Welcome to Robinson G. Jones!

  • Robinson G. Jones is a PreK-8 school with a curriculum that focuses on literacy and family involvement in children's education. Students succeed through independent and guided lessons in the classroom, where our teachers cultivate a safe and respectful learning environment.
     
    Robinson G. Jones offers:
    • A diverse student body
    • A newer facility opened in 2010 with a full-sized gymnasium
    • Smart Board technology in every classroom
    • Interactive learning
    • A school culture that fosters the belief that all students can succeed and be leaders
    • Support for students with special needs
    • Counseling services for qualifying students
    • The Leader in Me Program
    • Computer Science courses Pre-K-8
    • Wraparound Services for scholars and their families
    • Afterschool programming that includes:
      • America SCORES Soccer Program
      • Art House artist workshops
      • Beat The Streets
      • CMSD sports like Basketball, Cheerleading, and Volleyball
      • Chess
      • Scouting 
      • MyCom Youth Job Club
    • Community partnerships with Bellaire Puritas Development Corporation, Cleveland Police Department - First District, Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital, Cleveland Public Library, The Hope Center, Huntington Bank, Junior Achievement, The Ohio State University Extension Office, and West Park Baptist Church.

Contact Us

  • Address: 4550 W. 150th St.
    Cleveland, OH 44135
     
    Phone: 216.838.6750 
     
    School Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.  
     
    Principal: Melissa Watts 

    Network:
    Best Practices

    Network Leader:
    Jeffrey Graham

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    The Cleveland Metropolitan School District
     
  • Important notice for Parents and Caregivers of students with disabilities,
    The Ohio Department of Education has requested that we share this Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement with you as part of a proposed settlement of a lawsuit involving the Ohio Department of Education. Although CMSD is not named in the lawsuit, the goal of the Settlement Agreement is to improve the overall quality of special education and related services given to students with disabilities across the State, and, in particular, in 11 Districts of which CMSD is one, and to improve results for students with disabilities. It includes additional support by ODE so that school districts, particularly the 11 Districts identified, meet the requirements of federal law. Additional information about this lawsuit is available on DRO’s website. If you have any questions about this Notice or the proposed Settlement Agreement, you can contact Disability Rights Ohio at (614) 466-7264 or (800) 282- 9181.
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