In case you missed it-press coverage October 23, 2015

High school boys soccer: Firelands defense leads win over Huron Firelands capped its regular season in fine fashion. Buoyed by a stellar defensive performance and a pair of first-half goals, the Falcons cruised to a 3-0 nonconference win over Huron Oct. 17. The Falcons (10-5-1) end the regular season unbeaten in their last six games. […]

Community Update – October 22, 2015

NOYO/A Night on Bald Mountain The Northern Ohio Youth Orchestras present “A Night on Bald Mountain.” Under the direction of Peggie Willett and Michael Roest, the Symphonetta Strings, Rhythm & Brass, and Philharmonia Orchestra will perform a riveting concert of Halloween inspired music. Join us on October 25, 2015 at 3:30 pm at Warner Concert […]

Senior information: Cap and Gowns

A representative from Josten’s met with the Senior Class today, October 21st, to discuss Cap & Gown orders, and other Senior items available from Josten’s.  They will return next Wednesday to take Cap & Gown orders.  Each student was given a packet of items that are available, and payment options are also included in the […]

Teachers Baumbick and Carlock receive funding

Congratulations to South Amherst Middle School! Mrs. Darla Baumbick and Mr. John Carlock, 8th grade Social Study teachers, have received funding for their Living History Museum program. The pair have acquired a $1,000 grant through the Nordson Grant Foundation! This project requires students to work in small groups to research and bring to life an US […]

National School Bus Safety Week 2015

National School Bus Safety Week:   October 19-23, 2015 Our transportation department consists of 26 buses that were driven for a combined 316,773 miles last year. Each day, our drivers focus is to safely transport each student to and from school. In addition, the transportation department is called on to bus students  to and from field trips, […]

Talk to our youth: October 19, 2015

To protect our children, we are asking parents and guardians to spend a few minutes each day talking with our youth regarding risky behaviors. Your conversations will greatly reduce their chances of becoming involved with drugs and alcohol. We will be sharing information, over the coming months, that may be helpful when talking with your children.  Fact: […]

Community Update – October 15, 2015

Reminder October 15 is evening Parent/Teacher conferences-District wide October 16 is NEOEA Day – No School for students Town Hall meeting – Marijuana Legalization A Town Hall meeting regarding marijuana legalization and the impact on our community will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at 7:00 pm at the New Russia Township Hall. Please […]

In case you missed it – Press Coverage October 9, 2015

High school girls soccer: Top of the Crop for Oct. 8 Top of the Crop from The Morning Journal Excerpt of letter from local school superintendents As our state legislature reconvenes, the Lorain County School Superintendents are encouraging our legislators to consider the following policy recommendations. We encourage superintendent groups across Ohio to dialogue with […]

Community Update – October 8, 2015

Community Meeting Join Superintendent Von Gunten at a community meeting, tonight (10-8), at South Amherst Middle School. The meeting will start at 6:30 pm. This meeting is being held in response to a growing interest from our community to learn about the possible building project. If Tombstones Could Talk! Join the Brownhelm Historical Association for […]