Volume 10 • Number 2 October, 2017
I am the Luckiest Man in Plain Local Dr. Ambrose Perduk Jr., President, Plain Local Board of Education
Student Driven Hurricane Relief Details on page 4
Little Eagles Read to the Principal
More on page 5
OWMS STEM Receives Award Article on page 6
Fall is here, the excitement and energy of back to school is all around us. Walking in the various schools and athletic fields, I get a few moments to reflect: I am the Luckiest Man in Plain Local. Making my way through Plain Center, then on to Middlebranch, the West and East campuses, I had many great teachers and made a lot of friends. Along the way in Mrs. Williams’ Spanish class I met a smart, tall girl. We shared many future classes, went to dances, Homecomings, and Proms. We stayed strong through college and grad school. We have been married for 34 years. I am the Luckiest Man in Plain Local. In 1999, I had the opportunity to move my family to Canton from Cincinnati. It was an easy decision: both Kim and I believed the opportunities that this school district could offer our sons were exceptional. Having our parents and other family nearby would allow our sons to have the influences that we believed were necessary in boys maturing to young men. I am the Luckiest Man in Plain Local. In 2012, after working on several school levy and bond issue campaigns, I realized I enjoyed working with the school district. The opportunity presented itself for me to apply and interview to become a member of the Board of Education. I have thoroughly enjoyed the people I have met and get to work with to help make this district stronger. I am the Luckiest Man in Plain Local. At school events, I have had the privilege of speaking and interacting with people as a parent and now as a School Board member. Recently, at the Plain Family Fun Day/Rotary Pancake Breakfast, I had the pleasure of speaking with many grandparents. I enjoyed hearing them talk about their grandchildren and their many school activities and scholastic accomplishments. I take great pride and joy in talking about our facilities, our staff, and our students. I wear my GO gear with confidence and pride. I am the Luckiest Man in Plain Local. This past spring, the GlenOak Eagle Athletic Association (GEAA) held its major fundraiser-a live and silent auction. I was the high bidder on ‘Being the guest Band Director” for a game. I will get to direct the pre-game performance and then at another game the half time show. Maybe I am the Most Nervous Man. I am Proud to be on the Board of Education and I enjoy working alongside my fellow board members and the administration to continue to provide the most opportunities and the highest quality of education that we can. Have a great school year and GO Eagles.
Photos on pages 8 & 9
Plain Local Family Fun Day
Pictures on page 16
“The Plain Local Schools Board of Education (L-R John W. Halkias and Ambrose Perduk Jr. (back row) Kristen Guardado, Monica Gwin and Eugene Cazantzes (front row) cheered on the Golden Eagles at the Fall Sports Kick Off in August. See more photos on page 14.
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Plain Local Announces My School Menus™ Mobile App
The Plain Local School District is pleased to introduce their new My School Menus™ mobile app available in the iTunes App Store and Google Play. The My School Menus™ app allows parents and students to access nutrition information for the school meal programs direct from their smart phones and tablets. My School Menus™ is designed to provide nutrition information on all of the foods served in the school meal programs. This app will enable parents,
students and teachers to make healthy food choices whenever it’s convenient, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Parents of the Plain Local School District can access this service by going to either the iTunes App Store or Google Play and downloading the app to their smart device. Don’t have a smartphone? You can get the same information by visiting the district website or www. MySchoolMenus.com. There, you can also print
the nutrition information and district menus for posting on your refrigerator at home. Families
can depend on the Food resource. Service Department of the Contact Jennifer Rex, Plain Local School DisFood Service Director, trict to be their nutrition firstname.lastname@example.org
For a little over a year, billboards around Stark County have appeared and are a part of a campaign sponsored by the Stop Heroin from Killing committee. Animation and Graphic Design alumnus, Christian Konic, designed the Nike logo with a syringe attached to the signature swoosh that says, “Heroin, don’t do it”. The sign was made in early 2016 as part of a design contest sponsored by the committee to raise awareness in Stark County. The sign was unable to be published due to copyright laws.
Over a year and half later, Judge Frank Forchione received permission from Nike for the image to be published. Using grant money, the committee published Christian’s message on three
The Saturday Enrichment program is designed to promote Plain Local’s commitment to the Arts. We believe in educating the whole child and want to offer Arts enrichment outside of our numerous opportunities throughout the course of the school week. Any questions please email Saturday Enrichment Director, Alyssa Chovan at chovana@ plainlocal.org. Classes will be held on Saturdays from September 30 until November 18. • Tumbling Tots - $55 (3-5 year olds): Students will have an introduction to tumbling on mats, basics on the balance beam, dance along to songs and other activities with hula hoops, parachutes and jump ropes. • Acting for Stage 1 -
$50 (1st-4th grade): Students will learn the basics of acting, explore their imaginations and work together to create stories of their own and bring characters to life! • Acting for Stage 2 $50 (5th-8th grade): Students will learn the basics of acting, explore their imaginations and work together to create stories of their own and bring characters to life! • Art Survey - $60 (1st4th grade): Students will have the opportunity to engage their imaginations while developing their art skills, learning new techniques and expanding their knowledge. Students will have the opportunity to produce many works of art while continuing to develop their understanding of how to draw, paint,
Konic Designs Heroin Awareness Billboard billboards in Stark County. The design is on display at the intersection of State Route 62 and 77, on Whipple Avenue near Everhard, and in downtown Canton on Tuscarawas Street.
