Cleveland City Schools Activities For The Week Of Nov. 11

Monday, November 11, 2019
Cleveland City Schools is proud to honor our veterans with these Veterans Day Programs today.
  • Cleveland Middle School - 2:00 pm
  • Blythe-Bower Elementary School - 2:15 pm 
  • George R. Stuart Elementary - 2:50 pm

Candy's Creek Cherokee hosts Spirit Night at Dos Bros on Tuesday. Mention Candy's Creek Cherokee all day and the school will receive a percentage of purchases.
For more information contact Lisa Earby, 423-476-1160, learby@clevelandschools.org

 
Parents are invited to Thanksgiving Lunch:
  • Blythe-Bower Elementary - Thursday
  • Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary - Thursday for Grades K, 2, 4
  • Mayfield Elementary - Thursday for Grades K, 3, 4 and Friday for Grades 1, 2, 5

Arnold Memorial Elementary PTO hosts a family Glow Dance on Friday, 6:00-7:30 pm. Tickets are $5/adults, $2/children, and free for 3 years and under. There will be concessions for sale plus fun contests and prizes.Wear your best neon and be ready to dance! Click here for more information.
 
Cleveland High School Theater presents its annual Class Play Off Production.  Class Plays Offs are a festival of grade-level one-act plays that are student-directed by Senior Thespian Members. Performances of all shows will be held at Cleveland High School's Betsy Vines Memorial Theater on November 14 and 15 at 7:00 and November 16 at 2:00. The final show will end with a special presentation of the awards ceremony. Tickets are $5.00 and doors open 30 minutes prior to the show.    Cleveland High School Theater, home of Thespian Troupe 505, is under the supervision of Don Markham, theater director. Click here for more information or contact Don Markham, dmarkham@clevelandschools.org.
 
Parent Teacher Conferences:
  • Cleveland Middle School - Tuesday, 4:00-7:00 pm

Musicians From Across USA Participate In Fallen Five Concert

Chattanooga State's Dusty York Named SNMMI President-Elect, Technologist Section

Cleveland City Schools Enrollment Underway


One hundred eight musicians. Seventeen states. Social distancing determined by miles, not feet. Combining all of that into one seamless, five-minute piece of music. That was the plan of Kenyon ... (click for more)

Dusty M. York, MAEd, CNMT, PET, ARRT(N)(CT), associate professor and clinical coordinator of the nuclear medicine program at Chattanooga State Community College, has been elected as the 2020-21 ... (click for more)

Cleveland City Schools is enrolling new and returning students for the 2020-2021 school year. The deadline to complete online enrollment will be Thursday, July 23. Instructions and links for ... (click for more)



Student Scene

Musicians From Across USA Participate In Fallen Five Concert

One hundred eight musicians. Seventeen states. Social distancing determined by miles, not feet. Combining all of that into one seamless, five-minute piece of music. That was the plan of Kenyon Wilson, associate head of the Department of Performing Arts at UTC. And it worked—with colossal help from UTC videographer Jacob Cagle. In 2015, Wilson was compelled to write a piece ... (click for more)

Chattanooga State's Dusty York Named SNMMI President-Elect, Technologist Section

Dusty M. York, MAEd, CNMT, PET, ARRT(N)(CT), associate professor and clinical coordinator of the nuclear medicine program at Chattanooga State Community College, has been elected as the 2020-21 president-elect for the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technologist Section (SNMMI-TS). The new slate of officers was introduced during the Society of Nuclear Medicine ... (click for more)

Breaking News

IRONMAN Events In Chattanooga Canceled For 2020

Based on the recent mandate from the city of Chattanooga in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Little Debbie IRONMAN Chattanooga presented by McKee, A Family Bakery triathlon originally scheduled for Sept. 27 cannot take place in 2020 and will return on Sept. 26, 2021. Additionally, the Sunbelt Bakery IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga presented by McKee, A Family Bakery triathlon ... (click for more)

Mackey Pulls Resolution On Discretionary Spending For Now; Says Race Was Injected Into The Issue

County Commissioner Warren Mackey on Wednesday pulled a controversial resolution that would give each commissioner $100,000 per year for doling out to non-profit community groups. Commissioner Mackey said he believed that he had the necessary votes to pass it. However, he said "race has been injected in the issue." He said he was referring to a column in the Chattanooga ... (click for more)

Opinion

Bassam Issa: My Vision For The Northgate Property And The Schools

For the sake of clarity, transparency, and community, I want to address the redevelopment of portions of Northgate Mall that I am working on, which have been commented upon in news reports, editorial pages, and social media. Misunderstanding begets disappointment, and I want to make sure we are all on the same page. We stand on this beloved Chattanooga soil together, and when I ... (click for more)

Vote No To The Discretionary Funds Resolution

Once again, the subject of discretionary funds rears its ugly head as the county commissioners seek to buy votes and consolidate their power. And once again, it is time for the commissioners who care about sound fiscal policy to say “enough is enough.” It is time for this Commission to get it through their collective heads that these taxpayer dollars are not to be used for whatever ... (click for more)