Early Dismissal The High School will dismiss at 2:45 on April 8 for the track meet here at Norton. 

No Phone or Internet

We have lost phone and internet connection at the high school and the junior high. This may take some  time to repair. We will let you know when we get services back. We are sorry for the inconvience.

Parents of Norton USD 211 Students Parents of USD 211 students…As you prepare to send your child back to school, we want to share some information to help assure you we are doing what we can to support our staff, students and community after the loss of Mrs. Gay. Our district crisis team has met to formulate a plan for Tuesdayyand this plan will be shared with district employees Monday evening. Support has been offered to Eisenhower staff by members Read more

Kindness Award winners at Eisenhower Elementary for  February 29–March 18 K-Kaydn Webb, Khloe Sowter, Brextyn Loughry, Max Carter and Greeley Sproul 1-Kai Norman and Katrina Tallent 2-Jatin Weigel and Allyson Hale 3-Waylon Black 4-Alexis Wonderly, Marissa Alexander, Bodie Pfannenstiel, Robyn Manning and Ava Worcestor 5-Silas Jones, Olivia Miller, Collin Brooks and Lucas Kenney 6-Kaylah Haley and Cinch Anderson

TMP – Marion Forensics Tournament Results Team Results 1st Place – Norton  2nd Place – Hodgeman County 3rd Place – Abilene Individual Placers Lauren Mordecai – 1st Place – Serious Solo (State Qualifier)  Shelby Mulford/Tyus Henson – 1st Place – Duet (State Qualifier)  Raenee Patterson – 1st Place – Informative (State Qualifier)  Tyus Henson – 1st Place – Humorous Solo (State Qualifier)  Stacie Elliot – 1st Place Impromptu (State Qualifier)  Mariah Addington – 2nd Place – Informative (State Qualifier)  Callie Read more

Blood Drive Norton Community High School is hosting their annual American Red Cross Blood Drive from in the Stull Gymnasium.   Due to construction, we are asking that donors please park in the City lot east of the water tower or in the north parking lot and enter through the NCHS front entrance.   Please do not park in the student parking lot located east of Stull Gym.  Thank you for your cooperation and for helping to save a life!

3-11-16 Newsletter

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK HEALTH CLASS: Students in grades 1-6 will soon begin the health curriculum with units on Human Sexuality. The 1stgraderswill review the names of the basic body parts. They will also be able to identify male and female. The 2ndgraderswill learn the proper names for all the body parts and complete a health program called “Its Your Body: You’re in Charge”. The 3rdgraderswill review the basic body parts and be introduced to the disease AIDS. The 4thgraders Read more