• MLB, Indians plan East Tech project

    6/11/2019 -- The digital arts suite will give students a space where they can exercise creative expression or sharpen skills that turn into careers. Students will be able to record and mix music in a studio equipped by the nonprofit Notes for Notes, hone their deejay skills, record video in front of a green screen or work in a tech lab equipped with Mac computers and digital printers.

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  • Cultural exchange program wins seed money (Photo gallery)

    2/28/2019 -- Karson Baldwin of University School and Israel Kombomba from CMSD’s Thomas Jefferson International Newcomers Academy have bridged cultures to form a friendship. Now the two 10th-graders have $5,000 to expand a program that can help others do the same.

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  • School choice portal closes March 22

    2/27/2019 -- Time is running out for families to submit choices online for the schools they want children to attend in the 2019-20 school year. CMSD’s school choice portal -- choosecmsd.org -- will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 22.

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  • Campus bus tours scheduled

    2/27/2019 -- CMSD’s Family and Community Engagement Department has scheduled a new round of campus bus tours that will give students and parents a close-up look at college. Tours are open to students in the eighth- through 12th-grades.

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  • Parent-teacher conferences scheduled

    2/27/2019 -- PreK-8 schools will hold conferences from 12:30-7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20. High schools will hold conferences from 12:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, March 21.

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  • Low-cost computers available

    2/27/2019 -- Low-income families can obtain computers at low cost from the nonprofit PCs for People. Desktops start at $25 and laptops start at $50. PCs for People also provides low-cost Internet service via mobile hotspots for as little as $11.25 per month.

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  • Mentors needed to serve Say Yes recipients; WKYC to help

    2/21/2019 -- A College Now program that matches new students with mentors who have degrees has proved to help the students persist in their postsecondary studies and graduate from college. Many of the students are the first in their families to attend college and can benefit from a mentor’s experience.

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  • H. Barbara Booker students move to new building (Video)

    2/21/2019 -- Students from H. Barbara Booker School moved Wednesday into a new three-story 57,500-square-feet building. Taking it all in on the first day, Principal Nicholas Scheibelhood described the new surroundings as amazing.

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  • Student, volunteer vie for project funding

    2/19/2019 -- A student at CMSD’s Thomas Jefferson International Newcomers Academy and a longtime volunteer at Joseph M. Gallagher School will seek seed money for civic projects during a competition on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Twenty-eight presenters will compete in six categories during the fifth annual Accelerate competition, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at the Global Center for Health Innovation, 1 St. Clair Ave.

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  • Campus K-8 builds 'Wall of Love' (Video)

    2/14/2019 -- Students and educators at Campus International K-8 took their learning outside of the classroom, just beyond the walls of the school to build a "Wall of Love" across the street. The school partnered with the "Walls of Love" founder and collected nearly 400 warm winter items to hang outside for those in need, just in time for Valentine's Day.

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  • Safety to Go takes education on the road

    2/14/2019 -- A portable safety community travels every Tuesday and Thursday to District elementary schools or the East Professional Center. On Thursday afternoon, Safety to Go was at East Professional Center to work with children who attend kindergarten at Clark PreK-8 School.

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  • Kenneth Clement boys surprise Valentines (Photo gallery)

    2/14/2019 -- Kenneth W. Clement Boys' Leadership Academy is thankful for support the school receives from the central office, and students said so Thursday with Valentine's Day roses.

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  • CSA production explores gun debate (Video)

    2/14/2019 -- "The Right to Bear Arms, "written by Cleveland School of the Arts students and their theater teachers, explores the turbulent debate surrounding gun rights, gun control and gun violence in America today. CSA will present the piece in the school's black box theater at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15 and 3 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23. Admission is free.

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  • Feb. 14 marks 5th anniversary of H.E.A.R.T.

    2/14/2019 -- CMSD’s transformative Communicate with H.E.A.R.T. customer-experience program sets standards for how CMSD employees treat all of their customers, including students and families, corporate and community partners, funders, fellow staff and other members of the general public.

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  • Board salutes Iowa-Maple team

    2/19/2019 -- On behalf of the school board, member Willetta Milam recently presented the Iowa-Maple School girls basketball team with certificates of appreciation. The team's record did not matter as much as the players’ approach to the game.

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  • Cleveland Orchestra performs for, with Mound students (Photo gallery)

    2/13/2019 -- Ten second-graders playing violins joined the renowned orchestra in a rendition of “Pop Goes the Weasel.” More than 50 of Mound’s second-graders are learning to play instrument this year as part of the orchestra’s new Crescendo program.

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  • Warner girls learn to express identity through art (Photo gallery)

    2/13/2019 -- Jeremy Tugeau, an art teacher at Warner Girls’ Leadership Academy, was one of 10 Northeast Ohio teachers selected to participate in a Cleveland Museum of Art fellowship program designed to research and create visual art learning experiences for students. His research posed the question: How can young people explore their identities by making art?

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  • Campus K-8 helps others with 'Wall of Love' (Photo gallery)

    2/8/2019 -- On Feb. 13, students will fasten basics such as hats, scarves, gloves, socks and tarps that the homeless can use to take shelter on a fence behind the Payne Avenue school. Campus, a CMSD school based at Cleveland State University, is erecting the “Wall of Love” in partnership with Holly Jackson, a Cleveland resident who began the practice to repay help she received during hard times.

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  • School choice fair set for Feb. 21

    2/8/2019 -- CMSD will host a High School Choice Fair on Thursday, Feb. 21 at Max S. Hayes High School, 2211 W. 65th St. The fair, which will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., had been scheduled for Jan. 30 but was postponed due to extremely cold weather.

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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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