Thanksgiving Meal Donations

For the third year, Old Point National Bank (Norge Crossing Office) has partnered with Norge Elementary School to provide Thanksgiving meals to those in need.  The meals are made possible through employee contributions of food and volunteer hours, and the generosity of the Bank’s customers who also contributed countless food items and $400 in cash.  Pictured are Sylvia Hazelwood, Vice President of Old Point National Bank, Veronda Matthews, Assistant Principal of Norge Elementary School and Fran Delo, Senior Administrative Assistant of Norge Elementary School.

Twin Day Minecraft Style


Two fourth grade boys and two fifth grade girls dress the same for Twin Day on November 14th.  Also pictured are the staff members who showed their Twin Day Spirit.

Federal Impact Aid Forms

Please fill out and sign a Federal Impact Aid form for each individual child when you come to your parent teacher conferences.  Thank you!

Veteran’s Day 2014

Norge Elementary honored the veterans and military families in our Roadrunner community on November 11, 2014.  Each military family was invited to attend a special breakfast, with food provided by the Norge Elementary School staff.  The Norge Student Council presented a program honoring our veterans’ service to our country.  The program included music provided by the third grade students,  Norge Chorus, and Advanced Recorders.  Also, Taylor, Aiden, Chelsea, Brionna and Julianna read essays they wrote explaining what it is like to grow up in a military family.

You can check out the WYDaily report on our program at

3rd Grade Reads eBooks on iPads


Students in Mrs. Vipavetz’s class used iPads to access ebooks.  The students read nonfiction books on the website TrueFlix. TrueFlix is a subscription-based literacy resource for schools and libraries.  Williamsburg Regional Library ( provides access to this resource for all patrons in their service area. 

Math is Sweet in 5th Grade

5th grade math students in Mrs. Collins’s class used skittles to learn about percents.  The students worked in groups to calculate the fraction, decimal and percent of each color out of 100 Skittles.  They then created a “skittles graph” to represent their data.

Collins Math