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Chamber Strings Perform at The Village at Marymount
Students from the Cuyahoga Heights High School Chamber Strings delivered an impressive holiday concert performance for over fifty residents at The Village at Marymount on Monday, December 11, 2017.  Under the direction of Jane Pitman, the students’ talent was on full display as they performed holiday favorites such as Jingle Bells, Joy to the World, God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman and Good King Wenceslas.  The performance of Silent Night proved to be a poignant moment, as many of the residents sang along to the beautiful music.  Thank you to the student members of the Chamber Strings for sharing their music and talents with the community!
 
High School Music Groups Perform at Cleveland Botanical Gardens
Cuyahoga Heights High School instrumental and vocal groups, including Chamber Strings, Scarlet Angels and Jazz Band performed holiday favorites at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens during the afternoon on Friday, December 8, 2017.  Each group delivered a half-hour performance in the holiday-themed Glow Village section, which featured creatively decorated gingerbread houses and Christmas trees.  Parents, family members and guests of the Botanical Gardens had the opportunity to sit and enjoy the concert, which was also broadcast throughout the entire building.  Cuyahoga Heights High School has had the opportunity to perform at the Botanical Gardens for the past several years, making the yearly concert a highly anticipated event for both students and staff.  Congratulations to all participants for proudly representing the Cuyahoga Heights Schools!
 
CVCC to host STEM Career Showcase (For Students in grades 7-12 and their parents)
CVCC will host a STEM Career Showcase on Saturday, February 3, 2017 from 9:30-11:30 a.m.  

Students and parents can explore a variety of STEM careers (Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) through interactive presentations, learn why companies seek STEM skills; talk to employees from leading companies and professional societies, participate in hands-on-activities and demonstrations; meet college representatives and students who will discuss STEM majors and recommend classes to take now.  Students can take an online assessment to identify their skills and interests.  Free event, no registration required.  For more information contact Marie Elias at melias@cvccworks.edu or visit cvccworks.edu.

 

 
CVCC to host College and Career Planning Seminar for High School Freshmen/Sophomores and their Parents
CVCC will host a College and Career Planning Seminar for High School Freshmen and Sophomores on Wednesday, January 24 at 7:00 p.m.

Identify tips to develop an independent student. Discover resources to assist with career decision making and planning. Learn what colleges are looking for and how to earn college credit while in high school. Register online at: http://tinyurl.com/CCP-1-24-18 or contact Darden Blake at dblake@cvccworks.edu.

 

 
CVCC Student/ Parent Information Night
A Student/ Parent information night will take place at CVCC on Thursday, January 18 from 7:00 -8:30 p.m.

Students and parents can visit CVCC and have the opportunity to learn about all the program offerings as well as meet instructors. Guests will also have the opportunity to learn how students can earn industry certifications/credentials and college credit.  (By attending this event student can earn enrollment points).

 
AP DISTRICT HONOR ROLL
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We are proud to announce that the Cuyahoga Heights Local School District is one of 447 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 8th Annual AP® District Honor Roll.  To be included on the 8th Annual Honor Roll, the Cuyahoga Heights Local School District had to, since 2015, increase the number of students participating in AP while also increasing or maintaining the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. To read more about the AP Honor Roll, please click here.
 

This is the second time in four years that our district has been recognized with this honor – repeat selection of this national recognition is a rare occurrence. Congratulations to our AP teachers, students and families, as well as all who support efforts of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics in our district. This award is, in large part, the result of the PreK through 12 student-centered focus by our entire school community of Empowering Students to Reach New Heights. Congratulations and thank you!

 
Special Assembly Teaches Students About Energy Use and Conservation

On Monday, December 4th, students at Cuyahoga Heights Elementary attended a special assembly to learn about energy use and conservation. Titled “The Energized Guys,” the fun and educational program was performed by members of The National Theatre for Children in collaboration with First Energy.  Using humor and a cast of zany characters, the assembly addressed the various sources of energy, including how they are used, examples of energy waste, and practical energy conservation tips.  Lessons from the assembly continued in the classroom, as teachers and students received various activities and learning resources to utilize over the next few weeks.  Students also received information on how to obtain a free Energy Efficiency Kit for their own families to use.  Overall, the assembly was an entertaining and informative message on the importance of energy use and conservation.

