What's happening at Norwood

Norwood Board of Education proudly honored April Rising Star Students at the April 21st board meeting.  Pictured with board members and Mr. Amodio are: (front row lt to rt) Rita Alcantara,          Jason Vasquez-Almengor, Emily Anderson, Randalee Morgan (back row lt to rt) Alan Nolasco-Deleon, Vanessa Brewer, Destiny Rice, Haley Brewer, Hope Lautenschlager and Rachel Mills.  Not pictured are Austin Blankenship, Michael Wood, Lizbeth Banderas Rodriguez, Jacob Jackson and Marie Carter



Congratulations to JD Foust recipient of California Casualty Grant worth $1500.00.  

A huge congratulations to the staff and students of Norwood High School. U. S. News and World Report has named Norwood High School the 154th best high school in the State of Ohio. There are currently 890 high schools in the state so this is a tremendous accomplishment! The link below details this great news!

Job well done!

Donuts with Cops


 Williams Avenue Elementary annual Donuts with Cops took place on April 15th.  We would like to thank the Norwood Police Department for spending time and building relationships with our students and providing the Donuts. 

(Columbus, Ohio) (April 15, 2016). The Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators (OAESA) announced that Norwood Middle School in Norwood City School District has been selected as a 2016 Hall of Fame School. Principal Kathy Sabo and her staff will be presented with the award, including $1,000 to be used at the principal’s discretion. OAESA will recognize seven winners of the Hall of Fame Award during an Awards Luncheon to be held June 17, 2016, at the Hilton Columbus at Easton.

The Hall of Fame School Award recognizes schools that engage faculty, students and the community to provide a quality school experience. The school staff submitted an extensive application documenting the effectiveness of their educational program in several areas.

Hall of Fame Schools were chosen by two committees of OAESA members; one of which read and scored the applications and the other that conducted on-site evaluations of qualifying schools. Committee members wrote that, “The schools are the beating heart of the city of Norwood. Tradition and an uncommon pride is revealed as you speak to any community member. The message for student involvement is, ‘there is something for everyone.’ The building is safe, welcoming to the community and alumni and dedicated to individual student successes.”

Located in Columbus, the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators serves Ohio’s pre-K, elementary, middle level, and central office administrators by providing professional development, legal consultation, professional publications and networking opportunities.
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