NORTHRIDGE HALLOF FAME
Good news for students and members of the Northridge
community. The idea for a Northridge Hall of Fame became a reality after many years of talk and discussion. A group of six
Northridge teachers established the framework for the Northridge Hall of Fame that annually recognizes people who have made
important contributions to our community, and who also serve as role models for the students of the Northridge School District.
The overriding factor in deciding the direction for the Hall of Fame was a generally agreed need to provide positive influences
for our students to observe and to interact with when possible. Upon this basic premise the committee will seek, with help
from the public, individuals to recognize annually in October. Anyone may be considered who might be willing to share his
or her experiences for success in life, and who meets our mission objective as described in the paragraphs that follow about
the Northridge Hall of Fame. If you have someone in mind, please take a few minutes to help us by completing a nomination
form that may be obtained from this website.
mission of the Northridge Hall of Fame Committee is to recognize Northridge alumni, residents, ex school employees, and business
people who have made a significant and distinguished contribution toward the beneficial growth of Northridge students or have
distinguished themselves in their chosen field of endeavor resulting in honor and recognition for themselves and/or the
The purpose of the Committee is to provide role models for Northridge students by publicly recognizing those individuals selected
for the Northridge Hall of Fame and, when practical, to provide opportunities for interaction between the inductees and the
Hall of Fame - WEBSITE
STEF (Sauer Tarzinski Education Fund) Contact
STEF is dedicated to education enrichment for students of the Northridge School System. STEF shall
engage in activities including, but not limited to the following:
A. Provide funding for teachers to enable students to use for educational field trips, guest speakers,
demonstrations, and assemblies for students and for any other purpose that may be of benefit for the education of the students
of Northridge Schools.
B. To receive contributions and donations of money or other property or services so that the purposes
of the Corporation may be carried out.
C. To do all things necessary or incidental to carry out the going purposes.
NORTHRIDGE OPTIMIST CLUB
PO Box 131211
Dayton, OH 45413
NORTHRIDGE POLAR BEAR FOUNDATION
Mission: Educating Today for Tomorrow’s Succes
What is the Northridge Polar Bear Foundation?
In April, 2007, retired Northridge High School teacher, Charles
Barker and his wife Margaret, donated $7,500 as seed money for the establishment of the Northridge Polar Bear Foundation. This generous act by Mr. Barker was soon followed by an $8,000 donation by the Northridge
DVKH Optimist Club.
frequently lack information on how to channel our generosity and community spirit. That’s where the Polar Bear Foundation
can help. It is a tax-exempt, nonprofit, publicly supported foundation created to promote philanthropy. It encourages voluntary
giving by an individual or group to benefit the Northridge School District.
According to the articles of incorporation,
the purpose of the foundation is to accept and expend funds and to award grants for educational and curriculum enhancements
for grades K-12. While the Northridge Polar Bear Foundation is controlled by a board of trustees, the oversight of its
operation and fund investment is provided by
The Dayton Foundation, which
has served our region since 1921. This partnership allows for local governance while profiting from resources pooled with
others for investment growth.
The Polar Bear Foundation is currently seeking contributions of all sizes to carry out
its mission. Many options exist including gifts of cash, stocks, bonds and other assets. Please contact us today by phone
at 937-225-996 to reach Lucy Baker, Donor Relations Officer, or e-mail Lucy at firstname.lastname@example.org to
make a contribution and reduce your tax burden.
Now is the time for Polar Bears past and present to once again show
their true Northridge Pride! Thank you in advance for your generosity.
NORTHRIDGE (DAYTON) KIWANIS
Since 1947 the Kiwanis have been dedicated to helping children around the world, one child at a
The Northridge Kiwanis meet
at George's Family Restaurant on North Dixie Drive at 6:15 PM the first, second, and third Thursday of each month. The last
Thursday of the month's meeting is held at the Northridge High School Conference Room. A Terrific Kid Award is presented to
one child. Everyone enjoys a hearty meal including the Terrific Kid's family.
The Kiwanis care about family, friends, school, and children.
Come to a meeting and share a meal with the Kiwanis. Guest
are always welcome.
For more information, contact Vaughn Beams at 937-233-1189.
Leave your name and telephone number; your call will be returned.
Click Here to visit their website.
DAVE HERRING SCHOLARSHIP FUND:
Northridge Local Schools, 2011
Timber Lane, Dayton, Ohio 45414, Phone : 937-278-2297, Fax : 937-276-8351
The Dave Herring Scholarship Fund can accept and expend funds for scholarship
programs administered by Northridge High School. The fund is managed by The Dayton Foundation, a well known
and respected non-profit organization. Consider The Dave Herring Scholarship Fund as you plan your charitable contributions.
Contributions and gifts to The Dave Herring Scholarship Fund are tax deductable.
END ZONE CLUB
This club is for all parents, friends
and community members that would like to help the football team with various activities. Our main activity right now is setting
up pre-game meals on Fridays after school. If anyone is willing to help contact Coach Smith at 275-7469 ext. #2218. There
are a Bear Booster Meetings right after the End Zone Club Meeting at 7:00 pm. This club is set-up to help all athletic teams
throughout the year.
Help support our athletes!