 
Pep Rally Provides Spirited Send-Off for Varsity Football Team
The Cuyahoga Heights Schools held a district-wide Pep Rally on Thursday, November 30, 2017 to provide the Varsity Football Team a spirited send-off as they prepare to take on Minster High School in the OHSAA Division VII State Championship Game on Friday, December 1st at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, OH.  ‘Redskin Pride’ was on full display in the High School gym as students from all grade levels packed the bleachers to cheer and show their support for the players and coaches.  The Pep Rally included performances by the High School Marching Band and Cheerleaders, as well as spirited remarks by Superintendent Tom Evans, MS/HS Principal Matt Young and George Burich, 6-12 Assistant Principal and Co-Curricular Director.  Head Varsity Football Coach Al Martin introduced all senior members of the team before the enthusiastic crowd as well.  Good luck to the Cuyahoga Heights High School Varsity Football Team as they pursue their goal of taking care of ‘unfinished business’ and winning a state championship!  Go Redskins!
 
 
Cleveland.com Features Cuyahoga Heights Football Tradition

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CHS Students Selected to Perform at 2017 CVC Honors Choir Festival
Congratulations to Cuyahoga Heights High School students (pictured L to R above) Meghan Bowden, Eric Holler, Bebe Menkhaus, Megan Pech, Jordan Toler, and Molly Cecil on being selected to perform at the 2017 Chagrin Valley Conference (CVC) Honors Choir Festival.  All six students were selected to perform at the prestigious event by teacher Jon Sokol due to their vocal performance in class, as well as their ability to read and learn music quickly.  The CVC Honors Choir Festival was held at Kirtland High School on Monday, November 20, 2017, and included students from eleven other schools in the conference.  Participating students also had the chance to interact with and learn from guest clinician Terry Herschman, a retired music educator from Mentor.  It is with great pride that the Cuyahoga Heights Schools congratulates all participating students on their impressive accomplishment!
 
Lake Metroparks Visits Elementary School with Live Bald Eagle
Picture of students at a table Bald Eagle
Students in PreK-5th grade had the unique opportunity to view a live bald eagle and two other raptors or birds of prey as part of a special presentation by Lake Metroparks Wildlife Center at Penitentiary Glen Reservation on Wednesday, November 15th, 2017.  Cuyahoga Heights Elementary is only the fourth school in Ohio to host the Lake Metroparks’ presentation featuring a live appearance by a bald eagle.
 
Elementary School Honors Veterans with Special Assembly
As a tribute to the men and women of the armed forces and in recognition of Veteran’s Day, Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School hosted a special assembly for nearly thirty veterans of the CHS community in the school gym on Friday, November 10th.  Students presented each part of the assembly, which began with a presentation and salute of the United States flag by Cub Scout members from Pack 28.  Kindergartners then led the packed gym of students, parents, teachers and veterans in the Pledge of Allegiance, which was followed by the singing of the National Anthem by students in 5th grade.  Students from the Pre-Kindergarten classrooms recited a patriotic poem and then personally handed a certificate of appreciation to each veteran in attendance for their service to our country.  The assembly also featured an impressive video presentation by gifted English Language Arts students in grades 3-5 on each branch of the military.  Under the guidance of teacher Mrs. Anne Boswell, the students had worked diligently over the course of several weeks to research a specific military branch and create a Google slideshow complete with key facts and pictures.  Technology instructor Mr. Gary Miller assisted in converting the slides to a video presentation.  During each presentation, students used a microphone to narrate each slide in the video.  The Cuyahoga Heights Schools wish to thank all veterans of the armed forces for their sacrifice and devotion to protecting our nation’s freedoms.
 
Elementary Students Elect Student Council Officers
 

Students at Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School voted for Student Council officers during technology class from Tuesday, November 7th through Thursday, November 9th.  Prior to voting, students watched a brief, pre-recorded video created by each student council candidate.  Each candidate expressed what motivated them to run for their specific position and the important issues they would seek to address if elected.  After obtaining information on each candidate, students logged onto computers and selected their preferred student candidate for each position through Google Classroom, an online learning platform.  Students also had the chance to make their voice heard on a ballot issue, specifically, what movie they would like to watch before the start of Winter Break in December.  The results of the election were revealed during morning announcements on Friday, November 10th:

Secretary- Kaitlyn A.

Vice President- Bryce R.

