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Science is very important!


Ms. Cooper and Ms. Rock’s Preschool Class
 

Science is very important even to our little students.  We focus on making intelligent observations based on facts.  Students learn literacy skills by making predictions and then seeing if their predictions are accurate.
 

Standard:

Science Inquiry and Application

  1. Record Observations using words, pictures, charts, graphs
  2. Make careful observations
     

Activity:

The students and teachers discussed objects that would sink or float. After the discussion, the students were given a picture to place on the sink and float chart to predict whether the object would sink or float. Then the students were given the object to place in a bucket of water to see if their prediction was correct.
 

Little scientists in the making!


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Shaw Leadership Academy Student Recognition


On Wednesday, April 19, Shaw Leadership Academy held a student recognition assembly to recognize students that made honor, merit role or perfect attendance for the 3rd quarter of the 2015 - 2016 School Year.

 

CONGRATULATIONS for a JOB WELL DONE!


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Caledonia Luau

 


WHAT'S IN YOUR FUTURE?

 

 

"This is the City...
This is the School...
This is the Team...
This is the Time...
A time when America is calling for a change in the way we teach our kids.
The team at Shaw Academy has taken on the challenge!"

                                                 ~Shaw Academy Students
 


Boys to Men Initiative


 

On March 16, 2016 fourteen Mayfair 6th graders joined eight Shaw High School students for the Boys to Men Initiative.  This program enables Shaw students to mentor Mayfair students under the guidance of mentors’ that hold various positions throughout the district.  During this session we reviewed academic goals and talked about the importance of being on time.  Students were asked to embrace this adage- “To be early is to be on time, to be on time is to be late, to be late is unacceptable.”  Further, we discussed the college goals and many of the young men stated what college they would like to attend.  Lastly, we did a focus exercise where a circle was formed by all participants and a ball was thrown, the individual that caught the ball would have to remember who he threw it to and from  whom he caught it .  Eventually 7 balls were going around the circle.  The point being anything is possible if you focus.  This session proved beneficial for all involved. 


Caledonia Students visit the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

 

 

The 3rd and 5th grade students went the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Museum officials led illuminating talks filled with marvelous facts that astonished our youngsters. Our youngsters were surprised to learn that glaciers once covered Cleveland. The presentation covered familiar topics (i.e. Volcanoes & fossils) the discussions thereof served to supplement the students' classroom experiences.

Mrs. Mulazim (3rd grade teacher) said,
"We read "Balto The Dog Who Saved Nome" and the museum had an incredible lifelike rendering of Balto that the children enjoyed seeing in real life. This really make their reading come to life."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Special Distance Learning Program

 

“Careers in Advanced Manufacturing

with Team Wendy”

 

On Thursday, April 14th Shaw High School had the opportunity to be part of a "live" broadcast from WVIZ Ideastream (IDEA CENTER).  From our own distance-learning classroom in Shaw’s Media Center,  our students were able to talk with a Manufacturing Engineer and the Director of Product Development promoting careers in advanced or high-tech manufacturing with Team Wendy.  In addition, our students had the opportunity to inquire about educational and employment opportunities in this changing industry. 


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Culinary, Cooking Up a Career

Culinary at Shaw allows students to express themselves and be creative. To some students cooking is their passion and to others it will be a hobby or back up plan in life. Three juniors who are currently participating in the Culinary program are Havvwah Brown, Julius Mitchell, and Christopher Jones. Culinary to them is not a regular class; it's a job. They take sanitation, prepping, and cooking seriously so no one gets sick.


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Chambers 4th graders visits the Botanical Garden

Chambers 4th graders visits the Botanical Garden: A paradise in the city awaits you… 

The Garden is located in University Circle, the heart of Cleveland’s cultural district. Just a stone’s throw from Little Italy and catty-corner to the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Botanical Garden boasts some of the finest public gardens in the Midwest. Each one is a gem with its own distinct personality.

The Garden is also home to the Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse, a unique conservatory that takes you on an exotic adventure to the lush rainforest of Costa Rica and the spiny desert of Madagascar.

Take a closer look :

 


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“English, Spanish and Chinese!”

 

At Chambers Elementary School, our students in grades first through sixth are engaged with learning the language and the culture of China.  The Confuscius Institute at Cleveland State University has provided us with an amazing teacher, Ms. Wang, to introduce our students to the wonderful world of China.  This is Mrs. Wang’s second year at Chambers and the fruits of her labor have paid off!  We are very proud to announce that some of our students passed the National Chinese Proficiency Exam.  Pictured below is the celebration that Ms. Wang and the Confucius Center planned for our students.





Nyra Frierson – 4th Grader, Elisha McDowell – 6th Grader, Makiya Knuckles – 5th Grader


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Dancing Classrooms at Chambers!

The mission of the Dancing Classrooms is to build awareness, confidence and self-esteem in children. Since established in 2008, Dancing Classrooms is not about ballroom dancing. The dance is a tool for getting the children to break down social barriers, learn about honor and respect, treat others carefully, improve self-confidence, communicate and cooperate, and accept others even if they are different.


      
 

"Do you know how after doing something very active you feel tired? After we finish dance I’m very energetic. I’m not tired at all!!! It makes me happy and I love it."                                                                                              -Gabby

 


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Disclaimer

The East Cleveland City School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, age, handicap or sex. The policy of equal opportunity governs every aspect of the district's operations and activities, including educational programs and employment.


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Superior PBIS Tiger Store
Friday, 4/29/2016
Apr
29
Boys Varsity Baseball @ Garfield Heights High School
@Garfield Heights High School
Friday, 4/29/2016
Apr
30
Saturday School
Saturday, 4/30/2016
May
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May
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May
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Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Bedford High School
@Forest Hills Park Fiels #1
Monday, 5/2/2016
May
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Girls Varsity Softball @ Bedford High School
@Bedford High School
Monday, 5/2/2016
May
03
Chambers TBT Meeting
Tuesday, 5/3/2016
May
03
May
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DW Progress Reports due in office
Wednesday, 5/4/2016
May
04
Caledonia BLT Meeting
Wednesday, 5/4/2016
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May
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May
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Boys Varsity Baseball @ Cleveland Heights High School
@Cleveland Heights High School
Wednesday, 5/4/2016
May
04
Girls Varsity Softball vs. Cleveland Heights High School
@Forest Hills Park #4
Wednesday, 5/4/2016
May
04
Co-ed Varsity Track @ Maple Heights High School
@Maple Heights High School
Wednesday, 5/4/2016
May
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May
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Mayfair Career Day
Thursday, 5/5/2016
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Heritage BLT Meeting
Thursday, 5/5/2016
May
05
Shaw BLT
Thursday, 5/5/2016
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Caledonia PBIS Incentive
Friday, 5/6/2016
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