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Book Group Discussion of “Reign of Error” meets on Jan. 22

The Cleveland Heights Teachers Union, in partnership with Reaching Heights and others, is promoting a community book discussion of “The Reign of Error,” by Diane Ravitch, and wider issues in public education. Learn more at the CHTU website. Books are available for $16 at Mac’s Backs or Appletree for $16. The group will next meet […]

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Congratulations 2013 Spelling Bee Champs Barratrous Orthographers!

Integumentary (referring to something that covers or encloses, especially an enveloping layer of an organism) was the winning word in the 22nd Annual Reaching Heights Adult Community Spelling Bee, held April 17, 2013, at Cleveland Heights High School. The Barratrous Orthographers, a team representing the law firm of Squire Sanders with spellers Bonnie Bealer, Becky […]

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“Go Public! Great Schools Are Everybody’s Business”

After planning, strategizing, talking and listening to school leaders, parents and concerned community members, a new group founded in Cleveland Heights is ready to act.  Newly named, “Go Public! Great Schools are Everybody’s Business,” will hit the ground running this month with a book and magazine drive for grades K-5 held from April 15 – […]

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SPARK Kindergarten Prep Program Expands to Cleveland Heights

SPARK (Supporting Partnerships to Assure Healthy Kids), a free home tutoring program that helps families and pre-school children learn and practice skills that children will need in kindergarten and beyond, is expanding into Cuyahoga County. Once a month, a parent partner will visits participating families at home with free books, activities and supplies to keep […]

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Complete Results from the 2010 Forest Hill 5K ThunderRun

UPDATE: Here are complete results from this year’s Forest Hill 5K ThunderRun Walk/Run, held July 17 at Forest Hill Park. Thanks to all who ran, walked, volunteered and contributed to a great event Saturday morning at Forest Hill Park.     Forest Hill  was John D. Rockefeller’s estate before he left Cleveland for elsewhere. I hear […]

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