President- Nick D.

Movie- Moana

Congratulations to the above students on being elected to Student Council!

 
Book It! Program Gives Students a Chance to Read ‘Under the Stars’ with Principal Houchen
On Thursday, November 9th, 2017, students at Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School had the unique opportunity to sit with Principal Houchen and read a story together in a campfire setting in the school gym.  The day-long event was part of the Book-It! Principal Challenge, a nationwide program that coincides with the Pizza Hut Book-It! Program’s National Young Readers Week, and which seeks to provide a way for principals to model and encourage student literacy.  This marked the fifth year that Principal Houchen participated in the challenge, during which she spends the entire day reading in a “campsite under the stars” in the school gym, complete with a tent, lawn chairs, a creatively constructed imitation campfire, and stars projected onto the ceiling by an LED light projector.  Students and staff had a fun time visiting the ‘campsite’ throughout the day and celebrating the importance of literacy.  
 
Elementary School Library Decorations Spotlight Cleveland Skyline and History
Visitors to the reading area of the Cuyahoga Heights Elementary School library will be impressed to find the room transformed into a celebration of iconic landmarks from Cleveland’s skyline and history.  The mostly cardboard decorations were created by District Librarian Karen Bergen and other staff members, and include prominent buildings such as the Terminal Tower, Federal Building, Key Bank Tower and the Huntington Bank Building.  Other famous re-created Cleveland landmarks include the chandelier that lights up the intersection outside Playhouse Square, Lolly the Trolley, and the iconic script Cleveland sign.   Students are also able to get inside larger cardboard constructions of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Progressive Field!  The reading area is also home to the Indians’ mascot, Slider, albeit a smaller version, which is moved around to a different place each week for students to search for and find.  The school library is an inviting and fun place for students to visit, and features a different theme each school year.  All students (PreK-5) visit the library once each week to work on library skills, research, reading and book selection, as well as collaborate with classroom teachers on various projects. A big-thank you to the staff at Cuyahoga Heights Elementary for helping to create a fun and engaging learning environment for our students!
 
High School Student Darla Bundus Named SkillsUSA Officer
Cuyahoga Heights High School senior Darla Bundus was recently selected by her fellow peers to represent Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) as a North Regional Officer for SkillsUSA, a national association that seeks to support students preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations.  Darla, who is enrolled in the Cosmetology program at CVCC, will serve in the role of Vice-President and was one of four student officers elected by the CVCC delegate team at the SkillsUSA Ohio Fall Conference in Columbus, OH from Monday, October 30th through Tuesday, October 31st, 2017.  As a Regional officer, Darla will have the opportunity to travel to the SkillsUSA headquarters in Leesburg, VA, which sits just outside Washington D.C., in January 2018.  During the weeklong leadership training seminar, Darla will join students from across the country to engage in a variety of engaging programs and activities.  Congratulations to Darla Bundus on her noteworthy accomplishment!
 
Red Ribbon Week Teaches Students to Take a Stand Against Drugs and Bullying
From Monday, October 30 through Friday, November 3rd, the Cuyahoga Heights Schools celebrated Red Ribbon Week, a yearly initiative which seeks to promote student awareness and prevention regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, as well as bullying.  To show their support for this year’s theme of “Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs!” students and staff participated in special dress up days, specifically, red clothing to show support for being “"Red-y to live drug free" (Monday, 10/30), spirit shirts for  "One school, one goal - bully and drug free" (Tuesday, 10/31), pajamas to encourage everyone to "Follow your dreams, don't do drugs" (Wednesday, 11/1), bright and neon clothing to state that "I'm too bright to do drugs" (Thursday, 11/2), and finally, team jerseys or shirts to "Team up against drugs" on Friday, 11/3.  Thank you to the students and staff of the Cuyahoga Heights Schools for supporting Red Ribbon Week! 
 
Alumni Profile-- Nes Janiak
It was the summer of 1977 when a parent in the Mentor school district approached Nes Janiak, a young teacher at Ridge Middle School, and asked him if he could take a few minutes to work with his son on his quarterbacking mechanics.

Some years had passed since Nes Janiak starred at quarterback for Coach Bill Jacobs’ Cuyahoga Heights Redskins, but Janiak agreed to work with the aspiring football player.

