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The Blue Moons Left Us Standing Alone...UNTIL NOW!
1972…a Sha Na Na concert and a backyard summer party was where it started. The next, and supposedly final goal, was to impress choir director, Lindley Hall, enough to let them perform in the Brush Vocal Music Fall Concert. They auditioned, Mr. Hall smiled and a phenomenon was born.

The Fabulous Blue Moons, all mid-70's Brush grads, performed often during the subsequent 33 years.   However, as these 17 year olds found themselves turning 50, it became more and more difficult for the group to coordinate their schedules to accommodate performances and so, in 2005, The Fabulous Blue Moons took their final curtain call.

In April, 2005 approximately 625 people crammed Normandy Party Center for their “Farewell Tour”, proceeds of which was donated to the Brush Vocal Music Boosters.

The hall was too crowded, the tables were too full…and no one cared. There wasn’t room to move on the dance floor…and no one cared. All anyone cared about was being together and celebrating the end of an Era.  And through the tears and tributes that endings bring, everyone was grateful to be a part of one last time, one final show…UNTIL NOW!

The Moons will rise again in the sky on Saturday, July 4, 2015 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. as they rock the community at Legacy Village. This is a reunion you won’t want to miss! Hope to see you there!
 

Brush Junior Wins Blacks in Government Oratorical Contest

Brush High School Junior Jaylen Perkins won the local chapter of the ‘Blacks in Government Oratorical Contest’ and will travel to Indianapolis at the end of this month to compete in a regional event. The Blacks in Government organization is a national group that advocates for equality of opportunity and professional development for black employees at all levels of government. This year’s topic included a commentary on Domestic Violence and Abuse, and explored ways that this societal disease can be cured. Jaylen is no stranger to winning this competition, serving as last year’s victor as well. The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools congratulates Jaylen on this honor and wishes him the best on June 27, 2015 as a representative at the regional competition.
 

Brush High School Graduate Eric Milstein National Merit Scholar

Eric D. Milstein, a 2015 graduate of Charles F. Brush High School, closes a very distinguished academic career with several notable accolades and accomplishments. Eric was awarded a National Merit Scholarship, which is given to a select and highly competitive pool of recipients from across the entire country. He scored a perfect 36 on the ACT and a combined 2350 on the SAT exams, with totals of 800 in critical reading, 770 in math and 780 in writing. Eric earned the honor of being Valedictorian for the Class of 2015, and will be attending the University of Chicago in the fall. Congratulations to Eric D. Milstein on his successes as a student in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools and all the best him in his coming endeavors.
 

Brush Hosts Youth Basketball Camp

Last Wednesday, new Boys Basketball coach Chet Mason kicked off a new era of Brush Boys Basketball by hosting a FREE Youth Basketball camp for boys and girls in grades 4-8. The camp was held on the final day of school, when most kids run out the doors to summer break. This was not the case for nearly 90 campers who attended the three-hour camp! Coach Mason was joined by his new staff and head girls basketball coach Rob Koelling and his staff, they put the athletes through six stations to increase fundamental skill level. Coach Mason and Coach Koelling also shared encouraging and educational remarks with the campers as well.

Coach Mason is somewhat a celebrity these days. Check out the story and video on cleveland.com.
 

Career Day at Sunview

Sunview Elementary School hosted career day this Spring. We embraced the expertise of our parents and community members to speak with our 2nd and 3rd grade students about a range of careers. Students took pleasure in viewing and learning about several fish and bugs that the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District uses to determine the health of our lake. Our students are now better informed about how airplane parts are made, how illustrations are created from an artist, how web development is done, and they even met a Cuyahoga County judge. Many students discovered the concept of entrepreneurship for the first time, while a cosmetologist expanded students’ knowledge on hair care methods. Students also had a chance to flex their muscles when they learned about massage therapy.   Thanks to all those who took their time to share their expertise with our students.
 

Sunview Supergames

The Sunview students enjoyed a different kind of "field day" on the last day of school. Each class rotated among a variety of games built to reinforce coordination and teamwork. The students loved it and want to send a big thank you to the Sunview PTA for providing this wonderful opportunity.
 

Spotlight Shines on Memorial Students at Talent Show

Students at Memorial Junior High School showcased their impressive musical and performance abilities at Memorial’s Got Talent 2015 Talent Show, on Tuesday, June 2nd. Memorial teacher Ms. Andrea Anderson started the ceremony with an impressive performance of "The Star Spangled Banner". Student Jayden Whitfield served as the emcee of the talent show, which featured a wide variety of instrumental and vocal performances by over thirty students.

At the conclusion of the show, staff members awarded each performer with an award certificate. Congratulations to all of the performers at Memorial’s Got Talent 2015 Talent Show!
   

8th Graders Recognized at Awards Assembly

Parents and friends filled the New Gymnasium at Memorial Junior High School on Wednesday, June 3, 2015, to recognize the achievements of the eighth grade class. The theme for this year’s ceremony was “Challenges Mastered Are Opportunities Won”, and the future class of 2019 certainly exemplified this theme as they were recognized for various accomplishments during their time at Memorial Junior High. In her opening remarks, Principal Kathybel Ortiz praised the eighth grade class for their hard work and dedication, and urged them to make good decisions in the future to build positive character. Class speakers Elizabeth Farren and Kareem King both shared their pride in being a part of the Class of 2019, and encouraged their classmates to face the challenges that lie ahead during the next four years.
 

So You Think You Can Dance - CANCELLED

Join the Brush Arcettes at Brush High School for a fun filled week learning ballet, hip-hop and jazz culminating with a recital at the end of the week.  Students in grades K-8 are welcome to register for this event, which is being held Monday, June 8 through Friday, June 12. PLEASE NOTE:  THIS CAMP HAS BEEN CANCELLED.  

Smiles Abound on the Last Day of School

Good moods and smiles were plentiful as students of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools celebrated their last day of school on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Some buildings welcomed summer break with class parties and outdoor activities, while others performed “clap outs". The 2015-2016 school year begins for students on Wednesday, August 19, 2015. Until then, the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools congratulates everyone on a fine year, and wishes you a safe and enjoyable summer.
 

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