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North Fork School District News
North Fork Tested for Lead and Copper in Water
With recent reports of lead being found in Granville's water fountains, the district took a proactive approach and had our buildings tested. Through recent spot checks in each building, the reports are back from MASI Environmental Services with good news. In all of the areas tested, in each of our school buildings, our district is well below in copper and lead. We will continue to keep looking at the water supply and review on a regular basis to ensure none of these contaminants are in our water. 
New Immunization Requirements

   The State of Ohio has changed the immunization requirements for 7th and 12th grade students. These changes are in effect beginning with the 2016-2017 school year.

   Please contact your child's pediatrician or your local health department as soon as possible, as proof of these immunizations is required for school attendance, and an updated immunization record needs to be received by the school nurse by the first day of the 16/17 school year.

  7th grade: Tdap vaccine (to protect from Tetanus, Diphtheria & Pertussis) and Meningococcal vaccine (to protect from Meningitis)
  12th grade: Meningococcal vaccine (to protect from Meningitis)

   If student received a Meningitis vaccine before the age of 16 years, a second dose is required for school attendance in 12th grade. If student received the first dose of Meningitis vaccine at the age of 16 years or older, only one dose is required for school attendance in 12th grade.
   Please forward updated immunization records to school nurse, Jennifer Wygle, RN BSN. 

North Fork Children's Foundation Golf Outing Information
The North Fork Children's Foundation is sponsoring the 1st Annual Utica Alumni Friends & Supporters Golf Outing on Saturday, June 4, 2016 at The Links at Echo Springs. For more information, please check the following links. Golf Outing InformationAlumni Letter, Sponsor Request
Sixth Grade - Middle School
The North Fork Local Schools will be making some changes to the structure of the junior high. At the March North Fork Board of Education meeting, the board gave direction to move the sixth grade up to the junior high for the 2017-18 school year (not next year, but the year after) to make it a true middle school.  Professional development, preparing class schedules, and curriculum alignment will be taking place throughout the 2016-17 school year.  We will give you periodic updates on the progress throughout the next school year to help you stay informed. In the meantime, you can learn more about the middle school concept by clicking the link below.
Middle School Concept
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