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first South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools Officially Begin 2018-2019 School Year

Students and staff in the South Euclid Lyndhurst School District officially began the 2018-2019 School Year today with excitement, energy and enthusiasm. Parents, cheerleaders, the band and members of the Arcettes greeted and encouraged students at Charles F. Brush High School with a cheerful “clap-in.” Staff members at the various elementary buildings welcomed returning and newcomer students with smiles and friendly faces. Superintendent Linda N. Reid toured the various buildings in the District to lend her support and encouragement to students and staff alike. Thank you for your continued support of the SEL Schools, and let’s make the 2018-2019 School Year the very best year yet!   

emerg University Hospitals EMS Training and Disaster Preparedness Institute Trains SEL Schools Staff with Emergency Buckets

South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools is collaborating with the University Hospitals EMS Training and Disaster Preparedness Institute, which has generously donated 390 Emergency Buckets, as well as local first responders, to provide Stop the Bleed training to staff in the District to be prepared in the event of an active shooter situation or other emergency.  

band SEL Teachers and Staff Welcomed Back at 2018 Convocation

The SEL Schools welcomed teachers and staff back for the 2018-19 school year at its annual Convocation on Monday, August 13, 2018 at the Brush Performing Arts Center.  Lyndhurst Mayor Patrick A. Ward along with members of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools Board of Education also attended the event.  The Brush High School Varsity Cheerleader Squad kicked-off the program with “Arc-pride” filled cheers, before being joined by the Brush Marching Band which performed several pop classics, including “Sir Duke” by Stevie Wonder and “Take on Me” by A-Ha.  Superintendent Linda N. Reid took the opportunity to recognize all new teachers and staff and welcome them to the SEL Schools.    

football Memorial Football

Anyone interested in participating in football at Memorial should report to Memorial JHS by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday July, 31st, practice to conclude at 6:00 p.m.  All players must have up to date physical exams and have all parent and student forms and signatures completed on Final Forms in order to practice (NO EXCEPTIONS). Physical Exam forms completed on the OSHAA form can be brought to practice and only OSHAA forms will be accepted. The coaching staff looks forward to seeing you have getting a great start to an awesome season.  Feel free to contact Coach Zollinger at with any questions.  Click here  for a link to the necessary forms.  

coach SEL Welcomes New Football Coach

Please join us as we welcome Edmund Hall as the new Head Coach of the Brush Arcs Football team.  The "Meet and Greet" will be held on Korb Field on Friday, July 27 from 6 - 8 PM.  If you can attend, please RSVP to    Let's give Coach Hall an amazing ARC welcome!   

track Track Replacement in Progress at Korb Field

Efforts are underway to replace the athletic track at Korb Field with a brand new, rubberized surface. Crews began removing the existing rubber track on Wednesday, June 14th and will grind and repave with new a blacktop foundation during the week of June 18th.  Once the repaved blacktop surface has been given a few weeks to set, a new rubber track will be installed and painted in July 2018.  The track replacement at Korb Field was deemed a top priority by the SEL Schools as the existing track was last resurfaced in 2000 and had begun to delaminate, causing holes to develop in the track surface.   

brandon Brush 2014 Alum Delivers Class Day Speech at Princeton
2014 Brush graduate, Brandon McGhee, served as a stellar representative of Brush High School during his years at Princeton.  Way to go Brandon! Click here for more 
gun Lyndhurst Police Department Visits Sunview to Teach About Gun Safety

Lyndhurst Police Officer Scott Gorski recently visited third-grade students at Sunview Elementary on Monday, May 21st, to discuss the important topic of gun safety.  The presentation featured highlights from the Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program which teaches students to stop, don’t touch, run away and tell an adult if they ever see a gun. Parent guides and student activity books were also provided on behalf of the program. Thank you to Officer Gorski and the Lyndhurst Police Department for teaching our students important lessons regarding gun safety.  

lake Lake Farm Park Visits Sunview

Sunview’s Kindergarteners & 1st graders spent time with Lake Farm Park on our back lawn for career day!  The farmer taught students about what animals need and how farm animals are used in our daily lives.  The school counseling program is proud to provide Sunview students with this culminating event to our career lessons this school year.        

career Sunview Career Day

The school counseling program at Sunview Elementary School hosted their 4th annual career day for the 2nd & 3rd grade students this month!  All the students were equipped with their career day passports full of questions for the speakers.  The speakers included a college administrator, a banker, a nurse, a hair stylist, a musician, a librarian, and our very own Ryan Dugan from SEL’s Wellness Complex!  

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