Address: 3690 West 159th St.
Cleveland, OH 44111
Your child has had classroom expectations explained by his/her homeroom teacher. It is my expectation that our school will continue to be an engaging and orderly environment for your child(ren) to learn and achieve.
Education is a shared responsibility. It is important for us to keep open lines of communication between home and school. We must work as a team to guide your child(ren) toward success!
This is accomplished by communicating with your child’s teacher, attending school functions and assisting your child in understanding the importance of education and cooperation.
You, as the parent, are a valuable component of your child’s education.
Parents are always welcome at Newton D. Baker School of Arts and are encouraged to become involved.
The Parent Group offers many opportunities for volunteer services- please get as involved as your schedule will allow! If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at the school office 216.838.6650.
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM High School Choice Fair - Eastside Community
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM High School Choice Fair- Westside Community
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Parent Leadership Institute
Newton D. Baker School of the Arts has received $10,000 in awards for students’ entries in the Stop the Hate contest presented by the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.
10/27/2-16 -- About 20 “picket people” found a permanent home this week in a hallway at Newton D. Baker School of the Arts. The “picket people” are part of an art project students created with local artist Augusto Bordelois through integrated arts programming from the Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL).
Cleveland has been become the fourth chapter of Say Yes to Education, a historic development that will bring college scholarships to CMSD students while also providing services designed to keep them on track to graduation.
The CMSD News Bureau asked the winners for their teaching philosophies, what about their practices they will share with peers and how they will share it, what drew them to CMSD and urban education and who served as their role models. Here are excerpts from their responses.