INTRODUCING OUR 2021 RECIPIENTS...
Crossroads Youth and Family Services
Crossroads Youth and Family Services is a nonprofit that has served the Norman community, including many Norman North students, for over 50 years. As the sole youth shelter in Cleveland County, they serve runaway and homeless youth as well as clients referred to them by the Department of Human Services. Crossroads also provides education for children from six weeks to five years old through the Head Start and Early Start programs they host. Alongside this, they offer quality outpatient counseling services for children and families.
Learn more about Crossroads Youth and Family Services HERE
A beloved math teacher at Norman North High School, Twyla Hart was diagnosed with breast cancer in March of 2020. Throughout the Covid-19 quarantine in the spring, she bravely went through chemotherapy. Without skipping a beat, Mrs. Hart returned to work in August and continues to impact each and every one of her students. She will continue to go through treatment until the spring of 2021.