Norwalk City School District

Kindergartners' New Years Resolutions
NMS advanced art student works on a self-portrait
Advanced art students work on self potraits
Pleasant Elementary recognized as a High Progress School of Honor by ODE
Mrs. Adkin
Academic Challenge Team
8th grade orchestra students entertained residents at Gaymont Nursing Center
8th grade orchestra students entertained residents at Gaymont Nursing Center
5th Grade Academic Challenge Team Takes 1st Place in Champions of Champions competition
5th Grade Academic Challenge Team Takes 1st Place in Champions of Champions competition
6th grade Beginning Band students Skype with music students from PolandOur students performed a folk song for the students from Poland. Their students performed a Christmas song (singing) for our students.
6th grade Beginning Band students Skype with music students from Poland
3rd grade students participate in the Swim Program at the Rec Center. The Swim Program is sponsored by Fisher-Titus Medical Center.
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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
2000
Student Computers
15
3D Printers
45
Virtual/Augmented Reality Devices
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