Hello Norwood Families, We have an update for you regarding the vaccination process for NCSD staff. Good news: 88% of teachers were able to receive the first dose in February as part of Governor DeWine’s Vaccination Plan Phase 1B. That percentage is higher than many healthcare facilities at this time. The next dose will be administered March 3. We noticed after the first round that about 23 people did not feel well the next day. The health department shared it is even more likely that adults may not feel well the day after the second dose as the body builds immunity to the virus.
Posted Tuesday, February 23, 2021
On Sunday, February 21st, Lizbeth Banderas (Senior) wrestled at the OHSWCA State Championships at Hilliard Davidson High School. After finishing 2nd at the District Meet last weekend, Lizbeth entered the State Meet with 15 other girls wrestlers in her weight class. She got started right off the bat with a 5-0 win followed by a pin in 2:19 in the semifinals. In the semis, Lizbeth battled to a close, 3-2 win to earn a chance at a State Championship!
Posted Monday, February 22, 2021
At the February 19th Board of Education meeting the Board and Superintendent Ronan proudly honored February Rising Star Students and District Aide. Norwood High School, Luz Michel Gavarrete, Norwood Middle School, Rose Rettig, Sharpsburg Elementary and Primary, Griffin Lillard, Norwood View, Delvin Nolasco DeLeon, Williams Avenue Elementary, Harper Chirumbolo, Norwood Virtual Program, I'yonna Hunter and District Aide Darlene Burns. Congratulations!
Posted Friday, February 19, 2021
We are so grateful to have Mrs. Darlene Burns as a student aide at Norwood View. Her dedication to the staff and students at the View is evident as soon as she walks in the building each day. Mrs. Burns is empathetic to both staff and students. She is genuinely concerned about the wellbeing of everyone at Norwood View.
Norwood Virtual Academy is proud to announce our February Rising Star is 5th grader, I’yonna Hunter. I’yonna consistently demonstrates the hard work and dedication needed to be a successful virtual learner. She spends hours every day completing assignments, attends ALL group google meets with her 5th grade teacher and her special area teachers and checks in daily with her teacher to get help with assignments and see what she can do to bring her grade up.
Luz Michele Gavarrete is a Rising Star because she gives over 100% everyday. Luz comes to school every day and extends her day to continue her studies and to get help from Mrs. Rosiello. All of this is voluntary so that she can complete her courses and graduate by the end of the year. Mr. Schulte will tell you that Luz is the most driven student he has ever had! She has completed more courses for him than any student in his tenure.