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Cleveland Heights Police (216) 291-4987
Cleveland Heights Fire (216) 291-2673
University Heights Police (216) 932-1800
University Heights Fire (216) 291-2673
Poison Control Center (216) 231-4455
Adult/ Elder Abuse Hotline (216) 420-6700
24 Hour Child Abuse Hotline (216) 696-KIDS (5437)
Domestic Violence and Advocacy Center Hotline (216) 391-HELP (4357)
Ohio AIDS Resource Center (800) 332-2437
Legal Aid Society of Cleveland (216) 687-1900
Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Hotline (216) 623-6888
Witness/ Victim Service Center (216) 443-7345
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center 24 Hour Hotline (216) 619-6192
Safe School Helpline (800) 4-1-VOICE (800- 418-6423)FBI
Trafficking Victim Tip Line (216)522-1400
Human Trafficking Task Force (216) 443-6085
CH-UH Board of Education
2155 Miramar Boulevard University Heights, OH 44118
(216) 371-7171 email: email@example.com
University Heights City Hall
2300 Warrensville Center Rd University Heights, OH 44118
(216) 932-7800 www.universityheights.com
Cleveland Heights City Hall
40 Severance Cir Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
(216) 291-4444 www.clevelandheights.com
Food Assistance https://www.foodpantries.org/st/ohio
Heights Emergency Food Center (216) 381-0707
3663 Mayfield Rd, Cleveland, OH 44121
Heights Emergency Food Center is a non-profit corporation staffed by volunteers to provide for people in
emergency situations. It currently serves the cities of Cleveland Heights, University Heights, South Euclid and
Hours : Monday 4pm- 6pm, Tuesday 9am – 11:30am, Thursday 9am – 2:30pm, Friday 9am- 11:30am
Communal Meal the last two Thursdays from 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Boulevard Elementary - Cleveland Food Bank School Market ( 216) 371-7140
First Tuesday of each month during the school year from 2:30 - 4:30 pm
1749 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights OH 44118
Gearity Elementary- Cleveland Food Bank School Market ( 216) 371-6515
The Gearity Food Market is open every second Thursday of the month, from 2pm-4pm
2323 Wrenford Road, University Heights, OH 44118
Oxford Elementary - Cleveland Food Bank School Market (216) 371-6525
Third Tuesday of each month from 2:30 PM until 4:30 PM
939 Quilliams Road, Cleveland Heights OH 44121
Cleveland Mediation (216) 621-1919
CHN Housing Partners (833) 377-RENT (7368)
Cleveland Tenants Organization (Part of Legal Aid Society of Cleveland) (216) 861-5955
Council for Economic Opportunities (216) 696-9077
Heights Suburban Collaborative (216)325-9132
Home Repair Resource Center HRRC (216) 381-6100
First Call For Help, 211 (216) 436-2000
CH-UH School Clothing Exchanges
Gently used clothing FREE to CH-UH families. Donations are appreciated.
Boulevard’s Closet - Boulevard Elementary families, contact Karen Allen at 216.320.4669 to make an
appointment. Specific hours not available.
Noble Clothing Pantry - Noble families, contact Wendy Burkey at 216-371-6535 or by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment during school hours. Students attending schools other than Noble should contact their school’s social worker to arrange an appointment.
