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adrian SEL Schools Mark Last Day of 2017-18 School Year

Wednesday, 5/23, marked the official end of the 2017-18 school year. Students and staff observed the final day of school with a variety of end-of-year activities. Sunview students participated in Supergames, a fun-filled extravaganza of games on the field located behind the school. Generously funded by the Sunview PTA, the event featured inflatables, tug-of-war, a super-sized big wheel driving track, field hockey, water bowl relay races and other fun games.  Several buildings saluted graduating students with a ‘clap out’ ceremony attended by family members.  It was day to celebrate the hard work, achievement and memories created during the school year.  The first day of school for the 2018-19 school year will take place on Thursday, 8/16, 2018.  Have a safe and fun summer!  

grad Charles F. Brush High School Commencement 2018

The Charles F. Brush High School Class of 2018 held their commencement ceremony earlier this week which provided for a glorious celebration of the individual and collective accomplishments of this year’s graduating class. Taking place in the beautifully adorned Connor Palace Theater, members of the Class of 2018 listened to a variety of ensemble performances, first by the Brush Wind Ensemble and then by the Commencement Choir. Superintendent Linda N. Reid addressed the Class of 2018 with remarks about continuing a legacy of inspiration, while SEL Schools’ Board President Stefanie Rhine sincerely congratulated the members of the graduating class.   

ch 19 Channel 19 News Showcases Student Groups Throughout Early Morning Broadcast

To kick-off the final week of school, Channel 19 News broadcasted live on the campus of Brush High School during their early morning program and featured four of the SEL Schools’ finest student organizations. As part of a week-long series that will feature schools throughout Northeast Ohio, Channel 19 selected the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools as their very first spotlight. Click on read more for more to this story, photographs and links to the live segments.  

rocket Rocket Launch Takes Learning to New Heights at Greenview

4th grade students from Team Montreal at Greenview Upper Elementary had the opportunity to witness classroom learning literally take flight during a model rocket launch on the field located behind the school on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.  The rocket launch was the culmination of a STEM based project led by Math and Science teacher Mr. Paul Kijinski, who formerly served as a Missile Launch Control Officer in the U.S. Air Force.  Students began by taking accurate measurements and translating 2-dimensionsal renderings into fully functional 3-D model rockets.    

kids Greenview Students Participate in 5K Race at SELEBRATE MOMS Event

A group of Greenview students participated in the 5K Race during the district’s 2nd Annual SELEBRATE MOMS event at Brush High School on Saturday, May 12, 2018.  Completing the 5K race was a significant achievement for the students, who had diligently prepared for the challenging event in a running club advised by Mrs. Post and Mrs. Bors.  As part of the SELEBRATE MOMS event, SEL students, parents, staff and community members had the option to participate in a 5K Race or 1-mile family walk.  The fun continued afterwards, as participants were able to enjoy a live DJ, carnival games, face painting, karaoke and Brush student performances in the football stadium. Congratulations to all participating students on their proud accomplishment!  

bike Greenview Promotes Wellness with Annual Bike & Walk to School Day

Students and staff at Greenview Upper Elementary started the school day with a focus on wellness by participating in the annual Bike & Walk to School Day on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.  Greenview joined thousands of schools across the country in celebrating the many benefits of riding a bike or walking to school. Such benefits include a healthier lifestyle, learning important walking and biking safety skills, promoting environmentally friendly modes of transportation, and feeling more connected to the surrounding community.    

mom 2nd Annual SELEBRATE MOMS Event Brings SEL Community Together

SEL students, parents, staff and community members joined together to kick off Mother’s Day weekend in a fun and healthy way at the 2nd Annual SELEBRATE MOMS event on Saturday, May 12, 2018.  Approximately 219 participants laced up their running shoes to take part in the 5K run or 1-mile family walk at Brush High School.  After crossing the finish line, participants were treated to a variety of family-friendly activities, including carnival games, face painting and Brush student performances.    

dads Greenview’s First Annual Breakfast with Dads Event a Success!

Last week, 4th grade boys at Greenview Upper Elementary participated in the school’s first annual Breakfast with Dads event.  The students were joined by Greenview family members and male volunteers from the community for a delicious pancake breakfast and various mentoring opportunities, which included a lesson on how to properly tie a necktie.  Students and mentors also listened to inspiring remarks by guest speaker Basheer Jones.  The Breakfast with Dads event was made possible through a partnership with Garfield Memorial Church, the City of South Euclid and the Omega Mentoring Youth organization.  The SEL Schools wish to thank our community partners for helping to provide a wonderful mentoring experience for students at Greenview Upper Elementary.  

njhs Memorial Recognizes 2018 National Junior Honor Society Inductees

Twenty-five Memorial students were formally inducted as members of National Junior Honor Society at a special ceremony in the old gym. Membership in NJHS is based on the five pillars of the organization, which include scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship. Memorial NJHS members must maintain a high-grade point average and commit to completing twenty-hours of community service. A traditional candle lighting ceremony and speeches reflecting the five pillars of NJHS were delivered by Memorial student members Arthur Bargainer, Frances Rhine, Chanel Jackson and Brune Boukobza.    

career Assembly Brings Careers to Life for Rowland Students

On Mondays, May 7th (2nd/3rd Grade), & May 21st (K/1st Grade), Rowland students will enjoy a culminating Career Exploration Assembly designed to bring real careers to life.  Throughout the year, students have studied life-long-21st Century Job Skills utilizing the “Words of the Month” & SEL K-3 Curriculum taught by School Counselor, Lisa Artino.  The assembly will feature presenters from the community and South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools representing a diverse array of career fields.  

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