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!
Over one-hundred-fifty students, parents and community members laced up their running shoes and participated in the 3rd Annual SELEBRATE MOMS 5K Run and 1-Mile Walk on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at Brush High School. Brush student Tyrie Liddell, a member of the cross country and track teams, won the 5K event for the third consecutive year with a time of 17:24! Following the race, students and their families enjoyed a live DJ, carnival games, performances by Brush student groups and youth sports drills at Korb Field. Proceeds from the event will be used to fund various educational experiences and support the learning needs of students in the district. Thank you to all participants, volunteers and sponsors for supporting the mission of the SEL Schools!
Greenview Upper Elementary School celebrated the tremendous influence and responsibility of fatherhood by hosting a Breakfast with Heroes event for 4th grade boys and fathers or other male mentors in the gym on Friday, May 10, 2019. Approximately sixty fathers and father-figures attended the program which began with a delicious hot breakfast featuring waffles, sausage, juice and other refreshments. Several representatives from the City of South Euclid were in attendance, including South Euclid Municipal Court Judge Gayle Williams-Byers, Police Chief Kevin Nietert and Assistant Fire Chief David Csire.
Members of the South Euclid Police Department visited the SEL Preschool recently to interact with students and teach about the role of police officers in keeping the community safe. Students were thrilled with the opportunity to interact with police radios, handcuffs and meet Arie, a member of the South Euclid Police Department K9 Unit! The visiting officers also took time to answer students’ questions and show them the inside of an actual police vehicle. The educational visit helped to bring real-life connections to the classroom, as students have been learning about various types of community helpers. Thank-you to the South Euclid Police Department for visiting with our Preschool students!