Wednesday, December 21, 2011
90 photos that define Cleveland Heights
Cleveland Heights officially became a city in 1921. Cleveland Heights Patch is observing that 90th anniversary by compiling 90 photos to create an album of the city's past and present. We'll run the feature for 90 days, one photo at a time. Deborah S. Delisle led the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools for five years before becoming state superintendent of education for three years. Last August, the CH-UH School District recognized her achievements by naming its new educational center in her honor. The Deborah S. Delisle Educational Options Center, located in the former Taylor Academy, opened in September. It houses the district's registration and assessment office for transfer students and an alternative high school.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Madeline Pollis attends the Mosaic School of Creative Arts and Technology
Thursday, September 1, 2011
A little later than most, Cleveland Heights-University Heights City Schools begin the 2011-2012 school year
Students at Cleveland Heights-University Heights City Schools had to wait a little longer than most districts, but they started their first day this morning. Students at Oxford Elementary lined up outside of the doors, and waited for the first bell of the day – and the year – to ring. Before the 2011-2012 school year kicked off, Cleveland Heights Patch covered results from the state report cards, and asked district officials what they hoped to improve this year and what they were proud of. Keep checking Patch for more news from school board meetings, and look for our photo gallery from the first day at Oxford Friday. Wondering how much alumni have raised in their effort to preserve the Heights High clock tower? We have an …
Thursday, August 18, 2011
The former Taylor Academy becomes the Deborah S. Delisle Educational Options Center
When Deborah Delisle served as superintendent of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights schools, her philosophy was summarized in eight words: every student, every day, some success, some way. After heading CHUH schools for five years, Delisle left in 2008 to become the state superintendent of education for three years. On Aug. 16, she returned to Cleveland Heights and attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the district's new educational center named in her honor. The Delisle Center, located in the former Taylor Academy, will be the home of the district's registration and assessment office for transfer students. It will also house an alternative high school. The building formally opens on Sept. 1.
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Euclid Coach Andy Suttell will likely be the new boys' basketball coach at Cleveland Heights High School after the July 5 board meeting
Superintendent Doug Heuer plans to recommend Euclid coach Andy Suttell to be the new boys' varsity basketball coach for Cleveland Heights High School at the July 5 school board meeting. The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District received 66 applications from people who wanted to be the coach at Heights High. Nine interviewed with the district, and according to a press release, the "lengthy search process" involved administrators, boosters, parents and students. Barry Egan was one of the nine who interviewed for the position. The former basketball coach's contract was not renewed. The district made the announcement in April but did not say why the decision was made. “The boys' basketball team at Cleveland Heights High …