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Reflections..."Within Reach" image Reflections..."Within Reach"

It is time for the annual Reflections Arts Competition. This year's theme is "Within Reach". The categories are: Visual Arts, Photography, Musical Composition, Literature, Dance Choreography, Film/Video Production, and a Special Artist Category. Deadline for entries is November 13th, 2017. Please go to Flyer Central  for rules and entry forms. Don't miss this opportunity to share your talents with the SEL community.


8th Graders Receive CPR Training from University Hospitals image 8th Graders Receive CPR Training from University Hospitals
8th grade students in Mrs. Sarah Budziak’s Health class received CPR training from University Hospitals on Wednesday, October 18th through Friday, October 20th. The training sessions were overseen by Mr. Justin Magill from the University Hospitals EMS Institute, who provided first-hand knowledge and experience of how to properly perform CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) on an individual in the event of an emergency.   
Brush High Schools Girls Soccer Coaches Finalists in Upcoming Awards Ceremony image Brush High Schools Girls Soccer Coaches Finalists in Upcoming Awards Ceremony

The girls Varsity Soccer coaches at Brush High School have been named finalists for the ‘Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award,’ as part of the Greater Cleveland Soccer Coaches Association. The award, which recognizes coaches who go above and beyond the traditional coaching to inspire and empower student-athletes with traits that transcend the sport, such as ethics and integrity, is given annually and presented at a banquet near the end of the season. The Annual Meeting where the coaches will learn if they actually win the award, will take place Sunday, October 22. The association noted that “Brush Girls are extremely friendly and have personable coaches and players. Great sportsmanship from the entire team!” The head varsity coach for the Girls’ Varsity Soccer team is Tim Foerg.   

Orchestra Boosters Chipotle Fundraiser image Orchestra Boosters Chipotle Fundraiser
Join us for a fundraiser to support SEL's Orchestra Boosters on Tuesday, November 14 from 4 to 8 PM, at Chipotle located at 24369 Cedar Rd.  Click here for flyer.  NOTE:  NEW DATE!  Tuesday, November 14. 
Back to the Future image Back to the Future
Friday, October 13, 2017 a time capsule was buried at Notre Dame College to celebrate South Euclid’s centennial. The capsule contains letters to the future from South Euclid Lyndhurst students from Adrian and Rowland Elementary Schools, Greenview Upper Elementary School, Memorial Junior High and Brush High School. The capsule is schedule to be unearthed and opened in 50 years. A second time capsule was buried on October 11, 2017 by the city of Lyndhurst which is also celebrating its centennial. The capsule is buried at Lyndhurst Park and will be unearthed in 100 years. Students from Sunview Elementary School provided letters to the future for that capsule.   
Brush High School’s Very Own Godwin Joe Featured on Local Broadcasts! image Brush High School’s Very Own Godwin Joe Featured on Local Broadcasts!
Brush High School senior Godwin Joe was videotaped and featured on last week’s High School Sports’ Insider program. On the program, Godwin, who plays quarterback for the Brush High School Arcs discusses the team’s success throughout the year and their intent on finishing the season strong to earn a playoff berth. Head coach Jeff Fink discusses Joe’s accomplishments on the field as well. Click here to see the interview. Go Arcs!  
Brush Alumnus Featured at Great Lakes Theater Company image Brush Alumnus Featured at Great Lakes Theater Company
The Brush English Department arranged for 125 students to attend the Great Lakes Theater Company's production of William Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Featured in the cast is Brush alumnus, Jon Loya, Class of 2014 in the role of Demetrius. Jon is currently a senior at Baldwin Wallace where he is majoring in musical theater. Jon's first leading role at Brush was as Prince Charming in Cinderella during his freshman year. Jon also has a significant role in the upcoming production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame also at GLTC. Attending the field trip were Jon's two younger brothers, Nick, Class of 2019 and Stephen, Class of 2021. Following the performance, our students were treated to a Question and Answer period with the cast.   
Sunview Students and Parents Celebrate National Walk to School Day image Sunview Students and Parents Celebrate National Walk to School Day
Approximately seventy-five Sunview Elementary students and their family members celebrated National Walk to School Day on Friday, October 6th. The large group of students and their families met before school at 8 AM at Brainard Park behind Sunview Elementary. Led by Principal Arika Taylor, students and parents refused to let the clouds and light rain dampen their spirits, as they excitedly walked the sidewalks leading from the park to Brainard Road, before turning onto Meadow Wood Boulevard, and finishing at the Sunview Gym. Members of the Lyndhurst City Police Department escorted the students and their families throughout the entire walk.   
Greenview Hosts Family Fun Night image Greenview Hosts Family Fun Night
On Wednesday, October 4th, Greenview Upper Elementary hosted a Family Fun Night event in the playground area behind the school. The evening provided students and their families the opportunity to celebrate ‘Arc pride” and spend time together along with the Greenview staff. Families enjoyed hot dogs, chips and other refreshments, and could purchase desserts at a bake sale sponsored by the Greenview PTA and coordinated by National Elementary Honor Society students. The event also featured face painting, music, games on the outdoor field and other fun activities. Greenview Upper Elementary would like to thank all parents and students who attended Fall Family Fun Night for helping to make the event a huge success!  
Wizard of Oz Skit Teaches Sunview Students About Positive Behavior image Wizard of Oz Skit Teaches Sunview Students About Positive Behavior
Students at Sunview Elementary learned valuable lessons about the importance of positive choices and behavior through a fun and creative skit based on the classic book and motion picture, The Wizard of Oz. Titled “A Bucket Filling Wizard of Oz,” the original skit promoted the schoolwide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) program and it’s new “Bucket Filling” theme. Students learned about character traits and behaviors including grit, safety, taking responsibility for actions, attendance and respecting others through the characters from The Wizard of Oz, which were played by Sunview administrators, teachers and staff. The cast included Principal Arika Taylor as Dorothy, Heather Thrane as Scrarecrow, Daren Stahl as Tin Man, Abena Johnson as Lion and Sharon Willis as The Queen. Throughout the 2017-18 school year, students will be challenged to fill up their classroom’s bucket by demonstrating acts of kindness and good citizenship. One ‘Arc’ per classroom will be recognized each week for his or her efforts in the “Bucket Filling” challenge. Stay tuned for future updates from Sunview Elementary.  
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