The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District is hosting a tour of the new pilot classrooms at Oxford Elementary School starting 5:30 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, Oct. 16.
The , is housed in five classrooms and 6,200 square feet of space at Oxford. The elementary pilot cost $290,000. A $750,000 Innovation Grant through the Ohio Department of Education's Race to the Top program helped pay for the $994,000 pilot project at Oxford and the other two schools — Legacy New Tech in Cleveland Heights High School and Roxboro Middle School's sixth-grade wing.
The CH-UH School Board will also conduct its special meeting in the school at 7 p.m. Board members are expected to approve the five-year forecast and discuss NEOLA recommendations and transportation and social media policies, according to the agenda, which is included with this article in the PDF section.
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