To help promote improved social and academic outcomes of students, each building in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools implements a Positive Behavioral Interventions Supports (PBIS) system. The framework uses a variety of incentives to help foster a positive climate for learning and achievement. Greenview Middle School students who met their second quarter goals were rewarded with a PBIS dodgeball assembly. Students from each homeroom competed against each other in a fun-filled competition that determined bragging rights in the new year!
Prior to winter break, 5th and 6th grade members of the Greenview Band and Orchestra groups delivered an impressive winter holiday concert in front of family, staff and friends in the school gym. Students played a mix of traditional and contemporary holiday musical selections. Both student instrumental groups practiced diligently and made noticeable improvement in their playing proficiency. Thank you to our Greenview music instructors, Mr. Vandall, Mr. Shamp, Mr. Shook and Miss Baric for their hard work and dedication in preparing our students for their performances.
The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, by a unanimous decision of the Board of Education in late 2019, has placed a 6.9 mill additional levy on the March 17, 2020 ballot that specifically allocates 5.9 mills for general operations and 1 mill for general permanent improvements throughout the District. The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools has stretched the current levy by 7 years, which is more than twice as long as the average length of a levy in the District by taking a variety of cost-cutting and cost-avoidance measures. This levy will cost the homeowner of a $100k home in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools’ community an additional $20.13 per month. The SEL Schools is dedicated to being fully transparent with the community about the needs for this levy by providing information in various mediums, including hard copy, online, social media and through hosting informational meetings. The first of such meetings will take place on Tuesday, January 21st at 4:15 p.m. at the Board of Education Office, 5044 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124 in the second-floor auditorium. All are invited to attend.
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Greenview Middle School students took the opportunity to give back to the community by making holiday cards to share with local senior citizens in need. Each card featured colorful, hand-drawn decorations and holiday messages. The cards were distributed with Meals on Wheels orders to those in need in the Hillcrest area. A special thank you to the South Euclid Center for Aging for their assistance in delivering the holiday cards. Thank you to all participating Middle School students for their demonstration of giving during the holiday season!
Greenview Middle School students and staff took the opportunity to celebrate the holiday season shortly before the start of winter break by wearing a variety of festive sweaters, hats and outfits. From Santa hats to Christmas tree ornaments and lights, each outfit was original and displayed a great deal of Arc pride. Students and staff both returned from winter break refreshed and with a renewed commitment to learning and doing their best each and every day! Way to go Greenview!
Students at Greenview Campus recently demonstrated a spirit of generosity as National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) members helped to coordinate a school-wide canned food drive to help fill the pantry at Garfield Memorial Church in South Euclid.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2019-2020 Reflections Competition and a big thank you to Legacy Village's Change for Charity for providing prizes.