NORWOOD, Sept 26—Norwood school buildings are taxed to capacity in spite of a large building program and the biggest school plant in the history of the town.
The figures show an increase over the estimate in the number of pupils in the primary grades. The estimated number in grammar school grades was 1950, while the actual recorded registration so far is 1957.
Only 25 boys or girls who received work certificates this year have returned to school. The cause is that the youngsters have been attracted by the high wages prevailing in the industries.
This Day In Norwood History-December 5, 1903-Hon Frank A. Fales Will Begin Duties as Norwood’s New Postmaster
Norwood’s list of war casualties mounted higher today when it was learned that two more local servicemen have been wounded in action in France, both seriously. They are Pfc. Charles…
This Day in Norwood History-December 5, 1944-Thomas Connelly To Appear On ’Double Or Nothing’
This Day in Norwood History-December 5, 1944-Selectmen Delay Vote On Beacon Lot Until Chairman Butters Returns From Illness
The Beacon School Town Has Offer For Corner Lot; Future Library Plans Involved An interesting conflict of responsibilities developed last night at a conference between the trustees of the Morrill…