Roxboro Elementary UnShop - Rox families and students can stop by the media center during school
hours. Contact Jen Holland, Chair of the Unshop, at email@example.com
CH-UH School District Contacts
CH-UH email addresses are the staff member’s first initial, underscore and their last name. e_example@CHUH.org
Full CH-UH School District staff directory
Elizabeth Kirby, Superintendent (216) 371-7330 firstname.lastname@example.org
Felicia Gould, Assistant Superintendent (216) 320-2036 email@example.com
Paul Lombardo, Assistant Superintendent, HR and Operations (216) 320-2030 firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Gainer, Chief Financial Officer (216) 320-2078 email@example.com
Robert Swaggard, Director of Educational Services (216) 320-2005 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathan Cavanaugh, Supervisor of Communications (216) 320-2009 email@example.com
George Petkac, Director of Business Services (216) 320-2220 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan Loretz, Coordinator of Safety & Security (216) 320-2063 email@example.com
Scott Smith, Supervisor of Transportation (216) 320-2075 firstname.lastname@example.org
Christina Bauer, Ph.D. , Director of Information Technology (216) 397-5910 email@example.com
Katrina Myers, Career Technical Education (CTE) Heights Consortium Coordinator (216) 320-2204
Sue Pardee, Supervisor of Federal Programs and Grants/Title 1 (216) 397-3869 firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Peppler, Supervisor of Community School Partnerships (216) 320-2207 email@example.com
CH-UH School District Departments & Contacts
Accounts Payable (216) 320-2012 Keisha Cox firstname.lastname@example.org
(216) 320-2015 Lindsey Smith email@example.com
Adult Basic Literacy and Education (216) 371-7138 Saundra Washington firstname.lastname@example.org
Alumni - Heights Schools Foundation (HSF) (216) 320-2203 Julianna Johnston Senturia email@example.com
Athletics (216) 320-3015 Joe D'Amato firstname.lastname@example.org
Development and Marketing (HSF) (216) 320-2206 Betsy Friedlander email@example.com
Data, Research and Assessment (216) 320-2003 Allison Byrd firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Services (216) 320-2160 Karen Anderson-Liddell k_Liddell@chuh.org
Early Childhood Programs (216) 371-7356 Danielle Foran email@example.com
EMIS (Education Management System) (216) 320-3858 Sharon Rohler firstname.lastname@example.org
English Language Learners’ Program (216) 320-2036 Felisha Gould email@example.com
Family Engagement (216) 320-2204 Lisa Hunt firstname.lastname@example.org
Food Services (216) 320-2007 Anjali Rosedale email@example.com
GED Classes (216) 371-7138 (ext. 4) Saundra Washington firstname.lastname@example.org
Gifted & Enrichment Programs (216) 320-2182 Toia Robinson email@example.com
Human Resources (216) 371-7405 Carla Morris firstname.lastname@example.org
Liaison for Parents and Community (216) 320-3052 Joy Henderson email@example.com
Payroll & Benefits (216) 320-2046 Carmen Jefferson firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrar/Assessment (216) 320-2053 Pat Christopherson email@example.com
Special Education (216) 371-7435 Karen Liddell-Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Substitute Services/Aesop (216) 320-2029 LaShae Daniels email@example.com
Transcripts (216) 320-3145 Miyanna Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
CH-UH PTA Contacts
Heights High President: TBA
Monticello Middle School President: Alisa Bray email@example.com
VP: NiQuita Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
Roxboro Middle School President: Lance Godard email@example.com
VP: Jen Holland firstname.lastname@example.org
Boulevard Elementary President: Nathaniel Morehouse email@example.com
Canterbury Elementary President: Elana Baldwin firstname.lastname@example.org
Fairfax Elementary President: Lauren Cochran-Smith email@example.com
Gearity Professional Development School
President: Lynnesha Hamilton firstname.lastname@example.org VP: Kelly Hatgas email@example.com
Noble Elementary President: Nadiyah Freeman firstname.lastname@example.org
VP: Felicia Jordan-Burns email@example.com
Oxford Elementary President: Jessica Baite firstname.lastname@example.org
Roxboro Elementary President: Sandy Pretzer email@example.com
VP: Jessica Schantz firstname.lastname@example.org
CHUH PTA Council (District)
President: Vanessa Fitzgerald email@example.com
1st Vice President: Gaby James
2nd Vice President: Elyse Custodio
Recording Secretary: Tiffany Butler
Enrichment Chair: Tiffany Tyson
Cuyahoga County Resources
Cleveland Department of Public Health (216) 664-2324 www.clevelandhealth.org
75 Bethel Ct, Cleveland, OH 44114
Concentrates on the general public health, environmental health conditions, and communicable disease
monitoring in the Cleveland area. Services include well-child clinics, child and adult immunizations, occupational health services, and school health services. Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm.
Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCBDD) (216) 241-8230 www.cuyahogabdd.org
1275 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Offers comprehensive educational, vocational, and supportive services to individuals with moderate,
severe and profound developmental disabilities and to their families. Services include information, referral,
home training schools and preschool, training for employment and job placement, parent education, and
special therapies. Also offers community residential options and provides information and referral for other
types of residential services. Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm.
NEON -Northeast Ohio Network www.cuyahogabdd.org/en-US/Family-Supports-Program.aspx
The Family Support Program (FSP) is a program of the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCBDD). CCBDD recognizes and appreciates the vital support families provide to people with developmental disabilities who live at home with them. We want to help families in this caregiving role by providing funding for goods and services available through our Family Supports Program.
Stable Accounts www.stableaccount.com A national tax-free savings plan for disability-related expenses.
Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County
General: (216) 348-4830 www.adamhscc.org 614 W Superior Ave # 300, Cleveland, OH 44113
24-hour mental health information/emergency/crisis service for adults and children: (216) 623-6888
Enhances the quality of life for our community through a commitment to excellence in mental health and
addiction prevention, treatment and recovery services coordinated through a person-centered network of
community supports. Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am-5:00pm.
