The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, in partnership with Legacy Village, hosted its 3rd annual SEL Appreciation Day this past Saturday, September 14, 2019. SEL students of all ages had the opportunity to share in activities and perform for the community with all funds raised going towards various student organizations. Among the various performances were the resounding melodies of the Brush High School Marching Band, the talented dancers of the Arcettes and Cheerleaders and the rhythmic beats of the Jazz Band. Now in its 3rd year, SEL Appreciation Day has become a staple event for community members to see firsthand the skills of our students and the organizations in which they meaningfully participate. Some of the booths and activities included The Brush Alumni Association who shared photos and yearbooks from Brush High School days past, the Robotics Team who offered live remote-controlled demonstrations of robots for children and the Brush Orchestra. The sunshine and favorable weather permitted participants to walk through the booths all afternoon long. Special thanks goes out to the public safety forces for staging police and fire vehicles for people to tour. The 3rd Annual SEL Appreciation Day was a grand success with all proceeds benefitting SEL Student organizations. Thank you for your support and GO ARCS!
Alumni Association Members Pete Vaughn, John Bell & Norm Rogozin
shared a glimpse into the history of Brush High School.