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Monthly Community Update Available Online Monthly Community Update Available Online
Click here to read the district's November e-newsletter to the community. There are reports from the November Board of Education meeting, financial report, highlights from buildings, students, and staff.  
North Royalton City Schools’ Assistant Superintendent Jim Presot Named “Outstanding Business Manager of the Year” North Royalton City Schools’ Assistant Superintendent Jim Presot Named “Outstanding Business Manager of the Year”
The Ohio Association of School Business Officials (OASBO) has named Jim Presot, assistant superintendent of North Royalton City Schools, the Outstanding Business Manager of the Year. He will formally be recognized at the Ohio School Boards Association Capital Conference on November 16 at the Columbus Convention Center.

“Jim’s service and dedication goes way beyond any job description or time clock,” said Dr. John Kelly, president, North Royalton Board of Education. “He is absolutely the ‘go to’ guy on any issues related to our physical plant or the management of the district operations. He gives this position 150% effort ALL the time.”
 
The fall edition of the Bear Way magazine is now online The fall edition of the Bear Way magazine is now online
Click here to read the fall 2016 edition of the Bear Way, the digital magazine of the North Royalton City Schools.   
Community Facilities Committee to be Created To Oversee Spending of North Royalton City Schools’ Construction/Renovation of Buildings Community Facilities Committee to be Created To Oversee Spending of North Royalton City Schools’ Construction/Renovation of Buildings
North Royalton City Schools, along with the City of North Royalton and the City of Broadview Heights, made an announcement today regarding the upcoming bond issue, Issue 116, on the November 8 ballot.

As the district has stated since the facilities plan was created more than a year ago, a committee will be developed to oversee the funds being spent on the construction and maintenance of the school buildings as part of its facility plan, Issue 116. This new Community Facilities Committee will consist of two residents appointed by Mayor Robert Stefanik of the City of North Royalton, two residents appointed by Mayor Sam Alai of the City of Broadview Heights, and three residents that currently serve on the district’s Financial Advisory Committee and Community Engagement Task Force.
 
A Message from our Superintendent A Message from our Superintendent
Please click here to view a message from Superintendent Greg Gurka on the future of education in North Royalton. 
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