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    Spring Break Learning Resources

    The Academics Office created Spring Break Learning Packets for scholars in Grades K - 12. Printed copies of the Reading and Math activities are available at each of the 22 Meal sites. We encourage scholars to complete an ELA and Math activity each day.
    Click Here for a digital copy of the ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies activities for Grades K-12.
    Scholastic Learn at Home
    Students will have access to approximately three hours of learning opportunities per day, including projects based on exciting articles and stories, virtual field trips, reading and geography challenges, and more. These learning journeys are being carefully curated by our editors to reduce the burden on families needing to ensure meaningful learning takes place. The site includes daily lessons across four different grade spans—PreK/K, Grades 1–2, Grades 3–5, and Grades 6–9+. Learning experiences will cover ELA, STEM, Science, Social Studies, and Social-Emotional Learning. The Scholastic Learn at Home website will not require a username or password, and is open freely to all.
    Username: Learning20
    Password: Clifford
    Click Here for details.

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    Cleveland Metropolitan School District students come in all ages, shapes, sizes, backgrounds and ethnicities.

    District students are expected to be successful in rigorous instructional programs and can participate in a variety of extracurricular activities ranging from student government activities to sports.

    The District's promotion policy requires students, teachers and parents/ guardians to closely monitor progress and work together on plans to help if a student is at risk of being retained.

    Students are required to accomplish various skills, pass all required state tests and maintain a minimum grade point average in English language arts, arts, math, science and social studies.

    Retention is a “last resort.” Students may be retained once in any grade and not more than twice before entering high school. View the District Promotion Policy.



    Say Yes Cleveland

    Steps to follow

    1. Talk to your Counselor/College Now Advisor
    2. Complete a FAFSA Application
    3. Research and Apply to College*
    4. Fill out the Say Yes Scholarship Application Form
    For more information, go to sayyescleveland.org or call 216.454.5400.


    Starting this year, students must live in the District or the city of Cleveland and be enrolled continuously in a CMSD high school from ninth grade until graduation to be eligible for the Say Yes to Education scholarships.



    Naviance Student is a fully integrated solution designed to help raise student accountability and performance across a number of key indicators leading to increased engagement, improvements in academic performance and overall workplace and college readiness.

    Cleveland Goes To College (CGTC)

    In true nature of transformation, the Cleveland Goes to College initiative was developed to foster a shift in our community’s culture so that “college going” is an expectation of all students and families.  See Curriculum & Instruction

    Tri-C College Ready Academy

    The College Ready Academy at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) is a partnership between Tri-C and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) designed to increase the number of CMSD students who graduate from high school prepared for college-level coursework.

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