2020-2021 NCSD Teacher of the Year: Brooke Gregg
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Williams Avenue Elementary Graduates and Future Graduates
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Welcome to Norwood City School District!
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NOW ENROLLING 2021-2022 Preschool & Kindergarten call 924-2506 for information
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Liz Banderas GIRLS WRESTLING STATE CHAMPION
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NHS Classroom 2020
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2020 BEST COMMUNITIES for MUSIC EDUCATION!
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The Orchestra, Band and Silhouettes performed at the October Board of Education Meeting.
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NCSD DISTRICT NURSE KATHY STRASSER

Kathy Strasser has served as District Nurse for NCSD for the past 24 years and will be retiring after this school year.    Her dedication and kindness to us all (students & staff) is remarkable, especially this past year.   Your dedication to NCSD has been a true gift to us all. More +

May Norwood Virtual Program Rising Star Liliana Iannantuono

Norwood’s Virtual Program would like to recognize Liliana Iannantuono as our Rising Star student for the month of May. Her dedication to her studies and her work ethic led to her academic excellence. She received straight A’s all four quarters. Liliana’s school day started very early in the morning, and she often completed work well into the evening. More +

May Rising Star Students

At the May 20th Board of Education, Board Members along with Superintendent Ronan proudly honored May Rising Star Students.  They are:  Norwood High School, Ian Davis, Norwood Middle School, Briannah Howard, Sharpsburg, Everly Meza, Norwood View Elementary, George Orling, Williams Avenue Elementary, Gage Caudill and Norwood Virtual Program, Liliana Iannantuono.  Congratulations! 

Extended Learning Plans

During his Feb. 9, 2021, press conference, Governor DeWine asked schools and districts to work with their communities to help students advance and make up for any learning that may have been lost or delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. He requested that schools and districts design plans to meet the needs of students.  More +

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The Quality Profile provides our parents and community members another look at what our community values in our schools and provides some additional information in the areas of Academics, Arts, Student Leadership & Activities, Fiscal Stewardship, Parent & Community Involvement, Student Services, and Staff & District Recognitions.
 
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