School year began with a tremendous amount of excitement from Norwalk’s athletic fields to its classrooms.
Pleasant Elementary staff praised for being named 2018 High Progress School of Honor.
Norwalk Middle School principal and students share their thoughts on the “great” program.
Accidents happened within about 3 hours of each other.
Both taken to FTMC by ambulance
Grants divided among 9 local schools for various technology and science programs.
“Blizzard bags” no longer are being used in Norwalk City Schools.
Board members accepted $18,000 donation from Firelands Federal Credit Union for new chairs in the Fisher-Titus Learning Center at NHS.
Highest priorities for committee members are visitors bleachers and the turf/field condition.
“We build our mental capacities when we are alone with our thoughts, exploring and figuring out what to do.”
Janitor and overnight staff members sanitized desks, keyboards and doorknobs at the Norwalk school.
Technology director wants all NHS students to “bring your own device” using a “virtual server.”
“It does mean we won’t be on the ballot for 10 years,” district treasurer Joyce Dupont said.
Emergency operating levy passed by 60 percent in Tuesday's election.
“A renewal doesn’t increase property taxes,” the district treasurer says.