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Show Choir Festival

Please join us for the Winter Choral Festival Saturday, January 14 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Brush High School Performing Arts Center. This wonderful performance will showcase the diligent work of Brush's Soundsation Show Choir as well as Memorial Junior High's Electric Youth Show Choir, Mayfield High School's Limited Edition, Strongsville High Schools Mustang Express, North Royalton High Schools Royal Harmony, Vermillion High School’s Soundsation, and the Tri-C Vocal Jazz Ensemble. In addition to the fabulous variety of musical performances, the Brush Vocal Music Boosters will provide an array of food concessions and raffles. The students have worked hard in order to make this a special experience for all involved. Thanks so much for your time and continued support of the Brush Vocal Music Department!


SEL Pre-School Program Receives 5-Star Rating
The SEL Pre-School program was recently awarded a 5-Star Rating, the highest rating available, by Ohio’s Step Up to Quality (SUTQ) program. The noteworthy distinction demonstrates the high quality of education provided by the district’s Pre-School program and places it within a select group of statewide early learning programs. The SUTQ program is overseen by a cross-agency team from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS), and evaluates the performance of early learning programs across four categories, including learning and development, administrative and leadership practices, family and community partnerships, and staff qualifications and professional development. The Pre-School Program serves children ages 3-5 years and provides high-quality educational programming four days per week. Each school day includes two separate sessions running 2.5 hours in length. For students with more intense special needs, one 5-hour session is provided five days per week. For more information about the SEL Pre-School Program, please contact the district at 216-691-2026.
Brush NHS and Boys Basketball “Team Up” to Support Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center of Cleveland

The Brush National Honor Society (NHS) and the Brush Boys Basketball Team have joined forces to support the Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center of Cleveland.  The Brush NHS will be sponsoring a drive to collect much-needed items for the women and children in the center. The collection will officially run from 1/11 to 2/3.  Students who bring in TWO items from the approved list (click read more) and gain free admission to the Brush Boys Basketball game on Friday, January 13, 2017, against Eastlake North High School. 

Brush and Memorial Combined PTA Meeting in January
Please join us for a special combined PTA meeting for Brush and Memorial on Wednesday, January 4 at 6:30 PM.  Tour the new Arc Fitness Center, hear from Superintendent Reid, Mr Williamson and Mr Kaple about upcoming plans. Hope to see you at 6:30 PM in the Arc Fitness Center at Brush High School.  
Kwanzaa Celebration with Sunview’s Kindergarten Class

During the month of December, Sunview’s kindergarten classes went on a journey to learn about different cultures and traditions, as well as how each are celebrated. Students got the opportunity to learn about holidays, family traditions, customs that are practiced, and experience some of the foods those cultures eat during these events. Jasira McMillian, now a first grader who was once in Miss Johnson’s Class, her Aunt Keesha and Grandmother Patricia even appeared on Fox 8 in the Morning to spread the word about Kwanzaa, and to invite others to attend their celebration which took place at Garfield Memorial Church, in South Euclid at 4:00p.m. on December 26th.

Sunview’s Success! Pennies for Patients Campaign

The Sunview Elementary community is proud to announce a fundraising total of $2,025 for the Pennies for Patients campaign, where proceeds go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Kicking off with an assembly, the fundraiser began on November 7th and ended on November 17th. Mr. Stahl's class will receive a special pasta luncheon from Olive Garden for raising the highest amount to be donated. The entire SEL community and all of Sunview’s teachers, staff, students and family are so pleased to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for the 3rd year in a row. 

Opportunities for Gifted Students at Brush

Several South Euclid Lyndhurst students in our gifted education program had the opportunity to engage in a wonderful workshop hosted by the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County. Students chose from various workshops offered by The Beck Center for the Arts. The workshops had students create a product with the theme: Art a Peaceful Solution. Using various art forms, students presented their ideas to the group and explained how their creations fit the ideal of making the world a better place. SEL gifted programming continues to look for avenues where our students can thrive.  


Greenview Students Help Others in Need

Greenview Elementary collected 3,470 items and $232.55 to donate to the Garfield Food Pantry in South Euclid. Rodeya, Josh, Jaden and Kris from Mrs. Jesenovec's class collected, counted and packed almost 100 boxes of food, personal care, and miscellaneous items along with Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Crook. Congratulations students on a job well done!   

Brush Yearbook End of Year Sale!
For a limited time, 2017 Brush Yearbooks are on sale for $49. Order by December 20; prices go up December 21. Don't be left out!  Click here for order form.   Or click here for the Yearbook Order Center. Please use order number 4191.  
Greenview Students Incentivized to Give Back to the Community and Support PTA

Students at Greenview were recently rewarded for their hard work and efforts, by taking a limo ride to a local restaurant and enjoying a luncheon. Students who were considered to be “top sellers” in the Parent/Teacher Association fundraising endeavor this fall were incentivized to go above and beyond normal efforts in order to help gather funds for the organization. These students’ hard work paid off, as the limo took the approximately 12 students to the McDonald’s on Mayfield Road. Congratulations on behalf of the entire SEL Schools, for the hard work demonstrated by these students and for the kindness and generosity of the local PTA.

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