Veteran’s Day was celebrated throughout the district on Monday, November 11th with ceremonies of solemn gratitude and respect. One such recognition opportunity for our men and women in the United States Armed Services came inside one of Greenview’s 5th grade social studies classes, which featured Staff Sergeant Cody Bizily, who discussed with students his experiences in the US Air Force flying a KC-46 refueling tanker. Students were thoroughly engaged with the presentation and had the opportunity to ask questions when Staff Sergeant Bizily’s presentation was completed. On behalf of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, we thank every veteran for their dedication to our country and service to our nation.
The Brush High School Drama Department is proud to present You Can't Take it With You. This Pulitzer Prize winning play, by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, is about a man from a family of rich snobs who becomes engaged to a woman from a good-natured but decidedly eccentric family.
5th grade STEM students at Greenview Middle School recently learned about the properties of sound and vibration through a series of simulations performed in class. First, students learned how sound waves are capable of traveling through the different states of matter, specifically, solids, liquids and gases.
The school year’s first edition of the Arc Pride newsletter, the SEL Schools’ quarterly publication will soon be in homes for the community to review. Inside the edition, the Arc Pride features a variety of student-interest stories and updates from the District.
Calling on all students to get creative and enter the National PTA’s Reflections Art Competition! This year's theme is "Look Within". The competition is open to artists, writers, photographers, videographers, choreographers, and composers. Get your rules and entry form from your school or print here. Deadline for entries is November 15th .
Fifth grade students at Greenview Middle School demonstrated initiative, creativity and precision-like focus during a recent project involving the design of 3D printed wrenches. The first step involved students drawing a conceptual design of their open-end wrench, which included selecting the size and designing individualized features for the handle. Students then entered the design specifications into a 3D printer located in the school’s Makerspace area to print the final product.
The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools will be conducting a community survey with residents about the attitudes and feelings, along with the overall perception of the District. The survey will be conducted with the help of Center for Marketing and Opinion Research, a professional survey firm who specializes in scientifically gathering data and accurately analyzing the results. The survey will be conducted by phone and will begin the week of September 20th and will continue for several weeks.
Students across the District participated in the annually hosted Fathers Walk sponsored by The Cuyahoga County Fatherhood Initiative on Thursday, September 19th. As part of the yearly program, fathers, grandfathers, brothers, uncles and other father figures are encouraged to walk to school with their children to demonstrate the important role that they play in their students’ lives.