The Norwayne Local School District has historically rated very well on the State Report Card. Our challenge as a district is not only to maintain our high ratings but to respond to the new challenges facing education today.
Free computer classes are being offered to the community. The classes will be held at the Norwayne High School Community Computer Lab. To register for a class (seating is limited) please contact The Wayne County Schools Career Center at 330-669-7070.
Please see attached flyer!
Please complete the attached form to nominate the person you believe exemplifies the qualifications listed on the form. Forms must be received by May 1, 2017. Winner will be chosen from the nominations received by that date. With questions, please contact the district office at 330-435-6382.
All aboard for the second annual County Line Trail 5K, 10K, and Rainbow Run on April 22, 2017! The Norwayne High School HPAC's annual event is only getting better this year with a 5K, Rainbow Run, and 10K! In addition to the running festivities, the popular County Line Trail Family Fair will also return with more vendors and booths!
The 2017 County Line Trail 5K, 10K, and Rainbow Run Volunteer Sign-Up is now OPEN! We hope you will be able to join us on April 22, 2017, and take part in this fun-filled community day! Please click on the link below to view the digital sign-up sheet! Thank you for your support!
Feel free to email us with questions!
The Girls Basketball team are selling Dairy Queen Cards. You "Buy One Medium Blizzard and Get One of the same FREE!" Can be used up to 36 times.The card expires on 12/31/2017.
Price: $5.00 each
Norwayne Local Schools have moved to the PayForIt System. This service provides parents with a secure, fast, and convenient way to view and manage student lunch activity.
The Wayne County Sheriff's office is now providing substance abuse awareness notifications and updates through text messaging. Please text the word SALT to 888777 to receive these notifications. Knowledge and awareness of substance abuse by our community members can help in the battle against substance abuse in our area.