The superintendent is responsible for the administration and management of the district schools in accordance with Board of Education policies, directives, and state and federal law.
Superintendent Bob Humble began his tenure with Sidney City in 2018. Prior to Sidney City Schools, he served in the same capacity at Fairbanks Local Schools for 10 years. Prior to serving as superintendent at Fairbanks Local Schools, he was employed with the Clearmont Northeastern Local Schools in Batavia, where he was a principal before becoming the director of personnel/curriculum. Humble has held a variety of jobs in the private sector as well, giving him a well-rounded wealth of knowledge and experience.
Humble received a Bachelor of Music degree in music education from Miami University in 1983. He received his Master of Education degree in education administration from the University of Cincinnati in 1997. He received post master’s training in education administration at Xavier University and holds a superintendent’s certificate for the state of Ohio.
Mr. Humble's wife, Wendy, is also a longtime educator and currently teaches at Sidney City School's Northwood Intermediate.
Hello Yellow Jackets!
We’re officially in summer mode! As I reflect, I can see this past school year was a good one.
Our state-qualifying athletes gave us a great reason to celebrate our Jacket Pride of individuals Josie Davis (wrestling), Keaton Fischer (bowling), Garrett Guinther (track), and Jarrett Payne (swimming). We saw outstanding academic achievement in Tatum Werntz being named one of 18 state winners of the American Legion Americanism & Government Test, which took her on an amazing trip to Washington, D.C. Our academia team took back the Shelby County title again. We saw outstanding achievement by students competing in Business Professionals of America. BPA members who placed in State: Brooklyn Koester, Grace Work-Steenrod, Ivan Spencer, and Parker Slaven. BPA members who placed in State and qualified for Nationals: Thomas Sibert, Ethan Weldy, Joshua Wise, and Danny Orr. Gilbert Quiantance qualified for nationals only.
Our music department saw its success in a very large musical that included students as young as 3rd grade! The concerts both in the winter and spring were some of the best I have heard, and the contest results in all areas were positive.
An expansion of Key Club into middle school with the addition of Builder’s Club allowed more students to serve in our community. These are just a few of the outstanding things that happened this school year.
Our administrative team and teachers will spend the summer preparing to make the 2023-2024 school year even better. Thank you to our families for their continued support.
Be sure to check out our Back-to-School Hub to get ready for the upcoming school year!
In Jacket Pride,
Bob Humble, Superintendent