Celebrating Norwin's Past and Supporting Its Future
We help current and future generations of Norwin students achieve the most out of their education.
The Norwin School District Community Foundation works to help Norwin teachers, parents, and students benefit further from their education through grants, scholarship programs, community outreach, and more.
The NSDCF oversees over 25 community scholarship funds, in addition to its own Norwin Alumni & Friends Association scholarships. For 2019, we’re proud to recognize the recipients of the James L. Dudley Memorial Scholarship, Richard W. Murdock Scholarship, David J. Nelson Memorial Scholarship, Paul and Anne Smiy Scholarship, and Thomas J.
This is the second in a series of articles about the history of Norwin and its school system, written by Dr. Ronald B. Surmacz with original research by C.C. Pearsall.
The Norwin School District recently welcomed Dr. Jeffrey M. Taylor as its Superintendent of Schools on July 1, 2019. The NSDCF is proud to welcome Dr. Taylor, and looks forward to working with him in the future.
Dr. Jeffrey M. Taylor Prior to joining Norwin, Dr. Taylor served the North Hills School District as its assistant superintendent from 2012 to 2019 and Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Technology from 2006 to 2012.
On May 23, 2019, members of the Norwin community and past graduates came together in celebration of the accomplishments of seven Distinguished Norwin Alumni, one Distinguished Friend of Norwin, and our graduating NAFA Scholarship recipient.
Those honored included George Koury, Jr. (1977), Heather Newell (1988), John Tirpak (1986), Rebecca Gediminskas (1974), Robin Sleigh Dillon (1973), Ted Kopas (1991), and Tim Kotch (1974).