8/18/2017 -- The mouth guards were donated and fitted to each player's mouth by dentists and dental students volunteering for the Safe Smiles program.
8/18/2017 -- The partners working to make Cleveland a chapter of Say Yes to Education have launched a website that provides more information on the program and their efforts.
8/17/2017 -- East Tech becomes the ninth CMSD school to serve as a Boys & Girls Club site, joining John Adams and Lincoln-West high schools and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Michael R. White, Andrew J. Rickoff, Mound, Luis Muñoz Marin and Walton schools. Nationally, Boys & Girls Clubs have moved from operating stand-alone centers to co-existing alongside partners like the District.
8/17/2017 -- Until this week, a limited budget gave head coach Michael Gong just the basics -- enough to put a team on the field. Now the squad sports $9,000 worth of new apparel and other equipment.
8/17/2017 -- Teachers at two schools in Cleveland's Central neighborhood are receiving training on how to help students who experience trauma.
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 day was filled with a lot of smiles, excitement, and hard work. Most of the District began classes on August 9.
8/11/2017 -- Growth in the District’s portfolio of options is just one of the headlines entering the 2017-18 school year. Most students will start classes Monday, joining a select group that began returning July 31.
8/9/2017 -- Campus International High School, Rhodes College and Career Academy and Davis Aerospace and Maritime High School began classes Monday. Ten CMSD schools got under way earlier, and those that remain will resume classes on Monday, Aug. 14.
8/8/2017 -- The camp at Max S. Hayes gave kids an introduction to manufacturing jobs by letting them get their hands on technology and tools.
8/8/2017 -- The U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences has awarded a $400,000 grant to the Cleveland Alliance for School Climate Research, a new partnership that includes CMSD, Cleveland State and the American Institutes for Research.
8/3/2017 -- Students had the chance to work with mentors from KeyBank and instructors from Tech Corps during a unique summer job training program.