Cleveland City Schools' Activities For The Week Of March 18

Monday, March 18, 2019

Week of March 18


Blythe-Bower Elementary hosts a Community Services Fair on Tuesday, 8:00-9:30 am. This event will showcase services in the community available for Blythe-Bower families. There will be approximately 30 different booths set up in the theater.  Families are invited to walk through and gather information to look at later or stop and ask questions on the spot. Refreshments will be served and door prizes will be awarded. For information contact Linda Tyler, 423-479-5121, ltyler@clevelandschools.org.
 

Stuart Elementary will host Spirit Night at Dos Bros on Tuesday, 4:00-7:00 pm. Mention Stuart and the school will receive 30% of purchases. For more information contact Richelle Shelton, 423-476-8246, rshelton@clevelandschools.org
 

Arnold Memorial hosts the Mix 104.1 Morning Radio Show on Thursday, 7:00-9:00 am. Students and teachers will be interviewed and perform for the live radio audience. For more information contact Michael Chai, 423-472-2241, mchai@clevelandschools.org.
 

The 2019 Cleveland City Schools Honor Chorus will perform on Thursday, 6:30 pm at Pangle Hall, Lee University.  Directed by music specialists, Kaylee Vaught, Jay Garcia, Cheryl Gilbert, Gloria Scott-Richmond , Siema Swartzel and Wain Weaver with representatives from all the elementary schools.  This program is made possible by the support of Cleveland City Schools and a generous grant from the Allied Arts Commission of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. The public is invited to attend!

 

 Cleveland Middle School celebrates The Raider Way - Improving school climate through consistent school-wide expectations - on Friday, 2:00-3:00 pm. Students with no unexcused absences, no referrals, no unserved detentions and are not failing any classes will receive an hour of down time to be with their friends. Provided activities are: gym time, library time, watching funny you tube videos in the theater or Karaoke in the cafeteria. Students will also get a soft drink and a candy bar. For those that are unable to go will remain in class to work on missing assignments, make up test, or have quite reading time. For more information contact Scott Carroll, 423-479-9641, scarroll@clevelandschools.org.
 

Parent Teacher Conferences:

  • Arnold Memorial  - Tuesday, 4:00-7:00 pm
  • E. L. Ross Elementary - Tuesday, 4:00-7:00 pm
  • George R. Stuart - Tuesday, 4:00-7:00 pm

 


Sale Creek High Graduates Receive 4 Of 5 ROTC Scholarships Awarded In Hamilton County

Robert L. Berry Named Newest Board Of Directors Member At GNTC

CSO Announces 3rd Annual Kayoko Dan Conducting Scholarship Recipient


The 2019 graduating class of Sale Creek High School received over $1 million in scholarship offers this year. The school was successful with graduates earning ROTC scholarships. Five ROTC scholarships ... (click for more)

Attorney Robert L. Berry, a senior partner of Brinson Askew Berry, has been sworn in as Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s newest Board of Directors member by Stuart Phillips, interim president ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera announce Matthew Gardner as the recipient of its 3rd annual Kayoko Dan Conducting Scholarship. The scholarship will offer Mr. Gardner an opportunity to work ... (click for more)


Student Scene

Sale Creek High Graduates Receive 4 Of 5 ROTC Scholarships Awarded In Hamilton County

The 2019 graduating class of Sale Creek High School received over $1 million in scholarship offers this year. The school was successful with graduates earning ROTC scholarships. Five ROTC scholarships were awarded to students in Hamilton County. Of the five, four of those students awarded the scholarships were graduates of Sale Creek High. To emphasize the magnitude of the accomplishment, ... (click for more)

Robert L. Berry Named Newest Board Of Directors Member At GNTC

Attorney Robert L. Berry, a senior partner of Brinson Askew Berry, has been sworn in as Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s newest Board of Directors member by Stuart Phillips, interim president of GNTC, at the June meeting held on the Whitfield Murray Campus in Dalton. Mr. Berry has served as a partner for Brinson Askew Berry since 1975. He focuses on medical malpractice, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Police Charge Jason Ansley In Wreck On Main Street In Which 9-Year-Old Boy Was Killed; Going 62 MPH In 35 MPH Zone

Chattanooga Police have arrested 38-year-old Jason Ansley in a June 7 wreck on Main Street in which 9-year-old Liam Haddock was killed and two other family members injured. Police said it was determined that Ansley was traveling 62 mph in a 35 mph zone and he was caught on video running a red light at S. Orchard Knob just prior to the 9:08 p.m. crash. Police said Ansley, who ... (click for more)

Smedley, Bankston Say They Are No Votes On Property Tax Increase

Two County Commission members on Monday told members of the Pachyderm Club that they are no votes on a property tax increase. Sabrena Smedley, who currently chairs the commission, said there are a number of unanswered questions about the school system, including how the latest test scores will turn out and how much in repairs the schools will face under a new study. She said ... (click for more)

Opinion

Why I Support Funding The Proposed Budget

Dear Commissioners of Hamilton County, I attended the District 3 community meeting with Commissioner Greg Martin and School Board Chairman Joe Wingate, who was filling in for District 3 Rep. Joe Smith. Commissioner Martin stated he had not made up his mind on how to vote for the tax increase at that time. He requested thoughtful input on why the citizens of his district wanted ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: VW Needs Big Repairs

The banner headline on Monday morning read, “Gov. Lee, top Republicans celebrate failed UAW bid to unionize Volkswagen,” and that’s the second-worst thing that the headline could have said. The worst, of course, is if the UAW had won, and the Detroit-based union that lost 35,000 members last year would be revived -- breaking a hole into the tight wall of foreign-owned auto assembly ... (click for more)