District Administration

Doug Neumann
Athletic Director

Shaw High School

15320 Euclid Ave
                      East Cleveland, OH 44112−2899
                      School Phone: 216−268−7934    
                      Fax: 216−268−6499
Email: dneumann@east-cleveland.k12.oh.us

Superintendent                   Principal                         Small School Principals  

  Myrna Loy Corley             Diane Rollins            D. Huntsbarger, H. Watson, 
D. Van Leer        




Heritage Middle School

14410 Terrace Road
East Cleveland, OH 44112−2899
School Phone: 216−268−6610 x8332  
Fax: 216−268−6617

Email: dneumann@east-cleveland.k12.oh.us

Career and Technical Education

From the Desk of

Dr. John Buckner

Director, Career-Technical and Adult Education Programs

Career and Technical Education programs and courses teach students the skills needed to succeed in any job or career field and in life, problem-solving, communications, responsibilities, planning and technology. They will help you specialize in a career that will benefit you as a student. Rather than asking ”what’s next?” after graduation, you will be prepared to move directly from high school into college or into a successful role in today’s workforce. It’s a seamless plan for student success!

Career and Technical Education programs and courses at Shaw High School provides our students with an opportunity to make informed career choices and successfully participate in experiences that relate to the world of work. Students may select from a large number of exciting Career-Technical Education programs and courses that include Administrative Office Technology, Automotive Technology, Business Management, Career-Based Intervention, Construction Technology, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, Entrepreneurship, Firefighting Technology, Nurse Assisting, Patient Care Technician, Performing Arts, and Private Security.

Career and Technical Education programs and courses offers our students a clear and direct pathway to college or a career leading to meaningful employment. The various exciting Career and Technical Education programs and courses are designed to equip and prepare our students to enter college, universities or any post high school technical institution if they so desire. I ask that any tenth or eleventh grade student contact their guidance counselor for additional information.


Communications Department

Heritage Middle School

14410 Terrace Road

East Cleveland, OH


Mr. Donshon Wilson, Administrator


Mrs. Rashuda Davis, Secretary


Mr. Wayne Haynes, Assistant


Mr. Reginald Chatman, Production Center


Curriculum, Instruction and Assessments

Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Department
Administrators - Paula Elder k-6th grade and Andratesha Fritzgerald 7th-12th grade

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction for the East Cleveland City Schools is responsible for ensuring that curriculum and instruction for grades K – 12 reflects relevant content and instructional strategies that are consistent with the States’ Academic Content Standards. The Curriculum Office is committed to the development of a curriculum that meets and/or exceeds the requirements for our students, staff, parents and community. We strive to provide each student with the necessary tools for a sound education, provide teachers and administrators with current research information and staff development opportunities, and provide parents with up-to-date information on a variety of educational subject areas.

East Cleveland City Schools is committed to providing its professional staff with appropriate resources and professional development opportunities to enhance the teaching/learning process. We are dedicated to challenging students through curricular offerings and continually investigate the expansion of the educational program to enrich the special talents and capabilities of our students. 

Federal Programs
East Cleveland City School's Federal Programs Department is an integral entity relative to supporting academic psycho-social programming within the District.  Under the leadership of Director Pamela R. Prince, a staff encompassing fourteen literacy and math specialists have supported the district in receiving the designation of "Value-Added Plus" from the Ohio Department of Education, a term utilized for districts whose students have surpassed one year of academic growth.
Human Resources/Employment

The personnel employed by the Board Of Education of the East Cleveland City School District are a very important resource for effectively conducting a quality educational program.


Pupil Personnel and Student Registration

What Are Pupil Personnel Services? 

Pupil Personnel Services facilitates the core values of the East Cleveland City School District, that is student achievement. Pupil Personnel Services  consist of those programs that support overall instructionl mission of the school district by ensuring that students attain the knowledge and competencies necessary to derive the maximum benefit from the instructional program.


The Department of Pupil Personnel has developed services which are designed specifically to assist all students to become more self-sufficient, self-directed ans socially integrated.  These services ase utilized by classroom teachers to assist in providing the most appropriate instruction to our students.

We create opportunities and provide support to the teaching/learning process through our in district counselors, nurses, occupational therapist, Physical therapist, psychologists, resource teachers, speech therapist, and social workers.  The pupil Personnel Services staff collaboratively bring their experience, expertise, and resources together with our teachers to respond to the academic and social needs of our students. In addition, each school has an Intervention Assistance team of professional educators who collaborate with families and community service agencies to better serve our students.

