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Joe Smith & Simon Antonio – GCFCA Honors 2020 Senior Class with All-Star Selections

NoRo Nation, Congratulations to Joe Smith and Simon Antonio for their selections to the 2020 Greater Cleveland Football Coaches Association All-Star selection.  GO BEARS!! CLEVELAND, Ohio — Despite being unable to play the 48th annual East-West All-Star football game, the Greater Cleveland Coaches Football Association announced its senior rosters on Monday. Those players will receive

Cleveland Clinic Sports Health – News & Tips for the Week of May 25th

From rapidly changing information to shifting to work from home, there’s a lot to be stressed out about. Learn how to stay stress-free during the outbreak. Cleveland Clinic Sports Health is the Official Medical Provider of North Royalton High School. 5 Ways to Manage Stress During the Coronavirus Outbreak Tips for preventing a mental meltdown

OHSAA, ODH & CDC Re-Open Sports Policies

NoRo Nation, Good day.  Hope this email finds you and your families well.  Wanted to updated you on the OHSAA, ODH,  & CDC Re-Open policies for (Ohio) & North Royalton.  This week, North Royalton High School is hosting Graduation on May 26th through May 30th.  I plan to meet with the NR Administration team sometime

NRHS 2020 North Royalton Athletic Booster Scholarships

NoRo Nation, Congratulations to the following student athletes that received a Scholarship Award from the North Royalton Athletic Boosters on Thursday, May 14th, 2020. NRAB $1,000 Scholarship Robert Bottomley (Swimming & Track) will be attending The Ohio State University and Major in Aerospace Engineering Kyle Evanko (Basketball, Soccer & Track) will be attending University of

Cleveland Clinic Sports Health – News & Tips for the Week of May 18th

Just because you aren’t showing symptoms, that doesn’t mean you aren’t carrying the virus. Cleveland Clinic Sports Health is the Official Medical Provider of North Royalton High School. No Signs of Coronavirus? Here’s Why You Could Still Be Carrying (and Spreading) It Studies show carriers with mild or no symptoms are key part of COVID-19