Saturday Enrichment Arts Classes Available
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and create. • Sculpting - $60 (1st4th grade): Students will develop their understanding of sculpture by creating multiple pieces of artwork, exploring, playing, and learning. Clay, metals, wood, and many more materials will be used to create unique 3D pieces of art. • Tae Kwan Do 1 - $55 (K-2nd grade): Beginners introduction to Tae Kwon Do. Learn basic skills, discipline and fitness. • Tae Kwan Do 2 - $55 (3rd-8th grade): Beginners introduction to Tae Kwon Do. Learn basic skills, discipline and fitness. To sign up please visit-http://bit.ly/SEFall17 All classes are held at GlenOak High School 1801 Schneider St. NE Canton, Ohio 44721
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Plain Local Staff In Spotlight Kim Compson is the Secretary at Avondale Elementary School. She has been with Plain Local Schools for 11 years. Here is what Interim Avondale Principal, Mrs. Milford, had to say about Kim; “Mrs. Compson exudes the phrase “above and beyond” every single day. She is the first person to greet all our students and parents with a smile. She is caring, knowledgeable, and passionate about
what she does each day. Whether it’s a bruised knee, a parent phone call or organizing paperwork, Mrs. Compson does it with a positive attitude. Avondale is so lucky to have Mrs. Compson!”
cipal, Mr. Niarchos, had to say about her; “Kristi is a kind and friendly staff member that works very hard at connecting Glenwood Families with community resources. Her true strength is her ability to build great working relationships with students and families.”
Kristi Ladson from Glenwood Intermediate Jim Rue School is a is the head Community custodian Liaison for the District. at Oakwood Middle She has been with Plain for 10 years. School. He Here is what her Prinhas been with Plain Local for 15 years. Here is what Oakwood Principal, Mrs. McNeal, had to say about him; “Mr. Rue is our valued Oakwood Head Custodian! Oakwood sparkles and shines thanks to Mr. Rue’s management and organization. Oakwood appreciates his attention to detail and willingness to meet others’ needs; always with a smile and sincere greeting! Thank you, Mr. Rue - Oakwood loves you!”
Fire Department Open House The Plain Township Fire Department will be hosting an Open House on October 15 from 12p.m. to 3 p.m. The open house will be at the main station located at 1742 Schneider Road NE
across from GlenOak High School. There will be displays and demonstrations of fire safety, equipment and fire trucks. Join us to learn more about the fire department and fire safety.
Canton City Health Department is providing FREE Dental Sealants to all Plain Local 2nd and 6th grade students. Sealants are plastic coatings that keep food and germs out of the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. They are safe, easy to apply, and there are no drills or needles involved! Sealant dates have been scheduled for the following buildings: Frazer
Elementary, November 2 and 3, 2017, Glenwood Intermediate, November 7, 8 and 9, 2017 and Taft Elementary, November 30 and December 1, 2017. Dates for Avondale, Barr, Middlebranch and Warstler will be announced soon. For more information contact Dona McCullough, Dental Sealant Program Manager at 330-4893322.
Plain Local Schools will hold a public hearing and provide an opportunity for comments on how the district plans to spend its IDEA Part B grant funds.
This hearing will be held on October 19 from 11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m. at GlenOak High School in Rooms A111/ A112, 1801 Schneider Street NE, Canton, OH 44721.
Dental Sealant Program Set
IDEA-B Public Meeting Topic
District Needs Substitutes
If you are interested in sub• Non-Instructional Aide bing in the Plain Local School • Instructional Aide District for any of the follow• Secretary/Clerk ing positions, please apply • Bus Drivers online at www.plainlocal.org Please contact the Plain Substitutes are needed for: Local Administration Office • Cafeteria at 330-492-3500 with any • Custodian questions.
Janet Wickline is an American Government and World War II teacher at GlenOak High School. This is her first year working full time in Plain Local. Freshman Academy Principal, Scott Esporite had this to say about Ms. Wickline; “Janet Wickline is a person who will jump in wherever there is a need. A very enthusiastic and positive person who provides excellent instruction to her students in American Government and Word War II classes.”
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2017 Plain Local Schools Board Members and Meetings Board Members Dr. Ambrose Perduk, Jr. President Term: 2014-2017 h: 330-904-4620 Eugene M. Cazantzes Vice President Term: 2016-2019 h: 330-456-5787 Monica Rose Gwin Term: 2016-2019 h: 330-493-9561 Kristen Donohue Guardado Term: 2014-2017 w: 330-489-3395 h: 330-497-2828 John W. Halkias Term: 2014-2017 w: 330-497-3003 h: 330-494-4719
Meeting Dates The Board also adopted the following dates and locations for their 2017 regular meetings. All meetings are to begin at 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. Most meetings have been scheduled for the third Wed. of the month. October 10, 2017 ............................... Avondale Elementary November 8, 2017 ...................................... Barr Elementary December 13, 2017.......................Administration Building
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District Students Collect Hurricane Harvey Donations Students across the Plain Local School District got a lesson in empathy recently. After Hurricane Harvey left 30,000 people in need of temporary shelter in Texas, our students across the district wanted to know how they could help. Quickly, a community wide food donation was put into motion. Plain Local Schools partnered with the Akron Canton Food
Bank to build up their supply of non-perishable food items after learning that they planned to send three truck loads for victims of the Hurricane. The items in highest demand were cleaning supplies, bottled water, and easy snacks like granola and protein bars. The Plain Local Community came out in droves at all of our nine school buildings as
well as at home football games and our annual Family Fun Day to help others in need. Elementary schools like Frazer and Barr adopted schools 1,200 miles away in Houston, Texas in an effort to help with school supplies that were lost. At Frazer Elementary, it started small asking teachers for some of their supplies, and eventually blossomed into a full Frazer family project. The focus was for each student to try and bring in a pack of crayons, markers, or a glue stick to send down to the Houston area school. Within a week, several boxes were filled and ready to send off. Mrs. St.Clair and Mrs. Kelley’s classes at Barr Elementary have also “adopted” a classroom in Texas by collecting school supplies. At Oakwood Middle School, students wanted to know how they could help. They quickly organized the Hurricane Harvey Relief Club. Brainstormed by
8th grade student, Elaina Norris, and supported by Historical Literacy teachers Joanne Addessi and Zach Marzilli, students have been meeting after school to organize events. Oakwood is hosting various student participation events for
$1.00, such as Hat Day, to donate to a partner school in Houston. Oakwood students will participate in donations and collections throughout the month of September in hope of providing relief for the damage of Hurricane Harvey.
