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Congratulations to NCSD students in grades 6-12 who participated in the All County Music Festival this past weekend. Everyone did an amazing job representing the school. Special thanks to the Music Department who hosted this event at our school!!
Norwich High School Daily Bulletin for January 24, 2023 Today is a Purple Day!
Middle School 6th grade teachers pulled their students together on Friday with to help them focus for the second half of the school year. We want to remind all our students to work hard and do the best they can at all times. The year is almost half over, and there is still a lot to learn this year!!
Perry Browne concerts coming up: 4th grade winter concert: January 24th at 6:30 students arrive at 6:10. 5th grade winter concert: January 26th at 6:30 students arrive at 6:10. 4th & 5th grade winter choral concert: February 2 at 6:30 students arrive at 6:10.
UDL for Parents & Guardians: Monday, January 23, 2023 6:30-7:30 p.m. EST Parents and guardians play an essential role in a student’s support team. In this session designed with caregivers in mind, we will provide an overview of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) for parents/caregivers and offer information to empower them to be the best advocates for their children in support of inclusion, access, and equity. Please join us as we meet Alison, a parent on her own UDL journey to see what more we can do together to support students and families until learning has no limits. This webinar is part 1 of our 3-part Winter Learning Series, Universally Designed Systems of Support: Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). Register for Session 1 by clicking the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h3idGoVNQt-dzk_HvDPByQ
Reminder: Tuesday, January 24th and Wednesday, January 25th are virtual days for the high school due to Regents testing. All high school students should access their Google Classrooms for assignments. Juniors will be taking the English 11 Regents exam tomorrow, January 24th. Juniors should report to the HS gym entrance by 8:15 a.m.
Upcoming Youth Mental Health First Aid opportunity! Please see the attached flyer for more information! Register online at tinyurl.com/MHFA2023 Tues. Jan. 17th & 24th: 4pm-7pm Wed. Jan. 18th: 9am - 2:30pm Wed. Feb. 15th & 16th: 4pm-7pm Fri. Mar. 3rd: 8:30am - 2:00pm
Norwich City Schools is pleased to announce that for the 2022-2023 school year, the district will continue to provide school meals (breakfast and lunch) to ALL students at no cost. This is made possible through the Federal Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). We do ask all families to complete the Eligibility Form linked below which is an essential tool that helps us to ensure the district continues to receive its fair share of state aid revenue. https://5il.co/1ht0q
The Madrigal Choir performed in the Rome Free Academy Show Choir Festival last night! Students performed three pieces, and then joined seven other schools to perform a combined finale piece.
Good Morning, NCSD will be closed today, 1/23/23. All office staff should plan to report by 10:00. Be safe, everyone!
Custodians Needed! NCSD is now offering a shift differential for second shift cleaners! NCSD offers an excellent benefits package to include health, dental, and vision coverage. In addition, NYS reduced the vesting period from 10 years down to 5 years in order to be eligible for NYS pension. For more information go to https://www.norwichcsd.org/page/job-opportunities
French students in grades 7-10 traveled to Syracuse on January 13th to attend French Night at the Syracuse Crunch. Students were able to watch an exciting hockey game and take a picture on the ice after the game with a French-speaking player.
Perry Browne's Leadership Club is running a Penny Power Program. It will begin on January 23rd and run through January 27th. They are collecting coins to help raise money for an organization that could use the help. The Leadership Club has voted on donating the money to the SPCA this year. Send in your pennies and silver and let the fun begin.
Seniors in American Government class presented their civic projects this week. Project completion is one step in the process of students earning their Seal of Civic Readiness on their diplomas in June.
Substitute Teachers Wanted! * Flexibility * Fulfilling Career * Impact on students * Join our team as a substitute teacher Visit www.norwichcsd.org for more information or call 607-334-1600 x5504
January Regents Exam Schedule for the week of January 23rd.
Today the CARE Program went to explore a physical representation of New Yorks history and geologic phenomenon at Howe's Caverns. We had a wonderful time, fortunately the weather cooperated for safe travel too!
Bus Drivers Needed! NCSD will cover all licensing, training, and other onboarding expenses! In addition, NYS reduced the vesting period from 10 years down to 5 in order to be eligible for a NYS pension. For more information go to https://www.norwichcsd.org/page/job-opportunities
First grade students learned about how snow melts. They created melting snowmen and wrote about how they melted.