Latest news and events: North Royalton Middle School
Sports Screenings
Contributed on May 16, 2014 by Jason Fullington, Network & Systems Coordinator/Webmaster

University Hospitals Parma Medical Center will be offering sports screenings at the North Royalton YMCA on May 27, 2014 and at Valley Forge High School on May 29, 2014.

Screenings will begin at 5:30 PM each night. The cost is $20.

For questions, contact U.H. Parma Medical Center sports medicine coordinator Dave Rauch at 440-343-4773. Please have the physical form filled out and signed. Forms are available at the athletics office or at

Summer School 2014
Contributed on May 2, 2014 by Jason Fullington, Network & Systems Coordinator/Webmaster

Information for the North Royalton City Schools summer school program is now available. Click here for more details.

CALAMITY DAYS: Work at-home lessons
Contributed on February 25, 2014 by Jason Fullington, Network & Systems Coordinator/Webmaster

Under present legislation, the North Royalton City Schools have reached the maximum number of calamity days. Should additional calamity days be needed before legislature acts on proposed additional calamity days, it will be necessary to access our Online Calamity Day Plan.

House Bill 153 allows for up to three calamity days to be added if the district provides organized lessons for students to complete online.

All students should complete their regular class schedule of courses for the day school is closed. For example: if your child has gym on the day that school has been cancelled, they should do the gym lesson. If you child does not have art on the closed day, they do not need to complete the art lesson. Lessons are organized by grade level or subject in the system.

If a snow day is called, the following link will be activated:

This link will take you directly to the NR Calamity Day Plans website. Directions are on the website.

Students that do not have access to a computer and internet service will be given the opportunity to make up the work when they return to school.

OHSAA Guidelines
Contributed on May 7, 2013 by Jason Fullington, Network & Systems Coordinator/Webmaster

The eligibility guides contain the basic OHSAA requirements necessary for students to participate in interscholastic athletics along with other key OHSAA regulations. Also included is information on preparticipation evaluations and OHSAA consent forms; information on concussion management and the requirement to sign off on the Ohio Department of Health’s ‘Concussion Information Sheet;’ information on sporting behavior, and overviews on the purpose of interscholastic athletics and the OHSAA. In addition, both guides contain a one-page eligibility checklist, which you may consider collecting from your participants.

It is highly recommended that you take time to review the elements of these guides with student-athletes and their parents during the OHSAA-required preseason meetings(*). Additionally, copies should be distributed to all student-athletes and their parents, coaches and guidance counselors and the link to the guide on the OHSAA website should be posted on your school website. You may also consider inserting the guide within your student-athlete handbook and forwarding the link to the guide to your parents. Links to the eligibility guides on the OHSAA website are as follows:

High School Guide:

7th-8th Grade Guide:

Safe School Helpline
Contributed on February 12, 2013 by Jason Fullington, Network & Systems Coordinator/Webmaster

There are occasionally times when students or parents would like to provide information to a school but hesitate because they do not want their identities known. Providing open, direct communication with the community has long been a basic practice for North Royalton City Schools. The district now offers the Safe School Helpline, another method to allow parents and community to provide input. Click here for more information.

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