Head Start Program
Our Norwood History
Norwood Readiness Centre moves into a house at 11560-95th A Street.
Norwood Readiness Centre and House changes its name to Norwood Community Service Centre.
The new “Norwood Centre” opens at 9516-114th Avenue, and NCSC and NNA move into their new home in August.
Norwood Community Service Centre staff produce a video entitled A Day in the Life.
The Norwood Community Service Centre changes its name to the Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre.
Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre undertakes an “Extreme Makeover” project to upgrade with new paint, floorings, windows and kitchen cabinetry.
Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre partners with RJ Scott School to open the second Parent Link in northeast Edmonton. The Parent Link will provide programs and services at the school as well as throughout various northeast communities.
Norwood Readiness Centre is established to enhance the learning potential of 5 year olds. Operations began out of the basement of Norwood United Church.
Norwood Neighbourhood Association is established with the objective to preserve and improve Norwood as a low-density family neighbourhood.
Construction of Norwood Golden Manor, Norwood’s first home for seniors, completed. NNA and NCSC were both involved during planning, design and construction phases.
The Norwood Community Service Centre completes a Community Needs Assessment in order to stimulate the planning and future direction of programs, services and activities.
The Community Action Program is established and begins operating out of Norwood Centre.
The Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre hosts a reunion for former Board members and past Executive Directors to celebrate its 38 years of history.
The Centre extends its hours to evenings and weekends as well as broadens its capacity to serve children and families city wide.
Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre’s 50th Jubilee – celebrating fifty years of healthy beginning that resonate for generations.