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Free Meals for Children
Posted on 04/20/2021
Free meals for all children are available for pick up at locations around the city through the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.  READ MORE... about Free Meals for Children
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Early Dismissal for All Students on Monday, May 10, 2021
Posted on 04/19/2021
Each year, the Connecticut State Department of Education requires that K-3 elementary teachers participate in the Foundations of Reading Survey. The purpose of this survey is to identify strengths and weaknesses, so that professional development can be scheduled to improve reading instruction practices. As a result, to make sure that all teachers are able to complete this required reading survey, there will be early dismissal for all students districtwide on Monday, May 10, 2021.  READ MORE... about Early Dismissal for All Students on Monday, May 10, 2021
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NPS District Named One Of The Country's Best School Districts For Music Education 2021
Posted on 04/09/2021
Norwalk Public Schools is pleased to announce that for the second year in a row the district was named one of the best communities in the country for music education by the NAMM Foundation. NPS was one of 686 school districts to earn this distinction, including neighboring school systems Wilton, Weston, Westport, Danbury, Darien and Milford.   READ MORE... about NPS District Named One Of The Country's Best School Districts For Music Education 2021
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Delay for Return to In Person Learning at Middle and High Schools
Posted on 04/01/2021
Norwalk Public Schools will delay the switch from hybrid learning to full in-person learning for middle and high schools.   READ MORE... about Delay for Return to In Person Learning at Middle and High Schools
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NPS Spotlight: District Food Service Staff
Posted on 03/24/2021
The Norwalk Board of Education is proud to recognize the district food service staff for their unwaveringly commitment to NPS students each day.   READ MORE... about NPS Spotlight: District Food Service Staff
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New CDC Guidelines for Learning
Posted on 03/22/2021
With last week’s new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, Norwalk Public Schools is pleased to announce that the district will now be able to make additional space available for in-person learning.   READ MORE... about New CDC Guidelines for Learning
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Statement from the Norwalk Board of Education and Norwalk Public Schools On Recent Violence in Georgia
Posted on 03/20/2021
The Board of Education and Norwalk Public Schools offer our deepest sympathies to the families and friends of the victims in this week’s senseless violence in Georgia.  READ MORE... about Statement from the Norwalk Board of Education and Norwalk Public Schools On Recent Violence in Georgia
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Facilities Review Looks to the Future of NPS Learning Environments
Posted on 03/04/2021
As we develop the new Strategic Plan to help ensure that all students leave grade 12 ready for future college or career success, NPS understands the need to analyze and address the current state of our facilities and buildings.   READ MORE... about Facilities Review Looks to the Future of NPS Learning Environments
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Norwalk Public Schools Joins Verizon Innovative Learning to Bring Internet Access, Devices And Technology Coaches to Middle Schools
Posted on 03/04/2021
Norwalk Public Schools is pleased to announce that Nathan Hale, Ponus Ridge and West Rocks middle schools have been selected to participate in Verizon Innovative Learning beginning with the 2021-22 school year.   READ MORE... about Norwalk Public Schools Joins Verizon Innovative Learning to Bring Internet Access, Devices And Technology Coaches to Middle Schools
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Approved City Budget Will Require Tough Choices for NPS
Posted on 02/25/2021
This week, the Common Council voted 10-5 to approve a budget cap for the 2021-22 citywide budget that was $1 million less than the budget recommended by the City of Norwalk’s chief financial officer. The school budget recommended by the City was already $5 million less than the Board of Education requested.   READ MORE... about Approved City Budget Will Require Tough Choices for NPS