Norwell Public Schools stands firmly against racism. As an educational institution and a part of the Norwell community, we will continue to work towards fostering communication and creating a safe and inclusive environment . Please see this list of resources for discussing racism.
The mission of Norwell Public Schools, in partnership with the community, is to provide excellence in education through a challenging and supportive environment, empowering students to be versatile, innovative, and responsible citizens who are prepared to navigate and contribute to a dynamic global society.
Resources for communicating with students about COVID-19:
Resources for Your or Loved Ones’ Mental Health:
Resources for Self Care:
Resources for Keeping Active:
Pediatricians are available by telemed. Many offices are making physicians and nurses available, so don’t be afraid to reach out with questions and concerns about physical or mental health.
Parental Helping Parents Stress Line 1 800 632 8188
Aspire Health Alliance Crisis Team 1 800-852-2844 This team is available to assist in evaluating mental health crisis, and level of care necessary. They offer scheduled appointment times outside of the hospital.
Outpatient services (617) 769-7200 via Telehealth are available
Please see Superintendent Keegan's letter to parents and staff dated July 30, 2020 regarding the upcoming School Committee Meeting.
Join us for a discussion of the three learning models the state requested Norwell to submit. The meeting will be on Zoom. Please find the link HERE.
The agenda can be found HERE.