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The Brush National Honor Society will be working with the American Red Cross to sponsor a spring blood drive on Thursday, April 13th at Charles F. Brush High School.  Traditionally, the National Honor Society sponsors two blood drives each year, one in the fall and one in the spring. Students, staff, and community members are encouraged to donate blood; every donation can save up to three lives! Students who are 16 or older on the day of the blood drive are eligible to donate. Those individuals who are 16 can donate with a signed permission slip; those who are 17 and older can donate without having a signed permission slip. Potential donors are encouraged to drink lots of water and eat foods high in iron during the days leading up to the blood drive. If a student is dehydrated or low on iron, they will not be permitted to donate. If you are interested in donating, please contact Jill Strainic (strainic@sel.k12.oh.us) or Stacey Bram (bram@sel.k12.oh.us). 
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Posted Wednesday, March 29, 2017
To celebrate being named the Fox-8 News “Cool School” of the Week, Sunview Elementary hosted a Jump Rope for Heart Kickoff Event as part of the annual fundraiser for the American Heart Association. Fox-8 News was present to capture the excitement and showcase why Sunview is such a “Cool School.” Tune in to the morning broadcast of Fox-8 News on Thursday, March 30th during the 6:30 a.m. show to see the coverage from Fox-8 News’ visit to Sunview. The segment will be replayed during the 4 PM broadcast on the same day. Additionally, two students, Matilda Averre and Jaxon Gregory II, will be featured on the Fox-8 News in the Morning “Coffee Quiz” segment on Thursday, March 30th. Congratulations to Sunview students and staff for showing what it means to be an Arc. 
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Posted Wednesday, March 29, 2017

SEL School's curriculum department is a tireless advocate of creating opportunities for students when it comes to procuring opportunities to be inspired and focused on the careers of tomorrow. The district recently sent several excelling science students to a STREAM workshop at the Tri-C eastern campus. The workshop was sponsored by Martha Fudge and her team of “quality education for all” advocates. Students participated in several STREAM activities (science, technology, recreation, engineering, arts, and mathematics).  It was an amazing experience.

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Posted Thursday, March 23, 2017

Students at Memorial Junior High were rewarded for meeting the PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention System) goals with an opportunity to cheer on fellow students as they played staff members in a fun and light hearted basketball game on Friday, March 10th. The PBIS program is designed to model and reinforce positive behavior by setting quarterly goals and rewarding students who meet the goals. Students who met the behavior incentives for the third quarter participated in the PBIS event. This month’s PBIS theme was “Accountability is Key,” focusing on the importance of taking responsibility for one’s actions and following through to be a positive example for others.

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Posted Monday, March 20, 2017

First graders at Sunview Elementary performed their own rendition of Anansi the Spider at the annual Black History Assembly earlier this month. Under the direction of Ms. Carol Spackey, Sunview’s music teacher, the first grade students sang and danced to a unique portrayal of this African folktale, about Anansi the spider, who is considered to be the spirit of knowledge of all stories. Costumes were cleverly and creatively designed by Ms. Barcza, one of Sunview’s art teachers. In addition to this performance, second grade students at Sunview also participated in the Black History celebration by singing songs that trace their origination to Ghana, West Africa. Thanks to the staff and students who enthusiastically participate in activities that promote and honor Black History Month.

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Posted Monday, March 20, 2017

As part of a yearly routine fundraising endeavor, third graders from Sunview Elementary School raised $1,100 for Marilyn’s Voice, a local animal rescue shelter. Organized and led by Ms. Kim Erwin, the third grade students created handmade pet toys and scarves and then sold them to the community at an even, which followed an intensive study of economics in their classes. All the proceeds went to benefit the shelter which is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of dogs and the identification of homes for each of them. The SEL Schools congratulates this effort, which is surely designed to help demonstrate the values of hard work, sacrifice for a good cause and helping others in need. Way to go, Sunview Third Graders!

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Posted Monday, March 20, 2017

Sunview Elementary School was named a Fox 8 News "Cool School" of the Week. Each week different schools are nominated to be named a "Cool School," and students, teachers and community members were given the opportunity to vote for which school is to be given this accolade. At the end of the week, SEL’s very own Sunview Elementary came out on top winning the title of "Cool School" of the Week. The Fox 8 film crew will visit Sunview on Friday, March 24th at 9:15 a.m. to capture some of the Arc Pride that makes Sunview a “Cool School” and see all the excitement that surrounds the institution.

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Posted Monday, March 20, 2017

Brush High School presents Footloose at the Brush High School Performing Arts Center on Friday and Saturday, April 7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 9 at 2:30 p.m. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $6 for students, children and senior citizens. Tickets for South Euclid Lyndhurst Brown and Gold card holders are free. Seats are reserved and tickets are available on a presale basis by calling the musical ticket line at 216-691-7052 ext. 4125. Tickets not sold prior to performance dates will be available for sale, in the lobby, one hour prior to the show.

Footloose is a 1984 American musical drama film directed by Herbert Ross. It tells the story of Ren McCormack, an upbeat Chicago teen who moves to a small town in which, as a result of the efforts of a local minister, dancing and rock music have been banned.  For a ticket order form or to place an ad in our program, click on "read more".  


    
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Posted Friday, March 17, 2017

On Friday, March 3rd, Lyndhurst Municipal Court Judge Mary Kaye Bozza visited each 7th Grade social studies class at Memorial Junior High to talk about the importance of making good choices, and how making the wrong choice can have permanent consequences. During the presentations, Judge Bozza used real-life situations to demonstrate how the consequences of poor decisions can outlast punishments handed down by courts and the legal system. Judge Bozza encouraged students to continue to work hard and pursue academic achievement, sharing that those same characteristics enabled her to achieve her goals and obtain a career in the legal profession. 

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Posted Thursday, March 9, 2017

A group of 6th grade girls took part in a “Math /Science Experience”. The girls traveled to Channel 19 for a tour of the station and heard from meteorologists Beth McLeod and Samantha Roberts as well as other females that work at the station. These women shared their career paths as well as the importance of science and math in their success. They then visited a simulation center at Cleveland State where student nurses learn to care for pediatric patients. The group went to the Honors College where they met two successful females from the university. Both women shared their career paths and stressed the importance of taking higher level math and science classes. 

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Posted Thursday, March 9, 2017
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