Tiger Praise


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The “Tiger Praise” page allows website visitors the opportunity to celebrate the District and its culture, by praising students, teachers, staff, volunteers and schools.

This interactive tool is a small but fun way for anyone to send a note of appreciation to those who go above and beyond to make a difference in our District.

1. Click on the link below
2. In the pop-up window, enter your name and your role in the District, separated by a comma:
Example 1: John Smith, Teacher
Example 2: Jane Jones, Student
Example 3: Bob Adams, Community Member
3. Enter your thoughts about the District, schools, teachers, staff, students or volunteers
4. Click “Post Reply”
5. Your comment will be reviewed and posted upon approval.


Please share your thoughts!
Posted 9/3/2014 at 12:11:00 PM by Andrew Erdman [System User]
Reply Posts
Reaching Heights
Posted 11/15/2017 at 10:41:07 AM by [anonymous visitor]
A big THANK YOU to our "Friend of Public Education" Honoree Geizel Ashford for everything she has done over the years to make CH-UH schools great. Join us at Motocars Honda Platinum Lounge on Dec. 6th to give her your thanks in person! See www.ReachingHeights.org for details.
Julie Walker, teacher and parent
Posted 10/4/2017 at 8:54:55 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Big Shout out to Sarah Perz and Jessica Friedland, the art teachers at Boulevard and Fairfax as well as anybody instrumental in making the mural painting at the corner of meadowbrook and lee a reality. Your time and energy does not go unnoticed or unappreciated! I am happy to work alongside one of you and happy my own students had the other as a teacher. When our kids work together to make their community a better, brighter place it's a WIN all around!"
Reena Price, Student
Posted 5/12/2017 at 1:57:06 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"Thanks to my besties Arwen and Ellie. You guys rock!! :)"
Erica Chaffin
Posted 1/10/2017 at 12:07:30 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"JP has Mr. Williams for 7th grade Math. I'd like to publicly thank him for keeping parents in the loop each week. It is so nice to have teachers who recognize the cracks in communication and fill them to ensure student success. thank you!!"
Gloria Matthews, Sub Bus Driver (Retiree)
Posted 12/5/2016 at 11:45:21 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Shout out to Doris Mapson and Carolyn Jackson-Wilson (both bus drivers/dispatchers). They do a fabulous job keeping the drivers informed and up to date during our daily driving schedule. Their work day starts at 5:30 a.m. They are dealing with drivers and their schedules, parents, administrative staff, as well as private school staff. I want them to know on behalf of all transportation staff they are greatly appreciated."
Jamarique Holcomb 12 class of 2017
Posted 9/3/2016 at 8:16:40 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I am happy to announce that I am a senior at Cleveland Heights High School. And thanks to all of the teachers."
Anastasia Acoff, former student at Roxboro Elementary
Posted 6/27/2016 at 1:24:32 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"Roxboro is a great school. You would have a great time at that school. I would like to give a shout out to my first grade teacher Mr. Daniels, my second grade teacher Mrs. Miracle, my third grade teacher Ms. Lambert and my fourth grade teacher Mrs. Rogers. Lastly, my fifth grade teacher Mr. Coffey. I'm really happy that I'm going to middle school so I can meet new people and become my own person."
Tristan Mccoy
Posted 6/5/2016 at 8:17:11 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Mrs. Saad is my favorite teacher, friend, etc. Mrs. Saad helps me with issues."
Sara F. Fairfax Parent
Posted 4/28/2016 at 8:09:03 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"My painfully shy son had his packed lunch ruined today by someone's drink spilled all over it. Due to his shyness, he has never bought hot lunch and did not choose that as an option today when his lunch was ruined. He sat quietly at lunch and just didn't eat. When he got to his next class, math, a student he is not great friends with but they are friendly, went right up to the teacher and told her that Aiden didn't get to eat today. Because again, he would not have told anyone because he is so shy and this kid knew that. The teacher went to the vending machine and bought him crackers and also gave him part of her lunch. I am so touched that a teacher like Nancy MacDonald cares enough about my kid to remedy the situation and help him out. I was also touched that the boy who told the teacher took the time to care about someone else's feelings and needs. This could have easily gone unnoticed and pushed aside but it wasn't and that is why I love Nancy MacDonald. She cares about the whole student and treats them all with love and respect."
