Cleveland City Schools' Activities For Week Of May 21

Monday, May 21, 2018
Cleveland High School Underclassmen Awards are Tuesday, 8:30 am. Students will be recognized for academic accomplishments. For more information contact Whitney Harden, 423-478-1113, 
Cleveland Middle School Award Programs on Tuesday: 
Sixth Grade - 10:30 am
Seventh Grade - 12:45 pm
Eighth Grade Honor Roll - 2:15 pm
Eighth Grade Awards Night is Monday, 6:30 pm.
Invited students and their families are encouraged to attend. Team awards, Principal's Award, and more will be presented. For more information contact Leneda Laing, 423-479-9641,
Cleveland Middle School Catch the Spirit Day is Thursday. Students will celebrate the end of year at this annual event of games, food, and competitions. For more information contact Leneda Laing, 423-479-9641,
Kindergarten Celebrations: 
Arnold Memorial - Monday, 1:00 pm
Stuart Elementary - Thursday, 1:00 pm
5th Grade Awards & Celebrations: 
Arnold Memorial - Tuesday, 6:00 pm 
Blythe-Bower - Tuesday, 6:30 pm 
E. L. Ross - Tuesday, 6:00 pm
George R. Stuart - Thursday, 6:00 pm
Mayfield - Thursday, 6:00 pm 
Field Days: 
Arnold Memorial - Tuesday
Blythe-Bower - Wednesday
Ross Elementary - Wednesday
Cleveland City Schools offers Summer Camps for students. Click here to view the full schedule and download registration forms.
Friday, May 25, is the last day of school. Classes resume on Monday, August 6, 2018. School offices and the Administrative Office Building will be open Mondays thru Thursdays, closed on Fridays, throughout the summer. We hope you have a safe and happy summer break!

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