That youngster who Janiak agreed to work with was a 15-year-old boy named Steve Trivisonno.

A quarterback whisperer had been born.

Four decades have gone by since Janiak first took a quarterback under his wing. During that time, dozens of Mentor quarterbacks have risen to stardom under Janiak’s tutelage.

From Jason Bratten to current starter Tadas Tatarunas and all the quarterbacks in between, the one constant with the Mentor offense has been its quarterback coach.

When Mentor takes to the field for its first-round Division I, Region I playoff game Nov. 3, it will do so with the first — and only — specific quarterback coach the program has ever had — Nes Janiak.

The man Trivisonno — who has gone from Janiak’s first pupil to his boss as Mentor’s head coach — says doesn’t get the credit he deserves for the Cardinals’ offensive success the past 21 years they have coached together.

“I still remember sitting on your patio and you saying, ‘Gee, I think we’re going to do this,’ ” said Janiak, looking Trivisonno in the eye as they sat in the coaches’ office. “You said, ‘I’d like you to be my quarterback coach,’ and I was like, ‘Hey, let’s go with it.’

“There wasn’t any such thing as a quarterback coach back then when I first started here at Mentor. It was mostly running with a little bit of passing. It wasn’t emphasized like it is today.”

Janiak chuckles when thinking back to his first day of teaching math at Ridge when a frail seventh-grader walked in and asked him where he was supposed to sit. He never imagined that boy — Trivisonno — would be the man to hire him as a quarterback coach.

“I knew he helped me when I was a quarterback 100 years ago,” Trivisonno deadpanned, “and I knew what kind of teacher he was. It was a good relationship and we knew where we wanted to go with it here.”

Janiak has tutored all of Mentor’s great quarterbacks, starting with Bratten, a three-year starter in the late 1990s who cut his teeth as a wide-eyed sophomore.

Bratten, Thom Abbott, Chris Jacquemain, Bart Tanski, Mitchell Trubisky, Conner Krizancic — all the QBs in between — flourished under Janiak.

“The wisest man I’ve ever met,” said Trubisky during a recent phone interview. “He has done so much to develop young men. He taught me about the game, but more so about how to be a man and be the ultimate player when it comes to being a teammate, how to carry myself and how to be a man.

“I wouldn’t be where I am today without Nes Janiak.”

Krizancic was blunt.

“A genius. He should be in the hall of fame someday,” he said. “He’s one of the best people I’ve ever met in my life.”

Tanski agreed. He harkened back to his junior high years when he would catch a bus up to the high school for tutoring time with Janiak, going over film sessions, terminology and technique drills. Abbott and Jacquemain were the headliners then, but Janiak was already working with the next names well before they were in high school.

“The part about him I think I admire most is his demeanor,” Tanski said. “He’s calm the entire game. You could be having the worst game ever, and he’ll find a way to get out of the (rut) and keep you from getting flustered.

“I take pride in knowing him. The things he’s done for me and a bunch of other young men — not just as a coach, but as a person as well — is amazing.”

Janiak said he is often asked to compare and contrast all the successful quarterbacks he has coached. He said the key is to maximize the skill set each one possesses because, while the statistics say they were all great, all were “incredibly different” skill set-wise, he said.

“We’ll look at them when they are young,” Janiak said of he and Trivisonno, regarding prospective quarterbacks in junior high, “and we’ll notice potential or something we need to work on in a certain area. We try to pick kids without us coaching them and then think of what we could do if we coached them. Then the nurturing starts.”

Trivisonno calls Janiak “the best pure teacher” he has ever been around, from technique to mechanics to film work and the demeanor of which Tanski spoke.

“I know I get a little feisty at times,” Trivisonno said with a laugh, “and Nes knows how to get the quarterback away from me so I don’t yell at him.”

Said Janiak, “My wife always asks me how I can be so calm on the sidelines, and you have to be. If you’re off the wall every time something happens, that’s how the quarterback will be, too. You have to learn what the mistake was, fix it and move on to the next play.”

Janiak’s case in point was a Division I state semifinal Nov. 25, 2006. The Cardinals trailed Canton McKinley, 13-11, with less than two minutes remaining and the length of the field to go.

The fans were going crazy.

Emotions were ramped on the field.

Janiak said he put his hands on Tanski’s shoulders and calmly spoke.

