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SEL Schools Seeks Input

Please join us on Monday, November 3, for a forum to discuss the districts Federal Programs; Title One Grant and IDEIA Grant (Individuals With Disabilities Education Improvement Act).  The forum is specifically intended for all parents of children with disabilities in grades K-12.  We hope to see you on November 3, at 6 PM at the Administration Building (5044 Mayfield Rd., Lyndhurst).  See attached

Former Brush Parent Conducts Workshop with AP Photography Students

Former Brush parent and district resident Greg Martin recently conducted a workshop with AP Photography students at Brush HS on Wednesday, October 8th. The workshop focused on the history and process of Collodion wet plate printing, an earlier photographic process that was used extensively during the Civil War era, to capture images from the conflict, in addition to portraits and landscapes. Mr. Martin presented photographs he created using the wet plate process and also took portraits with the students.

(Photo: Senior, Micayla Moss & Greg Martin)

Memorial Junior High Groups Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer Research

 In honor of breast cancer awareness month, which is celebrated each year during the month of October, nearly thirty seventh and eighth grade Memorial Junior High students walked in the rain, proudly wearing their pink colored clothing in order to help promote awareness and knowledge for this disease.

Scholastic Book Fair

The Memorial Junior High School Library and the PTA will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair Monday, November 17 through Friday, November 21. Students will be visiting the Book Fair with their Social Studies class. The Fair will be stocked with school supplies and reading materials for all ages. This is a great opportunity for students to purchase reading materials for themselves and for holiday gifts. 

Brush Arcs Marching Band on Fox 8 News

Check out the Brush Arcs Marching Band in their appearance on Fox 8 News this past Friday morning. According to director, Mrs. Kaylee Flynt, "The kids were great and had more fun than they thought they were going to! It was a great experience!"

Brush Arcs Marching Band on Fox 8 News

SEL Fall 2014 Arc Pride Newsletter

The SEL Schools’ Arc Pride newsletter is available for viewing by clicking here. For this very first edition of the school year, Arc Pride Volume II, Issue I provides a summary of the recently published SEL Schools Quality Profile. The Quality Profile is a community-oriented companion to the state report card which features academic, co-curricular, student leadership, activities and financial information about the SEL Schools. Superintendent Reid also presents the community with a welcome message, and spotlights Karl Williamson, our new principal at Brush High School. Please keep an eye out for the hard copy publication, which will hit community mailboxes in the next week or so.

Title I Parent Meeting

Please plan on attending the Title I parent meeting, which is being held on Monday, 11/3 at 6 PM.

The purpose of the meeting is to gather your input on how we can improve the Title I services and program in each of our qualifying buildings. Parents from all SEL Schools are invited to attend this event to learn more about each building’s Title I School-Wide plan, the Ohio Improvement Process, the use of funds for students with disabilities as well as other requirements related to the No Child Left Behind Act.

For more information and to RSVP (by October 30), click here.

Michael Baio Qualifies for Regionals

Congratulations to the boys and girls cross-country teams for their strong effort at the District Cross-Country Championship on Saturday, 10/18.

As a team the boys finished in eighth place which is the best finish for the team in seven years.  The girls finished ninth place which is the best finish for the team in nine years.

A special congratulations goes out to junior Michael Baio for placing 15th and qualifying for the Regional Cross-Country Championship to be held at Boardman High School next Saturday 10/25/2015. 

Greenview Students Have "Time of Their Lives", with First Lady Michelle Obama

Students from Greenview Upper Elementary School had the "time of their lives", according to building Principal Reginald Holland on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, as they had the opportunity to visit First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House. The visit is a result of the SEL Schools participation in the federal Farm-to-Fork Program, in partnership with the USDA, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health and Red Basket Farms, which supplies fresh food to students in the district. 

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MAC Jewels and MAC Scholars Breast Cancer Awareness Walk

MAC Jewels and MAC Scholars will be walking for their loved ones that have passed away or have beaten Breast Cancer.  The walk is on Tuesday, October 21, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the students will walk from Memorial Junior High School to Planet Fitness at Richmond Town Square.   The student organizations plan to make this an annual event in an effort to support the fight against breast cancer.  Way to go!

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