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Amy Chen Places Second in Speech Contest

Congratulations to Amy Chen, a 10th grade student at Brush High School, who participated in the Hillcrest Rotary Club 4 Way Speech Contest and won second place. The purpose of the speech was to solve an ethical problem using the principles of the Four-Way Test. The Four-Way Test is one of the guiding principles for Rotarians of the things we think, say and do.

1.Is it the TRUTH?
2.Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3.Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4.Is it BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

Each student gave a 4-7 minute speech on any topic, issue, or situation. The ethical problem to be solved was something from the speaker's personal experience or general knowledge. There were no restrictions regarding the choice of topic as long as it was not blatantly offensive.   
 

Gifted Students at Greenview Upper Elementary School Host Invention Convention

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Greenview Upper Elementary School STEP UP program participants showed off their research skills and innovative pursuits earlier this week by devising their own respective inventions, and showcasing them for judges and visitors to the building. Performing research with the US Patent’s Office, and then developing inventions, SEL’s STEP UP program includes students who are cognitively gifted, and who set aside time as part of their program to enhance their creativity skills by developing real world inventions. This invention competition featured approximately 30 Greenview students in grades 4 through 6 who developed such creative ideas as a new padded slipper with Neoprene, a toothbrush which electronically applied toothpaste, a portable fish tank and a modified toaster which makes toasted peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
 

Brush High School FLIGHT Program Taking Action to Improve Environment

As a way to help improve the overall environment, and to aid some specific creatures in need, a handful of FLIGHT Program students at Brush High School recently took the first steps to learn more about suitable ecological practices, and to take action to enhance the surrounding habitat. Through a partnership with the Greater Cleveland Metroparks, Brush High FLIGHT students and City of Lyndhurst Mayor Joe Cicero spent an early spring afternoon planting milkweed seeds that will germinate in the science classroom and green house facility of Mr. Marth, and which will be later transported to a nearby park for final planting.
 

International Artist Antonia Cruz Conducts Workshop at Brush

Brush students enrolled in AP Photography had the special opportunity to participate in a workshop led by international artist Antonia Cruz, on Thursday, March 12th. Cruz, who is visiting the U.S. from her native Chile, possesses a unique approach which incorporates photography, painting and the digital manipulation of the two mediums in her artwork. During the workshop, Cruz presented examples of her artwork to the students. Following the presentation, students were given the task of researching a photographer who they were not familiar with. Students then applied their research by creating a portrait using techniques inspired by the selected artist.
 

Eat Wings, Raise Money!

Join the Brush Vocal Music Boosters at BW-3's on Monday, April 13th  from 5-10 PM to help raise money for the Vocal Music Boosters.  Buffalo Wild Wings will donate 15% of all pre-tax sales (less any promotional discounts) to the organization, which will supply the funds for next year’s scholarships for students in need of financial assistance with fees.   Either bring the certificate or mention you are supporting the Brush Vocal Music Boosters.  Thank you for your support!
 

Sunview Students Make Presentation at Board Meeting

Sunview students needed additional challenging curriculum to help stretch them as many were reading well above grade level. The students began learning about Greek and Latin Roots and then using Chrome Slides to create engaging, dynamic presentations to teach the other students in their class about these roots. The students learn 5 different roots every other week and are then given a quiz on which they have to apply their root word knowledge to decipher new and challenging vocabulary.  On March 17, six of Ms. Erwin's students shared one of their "Greek and Latin Root Words" Presentations at the Board meeting and then gave the Board members a short quiz to check their knowledge!  The students assisted the Board members and all Board members received excellent scores! Board Vice President Alfreda Wynne and Superintendent Reid then seized the opportunity to be photographed with the students.  

Offering Opportunities that Address the Needs of All Students

As part of our Strategic Plan, supporting the overall growth of students,  the gifted education program has been busy with enrichment activities this year. The 7th, and 8th graders recently attended a creativity workshop at Beck Center for the Arts. The Beck Center and the Cuyahoga County Educational Service Center host this outstanding event that offers this enrichment opportunity to the South Euclid Lyndhurst School District. Students rotate into different stations and activities. This educational experience specifically works on creativity skills, group interaction, and makes learning fun!  

Memorial Math Students Perform in City Wide Math Competition

The identified gifted math students faired well in the GCCTM math competition at Mayfield Middle School on Saturday March 7th. The Greater Cleveland Counsel of Teachers of Mathematics host this tournament every year. It involves a triple play of mathematical thinking; problem solving, mental math, and a relay race of quick thinking math scenarios that need to be solved rapidly. Our math students are without a doubt some of the best minds in the city. All of our teams came home with a ribbon! For more information about this wonderful event check out the GCCTM website: mygcctmonline.org
 

Student Athletes Recognized at Board Meeting

Trenton Miller and Asya Reynolds, both seniors, were recognized at the Board of Education meeting on March 17 for their accomplishments at the state level in their respective sports. Miller capped off his career at Brush by finishing fourth at the Division I Bowling State Tournament. In the final game of his career he threw seven consecutive strikes for a high game of 245. He finished the day with a 635 series earning first-team All-Ohio honors. Reynolds capped off her indoor season by winning the Long Jump during the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches Indoor State Championships. She won the Long Jump with a winning jump of 17 feet, 7 inches and also finished sixth place in the 60m hurdles with a time of 9.45 seconds.  Congratulations to both athletes!

The athletes are pictured with Board President Cassandra Jones and Superintendent Reid.
   

Sally Tibjash Wins Nurse of the Year Award

Congratulations to Sally Tibjash on winning the School Nurse of the Year Award from the Ohio PTA.  Tibjash is the Health Service Coordinator for SEL Schools.  She will be recognized at the 109th Annual Ohio PTA Convention and Exhibition  in Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday, April 26, 2015.  We applaud her hard work and dedication to the children, parents, and staff in our schools.

   

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