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Lil' Bears Preschool at Royal View Elementary Seeks Typical Peers
The Lil’ Bears Preschool of North Royalton City Schools has openings for 3, 4, and early 5 year old typically developing children to serve as peer role models.  Lil’ Bears Preschool is located at Royal View Elementary, 13220 Ridge Road, North Royalton, Ohio. 
Cover of the Your Royalton Schools Printed Newsletter Preview the fall issue of "Your Royalton Schools"
Residents wil be receiving the fall issue of "Your Royalton Schools" in their mailboxes over the next few weeks.  Click here for a preview to learn about the progress being made on our facilities project. 
The cover of the Bear Way digital magazine fall 2017 issue Read the Fall Issue of the Bear Way
Click here to read the fall issue of the Bear Way, the district's digital magazine.  We highlight all the great learning, activities, and accomplishments from the first quarter of the 2017-18 school year.  Click here to read a PDF version. 
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.”
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