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Strong Turnout at 3rd Annual Arc Fit Coaches Clinic

The Arc Fit Complex at Brush High School was filled with energy and excitement as seventy-five local football and strength and conditioning coaches attended the 3rd Annual Player and Program Development Coaches Clinic on Saturday, December 8, 2018.  The highly anticipated event provided a venue for attendees to learn and share knowledge on a wide range of topics geared towards how to structure a successful and productive offseason players program.  Guest speakers included two-time NCAA football national champion David Trichel from Focus 3, an organization which focuses on fostering individual and organizational leadership, Carlo Alvarez, Strength and Conditioning Coach at University School, Todd Hamer, Director of Strength and Conditioning at George Washington University and Fred Hale, Co-Director of Sports Performance at Eastern Michigan University.  A special thank-you to all Brush staff who contributed to organizing all clinic activities and speakers.  Finally, thank you to all coaches and trainers in attendance for helping to make the 3rd Annual Player and Program Development Coaches Clinic a success!

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Posted Monday, December 17, 2018

Varsity Basketball Players Promote Cancer Awareness

Recently, members of the Varsity Men's Basketball Program collaborated and decided to shave their heads for Cancer Awareness. Our young men are dedicated to bringing awareness to all types of cancers. Shaving their heads for this purpose is just one small step towards a large goal of being able to continuously support those in need.

Please be sure to encourage, congratulate and support the players as they continue to help make a difference in the lives of those affected by Cancer. Your encouragement means a lot to them and shows that you stand behind them 100%!

Also, please be sure to come out and support your #4 ranked Brush Arcs on Tuesday December 18th as they take on #2 ranked St. Edwards. This game will not only be an exciting game for our basketball program but it will also be an exciting time for our district and community. During the course of the game we will be acknowledging all cancer survivors as well those who are currently in the fight.   Hope to see you there.

#BiggerThanBasketball #SELSchools #TrustTheProcess #RaiseAwareness 

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Posted Monday, December 17, 2018

Reflections 2018

The Ohio PTA, through the National PTA, holds an annual cultural arts program, Reflections. Children in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to create and submit original works of art in any of six areas: dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts. The theme this year was "Heroes Around Me".  Students were encouraged to create work with this theme in mind. Congratulations to our 2018 winners!

Pre-k - 2nd grade
LITERATURE
1st place - Ashley Ray - Sunview

PHOTOGRAPHY
1st place - Kale Ray - Sunview

VISUAL ARTS
1st place - Nathan Fovozzo - Sunview
2nd place - Zachary Ockenden - Sunview
3rd place - Diana Hardy - Adrian

3rd grade - 5th grade
LITERATURE
1st place - Gunner StClair - Greenview
2nd place - Raia Adams - Rowland
3rd place - Teshanna Clarke - Adrian

PHOTOGRAPHY
1st place - Maya Stanton - Greenview
2nd place - McKenzie StClair - Sunview
3rd place - Jason Rossi - Greenview

VISUAL ARTS
1st place - Joseph Torres - Greenview
2nd place - Curtis Bickham Jr. - Greenview
3rd place - Massimo Tripi - Greenview

6th grade - 8th grade
PHOTOGRAPHY
1st place - Chloe Alexander - Memorial

VISUAL ARTS
1st place - Karmyn Dancy - Memorial
2nd place - Raia Freeman - Greenview
3rd place - Anaiyah Mays - Greenview

9th grade - 12th grade
PHOTOGRAPHY
1st place - Marc Saxe - Brush
2nd place - Julia Kiefer - Brush
3rd place - Amber Jones - Brush

VISUAL ARTS
1st place - Casidy Thomas - Brush
2nd place - Princess Egbo - Brush

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Posted Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Support Brush High Students Costa Rica Trip

Brush is sending a group of 31 Juniors and Seniors on an ecological and cultural tour of Costa Rica during Spring Break 2019.  Please support them by stopping at Chipotle in Legacy Village from 5-9 PM on Tuesday Dec. 11th.  Bring in this flyer or mention Brush High School when you order, and 33% of the total will go towards their group.  On behalf of our student travelers, thanks so much for your support