Glenwood Intermediate Teacher, Mr. Powell volunteered to get “dunked” at Family Fun Day on September 16 for Hurricane Harvey. Students who brought non-perishable food donations were given the chance to dunk their favorite teachers.
Nina and Lauryn Lawson, students at Middlebranch Elementary School drop off their donations for Hurricane Harvey victims .
Barr Elementary students work to collect donations. Pictured L-R, Ryan Zerger, Sam Foltz, Jood Rashdan, Gavin Cantera, Kolin Sisco, Alysann West, Emeline Perich, Abigail Heaton, Brady Hill, Gracie Brady.
Plain Local Social Media: Where to find us! Looking for all the up to date information on all things Plain Local? Here’s where to find us to stay connected. Remember to use the hashtag #plainpride when sharing photos, stories and updates on anything Plain Local! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/plainlocalschools Twitter: @PlainLocal Instagram: @PlainLocalSchools Superintendents Twitter: @eagletweets14
Hurricane Harvey Relief Club at Oakwood Middle School brainstorm fundraiser ideas.
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It’s Great To Show Off Reading Talent At Frazer This year students in kindergarten and first grade at Frazer Elementary will be showing off their emergent reading skills. This is all part of the “I Read To The Principal” program started by Mr. Easterling in hopes to promote confident readers in the early grades at Frazer Elementary. Another purpose of the program is to reduce any anxiety or stress that comes with going to the principal’s office. As Mr. Easterling stated it, “I want
students to see the office as a place where they can get help and support no matter what the situation.” Once a kindergarten or first grade student feels they can read a short article or story independently, they call down to the office and get to read to Mr. Easterling in his office. He focuses on the opportunity being a positive in the office; “We make a big production out of it, to promote the importance of reading and having the
confidence in their ability. Students sit behind my desk and read their book. The look of pride they have when we celebrate the occasion makes it all worthwhile.” Students receive a sticker and postcard
identifying that they read to the principal. Their picture goes up on the “I Read to the Principal” Wall of Fame in the hallway outside the office. Setting lofty reading goals for the students at Frazer
Elementary begins in kindergarten and first grades; “We hope to see all 138 students in kindergarten and first grade up on the board before the end of the year. We know it is possible!”
Left: First grader Callan Ayers read “Are You My Mother?” to Mr. Easterling. Center: Jace Townes read the classic “Green Eggs and Ham” to his principal. Righ: Kindergarten student Liam Palmer read to Mr. Easterling this fall.
Camp TAFT Unites Teachers, Families
Mrs. Dombroski shows off her handmade rock .
Avondale Kindness Rocks Mrs. Dombroski’s class took part in The Kindness Rocks Project. This movement challenges students to paint a rock with a positive message and place it around the community for others to find. The project is based on the theory that one message at just the right moment can change someone’s entire life. Mrs. Dombroski’s 1-2 Blended class at Avondale started by reading stories about positive character traits, one being kindness. They brainstormed positive messages that could
be written on rocks and began decorating! Quotes like “Lend a helping hand” and “Love is everywhere” or simply “Be a friend” are some of the positive messages the kids created. The students will then take the rocks home and place them around the community. Under a park bench, in the library, or on a grocery store shelf are just some of the places you might find one of these special rocks. Maybe, just maybe, you will find one right when you need it most!
Student from Avondale smile as they participate in the Kindness Project
Wednesday, September 27, from 6:00-8:00, the Taft community came together for an evening of literacy, math and camping activities for its Fall Family event. Families participated in Marshmallow Math, Trail Mix Sort, Fishing for Words, and other assorted educational games. A camping photo booth was available for families to take pictures with their own devices. A book give away also took place. No camping adventure is
complete without pizza! By working together, teachers and families can
ensure academic success! Thank you to all of the families that participated.
First Graders Donates Hair
Grace Renz, a first grader to hearing from someone at Middlebranch, had been who has received her hair. letting her hair grow for a few Way to go Grace! years. During the summer before starting first grade, she decided to donate it to Wigs for Kids. She had 12 inches of hair cut off. Grace says she wanted to do this so that sick kids can have hair too. Her parents and her friends at Middlebranch are proud of her. Grace is looking forward
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Oakwood STEM Receives Thomas Edison Award The Ohio Academy of Science selected 58 Ohio Schools and 509 teachers to receive The Governor’s Thomas Edison Awards for Excellence in STEM Education and Student Research for their accomplishments during the 2016-2017 school year. Included in that list was Oakwood Middle School and the following teachers: Scott Laughman, Michele Hahn, Carol Raff, Sarah Pendleton, Matthew Carpenter, Lauren Sturiale, Mike Roberts, Stephen Tornero, Jeanette Garcia, Chris Donohue, Ed Keoshian, David Limbaugh, Ashley Kessler, Laura Schmidt, Brian Richeson, Allyson Sederland, Beth Waseity, Charles Julian, and Paul Cotton. Each school will receive a special Governor’s Award certificate, and each teacher will receive complimentary membership to The Ohio Academy of Science. The Technology Division of the Ohio Development Services Agency funded the program. The criteria for the Thomas Edison Award for Excellence are: (1) to conduct a local science fair with twelve or
more students, (2) qualify two or more of these students for one of the Academy’s 17 district science days, (3) have students participate in at least one or more youth science opportunities beyond the classroom such as a State Science Day, Science Olympiad, B-Wiser, visitors to museums, mentorship programs, and extended field trips and (4) convince external STEM professionals how and what extent the school’s program met the Academy’s definition of STEM education. The Ohio Academy of Science defines STEM education as both the mastery and integration of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics for all PK-12 students. It incorporates scientific inquiry and technological design through studentfocused, project-based curricula to develop skills of communication, teamwork/ collaboration, creativity/innovation, critical thinking and problem solving. First established in 1985, the Governor’s Thomas Edison Awards recognizes Ohio schools and teachers who stimulate scientific student research
and technological design and extend opportunities beyond traditional classroom activities. Students must participate in one or more youth science opportunities beyond the classroom, including State Science Day, The Ohio Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Buckeye Science and Engineering Fair, Science Olympiad, and other structured STEM-related youth activates. “These schools and teachers push the boundaries of the traditional classroom by advising and mentoring student-originated research and other hands-on experiences”, said Michael E. Woytck, the Academy’s CEO. The Ohio Academy of Science initiated this educational partnership program in cooperation with The Office of The Governor and The Technology Division of The Ohio Development Services Agency to recognize schools and teachers for excellence in STEM education and scientific student research. Forty professionals – broadly representing STEM employers from business, industry, government, and academia – evaluated the applications in
a review process. Founded in 1891, The Ohio Academy of Science (OAS) is a membership-based, volunteer-driven, not-for-profit organization. The Academy is the leading organization in Ohio to foster curiosity, discovery, innovation, and problem-
solving skills in Ohio. OAS members are as diverse as the science taking place in Ohio, and our programs support science from pre-college and college students through scientific professionals. For more information about the OAS, please visit its website at http://www.ohiosci.org.
