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Norton City Schools Board of Education Names New Superintendent

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Louis Ule
Board of Education President
Norton City Schools

May 13, 2022(May 13, 2022) – The Norton Board of Education unanimously agreed to offer Bryan Farson the position to serve as the district’s New Superintendent at a special meeting on May 11, 2022.  Farson is currently the Principal at AI Root Middle School, in the Medina school system.
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Posted Thursday, May 12, 2022

STEM & CODING SUMMER CAMPS 2022

ANNOUNCING:  STEM and Coding Summer Camps are back and in person! 
Wadsworth City Schools is once again hosting these two camps and Norton students are welcome to register.  Use the following link for more information:   Click here

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Posted Wednesday, May 11, 2022

FIELD DAY - MOVED TO MONDAY!

DUE TO THE RAIN FORECAST FOR FRIDAY, MAY 6,2022 - FIELD DAY WILL BE HELD MONDAY, MAY 9,2022

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Posted Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Career Tech Student of the Month

Congratulations to Caleb Ogg for being named the Career Tech Students of the Month at Norton High School. Caleb participates in the Masonry program here at Norton High School through the Four Cities Compact. To quote Caleb he "enjoys the work ethic and skills learned in the program. Good skills to learn for life." He is a member of the Marching Band and also plays baseball. Caleb volunteers at Northside Church in Wadsworth. He has his own lawn care business and is a janitor at the church. Caleb plans to attend The University of Akron for History Education. Congratulations Caleb!

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Posted Sunday, May 1, 2022

May Student of the Month

Congratulations to Emma Collins for being named Student of the Month for May at Norton High School!  Emma is a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club, and Spanish Club.  She participates in the College Credit Plus program, while also taking AP classes and Spanish IV. Emma is a member of the Women's Soccer Team and is a four-year letter woman. She has played piano for 7 years. Emma is involved in the youth group at Crossroads Community Church and also plays the keyboard for the worship team. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Emma works at the Norton Library. Emma plans to attend Cedarville University to study math and minor in actuarial science. Congratulations Emma!

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Posted Sunday, May 1, 2022

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