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 Norwin School District Community Foundation is sponsoring Days of Giving in conjunction with Norwin’s Homecoming Week festivities that include the Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet on Thursday night, the Homecoming Court and football game on Friday night, and the Homecoming parade on Saturday morning. This annual event provides an opportunity for you to give back to your school community through a tax-deductible donation for educational programs and scholarships benefitting Norwin students from Wednesday, September 25th through Sunday, September 29th.
This is the third 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 Alumni and Friends Association (NAFA) Board of Directors approved revisions to the NAFA Bylaws on Monday, August 17, 2019. The revisions addressed two main concerns:
Effective immediately, NAFA membership will consist only of Life Members and Annual Members. Sponsor memberships have been eliminated entirely as the Board of Directors felt is was asking too much of the Norwin Business Community to invest in a membership and then also be asked throughout the year to sponsor individual events and/or purchase event program ads.
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.