Once again this year Rambunctious Radicals service group from Tinora will be providing backpacks and school supplies for families who could use some assistance. If you...
Tinora Little League Football is excited to get started this August. While there are still many unknowns, plans are being made to help keep our athletes safe while still...
Northeastern Local Schools has made arrangements with Student Protective Agency to provide student accident insurance for those wishing to purchase coverage for the...
Tinora Virtual Academy
Grades K-6 Supply Lists: These lists are located on the website and the Tinora Rams app. Go to documents, then buildings, then Tinora Elementary, and then 2020-2021 Classroom Supply Lists.
MS Cheer will have a parent meeting for all students interested in cheering Monday, August 10 at 6pm at the Tinora High School Stadium. You will receive game schedules, practice times, and order forms at this meeting. Clinics will be August 11th and 13th from 9am-1pm. Practices will begin Monday, August 17th from 6pm-8pm in the field house.
The 5th and 6th grade cheerleading sign up sheet will be closed on Friday, August 14th.
The parents will receive a tentative schedule for the season as well as any other information during a zoom meeting Monday, August 17th. If you have any questions please contact Katie Sweinhagen at 419-956-1451
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Governor DeWine announced yesterday that the Ohio Department of Health will issue a health order requiring that K-12 children wear face coverings while at school. The new mandate comes after the Ohio Children's Hospital Association and American Academy of Pediatrics Ohio Chapter issued a joint letter yesterday recommending widespread use of masks in schools with the following exceptions:
Children under the age of 2 years old
Any child unable to remove the face covering without assistance
A child with a significant behavioral/psychological issue undergoing treatment that is exacerbated specifically by the use of a facial covering (e.g. severe anxiety or a tactile aversion)
A child living with severe autism or with extreme developmental delay who may become agitated or anxious wearing a mask
A child with a facial deformity that causes airway obstruction
"Without a vaccine, we are limited in the ways that we can protect the people of Ohio," said Governor DeWine. "For schools to have a fighting chance to stay open this fall, widespread face coverings for K-12 students will increase the odds that kids will go to school and stay in school."