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How do we determine who is worthy to help raise our children?
The phasing of the proposed CH-UH master facilities plan should change so that work on the high school starts first.
"We should not be afraid to hold parents, teachers and school administrators accountable," a Cleveland Heights parent wrote in The Plain Dealer. What do you think?
He was a football coach and a war vet and a very big man, and now he was sitting on the girls' room floor?
"Increasingly extreme approaches toward weight loss reflect the amount of misinformation that surrounds diet and permanent weight change," she writes.
If a kid asks for a fish, you should give him a fish!
Akiva Feinstein says the CH-UH School Board should partner with the city, private schools and other entities in the community as it finalizes its facilities master plan.
Our mothers show us what it looks like to be a woman, but our fathers call forth our femininity
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Parents sent a letter to Superintendent Doug Heuer about the changes and shared it with Cleveland Heights Patch
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