• CMSD students attend Fuel Up summit (Video)

    7/22/2019 -- Cleveland hosted the Fuel Up to Play 60 student ambassador summit last week. Hundreds of students from across the region, including 10 students from CMSD, participated in activities and learned about the importance of a healthy diet, exercise and sleep.

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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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  • Say Yes adds to College Signing Day excitement (Video, photo gallery)

    5/1/2019 -- Megan O’Connor-Martin, a College Now Greater Cleveland advisor based at the John Marshall Campus, said the designation of Cleveland as a Say Yes to Education community had created a surge of interest in going to college. Say Yes Cleveland is providing scholarships that fill gaps in tuition at public colleges, universities and Pell-eligible certificate and training programs throughout Ohio and more than 100 private institutions across the country.

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  • Gamers find niche with esports

    4/29/2019 -- CMSD has updated its high school instructional models to better reflect the times and student interests. But extracurricular activities have some catching up to do. Some change has arrived, with the debut of esports, played by video game teams at the Cleveland High School for Digital Arts and John Marshall School of Information Technology.

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  • Gallagher chess team wins state title

    4/11/2019 -- The chess team at Joseph M. Gallagher School has capped an amazing run by winning a state championship.

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  • 30 athletes sign letters of intent (Photo gallery, video)

    2/6/2019 -- On the surface, CMSD’s National Letter of Intent Signing Day ceremony was about sports. But each of the scholarship recipients has a story, and their game is only a small part of it.

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