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North Royalton City Schools wins $25,000 grants to purchase adaptive bikes for children of community North Royalton Educational Foundation, on behalf of North Royalton City Schools, receives a $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist®
State Farm is proud to announce the Top 40 causes that received the most votes in the Neighborhood Assist campaign. Each will receive a $25,000 grant to improve their community. In just 10 days, 119,000 people cast 3.1 million votes in support of their favorite cause. As a result, 40 communities, in 24 states, including Ohio, will be getting an assist from State Farm.

The North Royalton Educational Foundation, on behalf of North Royalton City Schools, landed in the Top 40 and will use the $25,000 grant to purchase adaptive bicycles for teachers and therapists to use with children with disabilities in the North Royalton  City School District. “These adaptive bicycles can be very expensive; there has been a need for several years and many requests for availability,” said North Royalton School Board Member Dr. John Kelly. “I am very proud of the effort of our entire community from start to finish to accomplish this goal.”
Crystal Starfish Nomination flyer Nominate a Teacher/Staff Member for the Crystal Starfish Award!
North Royalton City Schools and First Federal of Lakewood present the Crystal Starfish Award.  Nominate a teacher or member of our support staff that has made a difference in your life.  Click here to nominate.  #NRInspireGreat 
Photo of North Royalton City Schools' new teachers and staff for the 2016-17 school year Welcome New Teachers and Staff!
North Royalton City Schools welcomes our new teachers and staff.  #NRInspireGreat 
North Royalton City Schools Assigned an Aa2 Rating by Moody’s Investor Service
The North Royalton City School District recently completed a credit rating review in preparation for the sale of bonds to finance a new elementary building to replace three existing buildings, renovations to the existing high school and middle school, and to construct a new academic wing onto the high school. Moody’s Investors Service assigned an Aa2 rating to the $88.9 million bonds. The Aa2 rating is two notches below the highest possible rating of Aaa. The district is one of 62 school districts in Ohio sharing the Aa2 rating with 26 district rated higher and 223 districts rated lower. 
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