Norwood students Preschool-12 can return full time beginning the first day of the 4th quarter. This primarily affects the A/B students who will be able to attend Monday through Friday beginning March 22.  Preschool students will return to their typical 4 days per week schedule (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday).  Anyone who is currently virtual may remain in the virtual learning program through the end of the school year. Our staff will receive their second round of vaccinations at the beginning of March, and it takes a couple of weeks to take effect. We will continue safety protocols like wearing masks, continuously cleaning, and social distancing. The Data Assessment Risk Team (DART) will continue to meet weekly to monitor the district and Norwood numbers closely.

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February Rising Star Delvin Nolasco DeLeon

The fifth grade team at Norwood View proudly nominates Delvin Nolasco as our Rising Star Student for the month of February.  Delvin has shown great leadership and dedication to his academic achievement since the very first day of school. He is a student who always completes his virtual assignments at home and is the first to join our Google Meets. He is eager to learn, never complains and always gets straight to work on any task laid out for him.
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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.  This is also the schedule that will be used daily if schools are closed due to COVID-19.
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