significant progress toward the safety objectives outlined in its strategic plan.
MANSFIELD — The Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates (JOG) program is the Ohio Affiliate of the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) national program. JAG is a state-based non-profit organization dedicated to dropout prevention, graduation resources, post-secondary options, employment, and training. The four pillars of the JOG program are leadership development, career development, social awareness, and combined civic awareness and community service. Students learn and practice competencies related to these pillars throughout the school year and beyond.
Numerous students will be participating in several upcoming competitive events, the Pioneer Career and Technology Center Board of Education learned during its April 17 meeting.