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basketball Brush NHS and Boys Basketball “Team Up” to Support Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center
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 that turn to the Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center in Cleveland.  The collection will officially run from January 22nd through February 2nd.  Students can turn in donations to their first period teachers.  In addition, SEL STUDENTS can bring in TWO items from the approved list (see below) and gain free admission to the Brush Boys Basketball game on Friday, February 2nd, against Riverside.  For a list of needed items, please click on "read more".  
memorial basketball 8th Grade Boys Basketball Team Are 2018 WRC Tournament Champions!

The students and staff at Memorial are proudly celebrating the 8th Grade Boys Basketball team’s 46 to 31 victory over Kenston Middle School on Wednesday, January 17th, which crowned them the 2018 WRC Tournament Champions!  ‘Arc’ pride was on full display before tip-off, as students from the Memorial Student Council greeted the players with huge signs and loud cheers. The 7th Grade Boys Basketball team hopes to capture the momentum and winning spirit of the 8th grade team, as they prepare to play in the WRC Finals on Friday, January 19th.  

cars Mouse Trap Powered Cars Bring Physics to Life
Brush students in AP and traditional physics classes had the opportunity to apply classroom concepts such as friction and energy conversion into real-life action by constructing and testing mouse trap powered cars.  Consisting of a flat wooden or plastic frame with a mouse trap attached to the front end, each car utilized CD’s and wooden rods that functioned as the wheels and axles respectively.  A long string was wrapped around the rear axle and fixed to a hook at the end of a short metal rod, which in turn was attached to the spring of the mouse trap.   An unopened can of soda was used to provide weight at the rear of the car.     
brush physics Naval Nuclear Engineer Helps Brush Students Explore Career Options

Michael Cox, a Nuclear Engineer in the United States Navy, visited Mr. Daniel Trentanelli’s Physics and AP Physics classes on Friday, January 12, 2018.  A northeast Ohio native, Mr. Cox shared with the students his personal experience of completing the Navy Nuclear Power Training Command.  While considered one of the world’s most challenging training programs, Mr. Cox stressed that his instructors provided continuous support.  He also shared about the various educational, career and financial benefits that are provided through the program, including the fact that nuclear trained sailors are selected for officer positions more than any other ranking.    

logo Why Teens Use Drugs

Please join us for a discussion titled "Why Teens Use Drugs and Strategies to Prevent", on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 7 to 8:30 PM at Brush High School.  Special Guest Juvenile Drug Court Jurist, Judge Denise Rini will be participating.

arc School Boards Make a Difference
Too often we neglect to recognize the dedication and hard work of the men and women who represent us as members of our school board. Too often we are quick to criticize board members without really knowing all the details that went into any given decision. Too often their efforts go unrecognized and unrewarded. Too often we forget about the personal sacrifices board members routinely make. It’s a huge responsibility and one that these individuals do not take lightly.  SEL Schools would like to thank our board members. We applaud them for their vision and voice to help shape a better tomorrow. Our school board members are ordinary people who have an extraordinary dedication to our schools. We ask that you join us in thanking them for their untiring efforts.
brush art Brush Art Students Display Work at Cleveland Institute of Art

Twenty-four of Brush High School’s finest students will have their artistic expressions on display in the local Scholastic Art and Writing Competition at the Cleveland Institute of Art between Tuesday, January 16, 2018 and Friday, February 2, 2018. This competition, which highlights the hard work of local artists in grades 7 through 12 throughout the area, is a nationally credited arts awards program in which the SEL Schools has actively and successfully participated. The 24 students whose artwork will be on display have received one of three honors and were evaluated against more than 1,800 students who ultimately submitted more than 3,100 pieces of art and writing samples. Those who have earned top prize are considered a “Gold Key Winner,” and will go on to place at the national competition which is held annually in New York City. Visit the Cleveland Institute of Art to support the art achievement of our students. Congratulations to everyone involved!  

Greenview PBIS PBIS Assembly Rewards Students for Meeting Classroom Goals

On Wednesday, 12/20, Greenview hosted a special PBIS Assembly to reward 6th grade students who met specific Classroom Dojo goals. The students enjoyed a variety of fun games and activities, all of which were organized by teacher J.C. Commander.  PBIS, which stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Supports, is designed to promote positive behavior throughout the school year by rewarding students with fun, activity-centered events.  Classroom Dojo is a classroom communication app which allows teachers to track, share and provide feedback regarding student behavior in real-time with parents.  The classroom technology is an effective way to encourage positive student behavior and promote a strong connection between parents and the school community. Congratulations to all participating 6th grade students on a job well done!  

Memorial PBIS Memorial Students Compete Against Staff in Second Quarter PBIS Program
To recognize those students who met behavior goals for the second grading quarter, Memorial hosted a fun-filled PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports) program in the new gym on Wednesday, December 20th, 2017. Participating students had the opportunity to compete not only against each other, but their fellow teachers in a series of athletic-themed events.  The first event involved a relay race where team members representing each grade had to complete a different type of movement, including sprinting, dribbling a basketball and scooting backwards on a wheeled floor cart across the entire length of the basketball court.  The final and most highly anticipated event was a basketball tournament.  
Severance Hall 4th Grade Students Visit Historic Severance Hall

4th grade students at Greenview Upper Elementary recently attended a performance of the Cleveland Orchestra at its historic venue, Severance Hall.  The trip served to introduce students to the music of the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra, which played selections by Beethoven, titled, Prometheus:  A Hero’s Journey.  In addition, students were able to experience the beautiful music while admiring the impressive murals and architecture of the landmark venue.  Overall, it was an enjoyable afternoon which the students will not soon forget!  

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