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New North Royalton High School Science Lab Planned
Thanks to North Royalton High School Senior Ryan Chester winning the international Breakthrough Junior Challenge science video competition this past fall, the high school is receiving $100,000 towards a new science lab.
The Breakthrough Junior Challenge partnered with Cold Springs Harbor Lab Group on Long Island to provide the $100,000 Lab award to North Royalton High School. Since 1890, Cold Spring Harbor Lab Group is a private, not-for-profit research and education institution that specializes in molecular biology and genetics. The school hopes to open the lab for the beginning of the 2016-17 school year.
The lab will be located in the 200 wing of the high school. This location is the most appropriate spot because of proper electrical supply, water, drainage and possibly natural gas. The science department teachers are collaborating with the scientist from Cold Springs Harbor to design a lab that will most likely be a biology and honors biology 2 labs. It will also open up the possibility of teaching a biotech or molecular genetics course in the future. The administration is making plans with Cold Springs Harbor Labs to provide NRHS science teachers with professional development in specific strategies and methodologies to make these new opportunities a possibility in the future.
North Royalton City Schools' Community Engagement Taskforce Proposes Options for Future of District's Facilities
On Monday, February 1, the North Royalton City Schools’ Community Engagement Taskforce members held a community meeting where more than 200 residents met in the North Royalton High School Performing Arts Center to listen to the Taskforce’s recommendations for the future of the district’s facilities.
For more than a year, the mission of this Taskforce has been to engage the community in active dialog through surveys, community discussions and public meetings, along with responsibly researching the best options for the residents and taxpayers of North Royalton through dialog with State Certified Professionals in the education and school construction fields.
North Royalton High School's Most Talented Students Participate in 31st Annual Talent Show
On Friday, January 29, North Royalton High School held its 31st annual high school PTA talent show. The show had 14 acts and approximately 30 students participated, whether behind the scenes or on stage.
Kindergarten Registration for the 2016-17 School Year Begins February 1
If your child will be 5 years old by September 30, 2016 and you are a resident of the North Royalton City School District, you are invited to register your child for Kindergarten. Starting February 1, 2016 you will be able to complete the online Pre-Registration which is a MANDATORY first step in the process. Check the website (
) beginning the first week of February for more information on the Pre-Registration process and more information on Kindergarten Registration. The dates for registration are February 23rd from 7:00 am - 3:00 pm and February 24th from 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm.
North Royalton City Schools Holds Senior Citizen Advisory Committee Meeting
Members of the North Royalton City Schools' Senior Citizen Advisory Committee attended its winter meeting on January 27. There was a music presentation by Valley Vista Elementary School's third grade class (special thanks to Mrs. Marguerite Greenly and Mrs. Sarah Burrows); a curriculum update by Melissa Vojta, curriculum and instruction director, followed by a Google Classroom presentation with some of the sixth graders who worked one-on-one with the senior citizens (special thanks to Mrs. Deanna Mikin, sixth grade social studies teacher). A financial and district update was given by the treasurer and superintendent. There was an opportunity for the senior citizens to share with the administrators issues they feel are important for the district to address.
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