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School Day Schedule Redesign Meeting Change and Information
 

We have rescheduled our School Day Schedule Redesign Parent Meeting that was originally scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, April 15th.  This parent meeting was being held for families that will attend Greenview and Memorial during the 2014-15 school year.  The new date and time will be Tuesday, April 22nd at the Administration Building starting at 7:30 PM.  We apologize for the change and any inconvenience this may cause.

 

Please note, the previously scheduled meetings at Adrian, Rowland, and Sunview will still take place this Wednesday, April 16th, each starting at 6:30 PM. 


In an effort to accommodate our SEL families, we are also hosting a third meeting which will be held on Monday, May 5th at the Administration Building beginning at 6:30 PM. This meeting will be a combined meeting for students currently in kindergarten through grade seven.
 

Sync the District Calendar Through iCal Calendars
Did you know that you can download or sync the District and School Calendars through iCal Calendars? There are two methods:

1. SYNC your calendar using a FEED URL. This will work using Outlook, Google, Windows Live, MAC iCal, and more. The advantage of this method is that any time the district or school calendar changes, your calendar changes as well.

2. Download and import all of the events into your calendar of choice, including Outlook, Google, Windows Live, MAC iCal, and more. However, if a district or school event changes, these appointments will not update, as this is a one time upload of events.
For detailed instructions on either method, please click here.
 
Elementary Schools Celebrate Black History Month with ‘Living’ Wax Museum
To culminate the celebration of Black History Month, students throughout the district’s elementary school buildings participated in a ‘living’ wax museum on Friday, March 7th.  The project celebrated influential African-American figures and involved several phases.  The first phase involved students selecting a notable historical or present-day African-American figure and performing research on their lives and important accomplishments.  This provided teachers the opportunity to instruct students on how to effectively research a topic, including the proper way to cite sources of information.  Students also utilized technology to conduct their research.  The next phase involved creating an engaging and informative tri-fold poster display, which included the person’s name, photos and important information about their lives.   

For the final phase of the project, students participated in a ‘living’ wax museum, by portraying their selected African-American figure through the use of costumes and props.  As parents and family members entered the gym, students remained silent and in a frozen position.  However, once the “Push Play” button was pressed on the front of their costume, the student “sprang to life” and began to give a brief oral presentation about their figure’s life and accomplishments.  During the presentation, each student’s poster was prominently displayed behind them as well.  Congratulations to all participating students on a job well done!
 
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Lyndhurst, OH 44124
Phone: 216-691-2225   
School Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:05 p.m

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