“Look at the clock,” Janiak said. “That’s how much time we have left. We have one timeout. You can do this. Now go win the game.”

Tanski did, leading the Cardinals down for the winning score in an 18-13 game that sent the Cardinals to the state title game against Hilliard Davidson.

“Bart probably had the best mental vision of anyone we ever had here,” Janiak said.

The bond between Janiak and his quarterbacks runs deep. He channels each differently.

For instance, with Trubisky — “He was more quiet,” Janiak said, “I would just ask him two or three questions to help get him prepared for a game.”

Krizancic was “fiery” and he’d help stretch his legs out prior to the game and talk about the game plan while doing it.

This year, Janiak and starting quarterback Tatarunas push out the equipment carts together before the game.

“It reminds him what got him to this point, working hard and putting forth the extra effort,” Janiak said of the pregame ritual with Tatarunas.

Every quarterback is a unique and gratifying success story in itself, Janiak said. He reiterated each quarterback is different, and success to him is based on maximizing each’s specific skill set.

That being said, he admitted being in the green room when Trubisky was selected second overall in the 2017 NFL draft was special.

“It’s surreal,” Janiak said. “You might think about it and talk about it, but until you’re actually there, it’s very hard to describe that feeling.”

Trubisky, taking time out from the Bears’ preparation for their game at New Orleans, spoke fondly of his youthful days with Janiak, starting with Mentor football camps at age 7 to serving as the Cardinals’ ball boy when he was in fifth and sixth grade.

“I hung around with him on trips, before games, all the time — learning about Mentor football and what Nes Janiak was all about,” Trubisky said. “(Having him at the NFL Draft) meant the world to me. I wouldn’t have gotten to that point without him believing in me at a very young age, teaching me about the game and developing me into the person and player I dreamed to be.

“For him to be there to share that with me and my family was important.”

At 64, and with four decades of coaching under his belt, Janiak could easily ride off into the proverbial sunset of retirement.

He retired from the classroom in 2011, but is nowhere near ready to retire from the football field.

After 21 years of Janiak coaching Mentor’s quarterbacks to great heights, it’s safe to say the Mentor fan base isn’t ready for that, either.

“It would have been a little different over here,” said Trivisonno, hypothesizing if he didn’t have Janiak on his staff all these years. “You’re only as good as the people around you.”

A smile comes across Janiak’s face when he thinks back of the journey he’s been on, one that began back in 1977 when he was asked to work with a young quarterback named Steve Trivisonno.

He didn’t expect to be a quarterback coach for 21 years, and he probably didn’t expect to churn out the litany of high-profile quarterbacks he has helped churn out, including two Ohio Mr. Football-award winners — Tanski and Trubisky.

“A lot of people really don’t know how much this man has contributed to Mentor football, mostly because he doesn’t want people to know,” Trubisky said. “He doesn’t care about recognition. It’s what he does for others that is most important to him.”

Which means bringing the best out of young men and having them reach their maximum level with the skill set God gave them.

The statistics — and all the wins — are a fortunate byproduct.

Janiak doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

“It’s fun. As long as its fun and I’m physically able, then I’m OK,” Janiak said. “When I’m not physically able to, or when it’s not fun, that’s when it’s time to step away.”

 
Elementary Students Participate in Annual Halloween Costume Parade
Cuyahoga Heights Elementary students and staff had a ‘Spooktacular’ time on Friday, October 27th, as they participated in the school’s annual Halloween Costume Parade.  Beginning at 2:30 PM, students and staff put on their favorite costume, and exited the building towards the High School Stadium.  The Halloween Costume parade was greeted with cheers by parents, who waved and took pictures as teachers and students marched around the track in a wide variety of colorful and creative costumes.  Thank you to our students, teachers and parents for helping to make this year’s Halloween Costume Parade a fun time for everyone involved!
 
Elementary Students Visit Lake Farmpark
Students in grades 1-3 took an exciting field trip to the Lake Metroparks Farmpark in Kirtland, OH, on Tuesday, October 31, 2017.  During the visit, students had the opportunity to meet a collection of farm animals, including cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits and horses.  Students also learned about the importance of bees in pollinating plants and crops, explored a variety of plant life in the greenhouse, and took a horse-drawn wagon ride throughout the 235-acre park.  The program also included a STEM-based learning activity where students learned about healthy ingredients to make pizza, including cow milking and cheese making, and worked together in groups to make their very own healthy pizza to sample!  The visit to the Farmpark provided a fun, educational and memorable experience for all the students who participated.
 
