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.
Bike Safety Lesson
Bicycle police talk to Fairfax students about helmets and bike safety checks.
A Winning Essay
Roxboro 8th grader Soli Collins, center, wins first place in the Stop the Hate Essay Contest.
Monticello Track Wins 1st Place
Top: Coach Jeske, Darrell Gaddis, Deabolique Simmons, Kendra Lee, Rahmon Davis-Smith, Coach Robinson. Bottom: Dai'Jon Gatson, Jakeith James, Yulmere Robinson, Jayson Perry.
Paws to Celebrate
Canterbury students celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week writing kind remarks about their teachers for the "Paws to Celebrate" bulletin board.
Lunch with an Author
15 Roxboro Middle School 6th graders won a chance to have lunch with Ji li Jiang, author of Red Scarf Girl, a memoir of her growing up in the Cultural Revolution in China.
34 Teachers Receive Tenure
Congratulations to our District teachers who received tenure this year and were recognized at the May 7 Board of Education meeting.
Heights High Piano Trio
Board President Ron Register thanks the trio of (l-r) Alice Janigro on cello, Carolyn Holt, clarinet, and Katherine Miller on piano for their performance at the May 7 Board meeting.
Emergency Response Review
On May 3 the District convened a full day emergency response review with school response teams and local law enforcement. Safety training for all staff will occur prior to the 2013-14 school year.
Penny War Benefits Leukemia
Roxboro Middle School's Student Council sponsored a penny war that raised $885 for leukemia research. The Pasta for Patients Program rewarded Mrs. O'Malley's winning class with a pasta lunch.
IB Theme for April: Communicator
Roxboro Middle School's Environmental Club wanted to speak for animals that have no voice. They raised $122 to support the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
It's a Hit
The Grand Opening ceremony for the softball field at the corner of Goodnor and Washington included the first pitch by Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley. The Tigers beat Warrensville Hts, 10-5.
Canterbury's 5th grade scholars visited Ohio State to get an up-close look at the college experience.
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.
Heights High Scholars Recognized
Superintendent Heuer and Board President Karen Jones pose with students recognized for earning the distinction of National Merit, National Achievement, and Commended scholars.
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.