Sunday, September 2, 2012
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Staci Marshall, Erin Platt Schomisch, Rosie Mendes Ford and Angee Shaker shared their first-day-of-school photos when CH-UH students reported back Aug. 30. Cleveland Heights Patch was there for the first day of Canterbury Elementary, but because readers shared their own photos, our back-to-school gallery featured more students from more schools. Many others have contributed to our neighborhood Pics & Clips gallery, and we appreciate it. The more photos we have, the more events we can capture and the better the gallery. So please share your own Cleveland Heights photos. It's easy! First, sign up to be a registered user on our site (if you haven't done that already). It's a free and quick process. If you've already signed up, click "sign in…
Friday, September 2, 2011
Students sport new outfits to start a new year
The first day of school always inspires a mixture of feelings for students. Excited. Curious. Nervous. And kids always want to look their best to kick off a new school year. Classes began Thursday for students in the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District. Cleveland Heights Patch stopped by Oxford Elementary to capture the first day moments — and styles.
Thursday, September 1, 2011
The University of Phoenix and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland sponsored a school kickoff event for CHUH students at the Heights Youth Club
The University of Phoenix donated more than 250 school supplies to students at the Heights Youth Club Wednesday to help them prepare for the first day of school today. The University of Phoenix, Cleveland and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland organized a back-to-school kickoff event Wednesday afternoon at the club on Washington Boulevard and Lee Road. Students received supplies, the University of Phoenix presented a $2,000 check to the Boys & Girls Clubs and speakers talked to students about bullying. Janette Ruffin-Rusher, author of Tyler’s Pain, spoke about her daughter’s formidable experience with bullying, and Cleveland Heights resident and owner of Today’s Cut & Style, Lamont Robinson, took questions from students about what they …
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 …
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Catch up on what you missed on Cleveland Heights Patch this week
Look for the Week in Review every weekend to get up to speed on Cleveland Heights Patch articles you may have missed. See below for briefs of and links to government, school and neighborhood news from around the Heights last week. Browse our news section to see other articles from this week, and don't forget about our announcements section for important information about events, registration deadlines and other community news.