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The SEL Schools’ review of Destination 2018, the District’s 5-Year Strategic Plan is presently underway, with group of community members, joined by staff members reviewing the components of the document that was created five years ago. After a kick-off meeting that took place in early March, groups of individuals were organized to expressly review the four areas-of-focus contained within the strategic plan, including Teaching and Instruction, Communications and Community Partnerships, School Community Climate and Facilities. The SEL Schools would like to thank the individuals who are currently volunteering their time to serve on the various sub-committees of the Strategic Planning review process. 

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Posted Wednesday, April 18, 2018

On Wednesday, April 11th, fourteen Brush High School students participated in Brush’s First Annual Poetry Slam. These students attended Creative Writing Workshops during their Academic Lab period, and were instructed by Kisha Nicole Foster and Stephanie Ginese, members of Twelve Literary Arts, an organization that teaches performance poetry. The student’s poetry was written using the theme “social injustice” and how this affected them on a personal level. All 14 students braved the stage and the spotlight, sharing their thoughts and emotions. They entered this slam knowing it was a competition, and they all brought their A-game. 

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Posted Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Congratulations to Mike Murphy on being selected as the AD of the Year at the recent NEOIAAA awards banquet. Mike was also awarded the Tim Flannery Horizon Award  in 2012, and the Sportsmanship, Ethics & Integrity Award in 2017.  Brush High School Athletics was also one of only two  recipients in Ohio to receive the prestigious OIAAA/OHSAA Award of Excellence in 2017.  Since being an athletic administrator at Brush, Mike has served on the NEIOAAA Executive Committee, a member of NIAAA, OIAAA and OASSA. Mike obtained his CAA and is pursuing his CMAA.  In the short time Mike has been athletic administrator at Brush, he has hosted many conference tournaments, sectional, district semi-final and district final games. During his tenure, Brush has installed new turf, digital scoreboards, coaches’ office and conference room center and a 6000 square foot fitness and wellness complex.  We have also seen the addition of a full time Strength and Conditioning Coach and an Assistant Athletic Director.   Congrats Mike!  And Go ARCS!

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Posted Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Artwork created by Brush junior Kayla Feagin recently went viral on Twitter thanks to the enthusiastic support of her sister who shared pictures of the creation online, resulting in over 2,000 retweets and nearly 4,000 likes! 

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Posted Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Students and staff at Brush High School will have an additional layer of safety and protection in case of a heart-related emergency thanks to the generous donation of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) device by the 4Alec Foundation.  Founded by Scott and Stephanie Kornet, the 4Alec Foundation is dedicated to increasing awareness and prevention of Sudden Cardiac Arrest and is named after their son and former Brush student, Alec Kornet, who passed away due to an undiagnosed heart condition in February 2017. The AED was formally presented by the Kornet family.  Now available for viewing online!

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Posted Friday, April 6, 2018

Artwork created by Brush student Alila Davis was recently selected to be displayed as part of the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition in Columbus, OH.  The program provides high school students an opportunity to showcase their talents while encouraging an appreciation for the arts and highlighting the excellent art instruction available to students throughout Ohio.  Alila’s “Self Portrait” is part of the Silver Gelatin Print/Photography category and was originally submitted as part of the recent regional competition hosted at Brush High School, which served as one of fifteen regional judging sites.  Co-Directors and Brush art instructors Hadley Conner and Sarah Curry coordinated the regional judging with the assistance of three judges and a dedicated group of student volunteers. 

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Posted Friday, March 23, 2018

South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools named Eddie Hall as its next Head Football coach at Brush High School, following board approval earlier this week. Hall served as the offensive coordinator at Lorain High School and assistant coach during the past eight years. He becomes the 20th Head Football coach in the 90+ year history of Brush Football.  

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Posted Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The SEL Schools proudly recognized the entire district Transportation Department as part of National Bus Driver Month in February.  As part of the 2018 Love the Bus Campaign, elementary students showed their appreciation by creating colored pictures that read “Love the Bus” to give to their respective bus driver. The Love the Bus Campaign was started in 2007 by The American School Bus Council to help raise awareness on the important role of the yellow school bus in education and to recognize the individuals who transport students each day.  

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Posted Tuesday, March 20, 2018

The Brush Academic Team went undefeated on Saturday and became the Western Reserve Champions for the third year in a row!  Individually, senior Jamie Schmidt, placed second for overall points scored per game! Congratulations to champs Jamie Schmidt, Kareem King, Zach Lashley and Owen Seddon!!

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Posted Tuesday, March 20, 2018

The SEL Schools hosted its first-ever Arc Elite Community Outreach Day yesterday, featuring Brush High School Alumnus, Roy Hall, who was an Ohio State University standout and played in the National Football League. The event was a day of inspiration and community outreach for students and staff members. Reading sessions took place throughout the district, motivational assemblies were held with Mr. Hall and nearly 10 other former Ohio State Buckeye or professional athletes and a charity basketball game was held in Welser Gymnasium. A community Bar-B-Q Dinner then took place in the Brush High School cafeteria.

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Posted Thursday, March 15, 2018
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