• 9th-graders make move to year-round school

    7/29/2019 -- CMSD, which has more year-round schools than any other district in Ohio, counts it among options offered to families under The Cleveland Plan, a customized blueprint for education reform.

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  • CMSD students attend Fuel Up summit (Video)

    7/22/2019 -- Cleveland hosted the Fuel Up to Play 60 student ambassador summit last week. Hundreds of students from across the region, including 10 students from CMSD, participated in activities and learned about the importance of a healthy diet, exercise and sleep.

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  • SC4K picks 5 schools for pilot

    7/22/2019 -- Shoes and Clothes for Kids has named the five schools where all classrooms in kindergarten through third grade will receive uniforms and school supplies as part of a pilot program. The schools are Almira, Alfred A. Benesch, Whitney M. Young, Marion-Sterling and Memorial.

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  • Mentors sought for True2U

    7/18/2019 -- The volunteer mentors meet with eighth-graders in small groups once a month during the school year to help the students identify their strengths and plan for the future. That includes exploring CMSD’s high school options to find the right fit.

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  • Say Yes putting support services in place

    7/17/2019 -- Family support specialists will work with school leadership teams and external providers to align services that help students and families overcome barriers to success.

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  • NMSI helps teachers raise the bar (Photo gallery)

    7/17/2019 -- About 140 CMSD teachers huddled around science experiments and other hands-on activities so they could learn ways to ramp up the rigor of courses for students.

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  • Aspiring Principals 2.0 is under way

    7/16/2019 -- CMSD’s Aspiring Principals Academy has begun its sixth year, with some changes driven by the pipeline’s success.

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  • New teachers gearing up for school year

    7/16/2019 -- Seventy-five classroom teachers and other educators are attending an annual orientation program known as the BLUE Institute (BLUE stands for Build, Lead, Utilize and Engage) at the East Professional Center.

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  • 3 new buildings get old names

    7/11/2019 -- Three old school names have been brought back and given to new school buildings. In each case, the building is named for a school that was formerly at the site.

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  • Summer graduation set for July 22

    7/11/2019 -- Rehearsal will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Graduates can bring resume and participate in a job fair from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

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  • CMSD families can win $10,000 for college

    7/11/2019 -- The Cleveland Indians and the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority, administrator of the state’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, are sponsoring the sweepstakes, which is for families of CMSD students.

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  • MLB unveils East Tech digital arts suite (Video, photo gallery)

    7/9/2019 -- Long after Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game has left town, East Tech High School will still have an impressive souvenir. The school is home to a new digital arts suite, compliments of MLB, the Cleveland Indians and Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland.

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  • CMSD welcomes seven new principals

    7/8/2019 -- CMSD has put extra emphasis on developing and supporting principals, and the attention has helped create stability in those key leadership positions.

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  • CMSD offers satellite enrollment centers for summer

    7/2/2019 -- Timing is critical for students who are entering ninth grade and want to be eligible for new Say Yes to Education scholarships when they graduate. Starting with this year’s freshman class, students, to qualify, must live in the District from the first day of ninth-grade classes at their schools and remain enrolled continuously in a CMSD or partnering charter high school until graduation.

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