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The play CLUE November 2022
Williams Spring Carnival
Go Fish at Carnival
Family Celebrates Scholarship Award
Field Trip to Parky's Farm
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November Rising Star Staff Tammy Guy

This month’s Rising Star Staff is a proud 1977 Norwood graduate. She has dedicated over 25 years in the service of the district and the Norwood community. Hired as the Norwood High School health aide in 1997, she later became the middle school secretary in 2019 and currently serves as the secretary at Williams Avenue Elementary.

November Rising Star Athlete London Smith

London is a multiple sport athlete(currently Varsity Volleyball and Varsity Basketball). She has already been named MVC Student-Athlete of the Week for her efforts on the volleyball court.

November Rising Stars

At November's board meeting the Board Members and Superintendent Ronan proudly honored November's Rising Stars.  Pictured (lt to rt) 1st row, Evan Heppard, Josephine Alvarez-Despard, Josh Cole.  2nd row, Tammy Guy, London Smith, Rebecca Canada and Lliam Godsey.  Missing from the picture Miguel Cruz

norwood view

The year has gotten off to a great start here at Norwood View Elementary! The building has been alive with excitement from students and staff. Student are enjoying a school year that many have never seen before because of the restrictions over the past few years. To keep this excitement going, we have worked to create a student led approach and allow our older students a chance to be real building leaders.

One practice we have implemented to create this student led approach is to have announcements completed by students. Different groups of students have rotated through every few weeks to come to the office each morning so they can read our daily announcements. It has become something that our fifth graders look forward to very much and has been a great incentive for them to work towards. Our goal is to create as much responsibility for our fifth grader to help build maturity as they work throughout the year.

Sharpsburg First Grade Student 21_22

Mrs. Eads and her class were in the news this weekend! Check out the Sunday Edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer.

Also, here are video clips asking, "What was your favorite part of first grade?"

One answer: "We always have some kindness in our hearts. We get to learn so much. And I very much like my teacher."

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.