Pat Murakami of the Cleveland High School PTSA sent this late appeal to the community, seeking volunteers at the school for today:
There are MANY great things about Cleveland High School. Advanced planning isnâ€™t one of them. A teacher approached me today, asking for parent volunteers for tomorrow [February 15]. Most of our parents have limited free time during the work day, so if community members would like to participate in the following, it would be a great opportunity to check out Cleveland from the inside. Folks will find out what a fine school Cleveland is, and what incredible students go there.
Kate Reedy, a Humanities teacher, needs volunteers February 15th as ‘Members of Congress.’ The students will be testifying before us at a Congressional Hearing. It will be fun and a great opportunity to see our students in action. You are welcome to participate in one or all of the following sessions. The Hearings will be held in Room 1207 of the Main Building.
3/4 Period 9:20 – 10:45
5/6 Period 12:00 – 1:25
7/8 Period 1:30 – 2:50
Please park in the lot at the south end of the school (off 15th Avenue South) and enter the original Cleveland building (just north of the parking lot) on the side facing away from 15th. Sign in at the counter on the left hand side of the entrance area. Room 1207 is on the 2nd floor of this building.
This week you can add to your book collection at the Cleveland High School library, where they are having a book fair in conjunction with Secret Garden Bookstore on April 13-15. For every three books sold, Secret Garden will donate one book to the CHS library.
The sale is open to the community at any time during the open hours of 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily (the fair is open until 5 p.m. on Friday). Cash, check, and credit cards are accepted.
News Release From Seattle Public Schools
Contact: Patti Spencer, Communications Manager, (206) 252-0204 Community invited to learn about new STEM program at Cleveland High School
SEATTLE â€“ Seattle Public Schools is committed to providing an excellent education so all students graduate from high school ready for college, careers and life. To help meet this goal, a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program is being implemented beginning fall 2010 at Cleveland High School. Cleveland has been designated an option school â€“ providing high school students from across Seattle access to this innovative program.
The community is invited to attend two events to learn more about STEM and its implementation.
A meeting will be held December 5 at Cleveland High School. Students, staff, and families of current and prospective students are welcome to attend. The meeting will include a presentation, opportunity to ask questions, and a small group discussion to include:
the vision for the STEM program at Cleveland;
the goals and benefits of STEM;
course offerings and program structure;
next steps for the STEM program and how to get involved; and
how to determine if STEM is a good option for your student.
Cleveland High School will also hold an Open House and Recruiting Fair on January 23, 2010, where staff can answer questions about the STEM program.
Dates, times, locations for the two events are listed below:
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Cleveland High School
5511 15th Ave. S.
Open House/Recruiting Fair
Saturday, January 23, 2010
10 a.m. to noon
Cleveland High School
5511 15th Ave. S.
Interpretation services will be available at both meetings. For more information about STEM, please e-mail: email@example.com.
Kelly Brownlee wrote to get the word out about the Lucile Street block party near Cleveland High this upcoming Saturday the 19th — everybody’s invited! She’s particularly looking for folks who might want to bring a BBQ grill and anyone who can help with road closure signs.
When: Saturday, September 19th, 12-4pm What to bring:
Food — Bring a dish to share or some meat for grilling! Weâ€™ll have grills set up. Donâ€™t cook? Bring paper plates & napkins or something to drink.
Umbrellas if it sprinkles
Fun & Games:
Chalk drawing in the streets, cupcakes & more!
Meet your community:
Neighbors, safety liaisons, Cleveland High School staff
Be part of our neighborhood phone tree, sign up to be part of Block Watch & more
But most importantlyâ€¦ come have fun and get to know the people in your neighborhood!
Please direct suggestions, questions to contact below. Can you contribute a folding table? Grill? Canopy in the event it sprinkles? Ideas? Let me know! In the event of a downpour, the party will be rescheduled.