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PTA Reflections Theme Contest

In addition to the Reflections Arts Competition, the search is on for the 2018-2019 National PTA Reflections program theme! Deadline to enter is November 4th.  The student who submits the winning entry will receive $100, and his or her theme will be announced at the National PTA Convention and Exhibition in June 2017. Repeat themes will not be considered.

For information on how to enter contact the Ohio PTA:  office@ohiopta.org or 614-781-6344.  Please contact Beryl Horrigan at berlyqu@sbcglobal.net to process any entries.


I Could Have Danced All Night!

Students from Ms. Stroud's Theater I and Improvisation class enjoyed a matinee performance of My Fair Lady at The Hanna Theatre. For many students, this was their first experience with live theater. Students were impressed with The Great Lakes Theater actors and actresses, and they look forward to supporting the arts at several other upcoming performances this school year.

Brush Robotics Team Visits Senior Citizens for Interactive Presentation

Members of the Brush High Robotics team recently visited with Senior Citizens of the community at the Lyndhurst Community Center to showcase their award winning skills. Led by advisor Pat Checkel, team members took a field trip to the community center and delivered a near one-hour presentation that included an introduction of themselves, a demonstration on some of the actual robots the team has constructed and then prepared a live demonstration. The intergenerational event was a positive experience for senior citizens to engage with an award-winning, student led team in the SEL Schools. Thank you to the Community Partnership on Aging for their help in the process.

Superintendent Reid Meets with Local Business Leaders
Superintendent Linda N. Reid met with six members from the local business community to introduce the Arc Business Partnership. The new program is designed to create a stronger, mutually beneficial relationship between the SEL schools and the local business community. By partnering with the district, local businesses can help support students with financial assistance to provide them with opportunities to pursue academic achievement through scholarships, event sponsorships and contests. In return, the district will say “thank you” and help participating businesses receive additional exposure to the school community through a variety of ways, including recognition in the district newsletter and on the district website. Stay tuned for more info regarding the Arc Business Partnership!  
What Is Your Story? Reflections 2016-2017
The 2016-2017 Reflections Competition is officially underway.  This year's theme "What Is Your Story" allows students to explore their creativity by creating original art in a variety of categories including Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Musical Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. Deadlines for submissions is Friday, November 18, 2016.  Click here for more information and entry form.  
Memorial Students Attend Anatomy Camp at CWRU
Memorial ALPHA and STEP UP students recently had the opportunity to experience hands on anatomy by way of anatomy camp at Case Western Reserve University. At Anatomy Camp, students experience learning in a fun, relaxed environment with instructors and pre-med students who are passionate about teaching anatomy. The 45 students at the sessions were divided into small groups. These lessons included the rare opportunity to examine human organs! The opportunity exceeded expectations and continues to demonstrate how the SEL schools educate, inspire and empower students to be high achieving contributing members of a global society.  
Homecoming Weekend & Spirit Week Pajama Day
In celebration of Homecoming, Brush students showed their spirit this week by participating in PJ Day.

Join us tonight!  Pregame parade and festivities will begin at approximately 5:30 PM.  Then stay to watch the ARCS pounce Painesville!  
Brush National Honor Society Inducts Newest Members
On September 26, 2016, the Brush High School National Honor Society inducted 14 new members. Members were selected based on their achievements in the four pillars of the National Honor Society: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. To be eligible to apply, students must have a minimum G.P.A. of 3.50. In addition, they must demonstrate how they have acted as leaders since starting high school and provide evidence that they have completed a required number of service hours.  This year’s induction ceremony included a guest speaker, Mr. Subodh Chandra, a managing partner of the Chandra Law Firm. Mr. Chandra spoke to the new inductees with passion as he explained the importance of character and service as they move forward into adulthood. The inductees and audience were left inspired by Mr. Chandra’s words.  For a list of inductees, click "read more".  
Sunview Teacher Honored as Newschannel 5 & Ohio Savings Bank’s Teacher of the Week
Sunview Elementary School teacher Kelly Grist will be featured as the Ohio Savings Bank’s Teacher of the Week on WEWS Newschannel 5’s broadcast this coming Monday, October 3, 2016 during the 5 p.m. Live on Five program. Kelly Grist was nominated by one of her parents for her dedication to the students in her class and for being a positive influence in their lives. Newschannel 5 on air personality, Janessa Webb made the surprise announcement in Ms. Grist’s class. The Ohio Savings Bank Teacher of the Week effort seeks to recognize terrific teachers in school districts throughout Northeast Ohio. Tune in on Monday, October 3, 2016 at 5 p.m.   
Memorial Students Participate in PBIS Kick-Off Event
Students at Memorial Junior High had the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of fun activities as part of this year’s PBIS kick-off event during the afternoon on Friday, September 23rd. PBIS, which stands for Positive Behavior Intervention System, is designed to promote positive classroom behavior and academic achievement by providing students incentives for meeting specific goals. PBIS events are held once per academic quarter, with a separate kick-off event held at the beginning of each school year. The kick-off event is open to all students and provides them an opportunity to experience participating in PBIS sponsored activities. This year’s event featured computer games in the library, a DJ and dancing in the cafeteria and a variety of sports activities.  
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