Spelling Bee winners L to R: Kyla Rush (2nd runner-up), Rocelyn Cathcart (1st runner-up) & Keegan Conley (champion) "Welcome to Candy Land" was the theme for Northwood's Title 1 Family/Art night Northwood students enjoy a limo ride to Pizza Hut with Mr. Barr as an award for selling items for the Fall fundraiser Students wear orange and sign a pledge to be bully-free on Unity Day
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Current News

Cargill Gives Bikes to 4th Grade Students with Perfect Attendance Emerson 4th grade with perfect attendance with the bikes they received from Cargill Cares.

May 24, 2017 - At the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year, Cargill Cares approached Sidney City Schools and proposed an idea to promote attendance – a free bike at the end of the school year to every fourth grader with perfect attendance. This week, the Cargill Cares team delivered nearly 30 bikes to the four Sidney elementary schools. 

Summer Athletic Camps Youth Football Camp

Various Sidney athletic groups will be holding summer camps. As camps are shared with the Communications Coordinator, they will be added to the list. Read more to see what camps are taking place! 

Northwood Student Council Celebrates Cancer Awareness. Northwood aide Wince Morris and principal Eric Barr get blasted with water balloons by 5th grade students - a prize for the class from each grade that raised the most money to benefit Shelby County Relay for Life.

Northwood Elementary Student Council sponsored a cancer awareness spirit week last week, with each day highlighting a different type of cancer. Students sold tickets for raffle baskets with items donated by staff and generous area businesses. The students also participated in a money war, with the winning class from each grade getting to throw water balloons at various staff members. The entire school also took part in a cancer awareness walk. 

Abbott Named SEA Teacher of the Year Chris Eilerman, Beth Abbott, and Lori Hedberg

May 10, 2017 - The Sidney Education Association held their awards dinner Tuesday, May 9, at the Moose Lodge. The evening, filled with laughter and tears, celebrated various teachers for accomplishments and achievements throughout the year, as well as those from the community who have positively impacted the education of Sidney City Schools students.

School Board Seats Open for Election for 2018

May 5, 2017 - At the May 1, 2017 Board Meeting, current board members Bill Ankney and Paul Heins announced they would not be seeking reelection for their school board seats, leaving two openings beginning in 2018. 

A candidate for the board of education in a city with a population of between 20,000 and 49,999 (Sidney falls in this range) must have 75 signatures on his or her petition of candidacy. The filing fee for candidates is $30, and the deadline is Wednesday, August 9, 2017. Petition forms can be obtained from the Shelby County Board of Elections or through the Ohio Secretary of State's website.

More information on the role of the school board can be found at www.sidneycityschools.org under Board of Education.

Additonally, the Ohio School Board Association has a great resource on running for your school board at:
https://www.ohioschoolboards.org/sites/default/files/2017BdCandidateBrochure.pdf