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Cleveland Metropolitan School District Scholar Awarded Prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship

Noah, a Cleveland School of Science and Medicine senior, will spend his summer living off the land in Alaska before heading to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on a Morehead-Cain Scholarship. He is the first CMSD scholar to receive this prestigious scholarship.
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The image shows the "BMMS Student Garden" on what appears to be a college or school campus. The garden features several large boulders surrounded by flowers and shrubs. A wooden sign reads "BMMS Student Garden" and is mounted on a simple wooden post. The

Celebrating the Growth of the Berea-Midpark Middle School Garden Club

The Berea-Midpark Middle School's Courtyard and Children’s Garden opening was a wonderful celebration of the Garden Club's first full year.
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- The district’s middle school Academic Challenge team

Cleveland Heights-University Heights Academic Challenge Team Celebrates State, National Wins

Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District's middle school Academic Challenge teams are wrapping up a very successful year, one that included the relaunch of a Monticello team, a State Championship for the Roxboro Middle team, and an individual national champion for Rox Mid 8th grader Malcolm McFarland. 
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Fairview Park's Parkview Early Education Center earns five-star rating for seventh consecutive year

In May 2024, the Parkview Early Education Center celebrated a tradition of excellence for the seventh consecutive year.
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A group of students, the Grant Green Team (grades 3-5), stand around a compost bin and recycling materials in their school cafeteria. Led by student wellness teacher Julie May, the students are implementing several eco-friendly initiatives at Grant Elemen

Lakewood's Grant Elementary Green Team Spurs Change

The Lakewood City Schools continued to ramp up its efforts this school year to be a more eco-friendly organization. Grant Elementary is a shining example of making our staff and students aware of their environmental impacts and learning what they can do to help make a difference.

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During an interactive activity led by Dr. Lone, Greenview students were organized into groups of two and paired with five seniors from the Cleveland School of the Arts to engage in conversations around music and the nature of beauty.

South Euclid Lyndhurst's Greenview Students Excel in Philosophy Program

Greenview Middle School fifth and sixth grade students in the district’s STEP-UP gifted program demonstrated curiosity, critical thinking, and communication skills through their recent participation in the Philosophy4Kidz program sponsored by the Department of Philosophy at John Carroll University. 
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