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Friday Flyer
Grace Whitehurst
Friday, February 14, 2020

St. Paul High School/NCS Junior High Friday Flyer



Breakfast:  $1.55               Lunch:  $3.15                      Milk:  $ .50          Lactose Free Milk:  $ .75


Alternate lunch choices:  Chef salad, turkey wrap or Uncrustable PBJ (place order in office before 9 AM)






NO SCHOOL – Presidents’ Day

NO SCHOOL – Presidents’ Day


WG Poptart, yogurt, fruit, juice, milk

Hot dogs/chili dogs, French fries, baked beans, orange slices, Rice Krispie treat


WG mini cinnis, fruit, juice, milk

Popcorn chicken bowl, fruit cocktail, roll


WG egg & cheese on English muffin, fruit, juice, milk

Taco salad, black beans, sweet potato fries, veggie tray, peaches


WG donuts, fruit, juice, milk

Boneless wings, broccoli, veggie tray, pineapple, soft pretzel


The Agnes C. Stoll Riley Culture of Excellence in Teaching Award  


In 1923, Agnes C. Stoll Riley was the first valedictorian of St. Paul’s new four-year high school. She had assisted the sisters in preparing the criteria needed by the State of Ohio for the accreditation of four-year high schools. After graduating, she taught the 4th grade at St. Paul until she married James Riley and moved to Milan. Many of Agnes’ grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren have and will attended St. Paul.

Program Objective To empower our teachers to be the best they can be, going above and beyond, emulating our Vision of a Family of Faith, a Culture of Excellence and a Calling to Serve; and supporting our Mission to Develop Disciples of Christ, Promote Academic Excellence, and Foster a Respectful Community. Criteria The criteria are not meant to be a minimum guideline or requirement, but rather a guide which will encourage nominations and assist the selection committee in designating awards. Focusing first on practical criteria should better enable candidates to achieve the more in-depth application-based criteria.  

Nominations for this award are due by March 29, 2020.  Nomination forms can be found on the NCS website at the following link.   https//


            Feb. 19     Tickets on sale daily ( 7 AM – 3:30 PM) in the high school office for The Music Man

                                    $8 presale/$10 at the door

            Mar. 6-7  The Music Man – 7:00 PM

            Mar. 8      The Music Man - 2:30 PM  

            May 3       Honors Banquet – 6:15 PM (Please note this date change)

                MEAL MAGIC:  Please review your Meal Magic account balance by doing one of the following:

  • Ask the cafeteria cashier
  • Go on-line at  You can follow the “Meal Magic Online Functionality” link on the NCS website to the Getting Started instructions
  • Contact the NCS Business Office at 419-668-3005, x223 for balance information
  • Remember:  Students may not purchase ala carte items when they have a negative account balance
  • 1.Saturday School from 8 AM – 1 PM:  You can get help with a specific subject, have computer and scan time or bring your binder and get help getting organized!   Come for a while or stay the whole time.  2/22/20 (Mrs. Moffit), 2/29/20 (Mrs. Swiger), 3/7/20 (Mrs. Swiger).  END OF 3RD QUARTER

2.   Shop Program News:  Shop bonuses include Shutterfly, Krispy Kreme, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Barnes & Noble, and JCPenney. Visit for more specials and information on the Shop Program.  Questions? Contact Kristen Penner, Shop Coordinator at or text 440-552-2808.