• Fifth-graders' straw rockets soar (Video)

    3/22/2019 -- More than 100 CMSD fifth-graders built and launched straw rockets at the District's East Professional Center. The competition is part of A World in Motion, presented in partnership with SAE International and the Arconic Foundation.

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  • CIHS student researchers take on community issues (Photo gallery)

    3/22/2019 -- The 200 ninth- and 10th-graders – that’s the entire student body until the two-year-old school finishes expanding – unveiled research findings and proposed solutions at the second annual CIHS Campus Conference. Mental health, including weighty subjects like depression, suicide and domestic violence, was a common theme.

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  • Public asked to help with long-term school planning

    3/19/2019 -- CMSD will engage the community in planning the future of academic programs and buildings. The Board of Education is revisiting the District’s master facilities plan. Cleveland’s population patterns have changed since the plan was last updated five years ago, and the board wants to ensure that the taxpayers’ investment matches community needs.

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  • Program helps teen refugees adjust

    3/19/2019 -- Every Tuesday and Thursday, 26 students remain after classes at the John Marshall high school campus for two hours -- by choice. They hunker down over mobile devices or pencil and paper, listen intently to their instructor or guest speakers and freely join in discussions. These teenagers, all refugees, are newcomers to America. And they are eager to learn how to make their way.

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  • Max Hayes student named Youth of the Year

    3/15/2019 -- Frank, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland’s new Youth of the Year, said he instantly became the “man of the house” after his mom died when he was 14. His days have included rising at 5 a.m. to get younger siblings ready for school and then taking two buses and a rail line to Max Hayes.

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  • All-City Arts to present '42nd Street'

    3/12/2019 -- Audiences will see the immense talent of CMSD students at a bargain price. All tickets to the Playhouse Square performances are general admission and cost $15 each.

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