• Project unites NASA, sewing choreography (Video)

    5/21/2019 -- What do sewing, dancing, and NASA all have in common? They’re all after school clubs at the John Marshall Campus, and they collaborated for a very special project called “Leap with Light,” combining costume skills, complicated choreography and wearable technology.

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  • Lasley's Diner serves up life lessons (Video)

    5/21/2019 -- On Fridays, Kristen Lasley’s class turns into “Lasley’s Diner,” where students with special needs prepare and deliver custom lunches ordered by faculty and staff. Lasley, an intervention specialist, and colleagues teach life skills to sixth- through eighth-graders who learn how to set a menu, package the food, handle money and much more.

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  • Yoga puts students in good frame of mind (Video)

    5/21/2019 -- These days there’s a different kind of yoga class for just about everyone, but what about yoga for preschoolers? That’s exactly what ZENworks Yoga is offering in several CMSD schools. Learn more about the yoga and mindfulness program, and how it’s helping students of all ages pause, breathe and reset.

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  • Cavs, Goodyear unveil STEM lab (Photo gallery)

    5/20/2019 -- The Cleveland Cavaliers and Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. have built a new STEM lab where CMSD teachers will train to incorporate digital fabrication in instruction. The space, located at the East Professional Center, was a chemistry lab when the building, now used for professional development, was known as East High School.

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  • Safety Day set for June 1

    5/20/2019 -- Safety Day will feature free lead screening for children by the Cleveland Department of Public Health and safety-related exhibits by the Cleveland Department of Public Safety and other agencies and organizations. The event also will include monster trucks, an antique car show, raffles and food.

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  • John Marshall IT picked for STEM network

    5/20/2019 -- John Marshall IT was one of 14 schools recently admitted to the Ohio STEM Learning Network. The designation formally comes from the Ohio STEM Committee, made up of the state superintendent of public instruction, the chancellor of the Department of Higher Education, the director of development and four members of the piublic.

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