We are pleased to announce that Cleveland Street School has fulfilled the criteria to be designated "Certified School Digital Citizenship" for the 2017 - 2018 school year. A Common Sense Certified School is dedicated to teaching young people how to be safe, respectful, and responsible Online. This involves providing life-long skills to be safe and responsible on the Internet. Congratulations to the following Cleveland teachers who are Certified Educators of Digital Citizenship: Charmaine Fraser, Stephanie Gagliano-Sabol, Leah Baguidy, Lynda Jackson, Jaime McConnell, Toshia Copeland, Tiesha Smith, Takiyah Jackson, Marc Levenson, Joe Nathan, and Miriam Martin. We commend them for their services to our students.
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Geography Bee 2017 District Winners
The National Geography Bee is an annual geography contest sponsored by the National Geographic Society. The bee, held every year since 1989, is open to students in the fourth through eighth grades in participating schools from the United States. This year the Orange school district winners were Moise Voltaire and Jerry Alexandre, pictured here with their 6th grade Social Studies teacher, Marc Levenson. Kudos, Gentlemen! We are very proud of you.
A new Netflix series, "13 Reasons Why," debuted on March 31, 2017. It has been trending both nationally and in our school community. The show is comprised of 13 episodes depicting strong and graphic themes of suicide, bullying, . . .
On Thursday, May 4, 2017, Math teachers at Cleveland joined a virtual field trip to the NBA Headquarters to learn how integral math is to the sport and profession. The trip was hosted by Discovery Education. Teachers were able to join in anytime during the day and as many times (continue)
On Tuesday, May 2, 2017, Mrs. Bella Gomez and her 4th grade World Language students met students from the Handcross Park School in London, England for a conversation in Spanish. The global connection (continue)
On Monday, May 1, 2017, Cleveland's teachers were treated to an endearing afterschool social gathering hosted by Mrs. Monica Chavarria, Cleveland's Art teacher. Mrs. Chavarria extended an invitation to her colleagues to join her for a fun and relaxing afternoon to indulge (continue)
Black History Month is a time to honor the past and be inspired by the accomplishments of African Americans. The students and teachers at Cleveland shared their learning by decorating the doors and halls with the images and facts of notable African Americans. To view the Doors of Honor, you may have to log in with your Orange Google Account. Be Inspired!
Throughout the school year, the School Management Team raises spirits and funds with various school-wide events that students and staff participant in with their heart and soul. We've captured many of those events here in our school's photo gallery.
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