Cleveland City Schools Activities For The Week Of Sept. 22

Monday, September 23, 2019
George R. Stuart Elementary hosts Take Your Parent to PE Week. Parents are invited to join their student in PE on Monday and Tuesday during school hours. Promoting an active lifestyle is a goal of PE. If we can involve our families and not just our students, we know that being active will become important for everyone! Click here for more information contact Mindy Kiser, 423-476-8246, mkiser@clevelandschools.org.
 
Mayfield Elementary Book Fair will be this week.
Students and families are invited to Family Nights on Tuesday, 3:30-6:30 pm and Thursday, 3:30-5:30 pm. For more information contact Randall Stephens, 423-472-4541, rstephens@clevelandschools.org

 
Arnold Memorial Elementary hosts Family Science Night on Monday, 5:30-7:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The CHS Science National Honor Society will be leading this event. Come & enjoy a free night of "experimental" fun! There will be pizza and drinks as an added treat. For more information contact Marsha Wallace, mwallace@clevelandschools.org.  
 
Yates Primary hosts the Mix 104.1 Morning Show Live on Wednesday starting at 7:30 am. Students and teachers will perform and talk with Steve Hartline, Dewayne Williams, and Bridget Forrester. For more information contact Mike Collier, 423-479-1723, mcollier@clevelandschools.org.
 
Mayfield Elementary hosts Grandparents Luncheons on Thursday and Friday. All special grand people are invited to eat lunch with students. Thursday is K, 3rd, and 4th grades; Friday is 1st, 2nd, and 5th grades. For more information contact Randall Stephens, 423-472-4541, rstephens@clevelandschools.org.
 
Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary hosts Title I Parent Meeting and Open House on Thursday. Students and their families can tour the building and visit classrooms. 
  • Title I Parent Meeting - 5:00-5:30 pm
  • K-2 Open House - 5:30-6:15 pm
  • 3-5 Open House - 6:15-7:00 pm
For more information contact Lisa Earby, learby@clevelandschools.org, 423-476-1160. 
 
Cleveland Middle School will partner with Junior Achievement for an Entrepreneurship Presentation on Friday, 9:00 am for 8th graders. The 8th graders then will join students from Ocoee Middle and Lake Forest Middle to receive a hands-on look at the world of work at the Career Fair at Cleveland State Community College. For more information contact Amy McGowan, 423-479-9641, amcgowan@clevelandschools.org.
 
Cleveland High School Theater Department proudly presents A Family Reunion to Die For. You will not want to miss this murder-mystery with audience interaction and a melodramatic theme. Admission collected at the door $10/adults and $5/students. Limited number of tickets are available for the Dinner Theater at 6:00 pm before the Saturday performance. For more information click here or contact Don Markham, theater director at Cleveland High School, dmarkham@clevelandschools.org. 

Show Times:
  • Friday, September 27, 7:00 pm
  • Saturday, September 28, 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, September 29, 2:00 pm
  • Monday, September 30, 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday, October 1, 7:00 pm   
All performances will be held in the Betsy Vines Memorial Theater at Cleveland High School. 

 
PTO Meetings:
  • Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary - Wednesday, 8:45 am
  •  Mayfield Elementary - Thursday, 4:00 pm

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