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THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We would like to thank everyone who went to the polls on November 8th and spoke loudly through your vote to support the children of Norwood through the passage of Issue #47. Thank you for your support, your trust in the district and care for our children! Our first renovation projects will begin as soon as the school year ends. We will have weekly updates on the district web page beginning in June 2017!

Rob Amodio
Norwood City School District

During Mr. Ruoff English Class the students skyped with author Dan Gemeinhart.

The Academic team is celebrating its 3rd consecutive SBAAC league championship. The team is lead by senior co-captains Kevin English and Nick Giesman. The team will compete in the state championship April 16 at Lakota West Freshman School.

  Norwood Board of Education proudly honored the students at the March 17th board meeting.  Pictured with board members and Mr. Amodio are (front row L-R) Ashlyn Stephens, Sara K. Lowery, Bailey Bamonte, Jennifer Sepluveda. (second row L-R) Grayson Craig, Stephanie Robbins, Nicholas Giesman, Kevin English and Coach Brad Hunt.  Missing from the picture are Michael Roessler, Dallas Lamping, Emma Bryant, Pressley Riggs and Jonathan Arthur.

State Champion Qualifing Wrestlers Casey Ragle and Trevon Ward

Sophomore Casey Ragle and Senior Trevon Ward ended their wrestling season at the OHSAA state tournament on March 5th. Only 16 wrestlers per weight class in the state earn the right to wrestle at the Ohio State University's Schottenstein Center. Trevon Ward will be continuing his education at Wilmington College where he plans to run track. Casey Ragle looks to continue to build his wrestling legacy at the NHSCA Nationals in Virginia Beach April 1st-3rd. The Board of Education proudly honored Casey Ragle and Trevon Ward at the March 17th board meeting.

On Saturday, March 5th, your NHS Silhouettes took the stage once again at Teays Valley Classic, which was host to some of the strongest competition choirs in the state. This was the third stop on their competition circuit this season. Senior Hannah Mallon took home Best Female Soloist overall, and the group was awarded 7RU on the day. The group continues to make great strides in returning to a competitive force, awarded 4RU at Hamilton/Harrison "HH" on February 20th. Best Performer Awards in the group have gone to Seniors Natalia Rosiles and Melissa Davalos, and Freshman Dakota Walters. The Silhouettes - in their first year of full competition - are making a strong statement in a division dominated by 15-20 year tenured programs. On March 19th, the Silhouettes will travel to Sheridan High School for their final competition of the season, where they will be eyeing a divisional championship to take back home to Norwood. Congratulations on a very successful debut and season so far!



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