WARMLINE (440) 886-5950 Peer support for mental health consumers. Open seven days a week from 9:00am to 1:00am.
Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court (216) 443-8400 http://juvenile.cuyahogacounty.us/
9300 Quincy Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106
Assumes responsibility for arraignments, adjudication, and disposition of cases of unruly, delinquent,
neglected, dependent, or abused children, and adult cases involving the wellbeing of children, such as
paternity, child support, and contributing cases. Handles juvenile traffic cases.
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:15am - 4:30pm.
Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center (216) 391-HELP (4357) www.dvcac.org
The Mission of Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center (formerly Bellflower Center) is to empower
individuals, educate the community and advocate for justice to end domestic violence and child abuse.
Services include: 24 hour Domestic Violence helpline, emergency shelter, crisis intervention, prevention
programs, counseling and help for victims of teen dating violence.
Health & Wellness
Bellefaire JCB (216) 932-2800 or 800-879-2522 www.bellefairejcb.org
22001 Fairmount Boulevard, Shaker Heights, Ohio 44118
Among the nation’s largest, most experienced child service agencies providing a variety of behavioral health, substance abuse, education and prevention services. Through more than 25 programs, Bellefaire helps more than 21,700 youths and their families each year achieve resiliency, dignity and self-sufficiency. Hours: M–F 9:00am– 5:00pm.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) https://namigreatercleveland.org/
NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families.
Circle Health Services (216) 721-4010 www.circlehealthservices.org
12201 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106
The mission of Circle Health Services (formerly The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland) is to address vital community health needs by providing high quality health care and related services to individuals and families, regardless of their ability to pay, and by advocating for policy changes that promote greater access for the underserved and improved community-wide health and wellness outcomes. Circle Health Services offers medical, dental and behavioral health services on a sliding scale, by appointment.
Hours: M– Th 8:30 am – 9 pm, F – 8:30 am – 7 pm, two Saturdays each month.
Cuyahoga Community College Dental Hygiene Clinic (216) 987-4413
The Dental Hygiene Department of Cuyahoga Community College operates a clinic as an integral part of the Dental Hygiene Program, staffed by registered dental hygienists with advanced educational degrees and a supervising dentist. Everyone is welcome in our clinic; however, clients 17 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian for the entire initial appointment. Clinic hours vary from semester to semester. Please contact the Clinic at for exact times.
2500 Noble Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44121 firstname.lastname@example.org
Links East is a consumer-operated, drop-in center for persons living with mental illness. Links East was established for the purpose of giving mental health consumers a place to go for socialization during the evenings and on weekends. Annual dues are $4.00 and include all activities such as Links dinners and cook-outs, access to the lending library, holiday parties, games, computer instruction, and instruction in meditation and energy. exercises. Hours: T-F 4pm-8pm, Weekends 1pm-8pm.
MetroHealth School Health Program (216) 389-4670 https://www.metrohealth.org/school-health-program
Cleveland Clinic School-Based Mobile Health Center
Oxford Elementary / Boulevard Elementary (sites alternate Tuesdays)
Hours: 8:30 am – 4 pm
Parents/legal guardians must complete an enrollment packet for your child to be seen. Enrollment in the health center is voluntary and can be discontinued at any time. There are no eligibility requirements except that your child currently attends the school district where the School-Based Health Center is located. To arrange for your child to be seen at the School-Based Health Center, you may call your child’s school nurse or our mobile health center staff, or send a note. The mobile unit offers complete physical examinations (may be used for sports physicals, camp, college, work authorizations, etc.) and comprehensive healthcare, including diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness and reproductive health care.
Center for Families and Children (216) 325-9132 www.thecentersohio.org
1941 S. Taylor Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
The Center for Families and Children provides health and wellness centers that respond to individuals'
whole health. Services include physical health, mental health, case management, care coordination,
addiction treatment and wellness activities. Additionally, the Center provides early childhood education
programs, special needs resources and adult workforce training.
Connections (216) 831-6466 www.connectionscleveland.org
24200 Chagrin Boulevard, Beachwood, Ohio 44122
Connections is a leading provider of behavioral healthcare services in northeast Ohio. [They] are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness and chemical dependency, and advocating on behalf of clients and their families.
Advocacy Agencies & Community Organizations
Heights Community Congress (216) 321-6775 www.heightscongress.org
(Offices located inside Forest Hill Presbyterian Church)
PO Box 18492, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118-0492
The organization advocates social justice, monitors fair housing practices and facilitates the building of strong diverse communities. Heights Community Congress services include discrimination complaint intake, diversity training and community organizing services.
