June 14, 2017 -- At the annual Children's Ink event at Roxboro Elementary School on May 19, local business and community leaders read aloud poems and short stories written by students, in a school-wide assembly.
Cleveland Heights Police Officer Quintero Mack reads Tanka poems by Javier Scarborough, fifth grade.
CH-UH School Board Member Jim Posch reads “Portal Dream” by Collette McDougal, second grade.
Cleveland Heights Mayor Cheryl Stephens reads “Steamboat” by Karley Johnson, fourth grade.
Assistant Superintendent Felisha Gould reads “Car Wash” by Finn Nolan, kindergarten.
Roxboro Elementary Administrative Assistant Linda Steffancin reads “The Dinosaur Walk” by Leo Farnung, kindergarten.
The event also featured several student performances.
“Bile ‘em Cabbage Down” performed by Amelia King & April Schanz.
View the program to see all of the guest speakers, student writers and performers.