Cleveland Metroparks Program Teaches Students About Animal Adaptations

Students in Kindergarten and 1
st grade participated in a special program on animal adaptations hosted by the Cleveland Metroparks’ Garfield Park Center on Friday, October 27, 2017. During the presentation, students learned about the different types of adaptations and how they help an organism survive in its environment, including species native to northeast Ohio such as the beaver and American Gold Finch. Students even had the chance to view and touch a real beaver pelt and skull. The hands-on learning experience captured the attention of the students and helped to reinforce science concepts previously discussed in the classroom. Thank you to the Cleveland Metroparks for providing an exciting and interactive learning experience for our students!
 
Alumni Profile-- Nick Orr
Nick Orr, Class of 2014 was a featured student on the Coastal Carolina social media last week (3 years @ 4.0gpa).

Name: Nick Orr

Hometown: Valley View, Ohio

Year in School: Senior

Major: Marketing

Specialization: Professional Golf Management

Nick is from Valley View, Ohio

Nick's Video

To say that our students enrolled in the professional golf management program are envied by people around the country is an understatement. However, the program is rigorous and requires a strong commitment. There is no better example of a model PGM student than Nick Orr.

A senior marketing student who holds a perfect 4.0 GPA and lists business calculus as his favorite class, Nick is a bright young man. He is also someone who is dedicated to reaching his dream of becoming a golf instructor. In his time at Coastal, he has already interned at golf clubs in Midlothian, Va., and Park City, Utah. He has also completed an internship with Maryland-based corporation Montgomery County Revenue Authority, an entity with nine golf courses under its umbrella. Calling these experiences “invaluable,” Nick has already developed quite the resume.

He has also developed quite the reputation. Among his peers, Nick is seen as reliable and a hard worker. In fact, it was a current student who nominated him for this feature.

“Inside or outside the classroom, people can always rely on me to get things done and be there for them,” Nick explains about his trustworthy nature.

Wanting to work out west when he graduates in May, Nick most likely won’t be in the area for much longer. However, for someone who says it is important to focus on the positives, we should celebrate his remaining time on campus as opposed to dreading his departure. Nick, maintain that 4.0 GPA and have a great rest of the academic year!

Nick is a senior.
Nick holds a 4.0 GPA.
















Q&A with Nick

How did you hear about Coastal?: While vacationing in Myrtle Beach when I was younger.

Why did you come to Coastal?: I feel like Coastal has the best golf program in the nation.

Favorite professor: Matthew McDonough, Ph.D.

Favorite class: Business Calculus

Favorite aspect of Coastal?: My favorite aspect is meeting new people.

Favorite aspect of living in the Conway/Myrtle Beach area?: Playing all of the beautiful golf courses

Clubs/Intramurals/other extracurricular activities involved in?: PGM, Intramural Tennis/Football

Plans after graduation?: I want to work as a golf instructor out west.

What are your hobbies?: Playing the ukulele, mini golf, video games

Do you have any hidden talents?: I am extremely good at corn hole.

Bonus Info: I have a 4.0 GPA.

 
Cuyahoga Heights Schools Hold Practice Evacuation Drill

The Cuyahoga Heights Schools held a district-wide practice evacuation drill at 1 PM on Thursday, October 19, 2017, to rehearse established procedures designed to ensure student and staff safety in the event of an emergency. Members of the Cuyahoga Heights Police, EMS and Fire Departments were on-site to provide traffic assistance, as teachers, administrators and staff escorted all students from the district’s campus across E.71st Street to Cuyahoga Heights Village Hall. Officials from the Village of Cuyahoga Heights were present to direct students and staff into the building safely. After taking attendance to ensure all students were accounted for, teachers and staff led their classrooms back across E.71st Street into their respective buildings. A second district-wide practice evacuation drill is scheduled to be conducted in December 2017. The Cuyahoga Heights Schools wish to thank the Village of Cuyahoga Heights including members from the Police, EMS and Fire Departments for their assistance during the practice evacuation drill.
 
Understanding the 2017 State Report Card
Click on the image to find information that will be helpful in understanding the 2017 State Report and what that information means for the school district.
 
 
 
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