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STEM Club Helps Greenview Students Build Problem Solving Skills
Funded by a Legacy Village grant, STEM Club provides Greenview students the opportunity to improve their problem solving and team-building skills through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related learning activities. The group is composed of 5th and 6th grade students who were nominated by their teachers and participated in STEM Club activities during the previous school year. Under the advising of staff member Erin Macsurak, the STEM Club meets twice each month after school in the STEM lab. Problem solving was selected as the theme and primary focus for this year’s activities. At the club’s most recent meeting in November, students used materials such as plastic tubes, wheels and other components to construct a car.   
Greenview NEHS Members Begin Fundraiser Planning
Led by staff advisors Apryl Buchanan and Kathy Everson, 5th and 6th grade students from the Greenview chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society recently discussed ideas for community service projects to participate in during the school year. Students also began preparations for a fundraiser on behalf of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society which began this week. The National Elementary Honor Society is a great privilege to be a part of.  Members must sign a contract stating that they will meet the requirements the NEHS upholds. Guidelines include obtaining 20 hours of community service, attending at least 60% of group meetings, following all school rules and regulations, as well as maintaining a 3.25 GPA each quarter. Stay tuned for future updates on the NEHS at Greenview.  
Heroin Epidemic
Our parents and schools are an integral part of our community and having information about heroin, other opioids, addiction and resources is crucial. We are reaching out to families to provide an opportunity to learn more about the various local and regional resources dedicated to addressing addiction and mental health issues and other related problems associated with these societal concerns. There is much being said about this epidemic and more can being done by increasing our understanding of addiction problems. The panel at this forum is very well versed. There will be a variety of resource providers represented with information on their services. The Cleveland Clinic, in partnership with Live Long Lyndhurst is sponsoring this learning opportunity. THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!  
Greenview Hosts Fall Fun Activities
Students at Greenview Upper Elementary had the opportunity to participate in a variety of fun and exciting fall themed activities on Friday, October 28th. As part of Greenview’s PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention System) program, students in grades 4-6 who met the behavior goals for the month of October attended a grade level dance in the school gym. 4th grade students participated in a Fall Festival during the afternoon, which featured fun games provided by the Greenview PTA, as well as a parade through the hallways in creative and fun costumes.  5th and 6th grade students had the opportunity to visit a Haunted STEM lab, which featured spooky decorations and lights, various laboratory concoctions, informative exhibits on spiders and a special “touch activity” which required students to place their hands inside a box to discover its mysterious contents.   Congratulations to students who participated and THANK-YOU to the Greenview PTA for helping to support this year’s fall festivities!  
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!  
Elementary Schools Participate in Fathers Walk 2016
Students at all four district elementary schools were provided a special opportunity to walk to school and spend time with their fathers and father-figures as part of the Fathers Walk 2016 program on Thursday, September 22nd. The annual event is designed to encourage fathers and father-figures to play an active role in the life of their child and be a positive role model. In addition to refreshments, each building’s program included remarks by school administrators and a variety of guest speakers. The program closed with all participants standing and reciting the Fathers Walk Pledge together, expressing their commitment to supporting their child’s learning and communicating the importance of doing their best in school. Each father and father-figure in attendance then walked with their child to the main entrance of the school building.  
SEL Schools Addresses Recently Released State Report Card
Yesterday, the Ohio Department of Education released the results for the State Report Card for the 2015-2016 school year. The purpose of the State Report card is to help identify strengths and weaknesses in each child’s educational programming. The SEL Schools encourages the community to view the results of the State Report Card in their proper context, in that, the current inconsistencies of the testing environment in Ohio have made preparing for them a significant challenge. Simply put, three separate and individual tests have been administered from the State in three separate years. The entire SEL leadership team, including teachers and staff welcome accountability, and are proud of the grades it received during the 2014-2015 school year as well as the State’s first ever Momentum Award for receiving A’s on every value added indicator. Yet only six months later, this past year’s results fell short of the prior year’s marks. This report card does not accurately measure how the SEL Schools are actually performing. Please read more by clicking here.  
A.L.I.C.E. Parent Info Night
In collaboration with the Lyndhurst Police Department we ask that you join us at 6:30 p.m. on September 29 to learn about A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate). Click "read more" for flyer.  
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South Euclid, OH 44121
Phone: 216-691-2245
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