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Cleveland Elementary School News

The Fun Run Is Back!

October 20, 2019

The Cleveland kicked off the PTA's Fun Run campaign with a Pep Rally on Friday. This year's theme is The Wild West and students will learn about positive character traits as part of the fundraising initiative for a school-wide field trip. On Tuesday, October 29th, every grade level will participate in a 30-35 lap Run (jumping and dancing are included)!.

Wear It Pink

October 20, 2019

Staff and students wore pink on Friday to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

A Swinging Time!

October 20, 2019

You may have noticed that the Cleveland School recently added a swing set and a Buddy Bench to the Third Grade Playground area out front. Appreciation goes out to the PTA, Mrs. Coppola and the district's Building and Grounds for making the project possible.

Welcome Back!

September 8, 2019

Welcome back students and families! We are excited about beginning a new year of learning and discovery.

The Cleveland School is hosting an Orientation on Tuesday, September 3rd from 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. for all families of students entering First Grade or who are new to the school. It is an opportunity to meet your child's teacher and visit their classrooms.

Fabulous Field Day!

June 19, 2019

Students participated in an array of fun-filled indoor and outdoor games during the school's annual Field Day! The successful event was organized by Physical Ed Specialist Aimee Worcester.

Library Essay Winners

June 6, 2019

Congratulations to Lylah Noble and Bridget Kidd who both received awards from the Morrill Library for their essays. Lyla placed First for her essay about choosing Hermione from the Harry Potter series as her BFF. Bridget placed Third for her essay on having Percy Jackson as her BFF.

The Cleveland community gathered around the flag to acknowledge all those who have served their country and to remember all those who sacrificed their lives. The Memorial Day observation featured patriotic poems and songs and the raising of the flag.

The PTA outdid itself in appreciating our teachers last week. Teachers were treated to breakfast, lunch and an array of treats. Thank you Cleveland PTA!

Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year nominees - an annual event hosted by the Orient Lodge: Mary Wesley; Sue Kilduff; Joy Hughey; Janet Palladino, Larry Smith and Christina Beachnau.

Cleveland families provided their services to clean up their school in celebration of this year's Earth Day. The volunteers picked up trash to help keep the Cleveland clean.

The First Grade recently celebrated its annual "Poetry Pop" Day. Students recited poems on stage and then shared their poetry books and popcorn with family members.

May 9 at 6:30 PM at the Savage Educational Center. Presentation by Norwood Public Schools BCBA, Meghan Mottau: How to utilize visual schedules to increase independence with daily routines and leisure skills.. Also SEPAC election for 2019-2021 officers.

Click the headline for the presentation from the Public Budget Hearing held on April 24, 2019.

Norwood Public Schools Fine Arts Department presents its 22nd Annual Fine Arts Festival on April 27th from 10 AM - 2 PM at Norwood High School. Click headline for program and more information.

Wally the Green Monster took time away from the Red Sox to talk to students about reading. Through an interactive show of dance and comedy, Wally demonstrated how to use sounds, actions and imagination to make books come alive! The visit was the school's reward for participating in a month-long Battle of the Picture Book competition.

The ObiKwantinobis won the Cleveland School's Annual Fifth Grade March Madness Tournament. Six teams, comprising 45 players, competed in a series of weekly basketball games. Abby Curran captained the winning team.

Autism Awareness Month

April 19, 2019

April is Autism Awareness Month. Our Pragmatic Learning Centers provided resources and activities to promote understanding and acceptance. Students and staff kicked off the initiative earlier in the month by wearing blue on World Autism Day.

Norwood SEPAC Meeting: Understanding Processing Disorders presented by South Shore Therapies. Wednesday March 20, 2019 from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Savage Educational Center in room 219. Click Headline for flyer.

Cleveland Food Drive

February 21, 2019

The Student Council initiated a Food Drive as part of the Cleveland's 100th Day of School celebration. Each grade was asked to bring in at least 100 items. Over 560 items were donated and distributed to the Norwood Food Pantry.

Valentine Wishes

February 21, 2019

The Fourth Grade continued its annual tradition of making Valentine's Day cards for the residents of Charlwell House. The holiday cards are part of the school's community service initiative.

Celebrating 100 Days

February 13, 2019

The Cleveland celebrated the 100th Day of School on Tuesday! Students brought in collections of 100 items, dressed up as 100-year olds, and created art work featuring the number 100.

Dancing and Drumming

February 13, 2019

The Bamidele Dancers and Drummers brought the school to its feet in song and dance last week. The company is dedicated to the preservation of African and African rooted cultures through music. Students had the opportunity to display their drumming prowess and dance moves.

February 26, 2019 from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Savage Educational Center. Click Headline for flyer.

Don't forget: on January 17th, Impact Norwood is hosting the second installment of the "Demystifying the Teen Brain" speaker series from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Coakley Middle School. Patricia Coffey from Franciscan Children’s hospital in Brighton will discuss the Kids Healthy Minds Initiative in an effort to increase community awareness about youth mental health, teach people about the early warning signs of pediatric mental illness and decrease the stigma surrounding mental illness and its treatments. Food and childcare will be provided! Click Headline to register for FREE now!