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  • Say Yes bid makes progress

    5/17/2017 -- Cleveland has taken the first steps in its quest to become a chapter of Say Yes to Education, a national nonprofit that works with communities to prepare their students for college and help them cover shortfalls in tuition costs.

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  • SuccessTech graduates last class

    5/25/2017 -- When SuccessTech Academy's 25 seniors crossed the stage and picked up diplomas Friday night at Cleveland State University's Waetjen Auditorium, they might have felt more than the occasion's usual share of mixed emotions. The seniors looked to the path ahead with excitement but were saddened knowing that their downtown high school will now close, leaving them without a place to visit favorite teachers and relive fond memories.

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  • Students, engineers team for Straw Rocket Challenge (video)

    5/25/2017 -- The challenge was a culmination of a two-week program to explore STEM concepts with a hands-on activity.

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  • CMSD to serve summer meals

    5/25/2017 -- CMSD will serve meals to students again this summer. Starting Tuesday, hot breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided Monday through Friday at select sites. This is the second year for a program that is designed to help combat hunger in one of America’s poorest cities.

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  • Student Advisory Committee confronts equity, inclusion issues

    5/22/2017 -- The quarterly meeting attended by CEO Eric Gordon and student representatives from all CMSD high schools provided a chance for meaningful discussion and planning for action.

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  • Work starts on six schools

    5/17/2017 -- By the end of the month, work should be under way on replacements for Fullerton, Sunbeam, Oliver H. Perry and H. Barbara Booker schools. The District also will start building elementary schools on the site of the former William Rainey Harper School, which the District closed in 2010 and later demolished, and on the grounds of Whitney M. Young Leadership Academy.

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