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2017 Convocation Inspires SEL Teachers and Staff image 2017 Convocation Inspires SEL Teachers and Staff

The 2017 SEL Convocation officially welcomed back teachers and staff for the 2017-18 school year with an impressive performance by the Brush Marching Band, as well as inspiring remarks by special guest speaker Mark Anthony Garrett in the Performing Arts Center on Monday, August 14, 2017. Led by new band director John Shamp, the Brush Marching Band kicked-off the 2017 Convocation with a grand entrance into the auditorium, where they performed center-stage, eliciting cheers from the audience.

Brush Students Participate in Young Scientist Foundation Summer Internship Program in NYC image Brush Students Participate in Young Scientist Foundation Summer Internship Program in NYC

Three Brush High School students had the distinct opportunity to participate in the very prestigious Young Scientist Foundation Summer Internship program in partnership between Case Western Reserve University and Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Brush incoming senior Alexis Andrich and incoming juniors Julia Kiefer and Kareem King were three of the twenty students total who spent the summer performing biomedical research alongside graduate and post-doctoral students, on fighting the widespread effects of cancer and the human body.  We congratulate these students on their hard work and earning a coveted spot as part of this program.  

1:1 Chromebook Rollout image 1:1 Chromebook Rollout

The SEL School District is dedicated to preparing students for a global workforce requiring 21st Century skills. Over the next several years, teaching and learning will be transformed through student utilization of digital resources and 1:1 (one-to-one) digital devices to provide a more personalized learning experience. Online formative assessments will be used by teachers to select resources and activities based on students' identified needs, thus allowing all students to meet or exceed grade level standards and become college and career ready. Chromebooks will be issued to each student in grades 2-12 within the first month of the upcoming school year.   Click here to learn more.


Sunview Elementary School Hosts its Third Annual Career Fair image Sunview Elementary School Hosts its Third Annual Career Fair

Sunview Elementary School recently hosted its 3rd annual Career Day, by inviting eight professionals from a variety of sectors in to visit with students. Those professionals toured various classrooms and gave students a real-world application of the 21st century skills that they have been working on this school year, including communication, collaboration and effective listening. Students were quite inquisitive and eager to record new information in their Career Day Passports, another project that they have been working on throughout the year. The SEL Schools would like to thank all of those who were involved with making this day a reality for the third consecutive year.

Sunview Sponsors Volunteer Luncheon image Sunview Sponsors Volunteer Luncheon

Sunview Elementary sponsored a Volunteer Luncheon on Tuesday, May 16th to show appreciation for all parents and community members who have served as a volunteer at the school. The luncheon took place in the Sunview library and featured fresh fruit, cookies and other refreshments. From PTA members to recess reading tutors, volunteers play an important role both at Sunview and throughout the district. The Sunview staff is grateful for the volunteers who sacrifice their time to support students throughout the school year, and wishes them a safe and fun summer!

Brush Academic Team Rocks in National Competition image Brush Academic Team Rocks in National Competition

Congratulations to the Brush Academic Team!! Josh Lashley, Josh Laurienzo and Owen Seddon qualified to compete in Atlanta, Georgia at NAQT - a national competition where the best 300 teams in the country battled it out over Memorial Day weekend!  They finished with a very respectable record of 5-5. Many schools from Ohio competed, but only 3 had a better record than Brush (Beavercreek 7-3, Fisher Catholic and Olmsted Falls 6-4).  They tied rivals, Solon & Copley, so that was an added bonus!! They also had time to visit the World of Coca Cola Museum and the Atlanta Aquarium (rated #1 in the country). It was like a mini-Sea World! It was truly a memorable experience and they are so thankful they had the opportunity to go!!  

Sunview MAC Ambassadors Visit South Euclid Municipal Court image Sunview MAC Ambassadors Visit South Euclid Municipal Court

3rd grade Ambassadors in the MAC program at Sunview Elementary recently had the opportunity to visit the South Euclid Municipal Court complex and spend the morning with Judge Gayle Williams-Byers. The visit was an informative and engaging learning experience that provided students a firsthand look at how the legal system and judicial branch of local government operates. Judge Williams-Byers provided lunch for the students and encouraged them about the importance of academic achievement and civic responsibility. 3rd grade ambassadors from the MAC program at Adrian and Rowland Elementary also visited with Judge Williams-Byers on separate days. Thank you to The Honorable Judge Gayle Williams-Byers for taking the time to encourage and support our students!

4th Annual BIke Rodeo Was a Huge Success image 4th Annual BIke Rodeo Was a Huge Success

SEL Schools, along with the SEPD & LPD, The Cuyahoga County Board of Health and the ODOT sponsored Safe Routes to School Grant recently hosted our 4th Annual Bike Rodeo. The morning started at registration with an immediate giveaway.  Families then strolled through the bike rodeo listening to the DJ while participating at various stations. Free hot dogs, popcorn, chips and beverages were provided at the AVI/Coke sponsored food table. The event culminated with a BMX show and a raffle where 17 bikes and 12 scooters were given away. It was a beautiful, sunny day for families and friends to gather to promote safe routes to school!

SEL Students Celebrate Last Day of School image SEL Students Celebrate Last Day of School

SEL students celebrated the last day of school for the 2016-2017 school year in a variety of ways on Thursday, May 25th. Some buildings participated in fun indoor activities, while several schools, including Greenview Upper Elementary and Rowland Elementary, recognized students who will advance to another school building next school year by holding a ‘clap-out’ celebration with fellow students and staff members. The first day of school for the 2017-2018 school year is Wednesday, August 16th.  We wish you all a safe and enjoyable summer break!

Greenview Recognizes 6th Grade Students with Special ‘Clap-Out’ Ceremony image Greenview Recognizes 6th Grade Students with Special ‘Clap-Out’ Ceremony

Greenview Upper Elementary recognized the accomplishments and advancement of its 6th grade students with a special ‘clap-out’ ceremony during the afternoon on Thursday, May 25th. Parents, family members, students and staff lined the school hallways and applauded as the 6th graders, wearing brown shirts emblazoned with “Arcs Forever,” walked the hallways for the last time as students at Greenview. The procession ended in the gym with pictures and refreshments.  Congratulations to our 6th grade students on their accomplishments at Greenview. We wish them continued success at Memorial Junior High during the 2017-2018 school year!

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