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CH-UH school facilities master planning forum
This forum will explore several aspects of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District’s school facilities master planning process, including efficiency, sustainability, historic preservation, educational quality, neighborhood identity, walkability, sense of community, and equity in access and opportunity.
Mark Chupp, assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University, will moderate a discussion by panelists Joyce Barrett, executive director of Heritage Ohio; Sagree Sharma, urban designer and project manager with the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative; and others. A question and answer session will follow. Representatives from the school district and the City of Cleveland Heights will also attend.
More About Noble Road Presbyterian Church
Noble Road Presbyterian Church was founded more than 89 years ago. Their worship style is informal yet traditional and is led by Francis Miller. This biblically literate, open-minded religious organization is very involved in the Cleveland Heights Community. It has members who travel across the country to on missions to serve God. Noble Road Presbyterian has a pre-school program as well as a before and after-school program Monday through Friday. Located near Mayfield and Noble Road not far from Severance Circle, the church is near RTA transportation and offers ample parking in the lot and on the street. Noble Road Presby welcomes all to worship on Sundays at 10 a.m.