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Teachers from Cuyahoga Heights Schools High School’s staff joined their counterparts from the Independence Local Schools during a collaborative session on a respective professional development day. Hosted at the Cuyahoga Heights Schools, Independence high school teachers traveled to the district to engage in meaningful discussion by subject matter, as part of the morning of their professional development day. Included in the mix were opportunities for teachers from both districts to get to know each other better, share concepts and ideas about teaching methods and then participate in some team-building activities. This gathering marks the second such gathering of teachers from Cuyahoga Heights and Independence Local Schools, and with the positive reception from both districts, more can be expected during next school year. Thank you for your continued support of the Cuyahoga Heights Schools. For more questions, please feel free to contact the district main number at 216-429-5769.  
Congratulations to Mike Hopkins and Emma Patterson on being recognized at the Ohio Middle Level Association's
Parents and educators are invited to an informational session with The Ohio Department of Higher Education, the Department of Education, Cuyahoga County Public Library and State Representative Marlene Anielski to discuss the many educational programs and opportunities available to students in grades 7-12. Representatives from each organization will be on-site to share information and answer questions.

Monday, April 03, 2017, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Parma-Snow Library (Click here to RSVP)

The Cuyahoga Heights Local School District Board of Education is pleased to announce that Kathy Martin has been offered and has accepted reinstatement to her position in the Treasurer’s Office. The Board has reached an agreement with Mrs. Martin and we look forward to working together toward the school district’s common goals. Mrs. Martin will be employed pursuant to a continuing, non-teaching contract with the Board.  

On Friday, February 17th, approximately fifty seniors and eleven staff members participated in a Dodgeball Challenge in the Main Gym, as part of an ongoing school-wide effort to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The event was sponsored by the National Junior Honor Society and was a fun kick-off to the Pennies for Patients campaign, which will run for the next two weeks in classrooms at both the Middle School and High School. Students purchased tickets for the Dodgeball Challenge during their lunch period. Altogether, the kick-off event raised over $700 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Cuyahoga Heights Schools wishes to thank all students and staff members for helping to make the Dodgeball Challenge a success!

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Megan Vitanza recently participated in the HOSA Future Health Professionals Regional Competition, representing her CVCC Health Careers Program and earning 3rd Place in her event, Researched Persuasive Writing and Speaking. Megan will advance to the State Competition at the University of Toledo on Wednesday, April 19th and Thursday, April 20th. Great job, Megan, and good luck at the State Competition!
The Cuyahoga Heights Schools was recently named one of the State of Ohio’s Top 25 Most Beautiful Schools, according to the ratings agency Aceable. Earning #19 on the Top 25 list, the Cuyahoga Heights Schools Pre-K – 12 campus includes schools for the elementary level, middle school and high school. The Cuyahoga Heights Schools was constructed in March 1938 by the Cleveland architectural firm Fox & Duthie in a Classic Georgian Style, and was open for classes by September of that same year. Since then, the buildings and campus has dramatically expanded, with the addition of a first class football stadium complex in 1960, which was turfed in 2006. An exclusive indoor swimming pool and auxiliary gymnasium was added in 1977. Congratulations to the Cuyahoga Heights Schools for maintaining one of the State’s Most Beautiful Schools.

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On Tuesday, January 10th, the Cuyahoga Heights Schools held a special ceremony to introduce the Gateway to Technology Lab to the public. Featuring computers and a 3-dimensional printer, the Gateway to Technology lab promotes science and technology for middle and high school students, and was funded through grants received in the amount of $30,000 by Cuyahoga Valley Career Center and $20,000 by ArcelorMittal. Elected officials from all three villages were in attendance, as well as Summer Paris, Corporate Responsibility and Communications Manager for ArcelorMittal Cleveland. The presentation included opening remarks by Superintendent Tom Evans, followed by a summary of the grants obtained to fund the lab by Director of Administrative Services, Dr. Ted Caleris. High School Principal Matt Young and Instructor Brooke Keller provided an overview of the exciting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) based learning opportunities offered through various lab-based courses. 7th graders Delayne DiSanza, Alexandria Krocker, Nolan Frye, Dominic Belko, Charlie Dalton and Brady Pinter then presented on several projects they completed over the past semester using the state-of-the-art technology and computer programs featured in the lab. The Cuyahoga Heights Schools would like to thank everyone who attended for supporting our students and helping to make the event a success!

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Cuyahoga Heights Welcomes Back 2001 Graduate Matt Klinger as Guest Speaker

   Matt Klinger, a 2001 graduate of Cuyahoga Heights High School received a warm welcome from students and staff as he returned to the district for a special presentation in the South Gym on Wednesday, November 16th. Drawing on his life experiences, including those as a former Cuyahoga Heights student-athlete and his career in the business sector, Matt addressed students from the Middle School and High School on how being committed to doing the “little things” such as hard work, sacrifice and being respectful are critical to achieving one’s definition of success. A two-time state wrestling champion, Matt shared how going the extra mile during training and in practice helped him to achieve success on the mat during his time at Cuyahoga Heights High School.

   After graduation, Matt continued his wrestling career at Cleveland State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in in 2006. Shortly after graduation, Matt moved to Boise, Idaho, where he currently resides with his wife and three children. As President of SPL Consulting, Matt seeks to help businesses achieve continued growth by improving sales and marketing efforts, as well as networking with other businesses.

   The Cuyahoga Heights Schools would like to thank Matt Klinger for taking the time to give back to current students, and wish him continued success in the future!  

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