Fairfax Mystery Readers
Fairfax first grade classrooms host Mystery Readers. Reading to classes are: left, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Andrea Celico; right, Fairfax parent Molly Katholi.
Oxford Crocheting Queens
Mrs. Bee's 4th grade Oxford Crocheting Queens enjoy getting together after school on Wednesdays, being creative, learning a new craft and building stronger relationships.
Students Visit Ohio Statehouse
Nearly 50 students from Roxboro and Boulevard Elementary Schools were welcomed and toured the Ohio Statehouse and Museum as part of their learning seminar to Columbus on November 25.
RMS Serves the Community
RMS' celebration of International Education, students and staff completed a "think global, act local" service project. Students donated 3,136 lbs. of food to the Heights Hunger Center and approximately $450 to the Dougbe River School in Liberia Africa.
CH Mayor Visits Options Program
Options students, staff and guests, including Mayor Ed Kelley, convened during the 2nd annual Thanksgiving Holiday Luncheon.
Options Seniors Prepare For College
Dr. Cooper prepares the senior class through a series of workshops that teaches the necessary steps to be accepted into a college or university.
Swim Team Leaf Raking Service
The Swim & Diving Team raked leaves for Cleveland Heights senior citizens on Nov 16.
Gearity Stacks Up with WSSA
Gearity students and staff in grades PK- 5th grade participated in the WSSA Stack Up event attempting to break the world record for most individuals stacking at multiple locations on the same day.
Tiger Nation Science Station Grant
Boulevard and Gearity, STEM-focused schools, were awarded funding for literacy by the ODE Early Literacy Reading Readiness Grant. Students will work on literacy through science with help from the Great Lakes Science Center.
Wiley Middle School Soars High
Wiley Middle was awarded a "SOAR" Battelle for Kids High Progress Award Nov. 11 for academic progress in multiple grade levels/subjects in 2012-2013. It was one of 16 Ohio schools to receive the award.
Cleveland Orchestra Chorus at Noble
Thurs., Nov. 7th Cleveland Orchestra Chorus volunteers joined Noble Music Teacher Jenna Kirk (far right) in sharing a love of musical concerts, Beethoven and choral singing.
Issue 81 Passes!
Thank you CH-UH community for investing in our public schools. Thank you Citizens for Heights Schools and Alvin Saafir, Patrick Mullen and Dave Tabor for rallying the community.
Congratulations CH-UH Board Members
Congratulations to (L-R) Board Members Ron Register and Kal Zucker on your re-election to serve on the CH-UH School Board and to Eric Silverman for your new 4-year term.
Noble Professional Dev. for IB
Teachers at Noble used their Oct. staff meeting as a PD opportunity to further their understanding of inquiry-based learning. IB Coordinator Leslie Garrett facilitated the workshop.
Canterbury's IB Garden
Ms. Brigg's Canterbury Kindergarten class planting bulbs with the help of the PTA. The bulbs were generously donated by Bremec's Garden Center and Gali's Florist and Garden Center.
Heights Presents "Hello,Dolly!"
Marley Lieberman (Dolly Levi). "Hello, Dolly!" will run at CHHS October 30 - November 3. There will be no performance October 31.
Fairfax Bike Club
The Fairfax Bike Club rode to Hathaway Brown's playground on a beautiful fall day.
Bike-Friendly, Thanks to Schools
The League of American Bicyclists named CH as a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community. School bike events helped the city win the award. Joy Henderson, founding member of the Heights Bike Coalition, presented the award to Mayor Ed Kelley.
Community Service at Monticello
Ms. Thomas's 6th grade Monticello ELA/Humanities classes picked up litter around the school and neighborhood. Students and staff went to work with the motto: "Each One Teach One!"
2013 Homecoming King & Queen
Ali Whitner and Carl Sims were crowned Homecoming Queen and King during the halftime show of the October 11th Homecoming Game against Warrensville Heights.
Wal-Mart Community Giving
At the South Euclid Wal-Mart Grand Opening, CH-UH Superintendent Dr. Nylajean R. McDaniel accepted a check on behalf of the District.
9th Graders at John Carroll
9th grade Heights High Early College students attended a John Carroll University info session, which reviewed the school's history, athletics, student life, curriculum and scholarship opportunities.
Gearity Students Walk to School
In honor of National "Walk to School Day" on Wednesday, October 9th, 85 Gearity students and Principal Evans as well as teachers and parents walked to school from home via Wiley or from Wiley.
Officers Thanked at Board Meeting
A special thanks to UH Officer Sonewald, and CH Officers Watkins, Reichard and Mack for their collaboration with our District to update safety and security procedures with active shooter training (ALICE).
Student Athlete Kalah Saunders
Senior Girls' Soccer Team Captain Kalah Saunders (white jersey) is the McDonald's "Student Athlete of the Week." An interview of Kalah will air Sept. 24 at 6 p.m. on News Channel 5.
AP British Lit Trip to England
Six Heights High students traveled to England for a ten-day AP Literature summer tour. Students shown here in front of Buckingham Palace with AP English Teacher Peggy Hull.
UH City Council get Insiders' Tour
University Heights Mayor Susan Infeld and council members toured Cleveland Heights High School to see an eye-opening state of the facilities August 19th.
Ellen Posch to Dive in Nationals
CHHS 12th grader Ellen Posch dives her way into the USA Diving Nationals. She is one of 26 girls nationwide competing in Minneapolis August 9th,alongside Olympic divers.
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.
Integrating classroom technology
Every elementary and middle school classroom has a SmartBoard.
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.