US History teacher Amanda Sandoval named the first of four Teachers of the Year in Riverside County
Aisha Randhawa is one of the 45 finalists in the Scripps National Spelling Bee!
Students in Mr Bennett's 8th grade history class bring history of Norco to life!
Persons interested in being considered for appointment to the Citizens’ Oversight Committee
UC President Janet Napolitano and UCR Chancellor Wilcox Visit Roosevelt High School
Congratulations to April's Board of Education Student Recognition Recipients.
Norco Intermediate School Core Principles
We believe that students, parents and school staff, working in collaboration, generate greater student learning and success.
We believe in setting high expectations for all students, and that a positive relationship between student and teacher is the foundation for student learning and achievement of goals.
We believe that students must be held individually accountable in a fair, consistent system of behavior management, and celebrated for their achievements.
We believe students achieve their academic potential when teachers collaborate and share best practices to offer engaging, differentiated, quality instruction.
We believe strong school leadership supports access to technology and creative programs to help our students achieve their potential in a global community.
We believe a high level of staff morale and motivation is realized through positive attitude, being respectful of each other, and being professionally accountable.