• CEO moves up to chair-elect of urban schools council

    6/29/2018 -- CEO Eric Gordon will be the new chair-elect of the Council of the Great City Schools, putting him in line to lead the prestigious group a year from now.

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  • Cleveland High School for Digital Arts ends year with showcase of work (Photo gallery)

    6/28/2018 -- Twice a year, students present their best work in video game design, audio production, film production and graphic design, along with projects from their core classes, during a schoolwide event. The school held a “Red Carpet Showcase” to highlight student work from the second half of the school year.

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  • Max Hayes team headed for Special Olympics U.S.A Games

    6/28/2018 -- A team from Max S. Hayes High School will represent Ohio in basketball next week when Seattle hosts the 2018 Special Olympics U.S.A. Games. The 10 male players, who will take a flight to Seattle on Saturday, will be among more than 4,000 athletes and coaches who come together from all 50 states and the District of Columbia to compete in 14 sports.

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  • Attendance campaign reaches goal for 3rd year

    6/28/2018 -- The “Get 2 School. You Can Make It!” campaign helped to decrease the number of students with “off-track” attendance by more than 10 percent when compared with the average of the previous three years. The goal was 7.5 percent.

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  • Ambassador dedicates field, plays soccer with students (Video)

    6/28/2018 --The soccer field at Franklin D. Roosevelt Academy was donated to CMSD and the Glenville community through a partnership with the United Arab Emirates embassy and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.

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  • CEO wins Smart 50 Awards

    6/28/2018 -- Corporate College and Smart Business magazine honored the CEO and 49 other top executives with presentation of the annual Smart 50 Awards at the Intercontinental Hotel. Gordon also received a separate award for regional impact, one of three special categories that also include innovation and sustainability.

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  • Three schools hold first graduations (Video)

    6/25/2018 -- The Cleveland High School for Digital Arts held commencement Saturday at Cleveland State University's Main Classroom Building. JFK PACT (Problem-based Academy of Critical Thinking) and JFK E³agle Academy (the E's stand for envision, engage and excel) conducted ceremonies Thursday at the District's East Professional Center.

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  • Cleveland teens rehab abandoned homes (Video)

    6/15/2018 -- Students are gaining job experience and helping to revitalize a neighborhood through a program called Building Great Futures.

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  • Mozambican delegation visits Lincoln-West Global Studies

    6/12/2018 -- The group of educators and judicial officials stopped by the high school to meet school leaders and learn about the model of learning.

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  • Bard's first 4-year class graduates with head start on college

    6/8/2018 -- Of the 97 seniors, 70 percent left with both their high school diplomas and an associate of arts degree from Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. All the new alumni have earned at least a year of college credit that can be transferred to other institutions.

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  • Paul L. Dunbar School finds winning formula in arts-infused learning (Photo Gallery)

    6/8/2018 -- Paul L. Dunbar School has improved education and culture using a strategy of arts enrichment.

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  • Leaders seek public's support in building debate

    6/7/2018 -- CMSD leaders and a city councilman took their case to the public on Tuesday, asking for help in the fight to restore millions in state funds for school construction and renovation. About 70 people turned out at Joseph M. Gallagher School for the first in a series of community meetings on the District’s master facilities plan.

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  • CMSD kicks off 6-week reading academy

    6/4/2018 -- The six-week academy will run from 8:10 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Monday through Friday -- except for the Fourth of July – at nine school sites. The District invited children who were identified as reading below grade level.

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  • Charters can apply for CMSD sponsorship

    6/4/2018 -- The Cleveland Plan, a state-approved blueprint for education reform in the city, calls for students to receive the best possible education, regardless of the provider. CMSD currently serves as the state-required sponsor, or authorizer, for 11 charter schools, monitoring their performance and supplying technical oversight.

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  • Davis A&M is launch pad for drone association

    6/6/2018 -- CMSD’S Davis Aerospace & Maritime High School will supply the first team in what the team’s sponsor hopes will become a statewide interscholastic drone racing association.

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