Bucyrus summer food service program expands for 2019

The Bucyrus City Schools, in partnership with the USDA, is sponsoring the Bucyrus Summer Food Service Program this summer. The program has expanded to include breakfast and a new lunch serving site at First Presbyterian Church, located at 125 S. Poplar Street in Bucyrus. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided to children ages 1 to 18 through August 8, …

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2018-2019 Fourth Quarter Honor Rolls and Perfect Attendance

The Bucyrus City School District is pleased to announce the honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2018-2019 school year for the Bucyrus Secondary School and the honor roll and perfect attendance for the Bucyrus Elementary School. Follow the links below to download each building’s respective list. Congratulations to all the students, and their families, on this tremendous accomplishment! …

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Bucyrus board approves new administrative staff

The Bucyrus City School District Board of Education made two important personnel decisions during a special meeting at the Lincoln Administrative Center Monday, June 3. The board approved a three-year contract for Kimberly Radulovich as the new Bucyrus Secondary School Principal starting August 1. She joins the Redmen family after serving as High School Principal at Fredricktown since 2017. “I …

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Tough classwork nothing new for Bucyrus graduate

Sarah Lipscomb, a member of the Bucyrus High School Class of 2019, was no stranger to taking the toughest classes offered at BHS and jumped at the chance to enroll in the College Credit Plus program when presented with the opportunity. Sarah earned 23 college credit hours and will save her family $11,500 in tuition costs when she enrolls in …

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Bucyrus staff honored during annual recognition dinner

The Bucyrus City School District hosted its annual staff recognition dinner in the Bucyrus High School Commons May 22. The district honored an array of staff members for their years of care and commitment to the children of the Bucyrus community.  The 2018-2019 retirees, Janet Corns, Jay Dennison and Diane Kaple, take with them a total of 97 years of …

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Bucyrus gearing up for graduation Sunday

Bucyrus High School seniors are just days away from taking the next steps in their lives. The celebration of the Class of 2019 will begin with the Senior Academic Awards ceremony at 6:30 p.m. in the Alex Kish Memorial Gymnasium May 23. Following the Senior Awards activities, a student-led baccalaureate service will be held. The Senior Awards night is an …

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Family encourage BHS senior to pursue CCP program

Bucyrus High School senior Trinity James, a member of the Class of 2019, will enroll in the Nursing program at Marion Technical College ahead of the game thanks to encouragement from a family member. Trinity earned 21 college credits through the College Credit Plus program at Bucyrus High School and will save her family $10,500 in tuition costs when she …

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Bucyrus City Schools approves Tiffin-based NCOESC as the primary district service provider

To: Members of the MediaFrom: Bucyrus Board of Education, Dr. Paul Johnson, PresidentDate: May 8, 2019RE: For Immediate Release BUCYRUS CITY SCHOOLS APPROVES TIFFIN-BASED NCOESC AS THE PRIMARY DISTRICT SERVICE PROVIDER A decision by the Bucyrus City Board of Education to approve the procurement of services from the North Central Ohio Educational Service (NCOESC) has been an ongoing process with significant …

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Bucyrus hosting sports physicals for student-athletes May 20

The Bucyrus Athletic Department, in conjunction with the athletic departments from Wynford and Colonel Crawford, is holding sports physicals from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. May 20 at the Bucyrus Secondary School. Student-athletes interested in participating in the 2019-2020 sports season are encouraged to participate. Physicals, which will be performed by local physicians, nurses and other community helpers, will be given …

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