The Mighty Males of Monticello
These young men have been academically successful all 4 quarters this school year.
Class of 2013
The June 3 Commencement ceremony included the presentation of the Sarah Meredith Wensell Memorial Scholarship award to Sarah Klein, the student with the highest GPA.
End of the Year Fun
Fifth grader Lawrence Weeden and Principal Stacy Stuhldreher at Canterbury's annual Spring Festival and Peace Jam on May 31.
Athlete Honored as Top Player
Heights High senior Shelton Gibson earned recognition as the Lake Erie League Player of the Year in track. Shelton also plays football. Pictured here with Board President Ron Register.
Coaches of the Year
Girls Track Coach Desi Stewart (center) and Boys Track Coach Nick Continenza (right) earned LEL Coach of the Year honors and were recognized at the Board meeting. Left: President Ron Register.
High School Art Recognition
Ten students were recognized at the Board meeting for receiving an award in the Regional Scholastic Art Competition. Pictured: President Ron Register, senior Katy Collyer, art teacher Nancy Eisenberg.
Elementary Art Recognition
Five students were recognized at the Board meeting for their artwork in state art shows. Pictured: President Ron Register, Jack Fink, art teacher Ida Bergson, Aishel Brooks, Breanna Clayton.
Run Like It's Recess
Roxboro Elementary students participated in the Run Like It's Recess event. Proceeds go toward new playground equipment and other improvements to continue their commitment to fitness.
Having a Field Day
Noble students, staff, and parents had a great time during their annual Field Day hosted by Noble's physical education teacher, Mr. Rich Wright.
Spring Athletic Signing
Student athletes (l-r) Chloe Sudduth (soccer), Nichelle White (soccer), Nicholas Bernard (soccer), Michael Houdek (baseball) signed letters of intent to play their sport at the collegiate level.
Seniors from Heights High and area schools came back to where it all started for them. Teachers and students reflected on childhood memories at Roxboro Elementary's annual Senior Breakfast.
UH Memorial Day Parade
Tiger Nation participated in the 2013 University Heights Memorial Day Parade.
Women Barbershoppers Place 1st
Heights High Women's Barbershoppers placed first in a field of 42 groups at the May 18 music competition at Cedar Point.
A Colorful Space
As part of their Creativity Pathway, Noble students, under the instruction of art teacher Kelly Wachhaus, participated in painting a mural leading to their computer lab.
Engaging Wiley Students in the Arts
The 2nd annual Arts Festival at Wiley Middle School on May 16 allowed students to express and demonstrate their talents in art, film, instrumental music, choral music, and comedy/acting.
Music in the Parks Competition
Roxboro Middle Chamber Singers earned best overall middle school choir. The band, choir, and orchestra took 3 superior and 1 excellent rating.
Concordia Language Village Camp
L-R, Ms. Adeyemon, Ruby Jackson, Clare Peppler, Aynia Johnson, Jamya Terry, Delani Hughes (Roxboro Middle School), Eric Adeyemon (Wiley MS), and Ms. Woods (Roxboro MS).
Girls On The Run
Noble girls and several staff members participated in the annual "Girls On The Run" 5K. Girls On The Run is a running and social program that promotes a healthy lifestyle and positive self-esteem.
Wiley Goes International
75 Wiley students attended the Cleveland International Film Festival to view a series of short films put together especially for them. Afterwards, there was a discussion with one of the filmmakers.
Bully Prevention Skills
Wiley 8th graders attend the SAY (Social Advocates for Youth) "Be An Upstander" student leadership conference at JCU for a day of activities to build skills to be strong and prevent bullying.
Learning About Leadership
Monticello Ladies of Leadership (LOL) visit with the Young Ladies of Noble to share and discuss expectations of LOL for them as 6th graders next year.
Fairfax Community Garden
Community member, Lucinda Stevens, Heights High students; Arielle Steward and Ling Qi, Fairfax students; Raheim Walton and Rayvaugh Williams work to turn over the soil.
Prom Queen & King
Tiffany Cross and Malik Bacchus were crowned Prom Queen & King at the May 11 Senior Prom held at the Western Reserve Historical Museum, amid antique cars.
Safety and Security Training
These administrators completed the ALICE Training Instructor Certification Program and will provide all Tiger Nation staff with enhanced safety training in collaboration with local law enforcement.
A Winning Essay
Roxboro 8th grader Soli Collins, center, wins first place in the Stop the Hate Essay Contest.
Paws to Celebrate
Canterbury students celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week writing kind remarks about their teachers for the "Paws to Celebrate" bulletin board.
iPads & Kindergarteners
Noble Kindergartners use technology every day. This little Tiger is working hard on Letter Muncher, an application that builds letter and sound recognition.
Learning with technology
As part of our vision of Preparing All Students for Success in A Global Economy (PASSAGE), every 6th-12th grade student and teacher uses a district-issued laptop computer in the classroom.
Classes in Roxboro's New Space
6th grade students in Humanities classes at Roxboro utilize the newly renovated space to work collaboratively on cave art drawings, some using their new iPads to ensure accuracy of their drawings.
Integrating classroom technology
Every elementary and middle school classroom has a SmartBoard.
Welcome to Tiger Nation!
Have you seen it? The district has a new tiger mascot. The schools show their Tiger pride with spirit days and Tiger Nation banners in each building.
Learning with iPads
Boulevard's kindergarten classes are exploring new learning experiences through iPads. Students are using them to support their STEM pathway in ELA, Math, and Science.