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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NHS Classroom 2020
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The Super Students doing Incredible things!!
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Our superhero friends are off to have an incredible time learning through play.
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The Orchestra, Band and Silhouettes performed at the October Board of Education Meeting.
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Ohio Teacher of the Year 2020 Leila Kubesch
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Latest News

Ohio Teacher of the Year Leila Kubesch teaches cooking lessons with special guest

Ohio Department of Education Superintendent, Paolo DeMaria made a special trip to NCSD to participate in Leila Kubesch "Chow & Tell" cooking class. More +

Norwood City School District Rising Star Students for April

Norwood Board of Education and Superintendent Ronan honored our April Rising Star Students at the April 15th board meeting they are:Mixxy Diaz Romero (Norwood High School), Nina Mackenzie (Norwood Middle School), Skylar Mullins (Sharpsburg Elementary), Marely Silva-Martinez (Norwood View Elementary), Isabel Ho (Williams Avenue Elementary) and Malaya French (Norwood Virtual Program.Congratulations to all.

Norwood Virtual Program April Rising Star Student Malaya French

It is an honor and privilege to know and teach such an amazing young woman like Malaya French.  Malaya is an 8th grader who is part of our on-line program. She is truly dedicated to her education.  She goes above and beyond in all she does. Her outstanding grades and her diligence in completing work not just on time but usually ahead of time are due to her self-motivation and outstanding work ethic. More +

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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