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Community Input Sought for District Strategic Planning Survey
The Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) is seeking public input on the District’s future.  As parents, community members, and alumni of this District, YOUR opinion matters. 
Support Our Top Speller!
Eighth-grade student Sylvie Crowell will represent Roxboro Middle School at the County Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 7. 
Meet the Coordinator of Safety and Security
A Conversation with Bryan Loretz, Coordinator of Safety and Security at Heights High & the District. What We Do: Patrol and monitor the building, connect to students to encourage their best behavior, diffuse escalating situations, mediate conflict and provide security for school events.  
Using Discussion to End Racism
Heights High students in the Lessons of the Holocaust class and Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) club have been exploring and engaging in candid conversations about identity and the role of race in our society.  
An Exchange Year in Japan Brings a Global Perspective
Heights High senior Emoni Brown-Bey returned from an 11 month AFS foreign exchange in Japan in mid-February and sophomore Molly Fleischer is leaving for Japan in early March. Emoni’s exchange year was “an amazing experience,” she said as she returns to Heights High for a final semester before graduating and attending college in the fall.  
OPINION: Your Work is Not in Vain
An opinion piece by Krissy Dietrich Gallagher, CH-UH parent and Heights schools activist. 
Public Meeting on District's Future Set for March 4
The Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) is seeking public input on the District’s future. You can voice your opinion Wednesday, March 4 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at a community meeting at the Heights High Social Room. 
Middle Schools Compete in Regional Science Olympiad
Roxboro and Monticello Middle Schools represented the CH-UH District in the Regional Science Olympiad at Case Western Reserve University on February 21. 
Reaching Musical Heights Concert a Warm Celebration
In the midst of many days of frigid weather, CH-UH student musicians provided a delightfully warm performance Tuesday evening at the Reaching Musical Heights Concert at the historic Severance Hall. Vocal and instrumental musicians performed Broadway show tunes, classical and gospel music. “We are a multi-cultural community and I am proud that our music programs include music from many cultures,” said Reaching Heights Executive Director Krista Hawthorne. 
New Head Football Coach to be Announced
The CH-UH School District, with the help of a volunteer search committee, has narrowed the list of applicants for the head football coach position down two finalists and expects to announce the name of the selected candidate in the coming weeks. 
Heights High Gospel Fest – March 6
The Heights High Gospel Choir will host their annual Gospel Fest on Fri., March 6, 7 p.m. in the Heights High Auditorium. Guest choirs include Maple Heights High, Lutheran East High and Twinsburg High. The event is free. The Gospel Choir is an extra curricular activity that was started in 1974. 
Swim Cadet Final Show in the 1962 Pool
The Heights High synchronized swim team, or Swim Cadets, will host their annual show on March 5-7, 7 p.m. in the 1962 vintage pool. This will be the last performance in the current pool. The theme of the show is The Golden Years.  
Heights High Program Update Meeting - March 10
Heights High and District administrators will host a High School Programming Update meeting on March 10, 6-7:30 p.m. in the Social Room. All CH-UH families, staff and community members are invited to learn about the instructional and program changes scheduled for the coming year. 
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Upcoming Events
Thu Mar 5 2015
Swim Cadet Show
Thu Mar 5 2015
Gospel Fest
Fri Mar 6 2015
Swim Cadet Show
Fri Mar 6 2015
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