Dear NRCS Families,
It is hard to imagine that it is March and the end of the school year is only a few months away. However, it goes without saying, March will be filled with numerous and exciting community engagement opportunities.
After a two-year hiatus, the North Ridgeville Dodgeball Tournament returns! The tournament is for a great cause as all proceeds benefit North Ridgeville Ranger Council, which organizes family nights, assemblies, and awards scholarships for seniors. The tournament is on Friday, March 11 at 6 p.m. in the NRAC gym. Tickets are $7. Get there early as tickets are limited due to capacity.
In March, there are musical concerts to be performed by our talented Academic Center students. There is also a Night of Jazz, which is a free concert. Donations will be accepted to support the North Ridgeville Band Boosters and the Pam Viers Memorial Scholarship Fund. Click here to view the district calendar for dates and times of the events.
To maintain the wonderful programs and opportunities provided to students, the North Ridgeville City Schools will be on the May 3, 2022 ballot for a new operating levy (Issue 6). Issue 6 will enable the continuation of current academic programming, educational offerings, and will assist the district with its continued rapid enrollment growth. To learn more information about Issue 6 click here.
I hope to see you at the dodgeball tournament or musical performances taking place this March. I also encourage you to read the information about Issue 6 and how it benefits our students and staff.