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Congratulations to our senior star quarterback Godwin Joe who was named the Tony Fisher Award (News-Herald POY) winner along with Mentor QB Tadas Tatarunas! Godwin is the first Brush Football player in school history to win the News-Herald Player of the Year. He was also named the Division II NE District Offensive Player of the Year.  

   

Sunview Staff and Students Participate in Stockings for Soldiers Campaign image Sunview Staff and Students Participate in Stockings for Soldiers Campaign

To support U.S. troops and their families, as well as to promote a spirit of generosity, the staff, students and families at Sunview Elementary once again participated in the Stockings for Soldiers Campaign.  Students and staff were given the opportunity to take a stocking home and fill it with assorted items, such as batteries, toiletries, and non-perishable food items.  All holiday stockings were generously provided by DeJohn Funeral Homes and Crematory. Approximately 110 stockings were returned!  All stockings collected will be shipped to U.S. troops abroad or to area organizations which support soldiers and their families.  Way to go Sunview!  

Sunview Kicks Off Pennies for Patients Campaign with Special Assembly image Sunview Kicks Off Pennies for Patients Campaign with Special Assembly

Sunview Elementary held a special assembly to celebrate the start of its 2017 Pennies for Patients campaign on Thurs., 11/16/17 in the school gym. Erin Zarancec from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society provided an engaging presentation, explaining how donations go a long way in helping individuals, including kids, who show courage every day in the fight against cancer. All proceeds benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Sunview has set a goal of raising $2,017 for this year’s campaign.  The first classroom to raise $750.00 will receive a special pasta luncheon from Olive Garden!  The SEL community is pleased to support this worthy cause for the 4th year in a row.   

8th Graders Discuss Constitutional Rights with Juvenile Court Magistrates image 8th Graders Discuss Constitutional Rights with Juvenile Court Magistrates

8th grade students at Memorial Junior High participated in a dynamic discussion regarding the U.S. Constitution with two magistrates from the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court on Thursday, November 16th.  The forum coincided with the students’ current U.S. History class unit on The Constitution, and centered on the Bill of Rights, which encompasses the first ten amendments.  Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Magistrates Je’Nine Nickerson and Kay Ranke, who serve under Judge Denise N. Rini, used real world examples during the discussion with students to highlight how individual rights are protected under the law, as well as offered a glimpse into the legal system.    

Brush National Honor Society Wraps Up Successful Food Drive image Brush National Honor Society Wraps Up Successful Food Drive

The Brush High School National Honor Society just wrapped up an extremely successful Thanksgiving Food Drive. Students, staff, and community members came together and demonstrated why South Euclid and Lyndhurst are such remarkable communities.  The National Honor Society collected countless bags and boxes of food items and more than $350.  The National Honor Society was able to organize and supply 11 local families with Thanksgiving dinners and more.  On November 20th, the officers of the National Honor Society delivered the food items.  Each family received generous portions of non-perishable food items, a gift card, and a frozen turkey.  


 

Greenview Students Participate in Mangahigh Challenge, Adaptive Math Approach image Greenview Students Participate in Mangahigh Challenge, Adaptive Math Approach

A handful of Greenview Upper Elementary School students recently participated in the National Mangahigh Challenge, an adaptive online math program which allows students to complete selective math problems within a varied ability range. With great enthusiasm, the SEL Schools reports that Greenview’s 5th and 6th grade students completed enough math problems to earn them a 5th place ranking in the National Challenge. For this high achievement, the students earned a $250 Amazon gift card and each received a gold medal. Congratulations on this success!

 

Scholastic Book Fair Promotes Literacy and Learning at Greenview image Scholastic Book Fair Promotes Literacy and Learning at Greenview
Greenview Upper Elementary hosted a Scholastic Book Fair in the school library from Monday, 11/13 through Friday, 11/17. Students had the opportunity to explore a wide range of books across a variety of topics, including science, Star Wars, non-fiction, fiction and sports.  The event also featured educational toys and games, pencils, stickers, as well as a wide variety of posters.  Students who received a “You’ve been caught reading” ticket from their teacher were eligible to place their ticket in any one of several numbered paper bags, each one corresponding to a specific poster.  Students who had their ticket drawn from the bag won the selected poster.  The event was a huge hit with students and provided a great selection of books to encourage them to pursue literacy and learning.  
Brush Varsity Football Team Visits District Buildings in Advance of Playoff Game image Brush Varsity Football Team Visits District Buildings in Advance of Playoff Game

The entire Brush Varsity Football team and Varsity football cheerleading squad traveled by bus to each of the district’s school buildings on Friday, November 10th.  The visit was intended to provide students across the district a chance to meet and encourage the football team in advance of their next playoff game later that evening. Members of the cheerleading squad led the spirited procession into each building, and were followed by the football team along with Coach Fink and Mr. Baxter. Students and staff lined the hallways outside their classrooms, and demonstrated their ‘Arc Pride’ by holding handmade signs while cheering and applauding the football team.    

Rowland Elementary Honors Veterans with Special Program image Rowland Elementary Honors Veterans with Special Program

In observance of Veteran’s Day, the staff and students at Rowland Elementary paid tribute to the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces with a powerful and patriotic program on Wednesday, November 8th. Students and staff displayed their patriotism by wearing red, white and blue clothing.  In addition, staff members participated in Jeans for Troops, a nationwide dress down day sponsored by GI GO Fund, which uses donations to support veterans through employment and housing assistance, as well as education and healthcare benefits.  Over twenty veterans attended the program, all of whom have family members who attend or work at Rowland.  

Orchestra Boosters Chipotle Fundraiser image Orchestra Boosters Chipotle Fundraiser
Join us for a fundraiser to support SEL's Orchestra Boosters on Tuesday, November 14 from 4 to 8 PM, at Chipotle located at 24369 Cedar Rd.  Click here for flyer.  NOTE:  NEW DATE!  Tuesday, November 14. 
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