Prevention Education Virtual Meeting
Prevention education discussion for all parents on April 26th. Hosted by the San Miguel Resource Center.
College Admissions Informational Meeting
Dear Students and Parents:
We have an exciting opportunity to join several other local high schools for a live presentation from 6 Colleges: On Preparing For A Liberal Arts Education and Out-Of-State Affordability.
Place: Virtual. Participants Must Register Through This Link: Click HERE to register:
Date: April 20
Time: 6:00 PM
Presenters: College Admission Officers From Bowdoin, Swarthmore, Williams, Amherst, Carleton and Pomona College
Topic: Students and parents will learn how schools make college affordable, how they prepare and support students toward graduation and beyond. Students and parents will also learn about opportunities at liberal arts colleges.
Click here to register Or contact Rick Williams at email@example.com
Wellness Committee Volunteers Needed
The Norwood School District would like to invite community members to join the district's Wellness committee and/or participate in the review of the local policy. Please email Sue Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in participating.
Did you know Norwood Schools is offering meals at no cost to families for all kids 18 and younger for the 2020/2021 school year? Support our school nutrition staff while saving time and money. To learn more contact Sue Williams at 970-327-4336 ext 214 or email email@example.com
Leadership Team's Report
The Administrative Leadership Team's Report to the Board of Education from March 16, 2021 is now available here on our website in and effort to improve transparency and communication to our stakeholders. Click HERE and please take a moment to read what's happening in our district.
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.
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