On October 13, 2017 the Norwood Distinguished Hall of Fame committee inducted four new members into the hall. The new inductees were: Larry Thacker – class of 1954, James Greensfelder class of 1957, Jacqueline Reynolds class of 1964 and Timothy Loudermilk class of 1977. The day time ceremony consisted of an assembly with high school students, tours of the middle school and high school, a stop at the Drake Planetarium, a catered lunch and a question and answer time with high school seniors. It was a great day for all who were involved!
Posted Friday, October 13, 2017
Williams Wildcats are Tanner Strong
Posted Friday, September 29, 2017
Norwood View Warriors are Tanner Strong!!!!!!!!!
After graduation Joe Johnson enlisted into the Marines. He successfully completed boot camp and he returned to Williams Avenue Elementary to share his experiences with Mrs. O'Connor's class. We are grateful for your service and time
Posted Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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!
Posted Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Norwood City Schools is proud to announce that our preschool programs at Sharpsburg Elementary and Williams Avenue Elementary have both been awarded a 5-Star Rating for meeting the quality standard established by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and the Ohio Department of Education. The 5-Star Award is the highest possible award. Step Up To Quality (SUTQ) is a five-star quality rating and improvement system created to recognize and promote early learning and development programs that meet quality standards over and above the health and safety licensing requirements. The preschool programs were awarded this rating on the following domains: Learning and Development; Administrative and Leadership Practices; Staff Qualifications and Professional Development; and Family and Community Partnerships. These program standards are based on national research identifying standards which lead to improved outcomes for children. Congratulations preschool teams!
Posted Monday, September 11, 2017