The Cleveland Heights - University Heights School District will have four new principals next year.
- Amanda Harnocz
- Brandon Baker
- Chris Mazzolini
- Dante Chinni
- Debbie Palmer
- Ivy Jacobson
- Jason Lea
- Jean Dubail
- John Deike
- John Ness
- Julia Halewicz
- Kathleen F. Miller
- Kaye Spector
- Kristina Houck
- Lori E. Switaj
- Megan Rozsa
- Melissa Steele
- Michelle Simakis
- Mitch Cooper
- Nikki Ferrell
- Paula Antolini
- Rachel Abbey McCafferty
- Sarah Cocchimiglio
- Stephen Schmidt
- Susan Ruiz Patton
- Tierney McAfee
Thursday, May 23, 2013
The information in this report is from the Cleveland Heights Police Department. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
Two men driving near Sprangler and Greyton roads in Cleveland Heights on May 19 were ordered at gunpoint to remove their shorts and hand them over, according to the Cleveland Heights Police. Four people, including three 18-year-olds and a juvenile, were later arrested and charged with felony aggravated robbery, according to a police report. Adults charged were: Devon Jones, 18, Sade Hill, 18, and Shanena Stevens, 18, the report reads. The victims said a car pulled up next to them at about 11 p.m. on May 19 while they were driving and asked them for some "loud," a slang term for marijuana, reads the report. Then two people got out of the car and pointed a .38-caliber revolver at them and ordered them to take off their shorts. The victims …
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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The Cleveland Heights - University Heights School Board wants residents to bring feedback into the Lay Facilities Plan to the June 4 school board meeting.
The Cleveland Heights - University Heights School Board is giving the public one more chance to provide comments on the Lay Facilities Plan before they make a final decision. Board members want residents to come to the June 4 regular meeting and speak their mind on the $234 million plan to modernize the school district's aging buildings and bring its facilities in line with its student population. The project would involve closing some schools and remodeling others, and would require voters to approve a capital improvement levy this fall to bring in about $138 million. The school board received the final report from the facilities committee earlier this month, and now have to decide what to do by July in order to get the levy on the ballot…
Who’s NOT planning a BBQ this weekend? If the weather holds and you’ve got propane or charcoal, chances are, you’re grilling something with your friends and family. Here, new ideas for keeping your costs down. Sponsored by Home Depot.
Here at Patch, we like to be thrifty, so we talked to two barbeque experts and uncovered some really good ideas to help you save money on your next outdoor party. 1. Start with a marinade. This means planning ahead — say, Friday. But it’s worth it, says Rick Browne, host of Barbeque America on PBS, because you can pass up that well-marbled ribeye steak and buy a less tender and less expensive choice to grill like a flank steak or chuck steak. Just marinate it or brine for one or two days and then cook long and slow on the barbeque grill to break down tissues but maintain moisture. “You need to include an acid in the marinade, perhaps juice, vinegar or soy sauce, but avoid cola which is so acidic it can turn meat into a soggy mess.” Try …
11 employees will lose their jobs as part of a larger cost-saving move to eliminate 24 support staff and 10 administrative positions.
The Cleveland Heights - University Heights School District will cut 34 more positions as part of a larger cost-saving effort for the district. While 10 administrative positions and 24 support staff positions were eliminated Tuesday by the school board, only 11 employees will lose their jobs, said Superintendent Douglas Heuer. The other eliminated positions were vacant because their were open, or the employee was retiring or from contractual bumping. The move comes after the school board laid off 42 teachers in April, a 7 percent cut in the district's teaching staff. The school district has faced declining enrollment for more than a decade. Heuer said that the district has seen its student population drop by 16 percent since 2001. Meanwhile…
In one week, Cleveland Heights Patch will have a brand new design and a whole new way to connect.
Hi, everyone! I have some exciting news to share about Patch – we’re getting a whole new look. It’s coming in next week and it’s going to make Cleveland Heights Patch easier to use, and a better place to connect and share. The best part? You’ll be able to see it all on your mobile phone! Here’s what you need to know: Our site is being rebuilt from the ground up. The news will look better and be easier to comment on. And, you’ll find more local voices to keep you in the loop with the latest know-how and opinion. We’re adding Boards to make it easier for you to connect with each other, debate an issue, or announce your garage sale, graduation, or find a lost pet. More to say? It will be easier to start your own blog, too. You’ll soon be …
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Some helpful links with information for how to pitch in as Oklahomans try to pick up the pieces today from yesterday's massive tornado.
The devastating tornado that rocked Oklahoma on Monday leaves many wondering how to help — even from hundreds of miles away in Cleveland Heights. According to the Red Cross: "The 14 Red Cross Chapters in NEO are currently on alert waiting for the possibility of local volunteers to be called for deployment to assist with the aftermath of the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma." Patch is about helping your neighbors, and today after the devastation near Oklahoma City where a giant tornado claimed the lives of at least 51 people, including many children, Oklahoma is our neighbor. In addition to hoping the best for the survivors and rescue workers still trying to make sense of the devastation today, here are some links where you can donate …
A list of eight best-paying summer jobs. Provided by Jobs at AOL.
The following story was provided by AOLJobs.com By David Schepp Getting a summer job is a rite of passage for many young people. In addition to earning wages to help pay for tuition or make car payments, it's where many first-time employees learn the fundamentals of work -- showing up on time, teamwork, communicating effectively, managing workloads and more. But summer jobs can also be fun, giving teenagers an opportunity to bond and hang out with a group of people beyond their schools and neighborhoods. In recent years, because of the recession and subsequent slow recovery in the labor market, summer jobs have been hard to come by for many teenagers. This year, many economic indicators point to an improved job market, suggesting that …