Electronic Kiosk Brings History to Life
North Royalton High School Installs Wall of Fame Interactive Kiosk in New Wing
As part of the North Royalton High School construction project, the District installed a 65” Wall of Fame kiosk (location in the building) that will display present and historical content.
The community will be able to electronically access yearbooks, class photos, commencement programs electronically as well as click on other categories including athletics, academics, history, clubs/activities, arts, distinguished alumni and District-wide information.
The content will be available both on the kiosk and on the District’s website. Anyone with internet access can view the content. A link is on the District website. Information continues to be added so the community is encouraged to check back regularly.
“I have already seen students and staff members using the kiosk and there is real excitement when they realize that with just a touch, they can explore the decades of yearbooks and other school history,” said Principal Sean Osborne, North Royalton High School. “This is a great way to celebrate the legacy and history of North Royalton High School.”
“It has been great to work with North Royalton City Schools on this project,” said President John Townsend, VitalSigns Wall of Fame. “We are so proud to be a small part of the new addition to the school. We are confident the North Royalton High School Wall of Fame will bring more of the School District’s legacy out to the community.”