Terri L.., Boulevard Parent
Posted 4/22/2016 at 11:44:44 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I wanted to give a shout out to Ms. Costanzo, vocal teacher at Boulevard. This past winter concert was by far the best vocal concert I have seen in our 8 years at Boulevard. The children presented several pieces involving singing in rounds, instruments and dance and the songs had choreography as well. They were so well prepared. Sadly, it is our last year in elementary school but was glad we got at least one year with Ms. Costanzo."
Savannah's Mom, DeOnne
Posted 3/29/2016 at 8:19:32 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I am so appreciative of the support provided by the before and aftercare staff at Roxboro Elementary. Ms. Durant, Ms. Murray, Ms. Smith, Mrs. Carter and Ms. Mimi are a great support system for my daughter. She enjoys the time she spends with them and they are always willing to take the time to lend a hand. We are truly grateful."
An "In-Awe" Grandparent
Posted 3/15/2016 at 8:17:34 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Bravo to the music department students and their teachers at the high school. Every time we attend a performance, it is easy to forget that we are watching high school students. They do such a great job...from the way they come onto the stage, the way they follow the director and the way they play and sing, they are just great. The Barbershoppers are especially fantastic! Thanks to all."
Posted 2/29/2016 at 8:50:28 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Mrs. Salih at Monticello Middle School has done a wonderful job taking over while Ms. Moore is unable to be with us. She continues to show she cares about her students and her staff. She should be applauded by the CHUH administrators for the job she is doing. And a big thank you to Mrs. Black for coming into Monticello and being a great support to teachers and a caring presence while she is needed."
Christie Yonkers, Fairfax Parent
Posted 2/12/2016 at 12:35:08 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"The fifth grade teaching team at Fairfax (Mr. Gee, Mrs. MacDonald and Mrs. Christy) is so strong! I had my conference yesterday and it was the most thorough yet. The strong communication between these three teachers is phenomenal and they clearly know each kiddo in a deep and nuanced way. I'm so grateful!"
Deborah Brainard, BOE Receptionist
Posted 2/2/2016 at 4:14:18 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"To the Communication Department - Scott Wortman, Cathan Bricker and Joy Henderson, for a splendid job in keeping the website updated. I check the website almost every morning to keep current with what is happening in our district. Since I work at the Board of Education building, I am not exposed to everything our schools are doing. The article this morning about student James Greene from Fairfax brought tears to my eyes and warmed my heart. Great job Mr. Greene. Keep up the good work! Kudos to the staff at Fairfax as well!
Mrs. Simms, Boulevard parent
Posted 1/15/2016 at 10:44:02 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I just want to say congratulations on the new baby and hope your rest of your pregnancy and delivery goes well. We will miss you at Boulevard also."
Haoqi Zhang, sixth-grader at Rox Middle
Posted 11/8/2015 at 10:02:42 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Everybody that has been to Roxboro Middle knows that Mr. Adorjan is awesome. Thank you and keep being awesome! From, a sixth grader that is a student of Mr. Adorjan."
Crystal M. Franklin, Proud Aunt!
Posted 10/28/2015 at 11:34:22 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"As I sit here in Guyana serving in the Peace Corps, my thoughts often go to my 2 nieces, Hailley and Hallee Turner, who are now seniors at Heights. This is the first time in their lives that I have been away, and I miss them dearly. No orchestra performances to see Hailley on her violin, no football games to see the girls on their trumpets. Who would have thought I would miss those things? Ladies, as you go through your senior year, know that Auntie Crystal's love and support is still with you. Do your best at all times and never give up. Love you both to pieces, Auntie Crystal. See you at graduation!"
nicole maddi
Posted 9/23/2015 at 8:09:48 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"well we are one. one team. i love it all."
