Football and Homecoming Rules
Football is back! But CHSSA has some strict rules we must follow in order for us to play. Please see the attached document for all the rules that must be followed in order for us to have fans at our football games.
We know this is not what we all want, but these are the rules we must follow if we want to play football. Please read the attached document and cooperate with these mandatory protocols.
Free Mental Health Services
Tri-County Health and Norwood School District have partnered to offer students and staff of the Norwood School District FREE mental health services. Please see the flier and contact Julia at Tri County Health to start services if interested. Students can use mental health services during the school year on campus if enrolled.
Does your child receive free or reduced-price school meals during the school year, or do you believe you may now qualify based on a recent income change? Pandemic-EBT, or P-EBT, can help you feed your family while schools are closed. You will receive a card with approximately $279 per eligible child that you can use to purchase food at stores that accept EBT. If you already receive SNAP benefits and are eligible for P-EBT, these funds will automatically load into your existing account. If you do not currently receive SNAP benefits, apply here for P-EBT today: https://www.colorado.gov/cdhs/
p-ebt. The application will open in late July and stay open for a few weeks. Please call Sue Williams at 970-327-4336 ext. 214 with any questions or to obtain a student ID.
Safe2Tell App and School Safety
One of the best ways to keep our school safe is to report concerning behavior. Talk to your kids and encourage them to download the free Safe2Tell app on their phones to report behavior by others that is concerning to them. They remain anonymous and they just might save a life. The information about the app can be found at https://safe2tell.org/safe2tell-colorado-mobile-app