Monday, December 24, 2012
Winter sports at Norton High School.
Varsity Wrestling Norton 42 - Newton North 29 Norton 24 - North Attleboro 42 Norton 66 - Plymouth North 18 Norton 55 - Wakefield 15 Norton 58 - Georgetown 22 Norton 43 - Triton 30 Norton 36- Hingham 39 Norton 56- Hopkinton 12 Norton 47- Somerset-Berkley 28 AMSA 75-0 W Norton- 220 Southeastern- 149 Somerset/Berkley- 149 Wakefield- 114 Canton- 96 Xaverian- 90 Norton 57 - Weston 10 Norton 45 - Oliver Ames 30 Norton 56 - Billerica 18 Norton 53 - Tyngsboro 23 Norton 55 - Cohasset 12 Norton 48 - North Quincy 0 Norton 42 - Wayland 30 Norton 40 - Bristol-Plymouth / Coyle-Cassidy 9 Norton 57 - Tri-County 21 Varsity Swimming Meets start 7 p.m. at Wheaton College unless otherwise noted. 64-37, L Winter Track Girls: 6th Boys: 4th Vs. Medway Girls:42-…
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Scores released by Department of Education Wednesday.
MCAS scores were released by the Department of Education Wednesday, revealing that most Norton students performed in the proficient or higher range in all subjects. Out of 1,506 Norton students, 76 percent placed Proficient or Higher compared to the state’s 69 percent. Sixty-five percent were in the Proficient or Higher category for mathematics while the state is at 59 percent. For science and technology, 61 percent were deemed Proficient or Higher to the state’s 54 percent. The only instances where state percentages exceeded Norton’s as a whole were in the categories for Needs Improvement and Warning/Failing. The category Norton struggled with the most is eighth grade science and technology, where the majority of students at 43 percent …
Sunday, December 5, 2010
State Representative sends letter of congratulations to superintendent Dr. Patricia Ansay.
Sunday, December 5, 2010
Dear Patricia, I would like to extend sincere congratulations for Norton ranking 47th in the state for last year's MCAS scores. I was extremely proud to see that the Norton School District ranked within the top 50 in the state, this is quite an achievement. It is not only a tribute to the students of Norton, but also for the teachers, administration, School Committee, and the entire community. Producing such high results is a difficult task for all of the individuals within a school district, and Norton has risen to the challenge. I wish you the best of luck with next year's test, and have no doubt that Norton will prove to be successful once again. The students at Norton schools are lucky to have hardworking teachers and administrators …