P. Gist Heights High Student
Posted 9/3/2015 at 8:54:05 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"This year at Heights High School, I have goals to make. This school year, I’m not playing any games. I want to stay on my goals during my 11th grade year. And I want to say thanks to the best teacher I had during my freshman year - Ms. Kaye. This great teacher has been there for me when I needed help with anything. And I also want to thank retired social worker Mrs. Lash. She is the best social worker ever. And, I didn’t forget Mrs. Yoo. Thanks for everything. During my 11th grade year, I’m going to work really hard and make my family, friends and my teachers proud of me. I want to see myself succeed at the end of my 11th grade year."
Jamarique Holcomb
Posted 8/19/2015 at 1:15:42 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I just want to Tiger Praise my favorite two counselors. They are Jennifer Colvin and Rkyeta Carr. They've been there for me since 6-8th grade at Monticello middle school, and now I am a junior at Heights High School. I just wanna say thank you for all you have done for me, to reach this far into my life. And also I just want to say that Ms. Colvin and Mrs. Carr are really nice people to talk to and responsible. That's what I like about you. Thanks!"
T. Bradley, Parent
Posted 8/10/2015 at 11:29:51 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I want to praise Mr. Adorjan at Roxboro Middle School. His love and passion for his students and subject matter was evident this summer. During his vacation time, he organized a walking field trip for his science club. Thank you for sharing your time, talent and knowledge with this club. You are appreciated!"
Jamarique Holcomb
Posted 8/5/2015 at 11:31:54 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I just want to thank all of the people that have been there throughout my life in Cleveland Heights High School. First off I'd like to say thank you to my teachers. They have been there for me and supportive to everyone, especially me. I love them and also my friends for being there for my ups and downs. But I will always be there for their ups and downs. That's what friends are for! Anyway, I would like to thank everyone throughout the school District. Especially when my sister passed away, they have been there for me and my family. Thanks! Tiger Nation"
Ebony Bunn, former Hgts High Student
Posted 7/11/2015 at 8:03:51 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Congratulations Jeremy Holmes on your position as coach of the Heights High basketball team!"
Darlene Byrd, School Counselor
Posted 7/3/2015 at 8:44:33 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Cindy Schmidt, I want to thank you for your support, dedication and endless hours spent helping families at Roxboro Elementary School. You are an amazing School Social worker who always put children first. You are appreciated!"
Heights High Student
Posted 6/25/2015 at 4:01:15 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I just want to say thank you to all the teachers at Cleveland Heights High School. I can't wait until school starts... Go Tigers!!!!!!!"
Alisa Bray/Josie Bray
Posted 6/24/2015 at 8:19:23 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Dear Ms. Woods: What would Josie have done without you this year?! I am so grateful that you assisted her through these core memories that could have haunted her and affected her schooling in negative ways. You kept her grounded, and I will forever be thankful for it."
Alisa Bray/Josie Bray
Posted 6/24/2015 at 8:19:05 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"It's never to late to say thank you. Thank you to Mrs. Boderanko (I just know I spelled that incorrectly because Josie is not sitting next to me to correct me). You gave her life back and the love of learning. She never did poorly, but lost her enthusiasm in 1st grade and because of you she was excited to learn again. She went through a lot this year, and you were always 100% supportive and understanding. I am grateful that she had you as a teacher. You ROCK!!!"
Michelle Bandy-Zalatoris
Posted 5/28/2015 at 2:37:06 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"Thanks to all of the wonderful staff and teachers at Canterbury who make it such a wonderful place, including: Dr. Wigton - Her kind, professional and enthusiastic leadership is a gift. Ms. Gadowski & Ms. Thomas - The warmth they show to the students is inspiring. Mrs. McCafferty - She is welcoming and protective of the students. She brightens our mornings! Our arts team - Mrs. Lustic, Mrs. Bergson and Ms. Bowman help our students do amazing things! Mrs. Ott - She really inspires young minds to go above and beyond. Mrs. Stewart, Ms. Kroger, Mrs. Bradley, Ms. Minnillo and Mrs. Huter - They are fantastic teachers who create a wonderful learning environment. What a great place to learn and grow! We are so thankful to be here."
