North Royalton City Schools
"We Inspire and Empower Learners"

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New District Theme Announced to Kick Off Beginning of New School Year
The North Royalton City Schools are kicking off the 2016-17 school year with a theme that sums up the district’s mission: to “inspire and empower learners.” Launched at the staff convocation meeting on August 22, Inspire Great, will be two words that everyone in the North Royalton/Broadview Heights communities will see and hear because everything the district does will be focused on inspiring greatness.

“We hope this new theme sends a positive message to our community of who we are, who we want to be, and what we strive to work at everyday,” said Greg Gurka, superintendent, North Royalton City Schools. “Our district is taking teaching and learning above and beyond, embracing the 4C’s for student-centered learning: communications, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity. We want to inspire great education, great opportunities, and great tools and resources for bright futures.”
August E-Newsletter to the Community
Click here to read the August 2016 news update from the North Royalton City Schools. It highlights the North Royalton Board of Education meeting, including the recognition of NRHS recent graduates who were recognized as National AP Scholars. 
Voter Registration Information
We encourage all those who are of age to vote, to be sure to register with the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.  Click here for links to voter registration information, as well as an absentee ballot request form. 
2016-17 Student Accident/Sickness Insurance Coverage Application

Parents interested in purchasing Student Accident & Sickness Insurance for the 2016-17 school year should download the attachments for more information. Please discard all applications from the 2015-16 year as they will not be accepted.   

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.
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