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Kindergarten Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year will begin February 4, 2019
If your child will be five years old by September 30, 2019, and you are a resident of the North Royalton City School District, you are invited to register your child for kindergarten.  Starting February 4, 2019, you will be able to complete the online registration which is a MANDATORY first step in the process.  Check the website beginning the first week of February for more information on the registration process and information on kindergarten registration.  The dates for registration are February 19 from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. and February 20 from noon - 8 p.m.

Both the traditional (2 ½ days) and all day, every day options will be available.  The all day, every day option is tuition-based.  The cost for this option for the 2019-2020 school year is $2,100.  Participation in the all day, every day option will be determined through a lottery selection process.  You must register on February 19 or 20 with all paperwork completed to be considered for the all day, every day kindergarten lottery.  Families not interested in the all day, every day option will be enrolled in the traditional 2 ½ day program.
North Royalton City Schools’ Elementary Students Come Together to Help Design New School’s Playground North Royalton City Schools’ Elementary Students Come Together to Help Design New School’s Playground
On November 30, approximately 30 third and fourth-grade students from Albion, Royal View and Valley Vista Elementary came together with District administrators and architects from ThenDesign Architecture to help design the new playground that will be built at the new North Royalton Elementary School.

The meeting began by the students reviewing the site plan and playground locations and the architects asking the students what their favorite activities are on a playground.  The students then broke up into pairs to select their favorite pieces of equipment out of five categories: swings, slides, overhead, motion/balance and bridges.  The pairs of students then collaborated and brainstormed with their peers to narrow down their favorite pieces from each category.  

During the last part of the meeting, students were actually able to design a playground from a variety of materials such as markers, paper, dots, and toothpicks.  The students enjoyed being creative and presenting their creations to not only their friends, but the architects as well.
Bear Time with the Superintendent video for December 2018 Bear Time with the Superintendent - December 2018
Click here to watch the December 2018 edition of "Bear Time with the Superintendent." 
Thank You North Royalton Community!
We want to thank the North Royalton community for their support of our schools. Passage of Issue 6 will allow us to maintain current programs and services and the high-quality education provided by North Royalton City Schools. We will continue to communicate and educate the community as to all the positive things that occur in our classrooms on a daily basis as well as the needs we have as a District.  Thank you for allowing us to continue inspiring greatness each and every day. 
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