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Judge Gayle Williams-Byers Leads Anti-Bullying Assembly at Memorial

South Euclid Municipal Court Judge Gayle Williams-Byers headlined an energetic and creative anti-bullying assembly at Memorial Junior High during the morning of Friday, April 17th, in the new gym. All grade levels attended the assembly, which was held to raise student awareness regarding bullying and the importance of taking a stand against it when they see it occur. A former Cuyahoga County prosecutor, Judge Williams-Byers explained the many different forms of bullying, as it not only occurs in a physical sense, but also takes place through texting and social media.  
 

Get Fit and Support Our Students!

Please join the Adrian teachers and PTA on Saturday, May 9, 2015, for a Mother's Day 5k and 1 Mile Walk.

This fun spring race will promote community, school and family togetherness while celebrating the mothers in our lives. Proceeds will benefit the students of Adrian Elementary School.

5k starts at 9:30 a.m. and the 1 mile walk starts at 9:45 a.m.

If you have questions, please contact Annie Murphy at murphyt@sel.k12.oh.us

To register click here.  

Memorial Hosts Second Annual Science Fair

Seventh grade students at Memorial Junior High had the opportunity to demonstrate classroom learning, as well as creativity at the Second Annual Science Fair on Thursday, 4/16 in the new gym. Parents, teachers and students attended the event, which showcased 270 science project displays covering a wide variety of topics. Each display centered around the testing of a specific hypothesis and included the seven steps of the scientific method, pictures of the student performing the experiment, as well as a chart or graph documenting the results. Students were encouraged to be creative in the process of selecting their hypothesis. Some notable examples of student hypotheses included whether a person’s age affected the amount of bacteria in their mouth, as well as if pine needles could be used as a natural plant growth inhibitor or weed killer.
 

Mock Interviews Held In Brush Library for Special Education Students

In an effort to promote career readiness, Brush High School opened its library to executives and representatives from various private and non-profit organizations from Northeast Ohio for a day of mock interviews with SEL special education students. Students were encouraged to prepare resumes and answers to sample interview questions as a measure of preparedness while meeting with various individuals from the corporate world. Brush welcomed representatives from Target, the Cleveland Indians, University Hospitals, Maggiano’s Restaurant and RTA to spend 10-15 minutes with each student. Students were generally excited about the event, as were the adults who participated. SEL Schools would like to thank the individuals who took time to spend with our students, to help them prepare for their futures.
 

Brush High Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Brush High School senior student athletes Asya Reynolds, Jeremiah Patterson, Tijuan Day and Marcel Rice signed national letters-of-intent in a ceremony earlier this week in the Brush High School Performing Arts Center. To kick off the momentous occasion, Brush High Principal Karl Williamson opened with congratulatory remarks and SEL Athletic Director Mike Murphy shared the importance of not only these students’ athletic capabilities, but also their academic aptitudes and their character. Introducing each student athlete and their parents, the four Brush High standouts signed their letters-of-intent and then made brief remarks.
 

Brush High School to Host Premier of “Kelly’s Hollywood” Documentary on April 28

Brush High School will be hosting a special premier of “Kelly’s Hollywood", an important documentary that chronicles the life of Kelly Donovan, an aspiring Hollywood actress who has Down Syndrome, on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center. In the documentary, Kelly’s pursuit of acting fame is revealed by her brother, Brian, who is a veteran Hollywood actor and promotes a theme of hard work and never losing sight of one’s dream. For more information on the documentary itself, you can visit this link, http://kellyshollywood.com/.  (Rated PG 13)
 

Mother's Night Out

Adrian, Rowland and Sunview Mom's (and grandma's and aunt's), join us for a much deserved night out on Wednesday, 4/29, at Memorial Junior High School.  This is an "adult only" evening for ladies to enjoy a little pampering and companionship.  For more info click here.
 

Rowland Elementary Makes a Difference with Pennies for Patients Fundraiser

Students and staff at Rowland recently participated in the Pennies for Patients Fundraiser from March 9th – March 20th. 1st grade teacher Lisa Davidson and the rest of the Rowland staff led the campaign, which raised funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Over the course of the two-week campaign, students brought in spare change to their classroom, and were rewarded with the opportunity to wear a crazy hat or bring their favorite stuffed animal with them to school on each Friday during the fundraiser. A grand total of $1,500 was raised during the campaign, with Mrs. Corr’s kindergarten class donating the largest amount, raising approximately $260. We congratulate the Rowland School Community for their generous support of the Pennies for Patients Fundraiser!
 

Memorial Science Fair Parent Night

You are Invited!!! The Memorial Science Fair Parent Night is being held on Thursday, April 16th from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. This will be a great time for you to see the results of all the work, time and effort that each student put forth in creating these wonderful projects.  Participating students will be present to explain their experimental process and findings to spectators as they walk through. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners will receive gift cards to their favorite stores! The evening is being sponsored by the 7th Grade Science Department.  Students who attend must be accompanied by a parent. Refreshments will be provided.  Hope to see you there!
 

Eat Wings, Raise Money!

Join the Brush Vocal Music Boosters at BW-3's on Monday, April 13th  from 5-10 PM to help raise money for the Vocal Music Boosters.  Buffalo Wild Wings will donate 15% of all pre-tax sales (less any promotional discounts) to the organization, which will supply the funds for next year’s scholarships for students in need of financial assistance with fees.   Either bring the certificate or mention you are supporting the Brush Vocal Music Boosters.  Thank you for your support!
 

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