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The Taste of North Royalton
The Taste of North Royalton, sponsored by the North Royalton Education Foundation and the North Royalton Stadium Foundation, will be held on Thursday, November 5, 2015, from 5:30-8:30 PM at the St. Paul Hellenic Center.  This is a wonderful night with great people and great food.  Click here for more information.  Tickets go fast and every year is a sell out! 
Crystal Starfish Award Program
Once again, the district is pleased to present the Crystal Starfish Award. Staff, students, and the community will have an opportunity to nominate a teacher and/or staff member that has made a significant difference in their lives. Special thanks to First Federal Bank of Lakewood, one of our business/school partners, for their support of this award along with our other prize sponsors. We encourage you to spread the word in your buildings and in the community about this wonderful opportunity to honor those worthy teachers and staff members. The deadline for nominations is November 13, 2015.

Click here for the nomination form. Forms can be sent electronically to Jim Presot at or to Jim Presot, 6579 Royalton Road, North Royalton, Ohio 44133.
Festival of Bands Draws 4,000 People and 1,600 Band Members
More than 4,000 people attended the Royalton Festival of the Bands that was held on Saturday, September 19 at Gibson Field in Serpentini Chevrolet Stadium. There were nine bands that performed during this non-competitive festival, totaling more than 1,600 performers. In addition to North Royalton High School, others that attended include Field High School, Padua Franciscan High School, Woodridge High School, Strongsville High School, Berea-Midpark High School, Riverside High School, Copley High School, and Brecksville/Broadview Heights High School. 
The North Royalton City Schools Transportation Department Provides New School Year Updates at September Board Meeting
At the Board of Education Meeting on Monday, September 14, Joe Marcinowski, Transportation Supervisor for North Royalton City Schools, updated the board and community on the department for the 2015-2016 school year. His team includes five staff members and two mechanics, one which is a graduate of North Royalton. The department also has a total of 50 bus drivers, nine substitute bus drivers, two part- time mechanics and three van drivers. These numbers do not include the large number of staff from all of the schools who help students safely unload and load the buses during dismissal.  
North Royalton High School Senior Selected for the 2016 US Army All-American Marching Band
Alison Michalke, a senior mellophone player in the North Royalton High School Marching Band, was recognized by North Royalton High School Principal Sean Osborne at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, September 14 for being selected to play in the US Army All-American Marching Band. Alison was chosen from more than 1,300 nominees from 47 cities across the country. During half time at the US Army All-American Bowl, Alison will take the field along with 124 other top musicians and color guard members from across the country. 
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