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“We Roar.Together- Primary Ceremony”

 The Norton Primary Staff would like to provide a closure activity for the families and students of our Little Panther Nation.  As a staff, we feel that we have connected with your children over this year and have especially grown closer to all of them during the building closure. Click HERE for detailed car parade information including dates!


Please return Chromebooks to the Norton Primary Main Entrance Lobby - return dates are: May 26, 27, 28 & 29th from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Thank you!


Norton's Summer Book Club
Engaging Activities To Keep Your Child Reading All Summer!! 


Click here for the 2020/2021 Kindergarten Registration Packet - these packets are due back ASAP!  Completed packets can be returned, by scan, to [email protected] - Printed packets will be available, for those that can't print, starting Friday, May 1st at the Norton Primary Building. 

Resources for Families

During the current Covid-19 shelter-in-place order and school closings, we would like families to know about various resources available to assist them.  Although several service organizations are not available to help at this time, we have compiled a list of organizations that are still actively serving our community.  Please click here to access these resources.


We are pleased to share fantastic news with you that the Preschool Staff has earned their
Five Star Rating from the Office of Early Learning and School Readiness. 
Step Up To Quality (SUTQ) is a five–star quality rating and improvement system administered by the Ohio Department
of Education and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. SUTQ recognizes and promotes learning and
development programs that meet quality program standards that exceed licensing health and safety regulations.
The program standards are based on national research identifying standards which lead to improved outcomes
for children. 

Norton City Schools’ Educational Plan for April 14 - May 1

Norton City Schools will be proactive and communicative often as we approach our next period of remote learning, which we have dubbed We Roar. Remotely.  Please click here for a Parent Letter with more information.  Please click here for our We Roar. Remotely website with resources, expectations for students, etc.

Norton City Schools Board Meetings

All Norton City Schools Board Meetings will now be held through Google Meet and can be live streamed from our NCS Board YouTube Channel.  Refresh your page if you do not see the live feed at the start of the meeting.  Additionally, agendas can be found on the Board Agendas page.  For the April 20th meeting, here is the Graduation Seals presentation.


Why is Proper Letter Formation Important?  Keep your kiddos learning!

United Way / Imagination Library / Click here for registration and information

Your preschool aged child can receive FREE books - mailed right to your home!  Don't miss this opportunity - Register now! 

Sensory Friendly Movies - Lake 8

Do your Little Panther's like movies - check these out! 

United Disability Services

UDS - Events - Sports - Involvement - Fun!


 If your child is turning 5 years old on August 1st or later and you think they would qualify for the Early Entrance Exam for Kindergarten placement - please read the following  EarlyEntranceProcess


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 


Parents - Safety 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.     

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: