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NORWOOD CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
KATHERINE SABO PH.D., SUPERINTENDENT

Warm, safe, and dry. This was the promise of our levy approved by voters in November, 2016. Norwood City Schools are keeping focused on the budget and staying within the resources our taxpayers provided to achieve this promise.
Anyone who has been through a construction project knows first-hand the complications faced. Our school construction project is underway but the visible signs are not as apparent as the behind-the-scenes work.
Driving by our buildings you likely noticed the cleaning and sealing of all external masonry at the middle school and the elementary buildings. The cleaning and sealing was completed in October of this school year. By having this work done it will help keep moisture out and preserve the building’s beautiful exterior. If you have stopped by one of our schools or attended an event you will also have seen the enhanced security work underway to help protect our students and employees. Each building is being fitted with an added security window in most offices and security doors at the main entrances.

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NOVEMBER RISING STAR STUDENTS
Norwoood Board of Education proudly honored November Rising Star Students at the 
November 16th board meeting.  Pictured with Board Members and Mrs. Sabo are:
1st row (lt to rt)  Carina Miguel Robleros, Nicholas Lomboy, Kennedy Foster, Ella Sokolis
and Rhys Canan.  2nd row (lt to rt) jathan Taylor, Santiago Valero-Vasquez, Ian Davis, 
Jennifer Sepulveda, Maggie Westerbeck, Ryan Williams, Nathan Stamper, Kayla Schuler
and Julie Endsley. 
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TANNER STRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Norwood View Warriors are Tanner Strong!!!!!!!!!
 
TANNER STRONG!!!!!!!!!!!

Williams Wildcats are Tanner Strong
 
NHS MARCHING BAND
On Saturday, The 2017 Norwood High School Marching Band Competed for the first time at the Bishop Fenwick Band Competition. The band placed 2nd out of 7 bands in their class. They beat Holmes HS, Mason County HS, Bellevue HS, Mcnicholas HS, Bishop Fenwick HS and for the first time ever, Indian Hill HS. The band also was second in Color guard and first in Percussion. Congratulations! 
Upcoming Events
Dec
14
MS Boys Basketball vs. NCH (AWAY)
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Dec
14
MS Girls Basketball vs. NCH (HOME)
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Dec
15
Boys JV&V Basketball vs MVCA (AWAY)
Friday, December 15, 2017
Dec
15
Norwood View Holiday Craft Bazaar
Friday, December 15, 2017
Norwood Pride
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