March 23- April 2
School Resumes Monday April 3
Instructional Fees Due
The Instructional Materials Fee for the 2016-2017 school year is $40.00 per student for ECS to Grade 6. Grade 7 Instructional Material fee is $55.00, plus additional fees for their chosen option courses.
Fees can be paid online, fee payment, using VISA, Mastercard or Interact Online.
Payment can also be made at the school office, cash or cheque made out to Norwood School.
Signing In and Out at Norwood School
At Norwood School we will continue the sign in and sign out procedures for parents and visitors to our site. Please see the document: Signing In and Out Procedures
Safe Crossing and Parking
Safety is one of our main focuses at Norwood School! Thank you to the Safety School Patrol we are assisting our students and parents in crossing at safe times at our two designated cross walks. We encourage all our visitors, parents and students to use the crosswalks. The front of our school is a bus zone and it is difficult for our bus drivers to see if children and adults cross infront of them (it is a no see zone, meaning the driver has a good chance of not seeing you).
Please be aware of the no stopping signs at the front of the school, this is a bus zone and not a drop off or pick up zone for students other than bus students (before and afterschool). Staff will kindly ask you to move your vehicle as we must assure the busses are able to enter, load and exit safely. We have 6 busses that stop at Norwood and they may all arrive at the same time.
Thank you for being great role models -- students and parents and using our cross walks and parking in the appropriate areas.
The Fantastic Presentation at Falun School
Posted on Mar 21 2017
On Monday, March 20, 2017, in the gym at Falun School, Mr. Ian Ruskowsky, a former Falun School student, came and talked about what it is like to live in another country. He presented because Falun School is doing a Culture Fair for…
Grade 5 Clear Vista Students Baking Business Project
Posted on Mar 16 2017
How is math used in a real life situation? This is exactly what grade 5 students are learning in their math class. To experience this, they were given a challenge to come up with a baking business. Each group had to come up with…