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Cover of the Your Royalton Schools Printed Newsletter 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.  Read More...

Posted Wednesday, November 8, 2017
The cover of the Bear Way digital magazine fall 2017 issue 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.  Read More...

Posted Wednesday, October 25, 2017
When Partnership for a Healthy North Royalton was formed in 2013 and applied for and received the Drug-Free Communities grant, the vision for a community united for safe and healthy living was given life. In the five-year grant timeframe, the coalition has evolved into a resource for many areas of the schools, the city and our governing officials, and a partner with many businesses and community organizations. The coalition has been the support of the surrounding families, church congregations, and everyone who comes into contact with our population. The mission has stayed the same and we continue to live out promoting a healthy, drug-free community by empowering the youth and adults to help them make responsible decisions. We have worked hard to moving from more than just a conversation starter, and becoming a long-term commitment to the community.  Read More...

Posted Wednesday, October 11, 2017
North Royalton City Schools wins $25,000 grants to purchase adaptive bikes for children of community 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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Posted Thursday, September 28, 2017
Hurricane Harvey Relief graphic Hurricane Harvey has left residents of Texas injured, with homes destroyed, waiting for the flood waters to recede. School families and staff of the North Royalton City Schools are doing their part to alleviate some of the sufferings.

Albion Elementary will hold a “Spirit/Pajama Day” this Friday, September 8. Students are asked to bring in a monetary donation to the American Red Cross to help the Hurricane Harvey victims. Royal View and Valley Vista Elementary will accept donations of water, toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, hair combs and brushes, non-perishable food and snacks, coffee, juice boxes and pouches, diapers, batteries, flashlights, baby and adult blankets in collection boxes set in the atrium of the buildings.

North Royalton Middle School will hold coin wars among each grade level during lunch periods between September 11 and 15 to raise money. They will also donate the proceeds from the Bears Den Café to the hurricane fund.

North Royalton High School is collecting the same items. Richard Hughes, a local North Royalton business owner, will also be collecting items in his shop, Richard’s Automotive Repair. In addition to being a local business owner, Hughes is a parent and Rotary member. He has volunteered to drive to Texas with the school’s donations, both monetary and physical, and deliver them on behalf of the Red Cross.

At the football game this Friday night at Serpentini Stadium, Hughes and the schools will be collecting money and items for hurricane relief and the Red Cross. The community is encouraged to bring items to donate.
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Posted Thursday, September 7, 2017
North Royalton Health and Wellness Expo is on September 30 On Saturday, September 30, North Royalton City will host its annual Health Fair and Family Expo. This event is sponsored by Mayor Bob Stefanik, North Royalton City Schools, and Sports Rehabilitation Consultants Physical Therapy. It will take place at the North Royalton Performing Arts Center, 14713 Ridge Rd and last from 8 a.m. until noon.  Read More...

Posted Thursday, August 31, 2017
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