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March Rising Star Jessy Stewart March Rising Star Jessy Stewart
Jessy Stewart is a Norwood View Rising Star for the month of March. He is a 6th grade student in Mrs. Gregg’s room. Jessy is a leader in our classroom. He is responsible, respectful and goes above and beyond to be a Rising Star every day. Jessy is kind to his peers and always leads by example. He comes to school ready to work and takes pride in his accomplishments. 
March Rising Star Senia Gulley March Rising Star Senia Gulley
Senia Gulley is a bright shining star in Mrs. Brown’s Super 2nd Grade class. Every morning she greets her teacher with a humongous smile and a positive outlook toward the day. Senia is always willing to help her classmates and teachers when needed. She does her best to be a problem solver and continues to build peace in the classroom.  
Q102 VISITS 6TH GRADE Q102 VISITS 6TH GRADE
http://www.wkrq.com/2017/03/10/snack-time-with-tim-st-patricks-fun-with-norwood-view-elementary/ 

To see photo gallery -http://www.norwoodschools.org/Q102.asp                                                            For the past several years, the 6th and 1st graders at View have joined together as Buddies.  We try to meet once a month to work on an activity in class or simply read together.  It's amazing how excited the kids are to visit each other.  We recently contacted Q102's Tim Timmerman on the Morning Show and invited him to come in for his "Snack Time with Tim" segment.  He interviewed the kids and asked them about St. Patrick's Day.  Their responses were adorable.   
 
POETRY COFFEE HOUSE POETRY COFFEE HOUSE
Norwood View Second Grade held their annual Poetry Coffee House on Friday, February 10th.  Students picked a poem to recite.  Some students took it upon themselves to memorize their poem, while others presented their poem using props.  We wish to thank all parents, family and friends attending this special event.  See photo gallery http://www.norwoodschools.org/PoetryCoffeeHouse2017.aspx





 
VETERAN'S DAY 2016 VETERAN'S DAY 2016

Norwood View had the honor of hosting over 30 Veterans for our Sixth Annual Veteran’s Day Celebration. This year’s very special Guest Speaker was Keith Maupin, father of Army Staff Sgt. Matt Maupin, and founder of the Yellow Ribbon Support Center. Our students collected many items for those serving our country  and also collected over $1,000 for the Yellow Ribbon Support Center. We’d like to express our appreciation to all for making this such a meaningful day at Norwood View.  Photo Gallery- http://www.norwoodschools.org/VeteransDay2016.aspx

 
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
Superintendent
Norwood City School District
 
2016 Greater Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame Inductees 2016 Greater Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame Inductees

On October 6th, six of our fourth graders at Norwood View Elementary had the opportunity to perform a skit honoring this year’s 2016 Greater Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame Inductees. Each student represented an inductee or business that was being recognized that night. Students practiced for several weeks before the event with Junior Achievement’s Kym McGee. The performance and banquet took place at Xavier University’s Cintas Center. We are very proud of Rigoberto Aleman-Rodriguez, Lacey Brown, Issiah Current, Lillian DaVault, Charlie O’Connor, and Luke Orza for doing an amazing job representing the Norwood City School District!
See photo gallery: http://www.norwoodschools.org/16GCBusHofFame.aspx
 

 
DONUTS WITH DAD

A big thank you to Norwood View's PTA for sponsoring our annual Donuts with Dad event on Oct 13th & Oct 14th. Having dad, or another adult male role model, visit for breakfast is such an exciting event for the students. Thanks to all that participated! Be sure to watch for Muffins with Mom later in the school year.

See photos:  http://www.norwoodschools.org/DonutswithDad2016.aspx


 
DONUTS WITH COPS 2016 DONUTS WITH COPS 2016

We would like to thank the Norwood Police Department for visiting with View students on Friday, September 30.  #Norwood Strong


 See Photos http://www.norwoodschools.org/DonutswithCops2016.aspx

 
SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST FOR GRADES K-6
2016-17 Elementary Supply List GRADES l-6.pdf 
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