Students received a warm welcome back all across CMSD on the first day of school. From a DJ, to a standing ovation, to the thrill of a brand new building. . .
The staff at CMSD's brand new Davis Aerospace and Maritime High School wants to make sure the inaugural class of students. . .
During the summer, many Cleveland children might not know where or when their next meal is coming, but families don’t need to look any further. . .
The new school year is right around the corner, and new CMSD teachers are ready for it, thanks to the 4th annual Blue Institute. . .
Recycling doesn’t have to be a chore, just take it from Cleveland students who created their own recycling programs. . .
A CMSD kindergarten class hatched baby chicks in their classroom, studying and researching their life cycle every day. . .
The new Mighty Lady Lawyers rugby club is the first of its kind in the District, and the girls aren’t letting anyone stand in their way.
It was a boys’ day out at La Barberia Institute of Hair in Mayfield Heights. Male students from Marion-Sterling got the VIP treatment from the Institute students, all of them barbers-in-training.
A CMSD kindergarten class hatched baby chicks in their classroom, studying and researching their life cycle every day, learning about how they grow. . .
The Cleveland Cavaliers took a time out during the Finals to help open the brand new “Learn & Play Center” at the Boys & Girls Club location at East Tech. . .
Downtown Cleveland erupted in celebration when the Cavs ended the city’s championship drought in 2016. It was a big win for the Cavaliers. . .
The John Marshall community celebrated a brand new school in 2015, and now it's celebrating a brand new athletic field. . .
It was a particularly emotional last day of school at McKinley. Not only were students and staff saying their goodbyes for the summer. . .
A leadership conference for girls, by girls -- that's what a group of students at Bard High School Early College Cleveland. . .
Teenagers spray painting a dilapidated home in Slavic Village isn't vandalism, it's art, in this case. . .