Monthly Archives: January 2012

Career and Technical Education

Career and Technical Education is an important educational opportunity for students in the CH-UH district.  To gain an understanding how other local districts provide these opportunities Mayfield ‘s Excel TECC Career Center is having an Opportunity Night for the community.  … Continue reading

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Not all the links in the previous post worked, here are the direct links- Learning Declines Linked to Moving to Middle School The Impact of Alternative Grade Configurations on Student Outcomes through Middle and High School Stuck in the Middle: … Continue reading

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Grade Configuration Research

The following contains a summary and a collection of links and excerpts of findings for recent studies on grade organization.  The focus of these studies is an understanding of the difficult transition students make to middle school and identifying ways … Continue reading

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Survey Results

Following are links to the survey results to date.  We realize we have asked for a considerable amount of information and wish to thank those of you for your time in providing responses.  We hope that you will continue to … Continue reading

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Community Values Survey

The master planning team invites you to share your thoughts and ideas in greater detail. Please follow the link below to the Community Values Survey. Your participation is very important, we cannot plan schools that respond to the unique character … Continue reading

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Community Meeting 2 Tomorrow Night

The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District will hold its second Facility Master Plan Community meeting from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. on Jan. 11 in the Heights High Social Room, located at 13263 Cedar Rd. The District encourages parents, students and … Continue reading

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Community Values Poll

115 Residents Responded to the Poll their responses are published below.  Additionally, one comment was received via email, and is as follows: “Using research about learning, the brain, and physiological development to design facilities that actually facilitate learning regardless of … Continue reading

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