Three local fifth-graders recently were awarded prizes for their winning entries submitted to the “Tobacco-Free” Bookmark Contest.
The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program has become an integral part of Main Street School.
Norwalk sixth-graders made a variety of “artifacts” for their social studies unit.
An anonymous donor paid for 212 Norwalk students to see the movie “Wonder” at the theater.
Anonymous donation treats Main Street School sixth-graders to morning at movies.
Veterans answered questions about their time in the service during a five-person panel.
Annabelle Ortner will be “rubbing elbows” with international students during the 21st GLOBE annual meeting in July.
Suspects say it was a prank on a classmate.
Children’s author Jack Gantos known for writing the “Joey Pigza” and “Rotten Ralph” series
Visitors line side of auditorium to see student-created 'artifacts'
The Main Street School sent home a letter today warning parents.
Principal: Ms. Burns brings science to 'life for the kids'
District to ask voters for 3-mill levy for 1.2 mills that would bring in about $450,000 each year.
Former Globetrotter teaches students about respect, preparation
“Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader” competition takes place in Norwalk.