Town of Norwood Senior High School 245 Nichols St, Norwood, MA02062 With just more than 1,000 registered students, Norwood Senior High School is the only public high school for the town of…More Norwood. The school has a full academic schedule as well as arts programs and sports teams, for which the mascot is the Mustangs.
Norwood Extended Daycare 275 Prospect St, Norwood, MA02062 Norwood Extended Daycare is a fee-based, after-school care program available to Norwood Public School students in grades…More k-12, exclusively. It is located inside the James R. Savage Education Center. Students are bused to the site from their respective schools. Parents are responsible for picking them up by 6pm.
Norwood Public Access TV 245 Nichols St, Norwood, MA02062 Norwood Public Access TV (NPA-TV) is an independent not-for-profit group that brings Norwood residents local coverage of…More town government, news and sporting events, as well as other locally produced programming. The offices and studio were previously located at Norwood High School and are currently stationed at Town Hall. You can also watch past and current local government meetings on NPA-TV's website.
Then central adminstration offices for the Norwood public schools are located within the James R. Savage Educational…More Center at 275 Prospect St. Here, you'll find the Superintendent and Assistent Superintendent of Schools, and the directors and staff of finance, operations, and transportation, as well as the offices for buildings and grounds, food services, technology and special education.
The adminstration offices have several entrances. The handicap entrance for the building is located at the far right end--the end closest to Prospect street.
Phoenix School 275 Prospect St, Norwood, MA02062 Located inside the James R. Savage Education Center at 275 Prospect Street, the Phoenix School does not fall under the…More purview of the Norwood Public Schools Administration. It's an alternative middle and high school for students with learning and emotional difficulties. This school is part of the Education Cooperative, which has its main offices in Dedham.
Following the guidelines of the Rotary International, the Rotary Club of Norwood is a service club that encourages…More public service and organization. The organization is open to people of all races, colors, creeds, genders and beliefs. Rotary International fosters and encourages service to the community, selflessness and ethics and advocates for world peace.
The Rotary Club of Norwood hands out several awards each year, the most notable being the Roy Smith Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded to a graduating senior at Blue Hills Regional School who best exemplifies the ideals of Rotary International. Call for additional information on scholarship opportunities.
The Rotary Club of Norwood meets Wednesday evenings.
First Baptist Church 71 Bond St, Norwood, MA02062 First Baptist Church is located at 468 Walpole Street near downtown Norwood and welcomes the public to its open…More parish. The historic church was built in 1859 as the South Dedham Baptist Society and changed its name at that time. Mass and Sunday school are available every Sunday at 10:30am.