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Balch Elementary School News

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Please join us as we share the value of personal wellness in many different ways. This is a free interactive event that will be hosting over 30 local vendors. Click on headline for flyer and video!

Norwood students were screened by Dr. Mark Stone, our school dentist, in the fall and screening reports were mailed home to parents/guardians by the Norwood Board of Health. If you have lost or misplaced your form, please contact Jen Bartucca at the Health Department 781-762-1240 X176

Check our our new Elementary Math Parent Resources website! It can be found under the Family Resources tab. The goal for this website and for our math nights is to partner with parents for success and share what has changed in mathematics instruction.

The Norwood Circle of Hope Foundation was established in 1993 in an effort to offer financial aid to people of Norwood who are stricken with catastrophic illnesses. Please click on the headline for more information about this event and how you can purchase a luminary in support. Your child's school nurse is collecting forms and can answer your questions.

For Parents/Guardians of students in Grades K-5. To be held Tuesday, December 1 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at Norwood High School. Click headline for flyer.

A storybook tour for youngsters and grownups alike! Click on headline for times and cost.

Thursday, October 8, is Norwood's annual Walk to School Day. All elementary schools will walk TO school and Willett Early Childhood Center, Coakley Middle School and Norwood High School will walk at school during the school day.

In the Norwood High School gym. Over 60 crafters will be selling their handmade goods. The Craft Affair benefits the Post Prom Party and other clubs and teams at Norwood High School. General admission is $3. Senior citizens and children under age 12 are $2.

Backpacks will be collected through July 2. The collection box is located in the Norwood High School lobby.

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On Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 7:05 p.m. the Norwood School Committee will conduct a public hearing to discuss School Choice. Click headline for complete notice.

Featuring singer-song writer Kyle Dine. Join us at NHS on Saturday, April 18, from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Your kids will love being part of the singing, dancing, and educating that is Kyle's show! Many allergy friendly vendors will be there and will give away samples! Join us! Click headline for flyer.

Join the Norwood Public Schools Wellness Committee for their 2nd Annual Elementary Spring Track Night on May 8th from 5:30 - 7:00pm at the Norwood High School track.  Stu...

Presentation Monday, March 23, 2015, 7:00 pm at Morrill Memorial Library. Click headline for flyer and how to register to attend.

The NPS nurses are interested in determining what health information and health promotion topics would be of the greatest interest to our school community users of the NPS Health Services website. Survey open from March 2 - March 6.

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Faith Morgan from Federation of Children with Special Needs will provide a workshop for families with a foundation knowledge needed to understand other special education workshop topics. This workshop introduces participants to the federal and state special education laws, special education process, parent and student rights and how to resolve differences with the school. Please note that this presentation is for an adult audience and child care is not provided.

Enterovirus D68 Information

September 25, 2014

Enterovirus D68 has been in the news a lot lately. Norwood Public Schools administration and school nurses are monitoring the situation carefully. Click the headline for more information and a fact sheet from the CDC.

Want to have some fun and stay sharp for the start of school? Read! Read! Read! And have fun with math! All students are expected to participate in our Summer Reading Program K-12 and in our new K-5 Summer Math Program. Go to Summer Reading and Summer Math under the Academics tab or Quick Links at the bottom of the district's home page.