The NSC e-Newsletter

May 18, 2022

Reminder - No Early Dismissal for Schools on Fridays

To make up for school cancellations this year due to inclement weather and COVID, ALL Normandy schools will have a full day of classes on Friday, May 20 & 27.


This is a change from the board approved calendar.


The last day of school is Friday, May 27.

DESE to Hold Normandy Public Hearing May 24

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) will hold a public hearing on the Normandy Schools Collaborative 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 24 at Beyond Housing, 6506 Wright Way.


The public hearing is an opportunity for the community to share ideas and resources regarding the reaccreditation of the school district. This meeting is open to all Normandy families and community members.


For more information, visit www.dese.mo.gov or view the hearing notice.

Change to Genius Bar Hours for MAP Testing

Please note that during MAP testing, the hours for the district's IT Genius Bar will be changing. The physical location at Normandy High School will be closed as the team will be in the field providing support for schools that are testing.



Tickets that are submitted will be completed as time permits. Technical issues should be sent to helpdesk@normandysc.org. These hours are on a temporary basis and additional changes will communicated as needed.

SLU High Expands STEM Initiative to Normandy Schools

Students at Bel-Nor School in the Normandy Schools Collaborative are participating in an innovative partnership with St. Louis University High School.


For the first time, Normandy fourth and fifth graders participated in the Clavius Project, a collaboration between the district and SLUH, which trains, mentors and supports urban middle school students in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) areas.

Dr. Vivian Johnson, math lead at Bel-Nor School, says the partnership helps address a critical need in this area of study.


“The Clavius Project is a great program that connects students to STEM by providing teacher professional development, skilled volunteers, STEM resources like laptops, robots and 3D printers at a ratio allowing each student to participate,” said Johnson. “The project is preparing students for jobs that have not even been created yet. Students need the coding and technology skills to be prepared for the 21st Century workforce.”


For the full story, visit the Normandy News section on the website: www.normandysc.org

Normandy in the News

Here are some recent news stories featuring our outstanding students, staff and alumni!

Can We Text You? Opt-in For District Text Messages

Emergency school closures? Bus delays? Last-minute schedule changes? It's becoming more common and we can get that information to families & staff quicker via text messaging.


To get text messages from the district, we have to get your permission.

Text 'Y' to 68453.


If you have questions, please visit the website or email info@normandysc.org.

*There is no charge to sign up. Your service provider may charge a fee for text messaging, depending on your plan.

Normandy Schools Collaborative- Join Our Viking Family Today!

Free COVID Testing

Friday, May 20th, 9:30-11am

7855 Natural Bridge Road

St. Louis, MO

NSC is offering free saliva-based COVID-19 testing at the Normandy Early Learning Center via a partnership with Washington University. COVID testing is available at a special drive-through clinic.


If you need a test on a different date, please call 314-454-4269.


For more information, email info@normandysc.org.

DESE Public Hearing

Tuesday, May 24th, 6-7pm

6506 Wright Way

St. Louis, MO

Please visit www.dese.mo.gov for details.


This meeting is open to all Normandy families and community members.

Last Day of School

Friday, May 27th, 8am

3855 Lucas and Hunt Road

St. Louis, MO

The last day of school will be a full-day schedule. Have a safe and enjoyable summer!