Special Education


Special Education Department

Courtney Bean Jones, Administrator of Special Education

The department of Special Education for the East Cleveland City Schools is responsible for ensuring that appropriate special education services are provided for all eligible students from birth through 21 years of age (within the limits of local, state, and federal funding).

East Cleveland City Schools offers a continuum of special education services. If you have a child who you believe has a disability, please contact Courtney Bean Jones at 216-268-6474.

Every individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes a difference. ~Jane Goodall




Dear Parents and Community Members:

As we begin the 2013-2014 School Year, I am confident that the year will be one of purpose and possibilities. Further, it is my hope that the new school year avails our students with amazing opportunities to continue to enhance their academic endeavors.

The school calendar is designed to serve as a viable resource, as it is reflective of academic, extracurricular, and athletic events that are offered to our students and community. Please be advised that District and school events as indicated may be revised and updated as necessary. You may receive these updates from your school, or by accessing the East Cleveland City School District’s website at www.east-cleveland.k12.oh.us.

The East Cleveland City School District continues its tradition of extending to our students a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum. Committed to meeting the needs of students, the District implements instructional programming that is reflective of current scientifically research based practices.

Further, differentiated instruction affords the opportunity for students to receive instruction that is tailored to meet their individual academic needs.

We are excited to announce two new programs within our Career and Technical Department. Specifically, Performing Arts/Media and Construction Technology are being offered to students beginning this school year. Both programs will provide students with the opportunity to receive instruction and experiences designed to equip them with the skills needed for future success in these respective careers.

I am pleased to announce that the District continues to implement programs that positively impact our students academically, physically, and psycho-socially. We will participate in the Community Option Program effective this school year. As a result of this initiative, all students within the East Cleveland City School District will receive breakfast and lunch at no cost. Additionally, students participate in wellness activities that include free vision and dental examinations. The Wellness Center housed at Shaw High School is the only school based wellness center in Cuyahoga County. Additionally, the District employs school nurses and school social workers to support our students.


It is my intent that all of our students graduate from Shaw High School and transition to becoming viable citizens within our society. I am pleased to share some of the accomplishments of the Class of 2013. These accomplishments include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Graduates amassed over $1,700,000 in scholarships.
  • Members of the Class of 2013 prevailed as state champions in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major for Justice Advocacy Contest, with one senior placing second in the nation.
  • A member of the Class of 2013 was the Regional Winner of Princeton University’s Award for Race Relations.
  • Members of the Class of 2013 were the first group of youth to address the Cuyahoga County Government Executive Office.
  • Members of the Class of 2013 were leaders as Shaw High School hosted international guests from all over the world, including Human Rights Leaders from the Middle East, the Ukraine, Bulgaria, and Serbia.
  • Members of the Class of 2013 traveled internationally and served as ambassadors for the United States in Brazil.
  • Members of the Class of 2013 were graduates of the prestigious Stephanie Tubbs Jones Summer Legal Academy held at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
  • The Valedictorian for the Class of 2013 was selected as a recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholarship.
  • A member of the Class of 2013 was named a Global Young Entrepreneur, the only student to receive such an honor in the State of Ohio.
  • Members of the Class of 2013 began the first Shaw Girls’ Soccer Team in the history of Shaw High School.
  • The Shaw Girls’ Basketball Team reigned as Lake Erie League Champions.
  • Members of the Shaw High Wrestling Team were named top area wrestlers by the Plain Dealer Newspaper.
  • The Mighty Marching Cardinal Band earned Grand Champion Awards in all of their competitions.
  • The belief that every student can achieve excellence is paramount to the attainment of our vision: “The East Cleveland City School District will emerge as a District of Excellence.” Our vision propels us toward the future; a future that is continually focused on student success.
  • It is my continued desire that every student enrolled in the East Cleveland City School District excel academically to ensure success in becoming productive members of our society. To that end, I need all parents and stakeholders to be actively involved in the education of all East Cleveland City School District students.
  • I look forward to seeing and greeting you at the events and activities that are outlined in this calendar for this school year. Please feel free to contact me at 216-268-6580 should you have questions, comments, or are in need of additional information.

Very truly yours,

Myrna Loy Corley, Superintendent


To provide the best possible assistance, service, technical support, resources and direction to help the district achieve its mission.