Posted 5/13/2015 at 8:17:14 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Good job Maddie Shutt! We are so proud of you! You are a great student and I know you will go far in life. Praise to your fellow students as well! GO TIGERS!!!"
Vikki Nowak - Parent
Posted 5/11/2015 at 9:13:22 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Thank you to Ms. Adeyemon for introducing my son to Concordia Language Camp. Although challenging, he had a great experience and is speaking Spanish non-stop! Thank you for organizing all of the fundraisers and bake sales to make it affordable. I hope other children will get to experience it next year. Special thanks to Ms. Santnagelo and Miss Stahler for giving up your weekend to escort the children. Receiving the text photos throughout the weekend was great!"
Jennifer Vinson, Parent
Posted 5/3/2015 at 8:10:51 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"My daughter, Emily Vinson, and I have many people at CHHS to thank for their help this past year. I now firmly believe "it takes a village" to complete the college application process! We particularly want to thank Dr. Donna Feldman, who was Emily's English teacher her sophomore and senior years. She really helped Emily improve her writing skills, and met with her many times outside of class to review her college application essays. She has also agreed to be her Senior Project advisor. Thank you, Dr. Feldman, for giving so much of your time to your students!"
Grateful Parent
Posted 5/3/2015 at 8:10:02 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I just want to say thank you to all the teachers at Cleveland Heights High School and Roxboro Middle School. For the teachers that will be retiring, words can't say how much you will be truly missed."
Carrye DeCrane, long-term sub, Legacy
Posted 5/2/2015 at 8:08:51 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"To the teachers and staff in Legacy, especially Jessica Tayse, Thank you for making my time with you so memorable! I cannot articulate what a treat it has been to share these months with you all. You are welcoming, supportive, talented, and pretty darn funny. You have officially ruined it for every other assignment. In no other district or department (and I have had some really great gigs) have I seen your equal. The group assembled here is truly one from the textbooks. This is what it looks like when all the rhetoric and pedagogy WORKS. It has been my pleasure to learn from and work with you. I wish you all the best." Carrye
A Grateful Student
Posted 4/29/2015 at 10:41:59 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Mrs. Strine you're simply amazing."
Paul Gist Jr, Student
Posted 4/28/2015 at 2:05:02 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I want to say thank you to Mr. McGaughey, Ms. Kaye, Mr. Carrier, Ms. Francis, Mrs. Yoo, Mr. Peake and much more. This school year went by fast and I'm going to miss all of my teachers. This school year, I had fun with all my friends and teachers." Special Thanks: Mr. McGaughey Mrs. Lash Mr. Reed
Christina Williams, Parent
Posted 4/23/2015 at 8:42:57 AM by [anonymous visitor]
“I would like to commend and acknowledge the office staff of Roxboro Middle with specifics of Mrs. Smith (no longer there) & Mrs. Worship!!! From the time my daughter entered the school you all have been diligent with our every request, question, and concerns. Always with a pleasant demeanor and a smile. I appreciate your thoroughness and willingness each and every time I either call or stopped in. Mr. McNichols can be extremely proud of the faces at the forefront of the Roxboro Middle School office!”
Jamarique Holcomb
Posted 3/27/2015 at 8:10:25 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I would like to thank all the teachers and people that have been there to help me throughout the school district especially my two teachers, Mr. Reble and Ms. Longstreet. They've been there for me since I was a freshman student at Cleveland Heights High School. And I also like to thank my parents for the things they have done for me to be apart of Cleveland Heights High School. Last but not least I would also like to thank the teachers from Monticello middle school, Noble Elementary School, Oxford, for all they have done and I really and truly appreciated it. My friends as well, they have been there for my ups and downs and I've been there for their ups and downs as well!"
Samantha Hodges, Parent
Posted 3/13/2015 at 2:53:50 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I would like to thank all the vocal and instrumental music teachers throughout the district for making it possible for the students to have a special night to shine at the Reaching Musical Heights concert. All the extra rehearsals paid off and our students sounded wonderful. A special thank you to Nicole Clouser at Rox Middle for all her tireless efforts to push the instrumental program to new heights each year and all the while keeping a positive attitude."
