The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, in partnership with Legacy Village, hosted its 3rd annual SEL Appreciation Day this past Saturday, September 14, 2019. SEL students of all ages had the opportunity to share in activities and perform for the community with all funds raised going towards various student organizations. Among the various performances were the resounding melodies of the Brush High School Marching Band, the talented dancers of the Arcettes and Cheerleaders and the rhythmic beats of the Jazz Band. Now in its 3rd year, SEL Appreciation Day has become a staple event for community members to see firsthand the skills of our students and the organizations in which they meaningfully participate.
A representative from the South Euclid Lyndhurst branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library visited Adrian Elementary to share about an exciting summer reading program. Titled Grand Slam Summer Reading Game 2019, the program runs from June 1st through August 3rd and features a game board which students mark for every twenty minutes of reading completed. Students can bring their game board to the library to be stamped by a librarian and will have the opportunity to win a variety of prizes based on the total number of hours of reading completed.
Third graders at Adrian Elementary participated in an interactive fire safety learning experience courtesy of the South Euclid Fire Department on Thursday, May 16, 2019. The program began with a presentation in the Media Center by Fire Inspector Scott Sebastian regarding important home fire safety tips. Students also had the opportunity to meet SPARKY the Fire Dog® Robot and members of the Explorer Fire and EMS Training Program provided through the Excel TECC Career Consortium. Thank you to the South Euclid Fire Department for taking the opportunity to educate our students on the importance of fire safety!
The staff of Adrian Elementary School hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on Thursday, May 16, 2019, to express gratitude to the many community members who donate their time and efforts on behalf of Adrian students throughout the school year. The event was organized by members of the Adrian School Climate Committee. The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools would like to thank all district-wide volunteers for supporting the mission of the District, and most importantly, helping our students grow and achieve!