We welcome our military families to North Royalton City Schools.
Here are some valuable resources for you and your family as you transition your child to a new school.
for the PDF of A Military Family's Guide to School Transitions.
for a checklist for military families when relocating with their exceptional family member (dependent child who has disabilities.
for a School Withdrawal/Enrollment Checklist.
for numerous military connected youth resources.
for info on Operation Purple Camp...a summer camp just for military kids.
for the Ohio Department of Education military family information.
We are proud that every one of our school buildings is a 2020 Purple Star Designee by the Ohio Department of Education...
The Ohio Department of Education has selected Albion Elementary School, Royal View Elementary School, Valley Vista Elementary School, North Royalton Middle School and North Royalton High School as 2020 Purple Star designees. The Purple Star designation recognizes schools that meet important criteria for serving military-connected students and families, including ensuring students’ unique social, emotional and academic needs are being met. Our five buildings were the only schools in Cuyahoga County to receive this recognition.
“We know that when children of military families enroll in our District, there are times when deployment or other issues cause disruption in their lives,” said Superintendent Greg Gurka, North Royalton City Schools. “We are committed to helping families during those times. In addition, we value the relationships that we have with military families and veterans and work to invite them into our schools and recognize them. Whether it is a Veterans Day assembly, flag raising at our varsity football games or simply the high school band's tribute at their end-of-year concert, we value the sacrifice these families are making and strive to support them.”
“We applaud and appreciate your outstanding commitment to serving military-connected students and families in your schools,” said Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria, Ohio Department of Education.