Malia Lewis, parent
Posted 2/18/2015 at 9:39:48 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"want to thank the grounds crew and the custodians for clearing the sidewalks and parking lots around our schools after the last big snow fall. All the buildings I visited shortly after the storm were plowed soon and well. Thank you!"
Chanelle Truitt, Parent
Posted 1/23/2015 at 8:31:15 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I want to thank the custodial staff at Monticello. Every last one of them is always so willing to help; early in the morning, late in the evening, and even on Saturdays. They know the ins and outs of the building and keep it impressively clean all day (even with the sloppy salty weather). I should add that the office staff (Ms. Lightfoot, Ms. Wheeler and Ms. Blockson) are amazing, along with the security staff. For a parent I spend a fair amount of time at Monticello, and from my perspective there is a real team spirit and genuine care for our kids."
Betsy Race, counselor
Posted 1/13/2015 at 1:46:44 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"Brian Williams, Claude Holland, Kristie Cooper, Chris Cook, & Michelle Jackson at Options ROCK! Hello all, You all know me by now to realize I just can't let a moment like this morning go by without acknowledgement...There aren't words to describe what we witnessed, but that doesn't stop me from trying to find some words. The level of intensity that was expressed and felt during the reentry presentation was beyond amazement. It was a huge reminder to us all that this work COUNTS! Thank you to all of you for your efforts and belief about helping kids. I, for one, believe you did! This email was sent to the Options team after concluding the second round of the Odyssey program. This team deserves a huge applause for their commitment to our students!"
Patti Carlyle, Canterbury parent
Posted 1/12/2015 at 1:47:17 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"another snowy day, and parents at Canterbury want to recognize the incredible efforts of Mr. Christopher, our Senior Lead Custodial Engineer and his staff. i walk my child to school, and in the 3 years we have been at canterbury, we have never arrived to un-shoveled sidewalks on school grounds. Mr. Christopher is consistently out there, early and in the worst elements, making sure our kids and their families arrive to a welcoming, safe environment. the canterbury campus is *huge* and it's a big job. thank you, mr. christopher!"
Sara Forsythe, Parent
Posted 12/20/2014 at 8:14:00 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"My son's school, Fairfax, had a dollar dance on Friday. Each student was asked to bring $1 to contribute to a fundraiser and they could participate in the dance. I know, it sounds exclusionary, but wait. Many teachers and students gave an extra $1 so that kids who didn't have a $1 could participate. No one was left out. But this story stole my heart. A student in my son's class had extra money and donated one of his dollars to another student, so he could go to the dance. I will not name names, so that no one is embarrassed. This may sound like a kind story, but you don't know the half of it. The student who gave the extra dollar, well to be honest, isn't the best student and doesn't have the best reputation. He is a 'trouble maker' as most students label him. The student he gave the dollar to was not his friend, as far as talking to him, playing with him at recess or talking to him at lunch. Honestly, there have probably been days that he picked on him. This student is very shy, feels like everyone picks on him and tells me often 'I have no friends.' Well, last Friday, he had a great friend! Two kids that most likely will never be great friends, but they will always remember what they did for each other. One gave and one was so happy to receive. My son witnessed all of this and was so proud to share this story with me. I believe that my son is now a better person, because he saw kindness in an unlikely person. These are the stories that make me love the community I live in. Thank you child anonymous for your kindness. You have no idea how much your actions affected many. Don't worry, I'll tell you in private, after break."
Kristi Glasier, Second Grade Teacher at Roxboro Elementary School
Posted 12/12/2014 at 2:22:30 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I would like to share praise with Sumayyah Husain and Ella Damaser. These eighth grade students assist in my classroom after school once a week by grading and filing papers, organizing supplies and cleaning desktops. I appreciate the opportunity to spend time with them. We recently talked about the crisis our country is facing with racial relations and I am truly impressed with their attitudes and understanding of a complex and problematic situation. These are only two of the outstanding students whom I have had the honor of knowing and working with during my proud tenure at Cleveland Heights."
