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2017-18 District Report Card

The Department of Education released state report cards on Thursday, and Norton City Schools received an overall grade of B.  That overall grade was in the Top 36% of schools in the state of Ohio.  In addition, Norton City Schools met the Gifted Indicator, and we are one (1) of thirty eight (38) districts in the state to achieve that.  The report discusses our accomplishments and our areas needed for improvement, presents a comparison to the 2017 report card, and details how our district compared to the other 607 districts in the state.  Click here for additional Report Card information.

Levy Information

On November 6, the Norton City School District will have a half-of-one percent (.005) school district income tax on the ballot.  For information related to the income tax, please click here.

Feed My Starving Children Event

Norton City Schools will be supporting the school-community initiative of providing 1,000,000 meals over a 3 year period. Last year, we  supported Norton United (a joint effort between local churches, Norton City Schools, and the City of Norton) campaign of providing meals here (through over 100 blessings in a backpack each Friday), there (supporting local food drives), and everywhere (participating the FMSC event). Again this year, we are proud to support this community initiative! This is a great serving opportunity for kids in grades kindergarten and older to be part of a large community effort to provide meals around the world!

This year, the Norton United Mobile Packing Event will take place on Saturday, September 29th from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm at Norton Middle School.  Click here to register!

CHILD FIND

CHILD FIND
A Search for All Children with Disabilities Ages Birth through 21
Do you think your child may have a disability?  Please read the brochure attached! 
Click here for the full brochure 

SAFETY

Parents - Saftey is our #1 Goal here at Norton Primary!
Please note:
In an effort to make Norton City Schools the safest place possible for our children, your cooperation in observing the following procedure is vital to the safety of our children.  All parents and visitors entering Norton City Schools will now be required to show your driver's license or state identification card every time you sign your child out of the office.  We recognize and know most of you.  Please realize we are following District procedure, and anything to keep our students safe is a good thing.     

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEERSNOTE THE DATE CHANGE:  We are planning a volunteer training program with interested volunteers the morning and afternoon of Wednesday, September 12th.  

The time for the training will be 10:00-10:30 AM and 1:30-2:00 PM in the LRC.

If parents/guardians are not able to attend either of those times they can contact the office for an another appointment.  

2018/2019 Supply Lists & Forms Posted

Click here for 2018/2019 Supply Lists & Forms
When to Keep Your Child Home

When to Keep Your Child Home

Please keep your child home from school if....

My DynaCal

You can now create your own personalized calendar for Norton City Schools’ events. With this personalized calendar you can get alerts for changes to the calendar and changes in events. You can view our calendar on your mobile device by going to http://m.dynacal.com/nortonschool. For quick access you can add the URL to your home screen on your mobile device.  
Click the News Title link to create your own calendar!

Bricks for Turf - Norton Stadium Turf Project

The Norton Turf Committee and the Panther Parents Athletic Booster Club (PPABC) invite you to support the Norton Turf Project and "Bricks for Turf." Click here to download the form.
 
 District Vision:
Every Child Every Day


District Mission:
To inspire life-long learning in a caring, safe environment through challenging educational experiences for every child every day. 
 
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Do you have a student starting Kindergarten and wonder ... 
How will teachers get to know my Kindergarten child? 
How will teachers share the assessment results with families? 
What are some examples of the assessment activities my child will experience?
Where can I find more information? 
Click on the link below to see the Who, When and How of Kindergarten: