• 'Bring It On' wins two Dazzle Awards

    5/21/2018 -- Miraya Russell, who played the role of Nautica, was named best featured performer during an awards ceremony Saturday night at Playhouse Square's Connor Palace and Stephan Hall (LaCienega) won for best supporting actor. The musical and cast were nominated in a total of five categories.

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  • Bridge artwork features Campus K-8 students

    5/18/2018 -- Images of students from CMSD’s Campus International K-8 School adorn a new windscreen that lines the Euclid Avenue bridge above the Inner Belt. Artist Darius Steward’s work went up on both sides of the bridge Thursday and was formally unveiled Friday.

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  • School board to revisit building plan

    5/17/2018 -- The Bond Accountability Commission, which was created for the specific purpose of monitoring the District's ongoing modernization program, has called for an “extensive re-examination” of the plan based on current neighborhood population and enrollment patterns, changes in academic programming and rising construction costs.

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  • CMSD to offer summer Safety Town program

    5/21/2018 -- Safety Town teaches children safety and injury prevention using a mock, small-scale city. Free one-week sessions, open to children in kindergarten through third grade, will be held at four summer school sites that are to be determined. Families can register children at the kickoff and at participating schools.

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  • True2U event sends 8th-graders off to high school

    5/11/2018 -- The event offered both fun and informative sessions to prepare students for the transition to high school.

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  • CEO's plan keeps Whitney Young students together

    5/10/2018 -- CEO Eric Gordon broke the news to students representatives Wednesday afternoon in the Whitney Young media center, a day after meeting with about 50 student protesters who showed up unexpectedly at the District’s downtown offices. The kids flashed the thumbs-up sign when asked what they thought of the new plan.

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