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    The E-Communicator is a monthly newsletter emailed to parents and caregivers of CMSD students and to those who want to be in the loop on what's happening in our schools.

    Don't wait for a letter or a flier to find out what's happening at your child's school!
    Parents are reminded to update their contact information with your (1) home address, (2) email address, (3) home phone and (4) cell phones so you receive district announcements and emergency alerts as they happen!

  • April 2019

    April 2019

    Rock Your World with STEAM set for May 18
    CMSD holds preschool, kindergarten kickoff
    It’s graduation time
    Say Yes announces first schools to receive support services
    CSSM students learn tie can help make the man (Photo Gallery)
    School board honors volunteers

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  • March 2019

    March 2019

    School planning meetings scheduled in April
    Parent Leadership Institute meets April 13
    Students to use Office 365
    All-City Arts to present ‘42nd Street’
    Students receive grants for healthy living projects
    Report underscores need for Say Yes
    PRE4CLE celebrates fifth anniversary
    Toolkit provides tips for parents

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  • February 2019

    February 2019

    School choice portal closes March 22
    Conferences scheduled for March
    Mentors needed to serve Say Yes recipients; WKYC to help
    Campus bus tours scheduled
    PCs for People provides computers at low cost

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  • January 2019

    January 2019

    Say Yes brings scholarships, support services
    Parents to learn about Say Yes
    Parent-teacher conferences set Feb. 7
    Students move into three new buildings
    Board gives CEO four-year extension

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  • December 2018

    December 2018

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  • November 2018

    November 2018

    Parent Leadership Institute meets Dec. 8
    Free college courses offered for CMSD parents
    Grant to expand Play House program
    Cleveland Monsters donate STEM curriculum
    CTAG adds girls to program for at-risk students
    John Marshall strikes up the band (Video)
    Summits show students how to curb bullying
    Museum offers free admission to library patrons
    App lets parents monitor students’ buses

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