Reminder that students will be dismissed 2 hours early today. This is for the solar eclipse. All students will be given a pair of approved glasses and information on the eclipse.
11 days ago, Suellen Coleman
Reminder - Tomorrow is a scheduled two-hour early dismissal. Also - Schools will be dismissing 2 hours early next Monday (4/8) for the Eclipse. All students will be given information packets and eclipse viewing glasses courtesy of Eye Care Associates in Beverly.
17 days ago, Suellen Coleman
Wolf Creek Local Schools will be dismissing 2 hours early today April 2, 2024 due to the forecast of high winds and severe storms later this afternoon. All evening activities are cancelled.
17 days ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Good evening, Wildcat Family! Our local Beverly Lions Club is having an Easter Scholarship Breakfast for their Waterford and Fort Frye graduates scholarship fund this Saturday, March 23rd from 9 am to 11 am @ the Waterford Township Building. Come on out this Saturday to enjoy some delicious pancakes, get some pictures with the Easter Bunny, and support a great cause, our Waterford students.
28 days ago, Brad Lanier
πŸŒžπŸŒ‘ Important Announcement from Wolf Creek Local Schools πŸŒ‘πŸŒž Attention Wolf Creek community! πŸ“’ We're thrilled to announce that on April 8th, we'll be experiencing a partial eclipse in our area around 3:00 p.m.! 🌘 To ensure everyone can safely witness this celestial event, we'll be dismissing school two hours early that day. All students and staff will receive eclipse-viewing glasses generously donated by Eyecare Associates. Safety first! πŸ‘“ Parents, please note that students should be dropped off at home or at practice by the early dismissal time. Looking to make the eclipse even more educational? Check out the resources and activities provided by the Department of Education and Workforce (DEW) here: Link to resources Let's make this eclipse experience one to remember! 🌟 #WolfCreekEclipse #LearningBeyondTheClassroom πŸ“š
about 1 month ago, Missy Antill
Good Monday Morning Congratulation to the Girls Basketball Team for making it to the Final Four in Dayton. They will play in the State Semi Finals on Thursday March 14 at 11:00 am. Wolf Creek Local Schools will be closed on Thursday March 14th to allow staff and students to attend the game. Wolf Creek Local Schools will be closed on Thursday March 14th
about 1 month ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Good afternoon, Wildcat Family! On March 23rd our Local Lions Club is having their Easter Pancake Breakfast. 100% of proceeds will go to their youth scholarship fund. Scholarships are awarded annually to graduates from Waterford and Fort Frye. We hope to see you in two weeks for pancakes, Easter Bunny pictures, and supporting an important cause, our local students.
about 1 month ago, Brad Lanier
Congratulations to our 7th Grade Boys Basketball team on winning the County Championship Tournament over Warren! We are really proud of your hard work and commitment to working together as a team. Way to go, Wildcats!
about 2 months ago, Brad Lanier
Please talk to your children! Below is a news release from Governor DeWine yesterday that Luke Keiderling has asked me to share. Please review it and take a few minutes to talk to your children! Governor DeWine Calls for Quick Action on Intoxicating Hemp January 17, 2024 (COLUMBUS, Ohio)β€” Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today encouraged the Ohio General Assembly to work quickly to regulate intoxicating hemp to prevent its sale to children. Rogue chemists are modifying hemp, which is a legal, non-intoxicating plant, to extract a compound (Delta 8 THC) that causes a high similar to marijuana. The intoxicating hemp is being marketed in stores across Ohio as candy, cereal, gummy candy, and other products that are attractive to children. Because intoxicating hemp products are not currently regulated, Ohio law does not prevent its sale to children. "The current loophole that allows these dangerous products to be sold to children needs to be closed as soon as possible. Right now, Senator Steve Huffman is working on a bill to address this, and once it is introduced, I encourage members of the Ohio General Assembly to act quickly to pass it," said Governor DeWine. "These products are marketed to kids and are made to look like their favorite candy and treats. With no regulation and wide availability, it is all too easy for kids to get them." THC Candies According to data from the Ohio Poison Control Center, there have been at least 257 reports of Delta 8 poisoning in Ohio over the last three years. In 2023 alone, there were 102 reported poisonings, including 40 involving children under the age of six. Ninety percent of these children required emergency care or were hospitalized after ingesting the intoxicating hemp. According to Dr. Gary Wenk, emeritus professor of behavioral neuroscience at The Ohio State University and The Ohio State University Medical Center, Delta 8 products can have significant impacts on young, developing brains. "Children have difficulty paying attention in class; they become emotionally unstable; they have difficulting learning things; they stop attending classes; they start acting out at home. The parents know something is wrong, but if (their child) is just eating 'cereal' in their bedroom, it's easy for them to hide," said Dr. Wenk. "That's why this is a crisis, it's because it is a perfectly legal compound that does a great deal of well-documented harm." By regulating intoxicating hemp, Delta 8 products would be sold with restrictions similar to Ohio's new recreational marijuana laws that require products to only be sold by licensed retailers to those 21 years old or older. Regulation would also prevent flashy advertising and packaging that attracts children. To demonstrate how easily youth can purchase intoxicating hemp, Ohio Department of Public Safety Director Andy Wilson asked two 15-year-old children to purchase Delta 8 gummy candy at a gas station in Clark County. "Their instructions were not to be tricky and not to try to act older than they were. There was no doubt in looking at them that they were clearly underage," said Director Wilson. "In under 10 minutes and within three miles of their high school, the kids walked into a BP gas station and purchased THC gummies with no questions asked." Under current law, both the purchase and sale of the item were legal. Until intoxicating hemp products are regulated, Governor DeWine encourages retailers to remove these items from their shelves to prevent harm to children.
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Wolf Creek Local Schools will be closed for Friday January 19, 2023
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Wolf Creek Local Schools will be closed Wednesday January 17th
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Wolf Creek Local Schools will be closed for Wednesday January 17th
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Wolf Creek Local Schools is closed for Tuesday January 16, 2024.
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
High School Class meeting are cancelled for tomorrow.
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Wolf Creek Local Schools is on a 2 hour delay for Tuesday January 16, 2024.
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Wolf Creek Local Schools is on a 2 hour delay for January 9, 2024.
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
The fire alarm at the elementary was set off by a light ballast. Students was evacuated. The issue was cleared by the Beverly Fire Department and students have returned to class. Thank you to all who helped resolve this issue.
3 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
Reminder that Christmas Break will begin on Thursday with a 2 Hour Early Dismissal. Students will return to school on Wednesday January 3rd. There will not be an early dismissal in January. Enjoy your break with family and friends.
4 months ago, Suellen Coleman
Dear Wolf Creek Local Schools Community, Over the course of the last 24 hours, school districts across Ohio have received email threats that state and local law enforcement have determined not credible. Wolf Creek Local School District has not received any of the emails. However, Brody and SRO Deputy Harlow have checked both of our buildings today. We will continue to monitor this situation and work with the Washington County Sheriff’s office. Sincerely, Douglas A. Baldwin, Superintendent Wolf Creek Local Schools
4 months ago, Douglas A. Baldwin
We want to wish everyone in our Wildcat Family a Happy Thanksgiving Break! Students are off from Wednesday, November 22nd through Monday, November 27th. We will see you again on the 28th!
5 months ago, Brad Lanier