Callahan Elementary School News
CMS New Building Project Community Forum #3. REMOTE MEETING ONLINE. You must PRE-REGISTER. Click the headline for flyer and pre-registration link. May 19, 2021 at 7 PM.
Click the headline to read the April School Vacation Advisory from Nurse Leader Jill Driscoll.
Click the headline to read the Norwood Board of Health Presentation to the School Committee on 4/7/2021. The presentation contains important information including the Travel Advisory and Mask Information.
Beginning on Monday April 5, 2021, gaiters will no longer be permitted, and we will be encouraging everyone to double mask in accordance with the CDC recommendations. Please know that these changes are in consideration of the closer seating and larger numbers in our buildings. We look forward to having our students return, and we appreciate your patience and understanding in this process. Click the headline to read the CDC Guidance.
The School Committee voted to shift the school start times in the September of 2022. The approximate times are in these slides but we will also examine bus runs next year to see if the elementary start could be pushed back a little more. Click the headline for the presentation.
CMS New Building Project Community Forum #2. REMOTE MEETING ONLINE. You must PRE-REGISTER. Click the headline for flyer and pre-registration link. March 18, 2021 at 7 PM.
Click the Headline to learn more about the first Community Forum for the CMS New Building Project. The Community Forum will be held remotely via Zoom. Pre-registration is required. January 14 at 7 PM.
Please consider joining these virtual parent meetings to share concerns, strategies and ideas to help your family during this stressful time. Monday sessions are primarily for issues facing BIPOC (black, indigenous and people of color) parents. As parents we often place our own needs behind those of our children. Please consider taking advantage of an hour for yourself that will let you know you are not alone, connect with other parents and hopefully lift your spirits.
CLICK HEADLINE FOR FULL TEXT AND LINKS Limit gathering size: Indoor gatherings at private residences are limited to 10 people, and outdoor gatherings at private residences are limited to 25 people. Individuals should stay within their household: For a lower-risk celebration, people should limit in-person holiday gatherings to only people they live with or limit the gathering to a small group of individuals with whom they are regularly in contact. Avoid travel: Anyone considering travel should review and abide by Massachusetts travel orders, and people who want to travel to another state that is not a lower-risk state should be aware of the quarantine requirements involved with such travel.
Click the headline to read a letter from the District Nurse Leader regarding Mandatory Flu Vaccines.
COVID-19 Scenario Response Planning for Schools - Click Headline for more information
Parents must fill out this form and email it to the school principal or bring it into the school. Click Headline for PDF
Click the headline for the flyer to sign up for a free thermometer through the Kinda FLUency program.
Click the Headline for 2 New COVID Resources: Decision Tree - Can My Child Go to School Today & FAQs About Wearing Masks at School
To Register for Enrollment at Norwood Public Schools, please click the headline to see our Registration/Enrollment Page.
Click the headline for a flyer with easy things you can do now to prepare for back to school.
Click the Headline for the School Committee Anti-Racism Resolution and the School Committee COVID-19 State Funding Resolution
Join five-time Olympian Kikkan Randall on this free webinar sponsored by Impact Norwood. Event is Thursday June 11 at 7 PM. Click Headline for flyer. Register here: https://impactandoasis.eventbrite.com
Click Headline for full letter. This week we began phase I of the Governor’s reopening process. Included in phase I is the ability for health care providers to begin offering in-person health services. Specifically noted in the Department of Public Health Guidance document was the need to prioritize pediatric care especially immunizations. Physical examinations and/or immunizations are required for school entrance and in grades 1, 4, 7 and 11
Click on the link for the remote learning resources from the Callahan School.
Norwood SEPAC Meeting March 12, 2020 from 6:30-8:15 PM in Room 219 at the Savage Educational Center. Click Headline for Agenda.
Click on the headline to read the Coronavirus letter from School Nurse Leader Jill Driscoll
Norwood SEPAC Meeting January 16, 2020 at 6:30 PM in room 219 at the Savage Educational Center. Topic: Basic Rights in Special Education. Learn about rights in the IEP and 504 Plans. Presented by Lori Cimeno, Director of Special Education
Join Impact Norwood for a free presentation on Thursday January 9, 2020 from 7-9 PM at the Norwood High School Auditorium. Author Alex Berenson will be discussing his book, Tell Your Children The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence. Attendees will be eligible to win a $100 Bertucci's Gift Card. Click the headline for more information and to register.
The Town of Norwood is elgible to receive reimbursement for health care services that take place in school for students who have Mass Health insurance. Please click on the link for more information and for the parent consent form.
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