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South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools Celebrates Student Artists!

Coffee Phix Café located at 4485 Mayfield Road in South Euclid will feature the artwork of K-6 students as part of their exhibit, Young Artist of Tomorrow during the month of July! Student artists include Gabe Valez, Alex Droe, Grace Allen, Gio Tripi, Gabriella, Payton Clark, Nia Bungo, Demar Bradford, Matthew Monah, Prestly Rubenstein, Micai Henderson, Sofia Lee, Tessa-Joy Dixon, Jonah Grubiss, Lorah Farren, Franky Lee and Kaitlyn Morton, pictured with her family at the reception hosted by the Café on Saturday, July 2, 2016. Congratulations to the artists and special thanks to SEL Art Teachers Ms. Melissa Quinlan and Ms. Julie Barcza for coordinating this effort!

The Moons Are Back!

The Fabulous Blue Moons are back and will be performing at Legacy Village on Saturday July 16th from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.    1972, a Sha Na Na Concert, and a back yard summer party is where it started.  For these Brush students, the next, and supposedly final goal, was to impress choir director, Lindley Hall, enough to let them perform in the Brush Vocal Music Fall Concert.  They auditioned, Mr. Hall smiled, and a phenomenon was born. Since then, The Fabulous Blue Moons have been making music and we've been listening. Hope to see you on July 16.  This is a party you won't want to miss!

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Ohio Board of Education Recognizes SEL With Momentum Award

The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools were recently awarded the state’s first annual Momentum Award, presented to the district on behalf of the Ohio Board of Education. This award was given to the SEL Schools for their strong performance on the 2014-2015 State Report Card, particularly for earning A’s in every Value-Added metric. SEL Schools were among the elite school districts in the state, according to the State Board of Education, that ensured its pupils received a year’s worth of academic growth in reading and mathematics. Congratulations for earning this year’s Momentum Award and for operating each of our schools at a level that meets students precisely where they need intervention or enrichment and delivering a quality education. 

School's Out for Summer!

Students of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools celebrated their last day of school on Friday, May 27th with smiles and a variety of fun activities. Some buildings spent time outside playing various field games, while other schools marked the last day of school with a “Clap-Off” celebration. The first day of school for students during the 2016-2017 school year is Wednesday, August 17, 2016. The SEL Schools wish students and staff a safe and fun summer break!

Rowland Students "Possibilities are Endless"

On May 18th Rowland Elementary hosted Career Day with the theme, 'OUR POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS.’ Eighteen professionals spoke about their careers, engaged in activities with the students and shared the 'Endless Possibilities' Rowland students have for their future. Students received dental kits, held a mock election, experienced the roles of a television camera man, and learned dance and exercise routines. To add excitement, students dressed up in their aspiring careers’ attire. Thanks to Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Toney for coordinating the day. 

SEL Commencement Ceremony

The Charles F. Brush High School Class of 2016 will officially graduate on Thursday evening in a ceremony that will take place at the Palace Theater in Downtown Cleveland. The ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. The SEL Schools would like to extend a message of congratulations to the departing members of Brush High School and to wish them well in their future endeavors. Please be on the lookout for a full summary of honors and awards given to the Class of 2016 in the upcoming district newsletter. Thank you for your continued support of the SEL Schools.

Brush Sophomore Awarded First Place in NAACP ACT-SO Competition

Brush sophomore Jordan Windham recently won first place in the Visual Arts Photography category at the NAACP ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics) local competition. The award winning black and white photograph is titled “Your Move.” The ACT-SO is a national, year-long youth achievement program designed to recruit and promote academic and cultural excellence among African-American high school students. We congratulate Jordan on his first-place finish and wish him success at the national competition this summer!  

8th Graders Visit Washington DC

The Memorial Junior High 8th graders proudly represented the South Euclid Lyndhurst School District on their annual Washington DC school trip. The students visited a variety of historical locations.  The students demonstrated exemplary behavior and received a true Washington DC experience aligned to the 8th grade social studies curriculum.

Fourth Graders Hold Rocket Launch at Greenview Upper Elementary

4th graders from Team Montreal at Greenview showcased their STEM skills by participating in a rocket launch. The special learning experience took place behind the school in the grass field appropriately named “Cape Greenview,” and was overseen by Math and Science teacher Mr. Paul Kijinski. Students were organized into small groups which assisted Mr. Kijinski in preparing and launching fourteen Alpha III rockets. Featuring a solid fuel engine, the rockets soared to over 1,000 feet above “Cape Greenview,” with fellow students and teachers observing from a safe distance. Students were also organized into teams to locate and retrieve all rockets once they landed. 

Students Experience the Wonders of Nature

Fifth grade students at Greenview recently had the opportunity to experience the wonders of the nature, while putting their fifth grade science skills into practice. Students turned into astronomers on a "Solar System Walk," where they walked the relative distances between the planets (assuming the sun was the size of a balloon). They became ecologists and raced to find abiotic and biotic elements of an ecosystem in a "Selfie Scavenger Hunt." Fifth graders braved the steep slope down into Euclid Creek itself and practiced the skills necessary to be a limnologist (study of fresh water) using "old school" and new technology equipment. Finally, students went on a old fashioned nature hike, where they had the opportunity to see squirrels, birds, toads, snakes, and a bunch of decomposers.

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