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Greenview Students Help Others in Need

Greenview Elementary collected 3,470 items and $232.55 to donate to the Garfield Food Pantry in South Euclid. Rodeya, Josh, Jaden and Kris from Mrs. Jesenovec's class collected, counted and packed almost 100 boxes of food, personal care, and miscellaneous items along with Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Crook. Congratulations students on a job well done!   

Greenview Students Incentivized to Give Back to the Community and Support PTA

Students at Greenview were recently rewarded for their hard work and efforts, by taking a limo ride to a local restaurant and enjoying a luncheon. Students who were considered to be “top sellers” in the Parent/Teacher Association fundraising endeavor this fall were incentivized to go above and beyond normal efforts in order to help gather funds for the organization. These students’ hard work paid off, as the limo took the approximately 12 students to the McDonald’s on Mayfield Road. Congratulations on behalf of the entire SEL Schools, for the hard work demonstrated by these students and for the kindness and generosity of the local PTA.
 

Greenview Recognizes 4th Grade Students of the Month

Greenview Upper Elementary formally recognized 4th grade students of the month for November with a fun pizza party on Friday, December 9th. The participating students were joined by School Counselor Mr. David Rash and Assistant Principal Mrs. Kathybel Ortiz, and were chosen by their respective classroom teachers for consistently demonstrating ARC qualities, including, giving 100% effort, working well with others, completing their class assignments and helping other students. The SEL Schools congratulate each 4th grade student of the month for embodying what it means to be an ‘Arc’ and encourage them to keep up the great work during the rest of the school year!
 

Bucket Activity Helps Inspire 5th Graders to Show Appreciation to Classmates

“How full is your bucket?” That question is a central theme in an ongoing school counseling initiative with 5th grade students at Greenview Upper Elementary. Led by School Counselor Miss Lisa Artino, the initiative seeks to encourage students to fill each other’s “buckets” with words of kindness, appreciation and respect. During a recent activity, Miss Artino was joined by Assistant Principal Mr. Damon Loretz with a bucket full of presents to help the students get started on putting the principles into practice. One of the 5th grade classrooms created a colorful bulletin board using the bucket items, making it easier to fill their classmates’ buckets. In addition, Greenview ISA Rich Ablondi created individual classroom bucket posters to help promote the importance of spreading kindness and encouragement among fellow students. Stay tuned for future updates from Greenview as our 5th graders continue to fill one another’s buckets and promote a positive classroom environment this school year!
 

Greenview Staff Members Use ‘Star Wars’ to Introduce Computer Coding

With the forthcoming release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, a growing sense of excitement for the next movie installment in the Star Wars universe is sweeping the country, including Greenview Upper Elementary. Librarian Sherry Deutsch and AV Assistant Janine Velotta dressed up as Star Wars characters, complete with toy lightsabers, to help introduce a lesson on computer coding to students in their class during the week of December 5th. Computer coding is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related skill that is becoming increasingly important in today’s workforce and global economy. As part of the lesson, students watched a video showing the importance of coding when creating movies with animation. The ‘force’ was strong with the students as they demonstrated an understanding of the lesson’s concepts by creating code to move their animated characters. Congratulations to the Greenview students for a job well done!
 

Cleveland Regional Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Contest
This year's MLK Oratorical contest is accepting submissions. Winners of this regional competition move to compete at the statewide level. The Contest is of inestimable value in enhancing the development and communication skills of our youth. The Ohio Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission, established in 1985, is committed to educating children about Dr. King's legacy of brotherhood among all people. This year’s theme is Stick with Love: the Work Continues, derived from Dr. King’s love-themed speech given 50 years ago. The Competition takes place on 2/11/17 at Lee Heights Community Church, on Lee Rd. Registration deadline is 1/31/17.  For info and registration, click here.  
2016 Reflections Art Competition
The 2016 Reflections Arts Competition took place in the Brush High School library on Thursday, December 1st.  This year's theme "What Is Your Story" encouraged 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.  We had many outstanding entries. Congratulations to all of our participating students! Click on "read more" for a list of winners and some wonderful photographs from the event.  
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.   
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