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Heights Alumna Receives CWRU's English Major Award

June 12, 2024 -- Tiger alumna Lila Schubert, a member of Heights High’s class of 2020, can still remember the first time she wrote an actual story. “I was in Kristi Glasier’s 4th grade class at Fairfax and I filled an entire wide-ruled notebook. I was so serious about that story and worked on it every day until I finished.” She has remained that serious about her writing ever since, having just graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a major in English and Creative Writing.

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Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Tiger Nation Month in Review Newsletter - May 2024

June 3, 2024 -- The CH-UH School District publishes a monthly newsletter featuring stories, information and highlights from across Tiger Nation.

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Posted Monday, June 3, 2024

CH-UH Recognizes Tiger Team Members of the Month for May

May 31, 2024 -- The theme across the CH-UH School District this year is Believe. In that spirit, each month CH-UH is recognizing employees who go above and beyond to inspire one another to "believe" and create a culture of excellence in our district.

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Posted Friday, May 31, 2024

District Providing Free Breakfast, Lunch For All Children June 3-August 9

May 31, 2024 -- The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District and its food service provider, AVI Fresh, are providing free breakfast and lunch to any child 18 and under from June 3 through August 9.

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Posted Friday, May 31, 2024

CH-UH Announces 2024 Staff Award Winners

May 28, 2024 -- The CH-UH City School District has named its Teacher of the Year, Helping Hand of the Year, Rookie of the Year, and Administrator of the Year for 2023-2024.

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Posted Tuesday, May 28, 2024

IMD's 'Kiddie Concerts' Encourage Elementary Students To Play Musical Instruments

May 23, 2024 -- After watching a mini concert by Heights High's band and orchestra members, a Fairfax 4th grader was inspired to pick her cello back up again. “That’s exactly the point” of these Kiddie Concerts, said Heights High orchestra director Dan Heim. “The goal is to demonstrate how cool it is to play a musical instrument and encourage our eligible elementary students to keep or start playing.” 

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Posted Thursday, May 23, 2024

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