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PRE-KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION SCREENING 2019-2020
           Please call the office to schedule 216-429-5880
 
                              Date of Registration:
 
                            Friday, March 22, 2019 
 
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Cuyahoga Heights Competes in Annual Ohio Mock Trial Competition

The 36th Annual Ohio Mock Trial District Competition was held on January 18th at the Justice Center in downtown Cleveland.  This year’s trial was the case of The State of Buckeye v. Quin Wolff, and involved a hearing over motion to suppress evidence for an alleged Fourth Amendment violation. The Redskins Ohio Mock Trial Competition Team members are noted above, and were under the direction of team advisor Mr. Doug Amari.  


Both the Prosecution and Defense teams competed extremely well, despite facing strong competition from Hathaway Brown High School and Lake Ridge Academy High School.  The Prosecution team lost a very closely contested trial to the regional qualifying team from Hathaway Brown. The Defense team dominated the spirited, but outmatched team from Lake Ridge Academy.


Despite their best efforts, the Redskins Ohio Mock Trial Team did not advance to regional competition, due to the split decision.  However, the Redskins did bring home two coveted honors. Anthony Zahtilla earned the “Outstanding Attorney Award” for his work against Lake Ridge Academy.  Hailey Moran won the “Outstanding Witness Award” for her testimony against the same Lake Ridge Academy Team. Congratulations to Anthony & Hailey for their “outstanding” performances, and to both the Prosecution & Defense teams for their excellent showings!


Special thanks to former CHS graduate and Mock Trial participant Brad Warner, who currently attends Miami University.  Brad generously volunteered his time and experience to help mentor this year’s team.

 

 
ODE Overall A Award MS/HS Recognized by ODE with the Overall A Designation
Congratulations to the Middle and High School for being recognized by ODE with the Overall A designation! 
Scholastics Art and Writing Awards Recognizes Two Cuyahoga Heights Students
Art News!! Ms. Witschi and Mr. Shafer are proud to announce that two of our very own have been recognized by Scholastics Art and Writing Awards!  Senior Brandon Sweeney was awarded the prestigious Gold Key award for his ceramics piece and also had an honorable mention award for another one of his ceramics submissions.  Junior Abigael Morrow was awarded an honorable mention for her photo entry titled “Flock”. The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is the nation’s longest running and most prestigious scholarship and recognition initiative for creative teens.  Over 300,000 works are submitted on the regional level nationally. Regional awards of Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mention are all in the Regional Exhibition which will run from January 22nd through February 1st at the Cleveland Institute of Arts Reinberger Gallery.  Gold Key award winners work will be forwarded for the next round of national awards and honors.  Congrats to all those that entered this prestigious and very competitive competition.
 Brandon Sweeney created the cereamic pieces pictured below, the blue piece is titled "Audrey" and is a wheel thrown stoneware with layered glazes which recieved a gold key. The green piece, titled "Moss", was also created by Sweeney and is also a wheel thrown stoneware with layered glazes. "Moss" recieved an honorable mention in the award ceremony. Abigael Morrow photographed the picture below called "Flock". For her work, she recieved honorable mention in photography.  
  
Congratulations again to both Abigael and Brandon!!
  
 
 
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CVC Honors Choir Participates in CVC Honors Choir Festival
The CVC Honors Choir festival was held November 16 and 19 at Harvey High School in Painesville. Representing CHS were: Tommy Wilson, Meghan Bowden, Evan Sinarski, Bebe Menkhaus,  Luke Hopkins,  Nicolette Krocker, Jimmy Revay, Molly Cecil, and Kyle Novak. The students was Dress rehearsed on Friday and Monday, and presented a concert Monday night. Choir members from nine CVC schools made up the 90 voice ensemble. This year's guest conductor was Dr Marie Bucoy-Calavan from the University of Akron. 
 
New Redskins Spirit Store!
Check out the brand new Cuyahoga Heights Spirit Store!  Design your own t-shirts, sweatshirts, polo shirts and more.  Purchase items for any member of the family.  Each sport, the marching band and our Alumni have their own page.

Click HERE or find the link on the main page under the MORE menu.

Go Redskins!!!

 
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Understanding the 2018 State Report Card
Click here to find information that will be helpful in understanding the 2018 State Report and what that information means for the school district.
 
 
 
Cuyahoga Heights Schools
Empowering Students to Reach New HEIGHTS
4820 East 71st Street, Cuyahoga Heights, OH 44125
Phone: 216.429.5700 | Fax: 216.341.3737
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