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Crystal Starfish Second Semester Winners North Royalton City Schools Honor Two Dedicated Staff Members with the Second Semester Crystal Starfish Award
On Wednesday, May 23, North Royalton City Schools announced the winners of the second semester Crystal Starfish Award presented by First Federal of Lakewood.  At Royal View Elementary, Jessica Lobaza, a kindergarten teacher, was presented the Crystal Starfish Teacher Award.  Diana Hudec, an aide at Albion Elementary, was the recipient of the Crystal Starfish Support Staff Award. 
The Spring Issue of "The Bear Way" is Now Online
Click here to read the spring 2018 issue of "The Bear Way," the district's digital magazine. 
Kriste Smith And Bob Rodriguez North Royalton City Schools Announces 2018 Teacher and Support Staff Person of the Year
North Royalton City Schools recognized the Teacher of the Year and Support Staff Person of the at the North Royalton Educational Foundation’s reception on April 24.   The Teacher of the Year is Kriste Smith, who is a school counselor and department head at North Royalton High School.  She is also a member of the Western Cuyahoga County School Crisis Counseling Team. The Support Staff Person of the Year is Bob Rodriguez, who is the head custodian at Valley Vista Elementary. 
Biagio Sidoti, Treasurer North Royalton City Schools' Treasurer Named "Best in the State"
Treasurer Biagio Sidoti of North Royalton City Schools was named one of the best in the State of Ohio.  On Wednesday, April 18, Sidoti was named the 2018 Outstanding Treasurer/CFO of the Year by the Ohio Association of School Business Officials.  He received his award at the organization’s state conference in Columbus.  School Board Member Dr. John Kelly, on behalf of the Board of Education, along with Assistant Superintendent Jim Presot and Superintendent Greg Gurka, nominated Sidoti for the award.  Sidoti has been with the district since 2014.

“Biagio has the ability to communicate and discuss all sides of an issue to assure that decisions that are made will be the right decisions,” said Gurka.  “He understands that the bottom line is not just on a balance sheet, but it is the ability of the district to meet the individual needs of the students it serves. Whether it is in small one-on-one conversations or larger group administrative team meetings, Biagio is a resource for our Principals and Directors to allow them to do their jobs effectively.  Biagio cares about the students in our district and he understands the big picture of education.  Not only that, he advocates for our students and works to provide the means to support programs that will enhance their learning experiences.”
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