Brenda Watts, Amy Grezann and Todd Strauss
Posted 12/12/2014 at 2:01:49 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"We would like to give a shout out to all the Food Service staff. We know that with all the changes and challenges we are faced with every day,you still do an excellent job. We just wanted to thank you/and we appreciate you all."
Lashonda Rhea, Parent
Posted 12/12/2014 at 8:12:21 AM by [anonymous visitor]
Lisa M. Hunt, Assistant Director of Reaching Heights
Posted 12/11/2014 at 12:36:58 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"Principal Patrick McNichols deserves praise for every effort he made to ensure everyone understood the changes, process & ability for Roxboro Middle School to welcome the new Wiley students. In every encounter with him he has been steadfast, direct and gave each and every person the attention and respect they deserve! What a wonderful leader!!!"
Lisa M. Hunt, Assistant Director of Reaching Heights
Posted 12/11/2014 at 12:36:31 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I would like to share a big 'Way to Go!' to our new superintendent Dr. Dixon for her effort to connect with the community over coffee & conversations. Way to make an effort to learn more about the stakeholders, parents and students that make this community a resource-rich place that many of us are proud to call home. I appreciated the time it took to attend, get them scheduled and her presence and open demeanor was a real breath of fresh air!!"
Harvetta Jordan, Instructor
Posted 12/11/2014 at 8:10:47 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I think it's AWESOME when our kids grow up and give back to the community. So I think it's twice as AWESOME when one of those kids is mine. A big shout out to Robert Jordan. He is a Heights grad. Went away to college in Pa. on a football scholarship,got his degree in Criminal Justice, and came home to CH, got a position at PEP (special ed for behaviorally challenged youth)as a counselor. PEP serves our district youth. He also coaches football at Monticello. He is truly giving back. Way to go, son."
Toia Robinson, CHUH Coordinator of Gifted & Fine Arts
Posted 12/8/2014 at 12:33:50 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"All the Music, Art, AP and Gifted Teachers: Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to OUR students. You are amazing!! Have a blessed holiday with your family. If we did not have these wonderful students in our lives where would we be???"
Ade Sakina, Foreign Exchange Student from Indonesia
Posted 11/12/2014 at 12:32:51 PM by [anonymous visitor]
Amiya Conwell,Oxford student
Posted 11/6/2014 at 8:05:33 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I think Oxford is awesome!!!IB,friendly people and more!"
Malia Lewis, Middle School Parent
Posted 10/29/2014 at 8:22:32 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I am extremely proud of the mature response of our high school students to the ugly political machinations around the Wiley Campus planning process. All the Student Union members who plan to visit polling places next week to show the electorate what high schoolers really look like and how they really behave, deserve high praise (and an ice cream cone)."
Staci Marshall, Tiger Nation Mom
Posted 10/24/2014 at 12:25:22 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I have four kids within the district, so there are a lot of people I want to thank! But mostly it's everyone that does their job every day so that CHUH kids get the best opportunity to be the best they can be! Now my personal shout outs are to Ms. Moore (love her), Monticello Principal. You came into a tough situation and each day it only gets better! Patrick (sign language teacher and neighbor) thank you for helping my daughter to be passionate about something!Canterbury staff: I don't know where my kids would be without you. What you all do each day is nothing short of amazing. CHUH preschool - for anyone who didn't know our preschool is top-rated, it really prepares our kids for 21st century learning. I am also very proud of all the staff that send their own children to schools within our district. It demonstrates that you have faith in the very school system you are teaching for! I'm proud to be a member of this community! Go TIGERS!"
Angela Gober-Woodson, Junior Varsity Cheer Coach
Posted 10/16/2014 at 9:26:35 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I want to acknowledge Varsity Cheer Coach Nellie Basit, for being an awesome example of what a coach should be.I have learned so much from you over the past 5 years that I have been there assisting you. The commitment you show to your job, school and the girls has made me admire you for so long. Cleveland Heights High School and district should be very proud to have you. Thank you again Nellie and continue to do an awesome as I know you will!!!!"
