Online District Resources
- CMSD Frequent Contacts List
- Project ACT Important Phone Numbers
- Accelerated Reader Book Finder
- Renaissance Home Connect
- Renaissance Learning Place
Early Childhood Education
It is the vision of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District that every student in our Early Childhood grades (Pre-K-3) will be successful in a rigorous instructional program which addresses the language and cognitive development, social, emotional, and physical needs of each student.
Family and Community Engagement (FACE)
The FACE department encourages and supports active parental and community involvement in the education of CMSD students.
The mission of the Health Services Department is a commitment to work with the families, schools and community to promote optimal health and educational success of all students of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
The Interscholastic Athletics and Student Activities’ programs support the Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s overall goal of becoming a premier school district in the United States of America.
The mission of the Multilingual Multicultural Education Program is to provide equal educational opportunities, ensure a qualified and culturally competent instructional staff and promote cultural diversity in support of a premier school district.
Ombudsman - We were created by House Bill 269 to serve as an independent mechanism for parents and the community to communicate education-related concerns to the teachers, principals, staff and administrators of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
- Ohio Department of Education resources page - main page containing lots of information and helpful tools for every grade level.
- District Assessment Tests
- IMPORTANT DISTRICT FORMS - (504, Parent/Grandparent, Student information, Assessment...)
- From the School Nurse
- Parent Notification Rights FERPA
- Us Dept. of Education - Office of Postsecondary Education - Education Planning (Go-to source for information and resources about planning, preparing and paying for postsecondary education.)
- CollegeData.com (Choose, prepare, apply and for college with advice and tools. Get college admission help. Search for colleges & scholarships.)
- Common Application (Provides an admission application – online and print – that students may submit to any of our 346 members.)
- Family Friendly Curriculum Guides (Pacing guides for reading and writing, mathematics, science, and social studies for grades pre-kindergarten - ten. Created by our families and presented in casual rather than formal English to make them more "family friendly."
- Ohio Board of Regents (Good information for your students as they prepare for life beyond high school.)
- Ohio Department of Education Learning (Links to Web sites from across the country that provide resources, contacts, and educational and family learning tools and tips. Some sites also include information on parent organizations and educational learning sites.)
- Open Education Database (Offers college, career choice, financial aid and scholarship information.)
- Child Care Search -The Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services and th eOhio Department of Education remind parents to visit ChildCareSearch.Ohio.gov when searching for before- and after- school care for their children.
Online Learning Tools
- www.Funbrain.com is a popular online destination for interactive, educational games for children of all ages. Search for a game by grade level (Pre-K – 12) title, or subject (math, science, history, reading). Funbrain’s games and tools teach everything from how to build Web pages in HTML to how to spell with Spellaroo.
- Khan Academy kids - Inspire a lifetime of learning and discovery with our free, fun educational program for children ages two to six. Download the mobile app.
- Khan Academy - From Algebra to World History, learn what you want, at your own pace–with 4,000 videos, 400 skills to practice–alongside millions of other learners.
- PBS Learning Media -
- www.Starfall.com is used by teachers in the classroom and by parents at home to reinforce a student's love of reading by using friendly, colorful and active games.
- At www.Storylineonline.net, visitors can watch videos of famous actors Al Gore, Jason Alexander, Amber Rose Tamblyn, and Haylie Duff reading popular kids books.
- www.Plimoth.org – Visit the year 1627 in a self-guided tour at your own pace. So feel free to wander around the village. Do not be afraid to walk in on colonists as they eat, question them as they work, or join a lively conversation in the street.
- www.Americanrhetoric.com includes indexes, full MP3s and excerpts from many of America's most celebrated public speeches including the top 100 Speeches of the 20th Century by Rank.
- www.Coolmath.com is an animated, fun Web site designed for ages 3-100, offering interactive math games, puzzles, an online calculator, and a coloring book. There are also suggestions for how to succeed in math and how to find a career in mathematics.
- Kids learning Web sites for the New York Philharmonic (www.nyphilkids.org) and the San Francisco Symphony (www.sfskids.org) are outstanding Web sites for learning about music, instruments, composition, symbols, rhythm and more. Both sites offer students opportunities to talk with people in the symphony and to experiment with creating their own music.
- The U.S. government Web site for kids about money (www.usmint.gov/kids) and how it’s made, includes information on state coins, newly minted coins going into circulation and rare historic coins, including artifacts and treasure coins from shipwrecks. “This site also contains a lot of information about saving money,” said Holewinski.
The following resources give you information on college testing.