Cardinal Schools News – Homecoming Week Celebrations & Report Notification


There was a different look and feel to Homecoming week this year at Cardinal High School. Even though some of the traditional after school activities like the bonfire and dance were cancelled – others like Spirit Week continued on! Scholars and staff members spent the week of October 26 participating in the various theme days Student Council members planned out for them. Theme days included pajama day, twin day, meme day, class color day/Senior Toga Day, and dress up day where those participating could wear homecoming formalwear or Halloween costumes. The week ended with the announcement of the Homecoming King and Queen, which this year is Cardell S. and Haylee H. Scholars were celebrated at school prior to the end of the day and they, along with all members of the Homecoming Court, were recognized prior to kickoff of the football game Friday, October 30. 

Cardinal High School students participate in pajama day during Spirit Week October 26. From left: Joey S., Melissa Z., Daisy R., Catherine W., Megan V., and Cardell S.



Cardinal High School staff members participate in Homecoming Week Spirit Days by donning their best Disney outfits as part of dress up day.


Cardinal High School Seniors Cardell S. and Haylee H. were selected as the 2020 Homecoming King and Queen.



The Cardinal Board of Education has received the Fiscal Year 2020 Unaudited General Purpose Financial Statement Compilation Report, prepared under the requirements of the Bureau of Inspection and Supervision of Public Offices (Auditor of State). This report is available in the Treasurer’s Office, 15982 E. High Street., P.O. Box 188, Middlefield, Ohio 44062 or on the District website, The final audited report will be available sometime in January 2021. For additional information, please contact Merry Lou Knuckles, Treasurer, during regular business hours at (440) 632-0261 or 

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