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"North Royalton Cares" School Supplies Program
The North Royalton Cares school supplies program collects supplies for eligible families in the city of North Royalton just before the start of school each year. The kick-off event for the program is Wednesday, July 27 at the 3 Spot located at 13866 Ridge Road from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. There will be free appetizers provided, and we are asking all those who attend to bring a donation of school supplies or to contribute a $10 gift card from Office Max or Drug Mart. Checks can be made out to the Charitable Trust Fund of North Royalton Kiwanis with a memo that it is for school supplies. Applications are being accepted from July 18 - August 12 for families in need of these school supplies on Monday, July 18 at the Office on Aging, 13500 Ridge Road from 8 am - 3:30 pm. In order to be eligible, you will need to be a resident of North Royalton and show proof of this with a current utility bill. We will also need proof of income.  
North Royalton City Schools’ Treasurer Provides Year End Financial Update District Concludes Year with “Revenue over Expenditures” of more than $1.7 million
North Royalton City Schools recently completed its June 30, 2016 fiscal year end. The district concluded with “revenue over expenditures” in the amount of $1,747,000. This was due to several reasons:

• Real estate values increased slightly, causing real estate revenue to increase $498,000.

• State funding through House Bill 64 was originally anticipated to increase revenues by $460,000 that was later adjusted to $252,000.

• Federal funding allowed for increased reimbursement of services that provided an additional $44,000.

• Investment opportunities allowed the district to realize an additional $65,000 over the prior fiscal year.
 
District Provides Update to Board and Community on its Three-Year Strategic Plan
At the July 11 North Royalton Board of Education meeting, Melissa Vojta, director of curriculum and instruction and Pat Farrell, director of personnel for North Royalton City Schools updated the board members on the progress the district has made on its three-year Strategic Plan. The plan was updated in August 2015.

Community engagement, student achievement, communication, facilities, financial, and collaboration are the six goal categories that consist of the plan.
 
North Royalton Board of Education Passes Resolution to Place Bond Issue on November 8, 2016 Ballot
On June 21, the North Royalton Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution (5-0) at a special board meeting to place a bond issue on the November 8, 2016 ballot. 
June News Update
Click here to read the June 2016 news update from North Royalton High School. Please note that the Board of Education has scheduled a special meeting for Tuesday, June 21 at 6:30 PM in the North Royalton High School community room. The purpose of this meeting is to act on a resolution to place a bond issue on the November ballot. 
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