The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, in partnership with Legacy Village, hosted its 3rd annual SEL Appreciation Day this past Saturday, September 14, 2019. SEL students of all ages had the opportunity to share in activities and perform for the community with all funds raised going towards various student organizations. Among the various performances were the resounding melodies of the Brush High School Marching Band, the talented dancers of the Arcettes and Cheerleaders and the rhythmic beats of the Jazz Band. Now in its 3rd year, SEL Appreciation Day has become a staple event for community members to see firsthand the skills of our students and the organizations in which they meaningfully participate.
The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools Board of Education will host a Special Meeting on Tuesday, September 24 th at 6:00 p.m. on the second floor of the Administration Building for the purpose of discussing the results of the State Report Card. Community members who are interested in learning more about the metrics associated with the State Report Card and how the District performed should plan to attend. More specifically, the discussion will include an overview summary of the different components of the State Report Card, what it does and does not measure and the specific metrics used for results.
Students and staff at Greenview Campus, formerly known as Greenview Upper Elementary School, have enjoyed a successful start to the 2019-2020 school year. The school redesign process involved the creation of two schools, Greenview Intermediate School (4th Grade) and Greenview Middle School (5th-6th grade), in the same building. The “school within a school” concept was implemented to focus on the needs of incoming elementary fourth grade students, while embracing a middle school concept for fifth and sixth grade students. Congratulations to the Greenview Campus staff and students on a successful transition!
The first day of school in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools began with a great deal of excitement and pride throughout all buildings in the District. Building Principals and their staffs greeted students and families with hugs, smiles and a tremendous sense of happiness.
The 2019 SEL Schools Convocation had an extra level of excitement due to the surprise debut of Brush High School’s new mascot, “Arcy” in the Performing Arts Center on Monday, August 12, 2019. “Arcy” joined the Brush Marching Band and Cheerleading squad during their energized performance to kick-off the Convocation, drawing applause and cheers from the packed audience. The new mascot will serve to generate a great deal of “Arc Pride” at future athletic events and through scheduled visits to each of the District’s school buildings!
Josh Hill was officially hired as the new Treasurer of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools by a unanimous vote of the Board of Education at a Special Meeting held on Monday, July 29, 2019. The hiring comes at the completion of an exhaustive hiring process, overseen by Finding Leaders, a renowned, professional search firm, where many highly qualified applicants were interviewed.
“The SEL Schools formally welcomes Mr. Hill as the new Treasurer of our District,” said SEL Schools Board President Stefanie Rhine. “His experience as Treasurer, professionalism and eagerness to join our team best suited Mr. Hill for this position.”