Join us on Monday May 23 at 6pm at Central Office: 90 Town Street! All Norwich Public School teachers, parents and community residents are welcome at our meeting as the Foundation continues to support Norwich Public School classrooms. In the past year, the Foundation has awarded more than $6,850 in learning tools such as Algebra textbooks; Inquiry-based science lab activities; Independent learning stations; and the National Geographic Geography Bee and Traveling Map. We need your help to continue our support of Norwich Public School students!
Sign up quick to join us for our upcoming road race to benefit Norwich Public Schools! To sign up and for more details, click the link here. It will be a fun event that will greatly benefit the children of Norwich as well as provide an exciting day for the town.
The Norwich Public Schools Education Foundation is pleased to announce it recently awarded over $2,300 in grants to Norwich Public School classrooms. Grants include Inquiry-Based Science Lab Activities curriculum at Kelly MS; Math In Movement curriculum combining math skills and physical education at Veterans Memorial; Independent Learning Stations at Huntington; and "Munch Madness" activities at Moriarty, teaching students about nutrition. The NPS Education Foundation has awarded over $31,000 to NPS classrooms in 5 years.
Enjoy a fun night with the family - The 3rd annual Staff Follies takes place 1 week from today: Friday, March 18 at Kelly MS. Doors open 6pm. Show starts 6:30pm. Singing, dancing and talent to entertain you and a 50/50 raffle! The more people, the bigger your take-home prize! Pick up a half price admission ticket for $5 at any NPS school office or at the Rose City Senior Center. Admission at the door is $10. Kids under 14: Free. Special host and entertainer John W. Banker of Connecticut Entertainment.
The Norwich Public Schools Education Foundation is proud to announce Dime Bank has become a Friend of the Foundation. Dime Bank's generosity made it possible for the Foundation to provide document cameras to classrooms at Veterans Memorial School. Document cameras are an essential tool in the 21st century classroom. The NPS Education Foundation thanks Dime Bank and all its sponsors for investing in the promise and potential of Norwich Public School students.
Don't miss your favorite Norwich Public Schools teacher; administrator; or staff person in the 3rd annual Staff Follies-Friday March 18 at Kelly MS 6:30pm! There will be singing, dancing and talent galore! Special host and entertainer John W. Banker of Connecticut Entertainment.
The Norwich Public Schools Education Foundation is pleased to announce it is accepting grant applications for its Winter Grant Cycle. Please see below for a description of the grants available.
Applicants shall include an itemized estimate of each of the costs associated with the proposed grant. Any funds not expended in the performance of the grant shall be returned to the Foundation by the end of the school year. Receipts reflecting the actual expenses of the grant shall be submitted to the Foundation in the grant recipient's end of year report to the Foundation.
The Norwich Public Schools Education Foundation is pleased to announce it has awarded over $4,550 in its Fall 2015 Grant Cycle for the following grants to Norwich Public School classrooms: 11 Genius OSMO interactive iPad education kits; 19 Algebra I textbooks for Kelly MS students taking high school level Algebra; Sensory materials for students with autism; Various level reading books; Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center visits; Math mentor textbooks; and National Geographic Geography Bee and Traveling Map.
Thank you to all artists and patrons for a wonderful evening of fine art and fine wine. Your generosity directly supports the Foundation's mission of maximizing the learning potential of every Norwich Public School student.
Thank you to artists: Cathy T. Chinigo, Bridget Ann Clark, Bill Diodato, Joan Heffernan, Terry Iorio, Marge Izbicki, Lennie Javinett, Merrill Park Keeley, Lisa Lavado, Gabe Lipman, Sandra Bellock Listorti, Arlene Lotz, Elizabeth Nuckels, Barbara Rossitto, Caryn Talyosef, Dan Topalis, Colleen Tramontozzi, Zachary Turner and donated items by Vivian Zoe.