District News
Orchestra Visits Playhouse Square

SEL Orchestra Director, Kristina Baric, took her high school orchestra students on a wonderful field trip to the Idea Center at Playhouse Square. Students visited the studio and had the opportunity to listen to great music and hear two holocaust survivors speak about their experience. The chamber ensemble "panoramicos" performed a piece entitled "I remember" which is based on the diary of Anne Frank.

Sunview Students Stimulated by STEM Lab Activity

Sunview students are discovering a new world of experimentation combined with education as part of the district’s effort to help bolster the science and math curriculum through the construction of STEM labs in various buildings. This district-wide effort to enhance Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills (S.T.E.M.) is helping to prepare students with 21st Century Skills.

The Secret Garden

Congratulations to the following SEL students who have been cast in the Academy For The Performing Arts production of The Secret Garden: Uma Singh, Natalie Novakovic, Dorian Davis, Mikayla Cox-Graham, Ashley Shaw and Xavier GibsonThe Secret Garden previews Oct 29 at 7:30 p.m. (free of charge; open seating) with performances on October 30 & 31 at 7:30 p.m. and November 1 at 2:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center at Chagrin Falls High School.  Purchase tickets online or call (440) 715-4004. 

Adrian STAR Students

Thursday, October 1, 2015 the Adrian Star students kicked off the month of October with their monthly PBIS and Word of the month assembly. The students reviewed ways to show RESPECT, the Word of the Month for September. Students were recognized for showing respect at home and at school. Click on "read more" to learn more and find out which students are Adrian Stars!

Notre Dame College Student Athletes Visit Adrian

Thursday, October 1, 2015, 20 student athletes from Notre Dame College came to speak at the Adrian Scholars and Rubies monthly meeting. They discussed the importance of making choices and saying yes to good grades. They also discussed the importance of having a backup career and accountability. They truly inspired the Adrian boys and girls to continue to strive for academic excellence, conduct themselves with dignity, and to respect others. We thank The Notre Dame football team and their coaches for making this possible.

Super ARCS!

Students and staff at Arc Learning Academy are participating in a positive incentive program. Each month of the '15-'16 school year, staff members will vote for their top two “Super Arc” students of the month. ALA’s top two Super Arcs will be announced the 1st school day of the month. Super Arcs will receive a certificate of achievement, a gift card to a local restaurant, and have their photo displayed on ALA’s student of the month bulletin board in the main office for all to see, as well as on the district website.  In addition we are also celebrating a staff member of the month. To find out how to become a Super Arc, and to see September's Super Arcs, click on "read more".


Memorial Students Participate in First Quarter PBIS Event

All Memorial Junior High students had the opportunity to participate in the First Quarter PBIS Event during the afternoon on Friday, October 2nd. PBIS, which stands for Positive Behavior Intervention System, is offered once each grading quarter, and is designed to model and teach positive classroom behavior while providing students rewards for meeting specific goals. Participation was opened up to all students in order to provide them an opportunity to experience a PBIS event, as well as to motivate them to meet the criteria to participate in future PBIS activities.

ConnectED - A Library Card For Every Student

Cuyahoga County Public Library and the South Euclid Lyndhurst School District are supporting the national ConnectED initiative: a Library Challenge to ensure that all students receive public library cards.

During the month of October, every SEL Student will receive a Cuyahoga County Public Library card for free. This card can be used at any of the Cuyahoga County Public Library Branches to check out books, use the Internet and Databases or Download e-books for free. If you do not want your child to have a card, please complete the opt out form that you received from your child’s school and return it to your child’s teacher on or before Wednesday, 10/7, 2015. Forms are also available at your child’s school office or by clicking on "read more".

PTA Reflections 2015 - Let Your Imagination Fly

Calling all writers, musicians, dancers, and artists! PTA announces their annual Reflections Art Competition. The theme for 2015 is Let Your Imagination Fly. The competition is open to all students, grades Pre-K through 12th.  The deadline for entries is Tuesday, November 24th, with the show taking place on Thursday, December 3rd, at Brush High School.

The Reflections program, seeks to celebrate The Arts, and foster creativity and innovation in an educational setting!

Please click here for more information.  

Students Perform Mock Trial With Judge Bozza

Memorial 7th and 8th grade STEP UP and ALPHA students partook in an amazing enrichment opportunity with Judge Mary Kay Bozza in the Lyndhurst Municipal Court. The students performed a Mock Trial and received instruction on the judiciary process in America and hopefully gained insight into the dangers they will face as they encounter peer pressure and difficult choices as they maneuver through adolescence into adulthood. Future lawyers extraordinaire!  A special thank you to the Lyndhurst Court for providing this wonderful opportunity.


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