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April Rising Star Mixxy Diaz Romero

Norwood High School is proud to recognize freshman Mixxy Diaz Romero as April’s Rising Star Award recipient.  Mixxy always puts forth great effort in all of her classes in order to learn as much as possible. Mixxy has a positive attitude and is always willing to help other students.
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Dear Norwood Families,
As winter approaches, snow and frigid temperatures will soon be upon us.  This brings the potential for school closings. Since we have already missed so much instructional time, this year we will be making an adjustment to the schedule, if needed. This will be different from the way we have done it in the past.  
Over the past several months, we have learned that students can learn virtually. Therefore, if we need to close the school buildings due to the weather or COVID-19 emergency, the plan moving forward is for students to follow a remote learning schedule.  Below is the schedule that your child should follow based on his/her grade (High School bell schedule – both A and B day students combined for remote learning days).  This is also the schedule that will be used daily if schools are closed due to COVID-19.
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