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New Riegel Local Schools

Quality Education in a Small School Setting

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Congratulations to the class of 2023!  You have accomplished much in your high school years.  We wish you the best in your future endeavors.  I hope that after you have had an opportunity to broaden your horizons through, college, military or work experience that you will return to New Riegel and become the leaders of the community.  It is our sincere hope that we have played a small part in preparing you for the challenges that life will present to you.  Remember you are always welcome in these halls.  We are very proud of each and every one of you!

I would like to recognize the following staff who hit milestones of years worked at New Riegel Local Schools this year.   Congratulations to the follow staff:
10 Years – Traci Elchert, Melissa Napierata, Mark Theis, Jacquie Wise
15 Years – Larry Gillig, Michelle Williams
20 Years – Amy Bouillon, Lynsey Tilse
25 Years – Diane Clouse, John Groth, Janice Schreiner

At the May board meeting the Board of Education approved the five-year forecast.  This financial projection outlines revenues and expenses for the next five years.  It is a snapshot of the future of our District’s financial state using the information we know today.  When reading the five-year forecast, it is very important to read the assumptions.  You may view the forecast by going to the school homepage, clicking on treasurer’s page, click financial information and then follow the links from there.

We have a number of projects being completed this summer around the building and facilities to upgrade our systems including installation of access controls on our doors, installation of window film on all glass in the building, updating our sound system in the JH gym and installation of alert buttons in our classrooms.  All of these have been funded by the OFCC safety and security grant we received earlier this year.  

New Riegel School continues to provide “Quality Education in a Small School Setting”.
Have a Wonderful Summer!

Mr. Rombach