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Posted Thursday, December 6, 2018

Jazz Effect Entertains Community Senior Citizens

Nearly a dozen members of the Charles F. Brush High School’s jazz band, Jazz Effect, entertained more 40 senior citizens at Lyndhurst Community Center earlier this week. Under the direction of advisor John Shamp, Jazz Effect performed a variety of holiday music along with classic and contemporary jazz numbers. Senior citizens were clapping their hands and tapping their feet to the soulful vibe evoked from the music. Even the approving shouts of “Bravo,” and “Encore,” could be heard from those who gathered to watch and listen to the 30-minute performance by the students. Superintendent Linda N. Reid joined the jazz group’s students as they mingled with senior citizens at the Community Partnership on Aging, who helped to coordinate the event. Most impressive were the musicians on the flute, trombones, trumpets, drums and saxophones who demonstrated their improvisation skills during their respective solos in the songs. A wonderful performance was delivered as Jazz Effect helped community senior citizens usher in the holiday season.

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Posted Thursday, December 6, 2018

Peaceful Solutions

The ESC of Northeast Ohio's Gifted & Talented Program took place on November 13 at the Beck Center for the Arts in Lakewood. High school students from South Euclid Lyndhurst, Warrensville Heights, Rocky River, Richmond Heights, and Bedford learned how to create peaceful solutions through the arts. This one-day workshop included opportunities for students to write songs, play instruments, paint, mold with clay and learn how cultural arts can have a positive impact on their lives and society.

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Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Arc Elite Students Participate in Regional Celebration with Alumni Roy Hall

Nine students from Charles F. Brush High School’s Arc Elite Leadership organization were recently invited to Downtown Cleveland for the 2018 Center for Community Solutions Celebration of Human Service at the Hilton Garden Inn. The group was specifically invited to listen to a presentation delivered by Brush Alumni and Arc Elite Leader, Roy Hall, who addressed the group as the event’s keynote speaker. Roy’s speech fired up the hundreds of human service professionals and those receiving awards for their efforts towards improving the communities in and around the Greater Cleveland area. The students were then given the opportunity to participate in group discussions and learn about career opportunities in human service industries. The Arc Elite Leadership organization is dedicated to providing students in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools with experiences and opportunities that will help them to grow and become future-ready. Thank you to everyone involved in making this event a success.

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Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Brush NHS Food Drive

The Brush High School National Honor Society just wrapped up an extremely successful Thanksgiving Food Drive.  Students, staff, and community members came together and demonstrated why South Euclid and Lyndhurst are such remarkable communities.  The National Honor Society collected countless bags and boxes of food items and more than $650.  The National Honor Society was able to organize and supply 10 local families with Thanksgiving dinners and more.  On November 19th, the officers of the National Honor Society delivered the food items.  Each family received generous portions of non-perishable food items and a gift card.  In addition, so much food was collected, that the National Honor Society was able to donate a significant quantity to the Garfield Memorial Church, an organization that provides food to families in the surrounding communities.

We would like to send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who contributed.  Many of the recipients expressed tremendous gratitude for the generosity of everyone involved.  

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Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Choir Students Participate in OMEA District Event

Eight wonderfully dedicated and talented choir students represented Brush in their participation at the OMEA District 4/7 honors choir event at Cleveland State this past weekend!  Students had to prepare 5 advanced high school/collegiate level choral pieces to rehearse with the guest choral clinician (who came from the University of Georgia) and perform on Saturday in concert!  Students from 23 other high schools participated, creating a choir of over 150 students high school students!  

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Posted Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Senior Class Fundraiser: Pampered Chef

We are excited to announce the current Class of 2019 fundraiser through Pampered Chef! With the upcoming holidays, we know you will find great gift ideas online. Please help support the Class of 2019 by clicking the link: www.pamperedchef.com/party/brushseniorprom  and purchasing some awesome items for yourself or as a gift for someone on your list! This fundraiser will close December 7th so you have plenty of time to shop!! Feel free to share the link with family and friends. You must use the link above for the fundraiser to be credited to the Brush Class of 2019.

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Posted Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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