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Galion City Schools rolls out Tiger Tip Line


A new program launched by Galion City Schools is aiming to improve communication between students, parents, as well as community and staff in the future.

‘Ready For Hire’ to continue


Last June, the Ohio Department of Education selected and awarded $89 million in Summer Learning and Afterschool Opportunities Grants to 161 community-based partners out of more than 700 applications from across the state. Locally, $1.9 million was awarded in two grants to Succeed, Prosper, Ashland, Richland, Crawford (SPARC ) Council, one to create summer programming in summer 2022, 2023, and 2024, and one to create after-school programming, with fiscal oversight from Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center.

Galion City Schools awarded grants for ROAR Program


Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center, in conjunction with Galion City Schools, was awarded a continuation of both 21st Century Community Learning Center grants which fund the ROAR before and after-school program, totaling $500,000.

School district updated on buildings, grounds


During its regular meeting on Aug. 15, the Galion City Schools Board of Education was presented with a buidlings and grounds update by Building, Grounds, and Transportation Director Brian Owens.

MOESC hosts teacher boot camps


This summer, educators from districts in Crawford, Morrow County, and Richland counties had the opportunity to participate in the first Teacher Business Boot Camps. Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center (MOESC)’s Business Advisory Council and economic development and Chamber of Commerce partners in each county organized these programs to show teachers what goes on behind the scenes in manufacturing in each county through tours of local manufacturing facilities.

New Galion City Schools superintendent settling in


With the first day of school on the horizon, the Galion City School District (GCSD) is welcoming a new superintendent. Dr. Jeffrey Hartmann, who was notified of his hire in May, officially assumed the role on Aug. 1 following the resignation of former Superintendent Jennifer Allerding.

MOESC partnering with ODE


The Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center (MOESC) was one of four of Ohio’s educational service centers to secure an Ohio Department of Education bid to serve in Gov. Mike DeWine’s Building Regional Capacity to Support Ohio’s Literacy Coaching Model literacy project.

Northmor students recognized


Northmor Elementary Honor Roll

Highlights from recent PCTC Board meeting


SHELBY — The Pioneer Career and Technology Center Board of Education met on Wednesday, July 12, and was very busy updating and prepping for the 2023-24 school year. The group adopted new handbooks for students and approved contracted services for the upcoming year.

New superintendent, community set to meet


The Galion City School District (GCSD) is proud to announce Listen & Learn 2 Lead, which is a series of events designed for members of the community to meet and share input with the district’s new superintendent, Dr. Jeffrey Hartmann.


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