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May Athletic Rising Star

Brandon has been a consistent and key contributor to the Norwood Track and Field team all season!  His efforts have not gone unnoticed by his coaches either.  The week of April 22nd he was nominated for the Miami Valley Conference Student-Athlete of the Week for his performance at the Deer Park Invitational Track Meet.

May Rising Star Students

At the May 16th Board of Education meeting, Board Members and Superintendent Ronan proudly honored May's Rising Star Students.  Pictured (lt to rt)  Aidan Bell, Qumar Hardy-Rashid, Anderson Alsip, Aliyah Winkler, Kalina Gallardo, Kane Carter.  Not pictured Brandon Williamson. Congratulations!


Rick Robisch encompasses what it means to be a dedicated educator. Rick is an Alumnus of Norwood High School Class of 1980.  He returned as a teacher to the high school in August 1994 and has taught Social Studies for the past 30 years. Rick also has served as Class Advisor, Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator, Student Store Advisor and Coach.  His coaching experience was in Football, Tennis and Wrestling where he coached Wrestling for 20 years with 19 of those years as Head coach.


April Rising Stars

At the April 19th Board of Education meeting, Board Members along with Superintendent Ronan proudly honored April's Rising Stars. Pictured (lt to rt)

Whitney Campbell, Izabella Segal, Briana Garcia, Salem Shaw Elise Giua, Emery Schott.  Not pictured Liahna Humphrey, Rico Mitchell and Noah Davis.  Congratulations!

District Staff Rising Star Whitney Campbell

This month’s staff rising star is Norwood View’s administrative assistant, Whitney Campbell! This is Whitney’s 4th year at the position at View and 8th overall in the district. Day in and day out, Whitney goes above and beyond her daily duties. Whitney works tirelessly to support our students and families in any way possible.  Last school year, our number one goal was to build up our PTO. Whitney stepped up to be Vice President of our PTO. Since then, she has worked tirelessly to help support our staff and students with PTO funds and events

April Creative Arts Rising Star Izabella Segal

Izabella is an exceptional student who truly stands out for her dedication, creativity, and strong work ethic. Her caring and hardworking nature is evident in the way she approaches her academics and extracurricular activities. Izabella often goes above and beyond by staying after school to revise and improve her work and ensure that it is of the highest quality.

April Athletic Rising Star

On March 30th, Noah threw a no-hitter in an 11-0 victory at Trotwood-Madison to open the season for the Norwood Varsity Baseball team. In addition to his no-hitter, Noah went 3-3 at the plate, with 3 runs batted in. Noah's big performance comes as no surprise as he has been a member of the Varsity Baseball team since his freshman year and has been a key contributor.

Sharpsburg Elementary News

The end of the school year is a period marked by a flurry of activities and testing, bringing a mix of anticipation and anxiety for students and educators alike. As State Testing and the end of the school year loom, both teachers and students ramp up their efforts, making the most of the remaining time to ensure the year ends on a high note.

Testing, in particular, becomes a focal point. Standardized tests, classroom assessments, and project deadlines create a challenging environment where time management, study skills, and stress management become crucial. Educators play a significant role in preparing their students, offering review sessions and moral support.

District Staff Rising Star Laurie Davis

Laurie has been a wonderful addition to The Norwood Montessori School. She continues to provide her kindergarten students with authentic learning opportunities through literature, writing, practical life, sensorial, and cultural lessons along with lab work using hands-on materials such as a moveable alphabet, and bead counting for place value extensions.

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.