Information Night Features Problem Based Learning Oakwood’s 7th grade STEM Community hosted a Family Information Night; including a Problem Based Learning (PBL) Activity for families. The event was highly attended and families experienced working collaboratively to design, construct, and compete. Families were challenged to create the longest paper
chain out of one 11x14 piece of construction paper using tape, and scissors. The competition was close, but one family prevailed with a 45 foot paper chain! Congratulations to the Martens family! They left with a gift card to an area restaurant. Oakwood thanks all of the STEM families for their participation!
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Stark Parks Plan Events The school year is in full swing but the outdoor adventures continue at Stark Parks! Catfish with Cops! On Saturday, September 30, cast a line with your Stark Parks Rangers and local police officers while you enjoy the sport of catfishing at Walborn Reservoir, located at 11324 Price St. NE in Alliance. Enjoy a K-9 demonstration by Ranger Gunnar at 4:30 p.m. Fishing registration opens at 5 p.m., with fishing from 6 to 9 p.m. There will be individual and team prizes, including Top 3 Longest Catfish and the Team with the Longest Catfish (teams of 4). Shore fishing only will be permitted and there is a $5 entry fee per participant. All proceeds will benefit the Stark Parks Ranger Explorer Program! Celebrate the sights, sounds, and smells of autumn outdoors! On Saturday, October 14, join Stark
Parks for the annual free Family Fall Fest from 2 to 6 p.m. at Petros Lake Park, near the corner of Perry Dr. SW and Faircrest St. SW. Commemorate the season with games, a campfire, inflatables, and hayrides that will travel through the woods and meadows with views of Petros Lake and surrounding fall colors. There will also be a children’s .25 mile Story Time Hike with FeLeap and friends. Costumes are encouraged! This free family event has become an annual tradition with many families returning every year to celebrate the fall season. Family Fall Fest is a rain or shine event, so dress for the Glenwood Students (pictured L-R) Mikah Stokes, Jake Charles, Emma Iraneta, learn through VR headsets. weather. No registration is required. For more information on Catfish with Cops, Family Fall Fest, and additional Autumn-inspired activities wood Teachers to provide For more information about Students at Glenwood for all ages, visit StarkParks. them professional develop- VR and the learning process now have the opportunity com. to explore learning through ment on how to connect VR please contact, Mr. Niarchos to the learning experience. at email@example.com. a virtual reality experience. The Glenwood PTO purchased 20 virtual reality headsets for students last spring to increase learning opportunities. “Students will This year at GlenOak were invited to attend a be able to experience distant High School, students one-day training worklands, cultures and the galshop this summer, hosted axy just to name a few,” said are running the firstever IT Student Help by Mr. Joe Andrews and Glenwood Principal Mr. Niarchos. “The virtual real- Desk to serve the student Miss Stef Lyons. Stubody with various tech dents who have at least ity experience will engage one open period in their students in the teaching and requests, chromebook learning process and provide charging, and support on schedule forfeit their educational programs like study hall to operate the a visual, spatial experience Boo at the School is an annual event for families and chilIT Help Desk and will be with their reading activities. Nearpod, Quizlet, and dren in Plain Local to celebrate the fall season hosted by the NoRedInk. Students were able to earn community It brings learning to life.” GlenOak High School National Honor Society (NHS). The service hours each semesThrough the use of Google nominated last year by safe, indoor event features activities such as trick-or-treating, their teachers based upon ter. Located off the Main fall crafts, storybook reading, a science room, and a costume Sites, free virtual reality softthe following criteria: an Commons, the IT Student fashion show, all led by high school leaders in costume. This ware connects to the Ohio interest in technology, Help Desk has provided common core state stanyear’s Boo at the School will be held on Thursday, October responsibility, integrity, hourly IT support for dards in all contents. Plain 26, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. NHS welcomes other school communication skills, many students already Local Director of Technoloand community groups to also become involved and be part and looks to expand its of the fun, family night. Please contact Emily Palmer, at pal- gy Integration, Joe Andrews and willingness to help others. Over 75 students services next semester. is working with the Glenmere@plainlocal.org with questions.
