he South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools were finely represented at the 2nd Annual SEL Appreciation Day this past weekend at Legacy Village, where several hundred participants joined in an afternoon of performances, student demonstrations and school pride. For the second straight year, and in partnership with Legacy Village, the SEL Schools has created a special day where organizations at all grade levels could showcase various talents, skills or lessons from the classroom. The afternoon ceremoniously commenced with the Brush High School Marching Band tapping beats and playing tunes as they paraded through the very heart of Legacy Village. Superintendent Linda N. Reid welcomed guests, introduced City of Lyndhurst Mayor Patrick Ward and City of South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo and encouraged people to visit a variety of student tents and booths that lined Blossom Way. Some of those stops included the Brush Cheerleaders, Robotics and AVTV organization. Greenview Upper Elementary featured a booth for S.T.E.M. Lab activities as well as stenciling and face painting, among many others. Performances throughout the afternoon included the High School Jazz Band, Chorale groups and Varsity Singers. Greenview’s Arc Performers along with The SEL Elementary All-Star Arts performance took place later in the day. Concluding with a raffle grand drawing, a wide range of fun and educational opportunities characterized the 2nd annual SEL Appreciation Day. Thank you to everyone who participated, organized and played a role in coordinating what has become an excellent showcase of the great things taking place in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools.
Take a look at the five (5) fabulous Chinese Raffle baskets that are being raffled off at SEL Appreciation Day at Legacy Village on Saturday, September 15, between noon and 3:30 PM. Tickets are $1 per ticket, 6 tickets for $5 or 15 tickets for $10. Join us for a day of music, food and fun! See you there! Click here.
Join us for an information night put on by community partners who will speak to you about services and resources for all families who have students with disabilities. The event will take place in the Brush High School Library on Thursday, September 20, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.
Officers from the Lyndhurst Police Department provided A.L.I.C.E training to 7th grade students and new 8th grade students on Tuesday, August 21, 2018. A.L.I.C.E. training, which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate, has been a key component of Memorial’s school lockdown protocol for the past two years, and is used by over 4,200 K-12 schools nationwide. Sgt. Reece and School Resource Officer Kathy Tomaro led the training session which helped students learn about each step of the program and understand the importance of being prepared in the event of a school lockdown. The SEL Schools wish to thank the Lyndhurst Police Department for promoting the safety and security of our students.