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orientation Greenview Hosts 4th Grade Parent Orientation

On Monday, April 16th, Greenview hosted an orientation meeting for incoming 4th grade parents from Rowland, Sunview and Adrian Elementary Schools.  The evening event was well attended and was designed to help parents prepare for their child’s transition to Greenview in the fall of 2018. During the presentation, Principal Kelly Murphy provided parents with information about the typical school day at Greenview and expectations for their child during the fourth grade.  Parents were also given the opportunity to ask questions and tour the entire Greenview campus.  As part of a related effort to help students prepare for the transition to a new building, Greenview 4th Grade Counselor Mr. David Rash has begun meeting with 3rd grade students at all three elementary schools.    

jumprope Sunview Community Supports Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser

The Sunview Elementary Community recently “jumped” at the chance to support lifesaving heart and stroke research by participating in the Jump Rope for Heart challenge.  Sponsored by the American Heart Association and Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE), the Jump Rope for Heart initiative teaches students about heart-healthy habits while providing an opportunity to volunteer and help children with heart-related conditions. Altogether, the entire Sunview Community, including students, teachers, parents and friends have surpassed their goal of raising $7,000 in support of the Jump Rope for Heart program and the American Heart Association!    

poetry Brush High School Hosts First Annual Poetry Slam

On Wednesday, April 11th, fourteen Brush High School students participated in Brush’s First Annual Poetry Slam. These students attended Creative Writing Workshops during their Academic Lab period, and were instructed by Kisha Nicole Foster and Stephanie Ginese, members of Twelve Literary Arts, an organization that teaches performance poetry. The student’s poetry was written using the theme “social injustice” and how this affected them on a personal level. All 14 students braved the stage and the spotlight, sharing their thoughts and emotions. They entered this slam knowing it was a competition, and they all brought their A-game.   

transition Greenview Staff Helping to Prepare 3rd Graders for Transition to New Building

To help current 3rd grade students prepare for a successful transition to Greenview Upper Elementary in the fall of 2018, Greenview 4th Grade Counselor Mr. David Rash has begun meeting with third-graders at each elementary building.  The topics covered include summer reading assignments, an overview of a typical school day and review of expectations at Greenview.  Mr. Rash also introduced students to several behavior-related programs, including the Conscious Discipline program and The Link, Greenview’s student behavior support center.  Students also learned and practiced some helpful breathing techniques which are utilized at Greenview as part of the Conscious Discipline program.  The teachers and staff at Greenview Upper Elementary look forward to meeting all incoming 4th graders during scheduled field trips to the school in May!   

planning SEL Schools’ Strategic Planning Review Process Underway

The SEL Schools’ review of Destination 2018, the District’s 5-Year Strategic Plan is presently underway, with group of community members, joined by staff members reviewing the components of the document that was created five years ago. After a kick-off meeting that took place in early March, groups of individuals were organized to expressly review the four areas-of-focus contained within the strategic plan, including Teaching and Instruction, Communications and Community Partnerships, School Community Climate and Facilities. The SEL Schools would like to thank the individuals who are currently volunteering their time to serve on the various sub-committees of the Strategic Planning review process.   

murphy Mike Murphy - AD of the Year!

Congratulations to Mike Murphy on being selected as the AD of the Year at the recent NEOIAAA awards banquet. Mike was also awarded the Tim Flannery Horizon Award  in 2012, and the Sportsmanship, Ethics & Integrity Award in 2017.  Brush High School Athletics was also one of only two  recipients in Ohio to receive the prestigious OIAAA/OHSAA Award of Excellence in 2017.  Since being an athletic administrator at Brush, Mike has served on the NEIOAAA Executive Committee, a member of NIAAA, OIAAA and OASSA. Mike obtained his CAA and is pursuing his CMAA.  In the short time Mike has been athletic administrator at Brush, he has hosted many conference tournaments, sectional, district semi-final and district final games. During his tenure, Brush has installed new turf, digital scoreboards, coaches’ office and conference room center and a 6000 square foot fitness and wellness complex.  We have also seen the addition of a full time Strength and Conditioning Coach and an Assistant Athletic Director.   Congrats Mike!  And Go ARCS!  

Kayla Feagin Artwork Impressive Artwork by Brush Junior Becomes Social Media Sensation!
Artwork created by Brush junior Kayla Feagin recently went viral on Twitter thanks to the enthusiastic support of her sister who shared pictures of the creation online, resulting in over 2,000 retweets and nearly 4,000 likes!   
book fair The Memorial Junior High School library will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair Monday

The Memorial Junior High School library will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair Monday, May 7 through Friday, May 11.  This is a great opportunity for students and staff to purchase reading materials for themselves and for family members.  This is a Buy-One-Get-One-Free sale.   Many of the items will be value priced and there will be a selection of items for younger children and adults.  

kornet 4Alec Foundation Donates AED Device to Arc Fit Complex

Students and staff at Brush High School will have an additional layer of safety and protection in case of a heart-related emergency thanks to the generous donation of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) device by the 4Alec Foundation.  Founded by Scott and Stephanie Kornet, the 4Alec Foundation is dedicated to increasing awareness and prevention of Sudden Cardiac Arrest and is named after their son and former Brush student, Alec Kornet, who passed away due to an undiagnosed heart condition in February 2017. The AED was formally presented by the Kornet family.  Now available for viewing online!

tug Students Have a Blast at 3rd Quarter PBIS Event

To mark the end of the 3rd grading quarter and reward students for meeting behavior goals, Memorial Junior High hosted a PBIS event on Friday, March 23, 2018.  The building-wide event provided students a variety of fun activities to enjoy before the official start of Spring Break.  An exciting tug-of-war competition between the 7th and 8th grade classes kicked off the festivities in the new gym.  Students were then dismissed to pursue activities throughout the building which included a dodgeball tournament in the old gym and face-painting in the cafeteria.    

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