Vivian Gatta, Roxboro Elementary Secretary/Board of Education Secretary
Posted 10/16/2014 at 9:25:21 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I want to thank Eileen Lynette, at the Board of Education, for continually teaching and mentoring me. Eileen has been patient, kind, and generous with her vast knowledge about our district. She is a team player, and an excellent role model."
Paul Gist, Student
Posted 10/14/2014 at 8:17:56 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I would like to thank all of my teachers who help me when I need help at home. I love coming to school every day and being in after school clubs. Thank You Tiger Nation staff members. And thanks mom."
Sharilee Walker, Parent
Posted 10/6/2014 at 2:14:37 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"THANK YOU PRINCIPAL COLEMAN!! Mrs. Coleman was savvy enough to know that the large group of parents talking in front of the school after drop-off this morning (10/6/14) was not coincidental. She spontaneously came out in the cold to address questions regarding current issues our school is facing and personally show her honest support. I am sure she had something else on her agenda this morning. But taking the time for us is exactly why we value her as our NOBLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL leader!"
Dannetta Darden, Parent
Posted 10/5/2014 at 8:17:07 AM by [anonymous visitor]
Courtnei D Blockson, Secretary
Posted 9/18/2014 at 8:11:29 AM by [anonymous visitor]
I'd like to thank my mother, Jacqueline D Blockson for not only being a great mommy, but also for showing me how to care for individuals the way you do! I know you have been a great asset to the high school; your many years there have been greatly appreciated. You have many fans in the Cleveland Heights area!
Courtnei D Blockson, Secretary
Posted 9/18/2014 at 8:11:04 AM by [anonymous visitor]
I would like to acknowledge Jackie Wheeler and Charlene Lightfoot! You two welcomed me into your Monticello family and into your hearts in 2012. You taught me a lot and passed down all your professional wisdom ;-) I miss you guys! And everyone at Monticello is lucky to have you two!
Nadine Johnson, Parent
Posted 9/16/2014 at 4:33:49 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I would like to acknowledge and compliment Ms. Lackey, the assistant principal at Roxboro Middle school.She is a wonderful example of what an educator should be. She totally has the students' best interests at heart."
Crystal Simms, Boulevard Parent
Posted 9/16/2014 at 4:33:13 PM by [anonymous visitor]
"I'm so happy to be a part of the Boulevard Elementary School family. My two children have two wonderful teachers. Mrs. Reynolds and I would like to welcome Ms. Virant to Boulevard Elementary. And the second grade teacher, Mrs. Preston, I enjoy how you show enthusiasm for teaching and help the students get excited about learning. My son was so worried about the first day of second grade, but now he gets excited about second grade and learning and wants his classmates to be on good behavior as well. My son has a good heart and I'm sure the teachers love having him. I like this school and the teachers and the parents are all very supportive of each other. I hope the new parents and students feel just as welcome here."
Joe Mendes, Teacher
Posted 9/10/2014 at 10:51:03 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I want to praise John Miller a 10th grader at Heights. Besides being a fine young man, John happens to be on the football team. I work with his mother at Gearity and he is always respectful, thoughtful and engaging when I see him. After the disappointing loss to Strongsville last Friday, John saw me as he was boarding the bus. He was beat up and down but he STILL came over, hugged me and said hi. This is a high character dude and HE should be celebrated. Him saying hi to me made me feel good on a late, muggy, disappointing evening. John Miller: You rock the house!"
Kathy, Parent
Posted 9/9/2014 at 10:51:49 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"Thank you Noble staff for creating such a warm and nurturing school environment. My anxious kindergartner loooooooooves school and is already proud to be a tiger."
Lee Anne Chambers, Teacher
Posted 9/9/2014 at 10:50:15 AM by [anonymous visitor]
"I would like to praise all the teachers who have had to relocate from Wiley and join another Middle School, but specifically the teachers who are now at Monticello and part of the 7th GRADE 'SWAG' TEAM! You really are a pleasure to get to know and professionally speaking, I am learning from your ideas and knowledge. Thank you, and I am sure the moving and adjusting to a new environment wasn't 'easy.' You handled it and are moving forward as excellent teachers do when presented with challenges out of their control."
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