K-6 Report Cards being sent home with students on Friday, 10/31 
District News
Scholastic Book Fair

Greenview Upper Elementary’s libraries will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair starting Monday, November 17 through Friday, November 21st. Students will be visiting the Book Fair during their scheduled library time. The Fair will be stocked with school supplies and reading materials for all ages. This is a great opportunity for students to purchase reading materials for themselves and for holiday gifts.

Online shopping is available between November 12 and December 2. The online Fair is available on the Greenview Library web page, or by clicking here.

 

 

Rowland Elementary School Hosts Special Community Visitor

As part of its continued partnership with the nearby community, Rowland Elementary School second graders had two special guests in their classroom last week, to help promote safety. South Euclid Police Department Officer Mike Fink and his partner, K9 Kolbe, visited Mrs. Grande’s second grade class in honor of Red Ribbon Week, which helps promote community awareness and safe practices. Officer Fink shared some of his experience as a police officer, and also as a trainer of police dogs, which play a vital role in helping to prevent various crimes. In addition, Officer Fink and K9 Kolbe shared safety tips, discussed just how the two work together on a day-to-day basis and performed several live demonstrations. Thank you to the South Euclid Police Department and Officer Mike Fink and K9 Kolbe for their time with the students at Rowland Elementary School.
 

Adrian School Walkathon

Adrian students, parents and teachers -- more than 100 people in all -- took to the streets in the vicinity of Adrian Elementary School Saturday morning to participate in the 2014 Adrian School Walkathon.

The Walkathon is in its fourth year and principal Dr. Mark Woodby said it usually attracts about 100 walkers. In order to take part, each student raises $40 from family and friends in the community.

"The money raised goes straight to the PTA for assemblies, supplies, teachers' needs and equipment," said Dr. Woodby, in his 11th year as principal at Adrian.  Sun News Coverage

   

Advanced Placement Parent Meeting Held at Brush High School

Last evening (10/27), a meeting was held at Brush High School that provided an update and overview of expectations related to The College Board Advanced Placement program. Parents also heard additional information about the current program as well as upcoming changes that will be made to accommodate The Ohio Department of Education’s new accountability system College/Career Preparedness. Guest speaker, Joel Gulko, Senior Director of The College Board, provided information regarding our very own BHS performance data. In addition to recommendations for improvement and how parents can help support their child’s success in the program. Click here for handouts and informative AP links.  
 

SEL Schools Seeks Input

Please join us on Monday, November 3, for a forum to discuss the districts Federal Programs; Title One Grant and IDEIA Grant (Individuals With Disabilities Education Improvement Act).  The forum is specifically intended for all parents of children with disabilities in grades K-12.  We hope to see you on November 3, at 6 PM at the Administration Building (5044 Mayfield Rd., Lyndhurst).  See attached
 

Former Brush Parent Conducts Workshop with AP Photography Students

Former Brush parent and district resident Greg Martin recently conducted a workshop with AP Photography students at Brush HS on Wednesday, October 8th. The workshop focused on the history and process of Collodion wet plate printing, an earlier photographic process that was used extensively during the Civil War era, to capture images from the conflict, in addition to portraits and landscapes. Mr. Martin presented photographs he created using the wet plate process and also took portraits with the students.

(Photo: Senior, Micayla Moss & Greg Martin)
   

Memorial Junior High Groups Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer Research

 In honor of breast cancer awareness month, which is celebrated each year during the month of October, nearly thirty seventh and eighth grade Memorial Junior High students walked in the rain, proudly wearing their pink colored clothing in order to help promote awareness and knowledge for this disease.
 

Scholastic Book Fair

The Memorial Junior High School Library and the PTA will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair Monday, November 17 through Friday, November 21. Students will be visiting the Book Fair with their Social Studies class. The Fair will be stocked with school supplies and reading materials for all ages. This is a great opportunity for students to purchase reading materials for themselves and for holiday gifts. 
 

Brush Arcs Marching Band on Fox 8 News

Check out the Brush Arcs Marching Band in their appearance on Fox 8 News this past Friday morning. According to director, Mrs. Kaylee Flynt, "The kids were great and had more fun than they thought they were going to! It was a great experience!"

Brush Arcs Marching Band on Fox 8 News
   

SEL Fall 2014 Arc Pride Newsletter

The SEL Schools’ Arc Pride newsletter is available for viewing by clicking here. For this very first edition of the school year, Arc Pride Volume II, Issue I provides a summary of the recently published SEL Schools Quality Profile. The Quality Profile is a community-oriented companion to the state report card which features academic, co-curricular, student leadership, activities and financial information about the SEL Schools. Superintendent Reid also presents the community with a welcome message, and spotlights Karl Williamson, our new principal at Brush High School. Please keep an eye out for the hard copy publication, which will hit community mailboxes in the next week or so.
 

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