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2020 BEST COMMUNITIES for MUSIC EDUCATION!
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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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One of our MANY Incredible students
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Norwood Day Parade 2019
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Congratulations Class of 2019
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The Orchestra, Band and Silhouettes performed at the October Board of Education Meeting.
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Highlights

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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Back to School: Timeline of Changes from one Level to Another

Hamilton County Level changed from red to orange but we will continue to start school with a blended (AB days) schedule.  Per our Board approved Back to School Plan:Once the district is in a specific level (I.E. red), the district will stay at that level for one month from the date the level change was made by the Governor in reference to Hamilton County (if moving to a lower risk level).  The change happens immediately if the level becomes more severe, (i.e. red to purple).  For example, it would take on month to revert back to orange from a red situation.  However, if moving from red to purple, the change is immediate.  If you have any questions please call the board office at 924-2500

UPDATED BACK TO SCHOOL PLAN - AUGUST 4, 2020

On August 4th, Governor DeWine announced that students K-12 grades will be required to wear a face covering.  Our Back to School Plan has been updated to reflect the change. More +

PARENT SURVEY RESULTS

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Letter from Superintendent Mary Ronan

June 2020   Dear Norwood City School District Staff, The year 2020 has been a challenge for each of us. When we finished school for the summer we felt like we could stop and catch our breath for a moment. But that isn’t the case. It is difficult to find the right words to share at this time with all of you. People are hurting and fearful across the nation. Although we are not certain about everything that will come in the future, I wanted you to each know that I care about you as staff members. I also care about the work that you do and the support you give to the Norwood community. Thank you to all staff who assisted in the planning of our new virtual summer enrichment program to prevent the summer slide in learning. Please encourage students to attend. We have seats at middle school and high school still open. I know that sometimes families reach out to you in the summer for resources and support and I have added a toolkit resource here for you to review and share about the events happening in the country. Please click the link- Parent Toolkit: How to Talk to Kids About Race and Racism More +
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