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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. [ for more]

Posted Monday, July 24, 2017
Please remember that if you would like your child to be picked up and dropped off at a location other than his/her home, you need to fill out an Alternate Transportation Form.

Alternate location must be in the same attendance area as your residence, unless going to an approved day care center: Beginner's World, Enrichment Center, Imagination Station and YMCA at Valley Vista for students attending all elementary buildings and North Royalton Middle School.

DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS, please email, fax or mail the completed form directly to the Transportation Office.

During the school year, this form must be filled out and returned to the child’s school of attendance.

Alternate stops and days must be consistent for each week of the school year.

Please be advised, forms MUST be received by July 21, 2017 to be effective the first day of the school year. Forms received after July 21, 2017 will be effective ten (10) business days after the start of the school year.

Forms should be faxed, emailed or mailed to:

Transportation Department
6579 Royalton Road
North Royalton, OH 44133
Phone (440) 582-9051 Fax (440) 582-9138
[email protected]

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Posted Thursday, July 20, 2017
Anyone interested in purchasing the North Royalton SD Series 2017 Bonds should contact Katie Carp, Financial Advisor Associate, Stifel, Nicolaus & Company at [email protected] or 440/250-1630.  Local retail investors will have a priority position as far as orders put in for the bonds on the pricing date, which is estimated to be July 25, 2017.  That means that local retail orders at the same yields as larger institutional orders will be filled on a priority basis.  Regarding interest rate levels on the bonds, those will become available through Katie Carp on July 24.  The Preliminary Official Statement is scheduled to be released on or about July 20, 2017. [ for more]

Posted Thursday, July 20, 2017
North Royalton City Schools announced the winners of the second semester Crystal Starfish Award presented by the First Federal of Lakewood.

At Royal View Elementary, Mrs. Laura Kunz, the preschool speech therapist, was presented the Crystal Starfish Teacher Award. Besides the award, she also received a $250 Professional Development Grant from the First Federal of Lakewood, a $50 gift certificate to Cleat’s restaurant and flowers from Independence Flowers and Gifts. Mrs. Kunz received 14 nominations from a variety of fellow teachers, support staff, and parents. 
Mrs. Michelle Parente, North Royalton Middle School office aide, is the recipient of the Crystal Starfish Support Staff Award. Along with the award, presented by First Federal of Lakewood, Parente received a $50 gift certificate to Cleat’s restaurant and flowers from Independence Flowers and Gifts. Her colleagues nominated her.

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Posted Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Click here to read the spring 2017 edition of the "Bear Way," the digital magazine of North Royalton City Schools.  Click here for a PDF version. [ for more]

Posted Tuesday, May 23, 2017
The North Royalton Educational Foundation (NREF) presented several grants to teachers and staff at its Annual Reception held on April 25. More than 25 teachers received grants that covered all grade levels and types of learners, a wide range of curriculum subjects that focus on student-centered learning through the 4C’s - communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity, as well as technology, flexible seating options, books, sensory tools, art and music supplies, robotics, and even a weather station. The total dollar amount granted to staff this year was more than $15,000 this year. The NREF raises money throughout the year through a number of fundraisers, including the popular Taste of North Royalton held in the fall. [ for more]

Posted Monday, May 8, 2017
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