Cleveland City Schools Events For Week Of Nov. 6

Monday, November 6, 2017
Students and staff at Cleveland High School, E. L. Ross Elementary, George R. Stuart Elementary, and Yates Primary will be collecting nonperishable food for the Fall Food Drive in partnership with Southern Heritage Bank all week. 

George R. Stuart Elementary hosts Mother/Son Game Night on Monday. Come join us for a night of mystery, magic and fun! Drop by anytime 5:30-7:00 pm, pizza and drinks provided.

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Cleveland City Schools Board of Education will meet on Monday5:30 pm at the Administrative Office Building. Click here to view the agenda. For more information contact Andrea Byerly,
Join E. L. Ross Elementary  for the Ross Give Back Event at Chili's on Tuesday. Enjoy lunch or dinner at the Cleveland Chili's and tell your server that you are representing E.L. Ross. Chili's will give back a portion of your sale to the school PTO. For more information contact Lisa Earby,
Cleveland City Schools Parent Advisory Councilmeets on Tuesday4:30 pm at the Administrative Office Building. Members of the Board of Education and parent representatives from each school will meet to review the CCS Family Engagement Plan and more. For more information contact Andrea Byerly, abyerly@clevelandschools.org423-472-9571.
Cleveland City Schools will honor our veterans with the following Veterans Day Programs:
  • Cleveland High School - Thursday9:15 am
  • E. L. Ross - Friday1:30 pm
  • Cleveland Middle School - 2:15 pm
  • Blythe-Bower - Friday2:30 pm
  • George R. Stuart - Friday2:30 pm
Parent Teacher Conferences:
  • E.L. Ross Elementary - Tuesday4:00-7:00 pm

PTO Meetings:
  • E.L. Ross Elementary - Tuesday12:00 noon
  • Cleveland Middle School - Wednesday1:00 pm
  • Mayfield Elementary - Thursday4:00 pm
  • George R. Stuart Elementary - Thursday6:00 pm

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