Glenwood Intermediate Brings Virtual Reality To Classroom
GlenOak Launches First IT Student Help Desk
Boo At The School Planned
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Plain Alumni Inducted Into Hall Of Distinction
Honor Society, Latin Club, and the National Forensic League. Currently, Kathy is part of Cleveland State University’s Latin and English Adjunct Faculty, where she received “Outstanding Teacher Recognition” awards in 2010 and 2012. After receiving both her Bachelor’s and Master’s from Kent State University in 1973 and 1976 respectively, Kathy went on to teach Latin and English at Lake High School before moving to Cleveland and continuing her teaching career at various schools, including Cleveland State. Katharine M. Ewing Since 1983, Kathy has been Oakwood Class of 1969 a free-lance writer and a Kathy regular book reviewer for Ewing is an accom- several Cleveland-based entities. Her articles, plished professor reviews, and other writand writer, ing have appeared in many as well as local and national publicaan author tions. Kathy married a Glenof her recently published wood graduate, John, book, “Missing: Coming to Terms with a Borderline and is the mother of two Mother.” She has appeared children, Douglas and Margaret. on television, as a guest blogger, and at book sign- Keith Lepage ings since being published Glenwood Class of 1975 Since in August of 2016. Addi1988, tionally, Kathy has volKeith has unteered her time to help been the individuals living with Presisomeone with borderline dent of personality disorder sort Whitacre through their own feelEngineerings, as well as help them ing, a family owned comto understand this disorpany founded in Canton der. that fabricates and erects While at Oakwood, reinforcing steel (rebar) Kathy was a member of for concrete constructhe Oakwood Student Writers, serving as co-ed- tion in Northeast Ohio itor of Oak Leaves (1968- and Upstate New York. 69); she also wrote for the Projects like First Energy school newspaper, Raider’s Stadium, Quicken Loans Arena, Progressive Field, Review. Kathy was involved with the Oakwood Ohio Stadium renovations, Marching Band, National Pro Football Hall of Fame, The Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association inducted four new members into its Hall of Distinction in September. The Hall of Distinction is a very prestigious honor given to outstanding alumni or members of the community. Our honorees have all distinguished themselves personally and/or professionally, contributed time and talent to the Plain Local School District, and exemplified the education and moral values that are respected by their community and school system.
earned her of Bachelor of Science with Distinction from the University of Michigan in 1992 and her Doctor of Medicine from Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine in 1997 where she was part of the Alpha Omega Alpha (medical honor society) and was ranked 2nd in her class of 91. She completed her transitional residency at Aultman Hospital and her Dermatology Residency at the Ohio State University Medical Center. Lisa was the Chief Resident of the Ohio State University Department of Dermatology. While at GlenOak, Lisa participated in choir and drama club. She was a member of the Drifters and secretary of the National Honor Society. Lisa is an active member of St. Michael Parish where she volunteers with the marriage preparation program, Habitat for Humanity, and Thanksgiving food drive. She volunteers at skin cancer screenings for the North Canton Medical Foundation Melanoma Awareness Day and Aultman Cancer Screening Day. She has served as a preceptor for residents and medical students program at St. Michael’s church. Lisa is married to her husband, Steve, and they have two children, Ava and Alyssa.
Sherrie L. Valentine
GlenOak Class of 1977 Sherrie has worked for OhioHealth for the Lisa Sayoc past thirty GlenOak Class of 1988 years. CurLisa not rently, she is the Director only has of Grady Memorial Obher private stetrics & Women’s Health practice Services as well as the Didation is to build and mainat Derrector of Dublin Methodtain stewardship of a commatology ist Hospital Obstetrics & munity trust and to provide Associates Women’s Health Services. funding for superior, innoof CanSherrie attended Capital vative educational programs, ton, she is also the owner. University’s BSN program which exceed our District’s She is a Board Certified before transferring to financial resources. The Diplomate of the AmeriColumbus Stare where she grants represent one way to can Board of Dermatolearned her Associate Deachieve that mission. ogy, as well as a Fellow of gree in Nursing in 1981. For more information the American Academy She later earned her Bachplease contact Anna Bodof Dermatology. She was elor of Science Degree in ner, Director of Plain Lopreviously employed by HealthCare Management cal Schools Foundation the North Canton Medical in 2010 from Franklin and Alumni Association at Foundation where she was University and her Master 330.491.3870 or email foun- on the Board of Direcof Nursing in 2015 from firstname.lastname@example.org. tors from 2010-2013. She the University of Phoe-
Plain Foundation Awards Educational Grants To Staff
The Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association awarded nearly $10,000 in grants to various Plain Local staff members and curriculum areas for programming in the 20172018 school year. In the last several years, the Foundation has awarded over $130,000 in Star grants to staff to provide exceptional educational experiences for all 6,000 children of Plain Local School district. The mission of the Foun-
Tom Benson Stadium, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are just a few of the familiar venues contributed to by Whitacre. Keith earned his Bachelor of Science from the US Coast Guard Academy in 1979. During his five years of active duty, Keith was a shipboard officer on an icebreaker cutter and served as facilities engineer in the Great Lakes area. While attending Glenwood, Keith played football, serving as co-captain of the team. He also participated in wrestling and track. Keith was voted President of his senior class and was a member of the National Honor Society. For over twenty years, Keith has been an active participant in numerous business affiliations. He has served as trustee on the Canton Ironworkers Retirement and Insurance Funds; President of the National Association of Reinforcing Steel Contractors; Director and Treasurer of the Institute of Ironworkers Industry; as well as many other organizations. For the past ten years, he has been a member of Vistage International which is a peer-to-peer organization for owners of business to help them be more effective leaders. Keith is married to Anna, who together host a community group for their church at their home and have hosted numerous Young Life events in their basement and backyard over the years. They have three children, Kathryn, Luke, and Mary.
nix. In 2008, OhioHealth opened a new hospital and Sherrie was chosen to lead the development of the Women’s Health Service Line and Obstetrical program. Since opening, the maternity services at Dublin has become the destination for maternity services in the region and is planning their third expansion. She has established an outpatient Maternal-Fetal Medicine Service; developed a Community Prenatal Education Program; and established a Perinatal and Quality Review Program at Dublin Memorial Hospital. While at GlenOak, Sherrie participated in Home Economics and WorkStudy program, which afforded her the opportunity to begin training and working in local healthcare facilities. Sherrie has dedicated herself to her profession. Her passion and commitment to serving others provides clear purpose and direction. Barriers become opportunities. Recognizing a lack of prenatal education and preparedness for pregnant patients, she developed an OB Clinic prenatal education program. Before the era of Skype and Face-time, she facilitated and coordinated the first webcam birth in the region for military soldier(s) so that they could watch and be part of the birth of their baby while deployed. The community was so appreciative that donations were received to purchase equipment to enhance the video capabilities. Supporting the future of the profession of nursing, she participated in developing nurse mentorship programs, improving orientation programs, and implementing a formal evaluation process. The realization that community-based health care is essential to reducing infant mortality, Sherrie has lead and participated in many regional and hospital system initiatives to increase access to care for low income women, reduce disparities, and provide better support and education. Sherri is married to Cliff, and she is the mother of three sons, and has one grandson and granddaughter.
