Scranton is a highly effective PreK-8 school located on the West side near Tremont and Ohio City. We are staffed to serve a diverse population of young scholars, including a strong bilingual program. Our academic performance has steadily increased over the past five years. Scranton earned "A" ratings in all areas of value-added on the Ohio State Report Card, meaning that our scholars earned more than one year's worth of academic growth in 1 school year. Many of our classrooms are equipped with Smart boards, Elmo document cameras and computers in order to enhance each child's academic experience. Scranton is also equipped with a full computer lab that is used by all grade levels for the implementation of programs such as Study Island, Imagine Learning, ABC Mouse, First in Math and Accelerated Reader. We currently have 3 preschool classrooms, 1 full day and two half day.
At Scranton we strive to get our scholars involved in the entire school community. We have partnered with Horizon Education Centers in order to offer programming every day after school from 2:30 - 5:30. This programming includes karate, lego robotics, cooking, crafts, tutoring and more. We also have a boy's basketball team (2012/13 City Champs), cheerleading squad, track program, guitar club, girl scouts, student council and anti-bullying committee. In order to meet the needs of our scholars we offer tutoring during and after school, dental treatment, vision and glasses as well as counseling services. Your child will be safe with us!
A Scranton School teacher who thrives on figuring out and using technology has won recognition for guiding her peers into remote learning instruction.
5/6/2019 -- A group of eighth-graders and a 95-year-old World War II veteran bridged generations and history Monday at Scranton School. Helene Weinberger spoke about her service during the war. After listening respectfully and asking questions, the kids donated $250 to Honor Flight, a Cleveland charity that flies veterans to visit their wars’ memorials in Washington, D.C.
Friday marked the launch of the Partners in Health lead screening program, which aims to reach all children ages 3-5 at four CMSD schools this year and eventually expand across the entire District.
11/9/2017 Ten award-winning CMSD teachers are reaping well-deserved congratulations. They also are planning ways to share their methods with peers across the District.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM CMSD Hiring Fair
After two years of going virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 23rd annual Rock Your World with STEAM festival was back in person Saturday.
The CMSD Summer Learning Experience is back for a second year, with something for every student, from preschool through 12th grade. And it’s free. Students can finish the year strong, get ahead or engage in hands-on projects and fun activities at more than 30 school sites throughout the city.
The City of Cleveland is accepting applications for an open seat on the Board of Education. Mayor Justin Bibb will appoint a new board member to complete a term that expires June 30, 2023. The seat was vacated when Jasmine Fryer resigned last August.
CMSD parents will soon have a one-stop online platform where they can perform an array of tasks such as finding their children’s school records, submitting forms and communicating with teachers.