Cleveland City Schools' Activities For Week Of Sept. 18

Monday, September 18, 2017
Mayfield Elementary hosts the Scholastic Book Fair all week. Grandparents’ luncheons will be heldWednesday and Thursday during students’ regularly scheduled lunchtimes, and the fair will have extended hours on Tuesday and Thursday.
Visit the Book Fair and shop for the whole family! For more informationclick here or contact Amelia Grubb, 423-472-4541agrubb@clevelandschools.org.  

 
Arnold Memorial PTO Fall Book Fair will be openMonday thru Friday. Hours are Monday 8:30-11:00 amTuesdayWednesday and Thursday during school hours, and Friday morning until 11:00 am.  For more information contact Mike Chai, 423-472-2241mchai@clevelandschools.org.  
 
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 Strategic Plan and more. For more information contact Andrea Byerly, abyerly@clevelandschools.org423-472-9571.
 
Join the Lady Raider Volleyball Pink-Out as the team hosts Bradley Central on Tuesday in Raider Arena. The team will make a contribution to the Mary Ellen Locher Foundation, a charity that gives scholarships to children of breast cancer survivors and those who have lost parents to this cancer. Game times are Freshmen 4:15, JV 5:15, and Varsity at 6:15.
 
George R. Stuart Elementary will host the WCLE Mix 104.1 Live Broadcast on Wednesday, starting at 7:00 am. For more information contact Richelle Shelton, 423-476-8246rshelton@clevelandschools.org. 
 

In honor of Grandparents Day, Mayfield Elementary invites grandparents to join their grandchild for lunch. Grades K, 3, 4 visit on Wednesday and grades 1, 2, 5 visit on Thursday. Grandparents are invited to shop at the Book Fair after lunch. For more information contact Randy Stephens, 423-472-4541rstephens@clevelandschools.org.  
 
The F. I. Denning Center of Technology & Careers hosts the SE TN College and Career on Wednesday. Jamie Ensley (Southeast TN Student Outreach Counselor with EdSouth) will work with students and discuss the Tennessee College and Career Planning SystemTennessee-specific education resources, graduation planning tools, improved career assessments, and a range of job preparation resources. For more information contact Blair Deacon-Smith, 423-339-0902bdeacon@clevelandschools.org
 
E.L. Ross Elementary hosts House Breakfast on Thursday8:15 am. All students have chosen a House of which they will be a member during their three years at Ross. This Thursday students will grab breakfast to go from the cafeteria and join their House friends in one of four locations around the school. They will enjoy fellowship, games, and House chants. For more information contact Lisa Earby, 423-479-7274learby@clevelandschools.org
 
The F. I. Denning Center of Technology & Careers hosts the TN Student Assistance Corporation on Thursday. Outreach Specialist Rita Turchetta will meet with seniors to discuss financial aid information, scholarships, and the TNPromise. For more information contact Blair Deacon-Smith, 423-339-0902bdeacon@clevelandschools.org
 
Stuart Elementary PTO Fall Festival will beSaturday10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Students and their families are invited to the Tailgate themed festival with food, games, hay rides, community corn hole tournament, and more. See flyers for more information: Festival, community Cornhole Tournament, and Chili Cookoff also. 
 
PTO Meetings:

  • Cleveland Middle School - Tuesday1:00 pm


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