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Efforts are underway to replace the athletic track at Korb Field with a brand new, rubberized surface. Crews began removing the existing rubber track on Wednesday, June 14th and will grind and repave with new a blacktop foundation during the week of June 18th.  Once the repaved blacktop surface has been given a few weeks to set, a new rubber track will be installed and painted in July 2018.  The track replacement at Korb Field was deemed a top priority by the SEL Schools as the existing track was last resurfaced in 2000 and had begun to delaminate, causing holes to develop in the track surface. 

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Posted Wednesday, June 20, 2018
2014 Brush graduate, Brandon McGhee, served as a stellar representative of Brush High School during his years at Princeton.  Way to go Brandon!
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Posted Monday, June 18, 2018

Wednesday, 5/23, marked the official end of the 2017-18 school year. Students and staff observed the final day of school with a variety of end-of-year activities. Sunview students participated in Supergames, a fun-filled extravaganza of games on the field located behind the school. Generously funded by the Sunview PTA, the event featured inflatables, tug-of-war, a super-sized big wheel driving track, field hockey, water bowl relay races and other fun games.  Several buildings saluted graduating students with a ‘clap out’ ceremony attended by family members.  It was day to celebrate the hard work, achievement and memories created during the school year.  The first day of school for the 2018-19 school year will take place on Thursday, 8/16, 2018.  Have a safe and fun summer!

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Posted Friday, May 25, 2018

To kick-off the final week of school, Channel 19 News broadcasted live on the campus of Brush High School during their early morning program and featured four of the SEL Schools’ finest student organizations. As part of a week-long series that will feature schools throughout Northeast Ohio, Channel 19 selected the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools as their very first spotlight. Click on read more for more to this story, photographs and links to the live segments.

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Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018

The Charles F. Brush High School Class of 2018 held their commencement ceremony earlier this week which provided for a glorious celebration of the individual and collective accomplishments of this year’s graduating class. Taking place in the beautifully adorned Connor Palace Theater, members of the Class of 2018 listened to a variety of ensemble performances, first by the Brush Wind Ensemble and then by the Commencement Choir. Superintendent Linda N. Reid addressed the Class of 2018 with remarks about continuing a legacy of inspiration, while SEL Schools’ Board President Stefanie Rhine sincerely congratulated the members of the graduating class. 

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Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018

The Spring 2018 edition of the Arc Pride newsletter is available for electronic viewing by clicking here and will be in mailboxes in the very near future. This edition places a distinct focus on the athletic milestones and student leadership opportunities available to students throughout the District. Readers will learn about the values that are instilled in our students through these co-curricular opportunities and some of the future successes our graduates are planning to experience in college next year. Without question, the 2017-2018 School Year has been a very successful one for many of the SEL Schools’ athletic teams and co-curricular organizations. Be sure to check out this Spring 2018 edition of the Arc Pride newsletter.

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Posted Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Brush High School Intervention Specialist Heidi Schelien was honored last week with an Outstanding Educator Achievement Award from the Educational Services Center of Cuyahoga County. At the formal Annual Excellence in Education banquet Heidi joined her peers from nearby districts who earned similar awards and who were recognized before a large audience. Heidi earned this award for her excellent work in mentoring Brush High School students. Congratulations to Heidi for her hard work and special recognition of being an Outstanding Educator in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools.  

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Posted Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Brush junior, Kennedi Boyd, was recently accepted into the Future Connections program, a prestigious opportunity sponsored by University Circle, Inc. This program will permit Kennedi to obtain valuable real-world experience and networking opportunities over an 8-week period in the summer. With this acceptance, Kennedi becomes one of only sixty-five students from the area who will participate in the program. She was placed with Growth Opportunity Partners and Alexander Mann Solutions, so that she can experience a number of career potentials. She was credited by the program’s leadership with having excellent interview skills during the early stages of the process. Kennedi becomes the first Brush High School student to be accepted into the program. Congratulations on this honor!

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Posted Thursday, May 3, 2018

Brush High School student Dylan Cummings earned high honors last week, as he took the podium with a silver medal performance in the Skills USA Ohio Championships, a major competition for high schoolers in technical and vocational training. Dylan represented his Information Technology and Programming EXCEL TECC class, where students from the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools attend to learn a variety of practical skills in the trades and other vocations. Dylan was one of only 42 students that were sent to Columbus to participate in the competition in the first place, making him one of the top performers in his skill set in the entire region. Congratulations to Dylan Cummings, for being a fine representative of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools in statewide competition. 

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Posted Thursday, May 3, 2018

Please click on "read more" below for the opportunity to receive 20% off of your summer reading requirements.  Books will be delivered before school is dismissed for the summer.  Orders due by Monday, May 7, 2018

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Posted Tuesday, May 1, 2018
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