Norwalk City School District

Celebration of the Arts, March 30
Gov Art Show Winners
NMS Art Students
Gov Art Winners
Levi Dickerson, Leeland Ramsey, and Lydia Trost...3 of our students at League who have already read 40 books in 4th grade
Levi Dickerson, Leeland Ramsey, and Lydia Trost...3 of our students at League who have already read 40 books in 4th grade
Congratulations, Anna Little, who placed first in the 5th District American Legion Oratorical on 2/24.
Congratulations, Anna Little, who placed first in the 5th District American Legion Oratorical on 2/24.
100th day of school - Mrs. Steinwart's class
100th day of school - Mrs. Steinwart's class
3rd grade swim lessons
Pleasant award winners
STARS high awards for reading and math
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Mar
30
Celebration of the Arts (Best of the Best K-12 Art and the Colin Du
6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Norwalk High School - Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center
Apr
9
Board Meeting at Norwalk High School
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Norwalk High School Library
Apr
19
Good Friday - No School
ALL-DAY - ALL-DAY
Apr
26
4th Interim Report Day
ALL-DAY - ALL-DAY
May
14
Board Meeting at Norwalk High School
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Norwalk High School - Fisher-Titus Learning Center
May
20
Eagle Creek
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
NOHS LGI, BOED Facilities Use, District Events Calendar
Norwalk History

A History of Norwalk

Revolutionary Roots
Norwalk’s pioneer days began back in New England, shortly after the colonies declared independence from Great Britain in 1776. During the Revolutionary War, the British set fire to Norwalk, Connecticut. Eighty of its 86 buildings were destroyed, including schools, churches and stores.

Firelands Founded
In 1809, the state of Connecticut granted land from its Western Reserve in Ohio as compensation to those who lost property during the British raids. The “Fire Sufferers Lands” became known as the “Firelands.”

More history can be found here

Why are we the Truckers?
Our Future
The future is bright for Norwalk City School District. We strive to provide our students with a well-rounded, rich, and innovative education, while continuously working to improve in everything we do. Whether in the new Pleasant Elementary Lego Lab or the Norwalk Middle School Creation Station, NCSD has committed to providing innovative opportunities for our students to critically and creatively prepare for success in life.  
By the Numbers
2801
Student Enrollment
22
Buses
15
Bus Routes
1081
Miles
2000
Student Computers
1500
Lunches Served Daily
500
Breakfasts Served Daily 
15
3D Printers
9
Athletic Fields
45
Virtual/Augmented Reality Devices
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