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District Dancers Set To Perform Annual All School Ballet, Aladdin
The Plain Local Schools Foundation and Alumni Association is pleased to present the 2017 all-school ballet under the direction of Jacquenette Blaydes. Plain Local dance and Saturday Enrichment students, ages 3 years through 12th grade, will perform an original choreographed performance featuring the story of Mrs. Price, Mrs. Humes and Mrs. Downing all dressed “Aladdin” on November 17 the part. and 18. Mrs. Blaydes, Plain Local dance instructor, choreographed the producStudents and staff across by Peter H. Reynolds’ book tion and will direct over the district celebrated “The Dot.” Students and staff 250 dancers in three public International Dot Day in celebrated by working on performances. September. International various art projects focused Public performances will Dot Day is a global celebra- on dots, and even dressed up be Friday, November 17 at tion of creativity inspired wearing dots to school! 7pm and Saturday, November 18 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the GlenOak High School Theater on the Abbey Foltz Stage. Tickets will go on sale in October. Purchase your tickets early as shows sell out quickly! The performers will also put the show on for all Plain Local 3rd grade students as a part of the arts experiences offered to all elementary students within Plain Local. Non-perishable food items
International Dot Day
Students worked hard on creating their “dots” to decorate the school.
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will be collected at all public Force. This year’s goal is to performances to support the collect over 2,000 non-perStark County Hunger Task ishable food items.
Vocal Patrons Auction Set Sunday, November 12, 2017 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM at GlenOak High School – Door 17. Bring your quarters to get some great items! Start your holiday shopping and have a fun afternoon with friends! Many vendors including LuLaRoe, ThirtyOne, Perfectly Posh, Pink Zebra, Cathy’s Chocolates and more! Dozens of amazing gift baskets and donated auction items such as North Canton
Playhouse, Otterbox, Canton Player’s Guild, Canal Tavern of Zoar, Ohio Outdoor Sports just to name a few! There will be 50/50 and Sabika Jewelry raffle!! For ticket info contact Sheree Boyle at saboyle2@ gmail.com or 330.704.2820 Tickets are $5.00. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Please come out and support our amazing choral program!
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Township Parks Department Presents Programs
Messy Hands Session 2: We invite you and your little one to come get “Messy” with us at the Diamond Park Community Room. We will do paint, stamping, all things gooey and creative, so bring your imagination and old clothes! You will get Messy! Children must be accompanied by a parent/ guardian whose participation is required. Cost per child is $41.00. All classes will be Mondays from 10:0011:00AM. Dates for this session are October 23, 30, November 6, 13, 20, 2017. Register Online at https:// apm.activecommunities. com/plaintownship/Home and sign up now as space is limited! Adult Coed Indoor Session 1: Indoor adult coed soccer league. Teams are responsible for paying the referee $12 per game which is not included in the registration fee. Format is 7v7 on the field (3 male, 3 female, and 1 goalkeeper of either gender). Teams need to upload their rosters to Active. All league communication will come through the Active system (schedules, stats, rules etc.). Games will be on Friday nights starting at 5:30pm and running every hour for a 10 week session. Teams are required a minimum $200 deposit to register. The full amount will be due by the second game. Cost for the league is $660.00 per team. SESSION 1 DATES ARE 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 12/1, 12/8, 12/15, 12/22/17, 1/5, 1/12, AND 1/19/18. Register online at https://apm. activecommunities.com/ plaintownship/Home.
Fall Highschool Coed Soccer 1: Indoor high school coed soccer league. Format is 6v6. Teams are responsible for paying the $12 referee fee per game which is not included in the registration fee. Teams must have an adult 21 or older on the sideline for every game but no more than 2 coaches will be permitted on the sideline during games. Games will be on Thursday evenings starting at 5pm and kids will not be in building past 10pm. If we receive more than 10 team registrations, please be aware we will assign Tuesday or Wednesday games to accommodate for the overflow. Please read schedules carefully to confirm days/times of your
games. Teams are required a minimum $200 deposit to register. The full amount will be due by the second game. Cost is $660.00 per team. Session 1 dates are 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/30, 12/7, 12/14, 12/21/2017, 1/4/18, 1/11/18, and 1/18/18. Register online at https://apm.activecommunities.com/plaintownship/ Home.
on Saturdays so no midweek required for registration. The commitments). Times for the full balance will be paid by league are based on registraweek 2 games. Games will be tions but Kindergarten will played on Monday evenings start at 8am and the league starting at 5:00pm and endwill increase by grade. We ing no later than 9:00pm. ask that each child wear shin This is a ten-week session. guards, flat bottom indoor Cost per team is $660.00. shoes or sneakers (no cleats), Dates for session 1 are 11/6, and a size appropriate soccer 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/4, ball for practices (K-size 12/11, 12/18/17, 1/8, 1/15, 3, 1-4- size 4, 5/6- size 5). 1/22/18. Register online at League shirts will be prohttps://apm.activecommuvided by the second game. nities.com/plaintownship/ Costs are $82.50 for the first Home. child, $71.50 for the second U11/U12 Indoor Soccer 1: child, $66.00 for the third Sign up your U11/U12 team child and up and $55.00 for for our 9 week long indoor one registration if the parent/ soccer league! Play will guardian volunteers to coach. primarily be Saturday late Dates for session 1 are: 11/11, afternoon/evenings depend11/18, 12/2, 12/9, 12/16, ing on registration of K-6 12/23/17, 1/6, 1/13, 1/20/18. league. U11/U12 can be Register online at https:// integrated into 5th and 6th apm.activecommunities. com/plaintownship/Home.
grade league. Depending on registration numbers, this league can be moved to Tuesday evenings starting at 5:00pm and ending no later than 9:00pm. Teams are responsible for paying $10 for the referee every game which is not included in the registration fee. Format is 7v7. Teams are allowed maximum 2 coaches on the sideline during games. Teams are required to upload their rosters to the Active system. At least a $200 deposit is required for a registration. The full facility fee will be due by week 2 of games. Cost per team is $600.00. Dates for Session 1 are 11/11, 11/18, 12/2, 12/9, 12/16, 12/23/17, 1/6, 1/13, 1/20/18. Register online at https://activecommunities. com/plaintownship/Home .
