Cleveland City Schools Activities For Week Of Nov. 27

Monday, November 27, 2017
Mayfield Elementary hosts the Writing Letters to Santa and Christmas Make & Take Workshop on Monday3:30-6:30 pm. Parents and students can drop in for an afternoon fun session to make Christmas ornaments and write letters to Santa Claus. Santa will make an appearance as well to listen to students read their Christmas letters.
For more information contact Randall Stephens, 423-472-9641rstephens@clevelandschools.org

 
Arnold Memorial Elementary Christmas Family Craft Night is Thursday5:30-7:00 pm. Students and their families are invited for creative crafts, Christmas storyteller, and family pictures with Santa. For more information contact Marsha Wallace, 423-472-2241mwallace@clevelandschools.org. 
 
Cleveland High School hosts the Blue Raider Rising Star Talent Show on Thursday6:00 pm in the Betsy Vines Memorial Theater. The talent show will be judged and the top 8 acts will go on to perform again on Friday2:15 pm in Raider Arena. Members of the community are welcome to come enjoy our students' talents. Tickets are $5.00 and will be sold at the door. Proceeds benefit the Renaissance Show Choir. For more information contact Chip Atha, catha@clevelandschools.org
 
E.L. Ross Elementary hosts the Student of the Month Sundae Party on Friday. This month Ross' focus habit is "Think: Win-Win." Students that best exemplify this habit will be treated to an Ice Cream Sundae party on Friday. For more information contact Lisa Earby, 423-479-7274learby@clevelandschools.org.   

 
PTO Meetings:
  • Cleveland Middle School - Tuesday1:00 pm

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