Posts Tagged ‘schools’

Excellent teachers in West Park

Local teachers win recognition for excellence by Rachel Napolitano (Reprinted from pages 2 & 8 of the Family Matters in West Park Winter 2017 edition)   After a 6 month process, ten teachers were chosen out of over 200 nominations for Excellence in Teaching awards 3 of which came to West Park teachers. An additional […]

Neighborhood center offers more

Neighborhood Leadership Institute’s Schools as Neighborhood Resources is located at Artemus Ward 4315 W. 140th Street, collected non-perishable food items through its 2014-2015 winter community service program. These items were donated to the Bountiful Basement Hunger Network Site also located in the Bellaire-Puritas neighborhood. Site coordinator, Gary Galaszewski, would like to inform the neighborhood of […]

3 new high schools!

Three (3) new schools are being proposed by Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) and the academic planning committee to open Fall 2015 at the new LEED-certified John Marshall High School: School of Information Technology, School of Civic and Business Leadership, and School of Engineering. (Call 216-838-ENRL to enroll or transfer to the 9th-12th grades at the new […]

John Marshall High School – Neighborhood Conversation

Tonight! Tuesday, February 4th, 2014, 6pm Join your neighbors,  officials from the Cleveland Municipal School District, and the good people at BPDC to discuss the latest on the construction of the new John Marshall High School, and give input on how JMHS can be a center of strength in the neighborhood. The meeting is just […]

Schools as Neighborhood Resources (SNR)

Did you know Ward 18 opens another recreation center every November to April? Three nights a week from November through April Artemus Ward K-8 School on W. 140th Street will open up as a “lighted schoolhouse” through the Schools as Neighborhood Resources (SNR) program for activities such as basketball, ping pong, soccer, walking clubs, arts […]

Cleveland schools need your vision

Engage in The Cleveland Plan, a four-year strategy for transforming the Cleveland schools.  The time is now to make big improvements to our local education system now that the requested school levy has past in Nov. 2012.  What can be done?  What questions do you have on the Cleveland Plan, which is downloadable at (look […]