Norwood Elementary Receives
In a recent ceremony held in Washington DC, Norwood Elementary School was recognized as a 2016 National School of Character by Character.org for our dedicated focus on our character development program that has had a positive impact on achievement, behavior and school climate. Norwood is the only Baltimore County Public School to achieve this award.
Welcome Students,Parents and Guests
Click here to read an important letter from our Norwood principal, Mrs. Goldys. There is important information you will need to learn more about us!
Norwood Elementary is located in Dundalk, with an enrollment of over 500 students. We are a Title 1 STEM school with 40.0% mobility and 69.0% FARMS. Students receive special education services in a variety of settings in the school. We are a model co-teaching school. All teachers at Norwood are highly qualified.
Norwood Elementary is a STEM school that provides relevant and challenging learning for all of our students. We set suitable learning goals based on a child's individual needs. We strive to overcome potential barriers to learning and assessment for all pupils with a diverse group of education and physical requirements.
Norwood offers a number of extracurricular programs: Music and Movement, Chorus, Art Club, Library and Computer helpers, and Cybersafety. Rapid Readers, Math Movers, First in Math, and afterschool reading/math programs are provided for students in need. The 24 Math Challenge, Challenge Scenarios (project based learning), and Green School environmental activities are also avenues to enrichment.
Norwood fosters parent involvement through Back to School Night, Family Fun Nights, Fall Fest, Spirit Days and Nights, Special Area Night, Fun with Dads, Parent Information Center, May Day/Sports Day, Concerts, Science Fair, and Read With Me.
Click here out our 2015 PERFORMANCE Report Card from MSDE.
Read the new Norwood STEM Brochure for more information about our school.
New Grading Policies for 2016-2017 School Year
Please read the memo and grading policies for this year.