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POT OF GOLD?

Welcome to Norwood City School District

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Nominate Teacher of the Year

Please nominate a teacher who has meant a lot to you.

Characteristics to be considered should include but are not limited to:
• Demonstrated high commitment to student achievement
• Has the ability to challenge students at all levels
• Is someone who extends him or herself to make a positive difference
• Continues to improve and grow professionally
• Demonstrates innovation and best practices

All nominations will be reviewed and one nominee will be selected to represent the district.  The district representative will be honored at the HCESC 2023 Celebrate Excellence breakfast, wiil be recognized by the Board of Education at the May board meeting and also at the District 2023 - 2024 Opening Celebration.

Nominations are due by Monday, March 6, 2023 by 3:00 P.M.

Click this link to submit.

Anthony Dinwiddie

Anthony has become a star in his role on the Norwood Varsity Basketball team as a defensive specialist! He makes sound plays throughout the game and he is the "glue guy" who holds the team together.

January Rising Stars

At the January 19th Board of Education meeting Board Members along with Superintendent Ronan proudly honored our Rising Stars. They are 1st row (lt to rt) Gladys Stewart, Finley More, Carter Simpson, Paige Carter, Reed Heberling. 2nd row (lt to rt) Diane Prather, Alicia Rosselot, Anthony Dinwiddie,and Riley Hanauer.  Not pictured Aaliyah Reynolds.  Congratulations! 

Our mission

The Norwood City Schools within a safe, healthful environment, shall meet the educational potential of all students in order that students are academically prepared to successfully:

attain competency in preK - 12 academic areas

utilize analytic thinking and problem-solving skills which allow adjustment to a changing world

enter a post high school educational program, trade, and/or begin a career

develop a positive work ethic and an appreciation of a diverse society.