Santa has his calendar marked and will be in attendance to take pictures and listen to all of the children discuss his/her holiday wish list on Friday December 1, 2017 from 6:00-9:00PM at Diamond Community Park where Plain Township will welcome all for the 9th annual Winter Fest Holiday Festival and Tree Lighting! We will have woodcarving and ice carving demonstrations, holiday carols and festive music spun by our DJ. Bon fires will keep you
warm and you can enjoy time with friends and family. Along with concessions for sale with holiday treats, there will be arts and crafts for the kids and the Laugh Boxx Photo Booth will be in the Community Room. Several light displays and lots of family fun and memories will be made. The Plain Township FD will be in attendance as well with Touch a Truck. Join us for what has become a flagship event for the Plain Township Community.
Highschool Girls Soccer 1: HS Girls indoor soccer league. 6v6 format. All teams will owe $12 per team each week for referee fees as they are not included in this registration fee. Games will be played on Sunday afternoons starting at 12pm. All teams must have an adult 21 or older on the sideline for each game. Teams are only allowed a maximum of 2 coaches on the sideline per game. Teams are required a Rec 7/8 Indoor Soccer 1: $200 deposit to register. The Sign up your child for our full amount will be paid by recreational 7th and 8th the second game. Cost per grade indoor soccer league team is $660.00. Session 1 session one! You can request dates are 10/29, 11/12, 11/19, a coach and/or teammate. 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, 12/17/17, We create the rosters. If you 1/7, 1/14, 1/21/18. Regiswant to sign up an entire ter online at https://apm. team please see our U13/U14 activecommunities.com/ registration page. Your child plaintownship/Home. will receive a jersey and referee fees are included in this Men’s Indoor Soccer 1: registration fee. Each team Men’s Open Adult Soccer will be assigned no more League. 6v6 format. Each than 2 coaches. If you are team will owe $12 per team interested in coaching, please for referees each week as it is make sure to mark it on your not built into this registration registration form. Games fee. Games will be played on will primarily be played on Sunday late afternoon/eveMonday evenings starting at nings starting around 4pm. 5:00pm and ending no later Coaches are required to upthan 9:00pm. Depending load their rosters to the Acon U14 team registrations, tive system. Teams are only this league can be moved required a $200 deposit fee to Saturday evenings. Costs to register for the league. The are $82.50 for the first child, full facility fee will be due by $71.50 for the second Child, the second week of play. Cost $66.00 for the third child and per team is $660.00 for the up and $55.00 for one child if ten-week session. Dates for the parent agrees to volunteer session 1 are 10/29, 11/12, coach. Dates for session 1 11/19, 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, are 11/6, 11/13, 11/20, 11/27, 12/17/17, 1/7, 1/14, 1/21/18. 12/4, 12/11, 12/18/17, 1/8, Register online at https:// 1/15, 1/22/18. Register online apm.activecommunities. at https://apm.activecommucom/plaintownship/Home. nities.com/plaintownship/ Fall Rec K-6 Indoor Soccer: Home. Come and enjoy our recreational coed K-6 indoor soc- U13/U14 Indoor Soccer 1: Sign up your team for our cer league! You may register U13/U14 indoor soccer one or more of your children league! Coaches can upload for our 9 weeks of soccer their roster and pay balances fun! We do accept teammate through the ACTIVE online and coach requests for every system. Format is 6v6. Teams player and we do our best to are responsible for the referee accommodate. Team regisfee of $10 per game which is trations can be made in the not included in the regisU11/12 league and U13/14 tration fee. Teams are only league. The format of the allowed maximum 2 coaches league will be 2 practices and on the sideline during games. 7 games for K-4. 5/6 will be A minimum $200 deposit is 1 practice and 8 games (all
Township Winter Fest Planned
Plain Sets Salute To Veterans
In 2015, the Plain Township Board of Trustees recognized that veterans deserved a sacred place in Plain Township to reflect, pray, share memories and experiences and to be surrounded by the souls of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. In that vein, the Board of Trustees rededicated Schneider Park, at 1714 Schneider St. NE, to be named Veterans Park. They also committed to building a veterans’ memorial monument which was dedicated, along with a Blue Star Memorial Marker, on November 11, 2016 as part of the Salute To Veterans Event. This year, the tradition will continue. The day kicks off with a complimentary breakfast for all veterans at 8:00 a.m. at the Plain Township Fire Station at 1742 Schneider St. NE. We will begin our ceremony at 8:45a.m. with the National Anthem played by the GlenOak High School March-
ing Band, and our keynote speaker will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. Following our keynote speaker, there will be an official dedication of the flags. Joining the flags at the keystone monument are 6 granite benches representing each branch of the service. The dedication of the flags will take place at approximately 10:20 a.m. on the hillside around the monument. TAPS will play at 11:11 a.m. and will be followed by a complimentary lunch for all veterans. We encourage everyone to return at 5:30 p.m. for a flag retirement ceremony. Please join us on Saturday, November 11, beginning at 8:00 a.m. to say thanks to all those who have served or are serving, “Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid, they have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.” President Harry S Truman.
