Here are the students chosen to be a part of the 2014 Homecoming Court:
Top Row: Zach Meggitt, junior; Lane Bishop, senior; Christian Richmond, senior; Nathan Flores, senior; Taylor Bishop, sophomore; Julian Hagemyer, freshman
Bottom Row: Cheyenne Hernandez, junior; Mariah Archer, senior; Maddie Ray, senior; Morgan Okuley, senior; Cassidy Hiser, sophomore; Makenna Ray, freshman
Makenna Ray is the daughter of Jeremy and Chris Ray. Makenna plays volleyball, basketball, and softball for NBHS. Her hobbies are babysitting, shopping, and hanging out with friends.
Julian Hagemyer is the son of Joey and Kristin Hagemyer. Julian is a member of the golf and basketball team for NBHS. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Cassidy Hiser is the daughter of Julie and Gary Hiser. Cassidy plays volleyball and basketball, and also runs track for North Baltimore. She plays in the band and is a member of student council.
Taylor Bishop is the son of Ryan and Karen Bishop. He plays football and is a member of the track team here at North Baltimore. For fun, he likes to spend time with family and play sports. Taylor currently attends Penta Career Center.
Cheyenne Hernandez is the daughter of Frankie and Pat Hernandez. She participates in softball here at NBHS and travel softball for SGS magic. She is also a member of student council and National Honor Society. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends in her free time.
Zach Meggitt is the son of Jen and David Meggitt. He plays football, baseball, and wrestles here at North Baltimore. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Mariah Archer is the daughter of Matt and Tammy Archer. She is the volleyball manager for our NBHS team, as well as a member of student council. In her free time she loves hanging out with friends and family. She is also as active as she can be and enjoys working out. Upon graduation, Mariah would love to go to a four year college, either BGSU or The University of Cincinnati.
Lane Bishop is the son of Ryan and Karen Bishop. At North Baltimore, he is a part of the football, basketball, and track team. He is also the senior class president and a member of student council. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and spending time with friends. In the future, he plans to attend college with an undecided major at this time.
Morgan Okuley is the daughter of Jeff and Rhonda Okuley. Here at NBHS, she plays for the volleyball and basketball team, and throws shot and discus for the track team. Morgan is also a member of student council and National Honor Society. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family. Upon graduation, she hopes to attend The University of Akron to major in nursing.
Nathan Flores is the son of Hank and Miriam Flores. Nathan is a member of the varsity cross country and track teams, a squad leader in the marching band, a member of the Quiz Bowl team, and historian for Paws for the Cause. Nathan is also a member of National Honor Society and the Tri-M music honor society. Outside of school, he enjoys running and reading to the elderly. Nathan plans to attend college and major in nursing.
Maddie Ray is the daughter of Jeremy and Chris Ray. Maddie is a member of the volleyball, basketball, and softball teams here at NBHS, as well as student council and NHS. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her boyfriend, Cody. After graduation, she plans to attend Bowling Green State University but is currently undecided about her major.
Christian Richmond is the son of David Richmond and Michelle Fleckner. He is a member of the football, basketball, and track team. Christian was voted in as senior class secretary and is also a member of student council and National Honor Society. Outside of school, he works for Coldstone and Tim Horton’s. In his spare time, he likes to sit around and play video games, as well as hang out with friends and family. Christian has not yet decided on a college, but wants to explore the engineering field after high school.
2013 Queen and King:
Last year's Queen, Chelsea Stewart, is the daughter of Marcie and Jim Stewart. Chelsea attends Lourdes University as a nursing major.
The 2013 King, Zach Stewart, is the son of John and Dee Stewart. Zach has kept busy after high school, and he has recently started a new job with Vaugn’s Interior Line Crew as a lineman.
Prince and Princess: Kindergarten Attendants (photo not yet made available):
Raelynn Smith is the daughter of Brittany and Kenny Smith. She is in Mrs. Martorana’s class. She has two siblings named McKenna and Aubryn. Her favorite color is pink, and she likes to play with her toys in her free time. When she grows up, she wants to be a real princess.
Ryder Walter is the son of Jill Berry and Phil Walter. He is in Mrs. Kiner’s class. He has a twin brother, Trevor, and a big brother, Brody, that he enjoys playing with at home. He also enjoys playing with his Nintendo DS, reading books, and spending time with his huskie, Jameson.
The annual powder puff game was last night, Tuesday, October 14th at 7 p.m. at the football field.
The bonfire will be held at the football field this year following the girls’ sectional volleyball game against Van Buren on Thursday, October 16th. The game is home, so come support them and attend the bonfire after!
Annual Homecoming Parade lineup will be Friday, October 17th at 4:45, in front of Powell Elementary, with step-off at 5:30. Come out and support your NB Tigers and court!
The Homecoming dance will be held on October 18th from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the auditeria. All students 9-12 grade are encouraged to attend. Cost is $5 and tickets can be purchased at the door. Please wear your formal attire.
North Baltimore Homecoming:
October 13th through October 18th
The theme for the 2014 Fall Homecoming is City Lights. Each grade has a different city to use to decorate floats and walls.
Seniors have Las Vegas; juniors have NYC; sophomores have LA; freshmen chose Chicago; 8th grade was assigned Miami, and 7th grade has Seattle.
Spirit Days will start on Monday, October 13th with Pajama day.
On Tuesday, students and staff will dress up for Country Bumpkin Day.
For Wednesday, NB will have Wig Wednesday, with everyone sporting crazy hair/hats.
On Thursday, they are asked to dress as their favorite decade for Throwback Thursday.
Then as usual, the week will end with Tiger Spirit Day on Friday as the school shows their spirit in hopes that the Tigers defeat Pandora Gilboa.
Also during this week each class, 7th through 12th grade, will participate in The Battle of the Classes by doing different activities such as tug of war during the pep rally.