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Library Branch Offers Something For All Ages Join us at the Plain CommuPups and Pages nity Branch of the Stark County Saturday, Oct. 14, District Library to enjoy great 10:30 am–12 pm programs for all ages. Some proBring a favorite book to share grams request registration; please or borrow one of the Library’s call, stop in, or visit StarkLibrary. to read to licensed therapy org and choose the Calendar tab dogs. for more information. LEGO® Club EARLY LEARNERS Saturday, Oct. 21, Nov. 18 (Birth–Pre-K) 10:30 am–12 pm Imagine, create, and build with Story Time & More Story times LEGO® and/or DUPLO® bricks open up the world of books, (provided). music, culture, and play to young children and their families. Pajama - Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 27, 7–7:30 pm Preschool - Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, 28, 10:30–11:15 am Baby/Toddler - Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 10:30–11 am
ELEMENTARY (K–5th Grade)
TEENS (6th–12th Grade)
Teens CREATE Wed., Sep. 27, Oct. 11, 25, Nov 1, 15. 2:20–3:40 pm Hang out with your friends and make new ones at the Library. Enjoy activities including music, art, STEM, snap circuits, and more. Each day will bring something new to do and explore.
Historical Society Meetings
We need your help. In 2018, the Plain Township Historical Society is going to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Glenwood High School Dedication. We are looking for yearbooks, photos, stories, oral histories and artifacts from the Glenwood High School Years of 1957-1975. If you have something to donate or share (we can make copies or photograph an item), please let us know. Only with your help can we make this celebration complete. Contact us at email@example.com. Look for us at the Plain Township Veterans Day event on November 11 and at the Plain Township Winterfest event on December 1. Yearbook Want List: Middlebranch High School – Any yearbook before 1937, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957 Glenwood High School – 1959, 1960, 1964, 1967, Oakwood High School – 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975 GlenOak High School – 1982, 1984, 1990, 1992, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005 to present We are also looking for yearbooks from the middle schools and grade schools 2017 Meeting Schedule: Oct. 16th, 2017 – Log Cabins in Plain Township Nov. 20th, 2017 – A Visit from William McKinley December 2017 – No Meeting All meetings start at 7:00PM and are held at the Plain Township Offices 2600 Easton St. NE unless otherwise noted. Come join us. It’s “Plain” History.
ADULTS Mystery Book Club Thursdays, 4–5 pm Oct. 19, Cold Dish by Craig Johnson Nov. 16, Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng TECHNOLOGY Microsoft Word Basics for Seniors Thursday, Oct. 12, 1–2:30 pm Word is one of the building blocks for developing and expanding your Office skills.
Begin with the basics of creating a document.
new computer or updated to Windows 10 in this demonstration discover new features of Windows 10 or revisit some of your old favorites.
PowerPoint I Basics for Seniors Thursday, Oct, 5, 1–2:30 pm PowerPoint is used for more than student assignments and Google Earth presentations. It is a blank Thursday, Oct, 26, 1–2:30 pm storyboard for you to build a Google Earth offers a tremenvisual presentation. Create a dous amount of geographic presentation to show off your data. View the highest mounwork. tains, tallest buildings and busiest cities. Look at stunning Windows 10 Basics for Seniors imagery and share these views Thursday, Oct. 19, 1–2:30 pm with your friends. Whether you purchased a
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2017 Golden Eagle Fall Sports Kick Off Celebration Photography by Rick Black
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Baseball, Diamond Club Events In Full Swing Baseball conditioning season is upon us. Voluntary throwing for all
classes will start September 12th and continue every Tuesday and Thursday
until the weather changes. Diamond Club meetings are normally the first Tuesday of every month and held at the high school. The 2nd Annual Quarter Auction will be held October 15 in the Commons starting at 1:30pm. Information for all these events and more is available at the following:
www.glenoakeaglesbaseball.com www.facebook.com/glenoakbaseball glenoakdiamondclub@ gmail.com GlenOak Baseball Quarter Auction Sunday, October 15, 2017 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm Doors Open at 1:30 P.M. and Auction Starts at 3:00 P.M. Glen
Oak High School Commons Area (Door 17) 1801 Schneider St NE Canton, Ohio 44721. Tickets are $5.00 For ticket info, to make a donation, become a vendor or for questions… Contact Kim Bergert at 330.603.5370 or visit www. Glenoakeaglesbaseball. com/handouts
Sign Up And Run For Heroes On The Move 5k It’s time to bring out your inner hero and join us for the Heroes on the Move 5K Run/ Walk presented by The Mucci Team Keller/Williams Legacy Group Realty! Enjoy the new veterans’ monuments as you pass through the park and have the option of completing a “Boot Camp Challenge” at each mile marker. Finish at GlenOak’s Football Stadium where you can meet some of our community’s real life heroes! Race will be held on Saturday November 4th, 2017 and has a 9:00AM start time. The race starts and finishes at the high school football stadium. Register at www. runsignup.com/heroesonthemove Race registrations are $25 per person if registered by 11/01/17, $35 per person for on-site registration, $15 for children 12 and under and Veterans with proof of Veterans ID card. The race registra-
tion includes race cape, t-shirt and post-race refreshments. There are also capes and themed t-shirts for those registered by October 15, 2017. You can dedicate your cape to your personal hero at our cape decorating station before the race. Also, all racers that complete 3 optional Boot Camp Challenges are entered into a special drawing. Use props and commemorate the Mrs. Levy’s Oakwood class participated in the 2017 HOF Playmaker’s Camp. Students day and moment at our Super were able to tour the Hall of Fame and perform football drills on a practice field with loHero Photo Booth! Super cal high school football players. The students enjoyed a beautiful day at the new Hall of Hero Costumes welcomed! Fame facility! Proceeds benefit the Plain Township Veterans Park initiatives!
Class Participates In HOF Playmaker’s Camp
Friday, October 20, 2017 is Senior Night at Bob Commings Field. Join us during halftime of the GlenOak vs. Lake home varsity football game as we celebrate our senior athletes and performers.
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Family Fun Day 2017 Photos provided by GlenOak High School student photographers, Doreen Montano and Isabella Victory.
October 2017 issue of the Plain Paper.