Cedar-Fairmount Special Improvement District (216) 932-3322 www.cedarfairmount.org
2460 Fairmount Blvd. Suite 311, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106
The Cedar- Fairmount Special Improvement District promotes the economic vitality, unique character, safe
environment, and historic significance of the Cedar Fairmount district.
Cedar-Lee Special Improvement District (216) 561-3530 www.cedarlee.org
2140 Lee Road, #201, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
A public/private partnership formed as an alliance between the business community and the city of Cleveland Heights. Maintains, improves, promotes, and expand the district as a viable business, cultural, residential, and recreational community and to encourage its aesthetic and historic character.
Coventry Village Special Improvement District www.coventryvillage.org
The CVSID unites the property and business owners to enhance maintenance and security, and market the
unique and eclectic neighborhood of Coventry Village.
Family Connections (216) 321-0079 www.familyconnections1.org
2843 Washington Blvd., Cleveland Hts, OH 44118
Family Connections provides early literacy, parenting support and school readiness services. Programs include drop-in playgroups, parenting education workshops and family events.
Home Repair Resource Center (216) 381-6100 www.hrrc-ch.org
2520 Noble Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44121
Home Repair Resource Center strives to empower homeowners, seniors, women, anyone struggling with finances or foreclosure, and soon-to-be-homeowners with the knowledge and skills they need to keep their homes and communities in good repair.
Fairhill Partners (216) 421-1350 www.fairhillpartners.org
12200 Fairhill Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44120
Fairhill Partners connects people to opportunities for lifelong learning, intergenerational relationships, and
successful aging. Services include senior temporary emergency shelter, resources for older adult family members raising children, resources for family members caring for older adults, and health and wellness programs for older adults including events and activities.
LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland (216) 651-5428 www.lgbtcleveland.org
6600 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44102
The LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland offers programming for LGBTQ youth and young adults
(14-24 years old) that centers on creating genuine connections between peers and increasing access to
valuable resources. Our youth and young adults participate in programs geared to their age range while
providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere. Programs provide monthly themes to build connection, support, life skills, speaker series, computer access, events, queer crafts, and queer quills.
Milestones Autism Resources (216) 464-7600 www.milestones.org
4853 Galaxy Parkway, Suite A, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128 email@example.com
Milestones Autism Resources helps individuals with autism reach their unique potential. We focus
on educating and coaching for family members and professionals in evidence-based practical strategies.
Our conferences, workshops, professional development, referral calls and online resources connect the autism community with vital information, and each other.
Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities www.cuyahogabdd.org
The Cuyahoga County Board of DD offers a full range of services, from in-home early intervention programs for very young children and their families to leisure programs for seniors and specialized therapies (speech-language, occupational and physical), psychological services, support administration, family resources and respite care, supported living, vocational training, community employment, rehabilitation engineering and crisis intervention.
The Arc of Greater Cleveland (216) 622-0755 http://thearcofgreatercleveland.org
The ARC serves in many ways including assisting families and individuals with problems in educational,
residential and vocational systems. The Arc can provide knowledgeable professionals to speak on a
number of topics related to intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Disability Rights Ohio www.disabilityrightsohio.org
Disability Rights Ohio is a nonprofit corporation with a mission to advocate for the human, civil and legal rights of people with disabilities in Ohio. In 2012, Disability Rights Ohio replaced Ohio Legal Rights Service as Ohio's Protection and Advocacy (P&A) system and Client Assistance Program (CAP). It is governed by a Board of Directors, primarily consisting of people with disabilities and family members of people with disabilities.
A program of the Ronald McDonald House, Redtreehouse.org is Ohio's online resource supporting the
well-being of Ohio’s families and children with challenges, disabilities, and health care needs. It was created to provide a welcoming and vibrant online community for families and professionals to explore and connect to resources and supports for children and young adults.
Educational Service Center www.esc-cc.org
At the Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio, our mission is to serve the needs of the students and educational community by supporting, collaborating and partnering with local, regional, state and national agencies and providing quality leadership, products, programs and professional services.
Kindernet is a joint project of the PTA, CH-UH Early Childhood Department and Family Connections.
Kindernet helps incoming families learn about their neighborhood schools by providing the following services and information at no cost: tours of your neighborhood school, opportunities to meet teachers and principals, discussion of academic expectations, invitations to special school events, registration information, and connections with neighborhood families.
Saturday Tutoring Program - Church of the Covenant (216) 505-0885 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Saturday Tutoring Program provides free tutoring services for students in grades 1-12 from twenty-eight
school districts throughout Greater Cleveland. The program occurs in an environment of mutual learning and respect to help students achieve their academic goals. Our volunteer tutors come from universities, church congregations, service organizations, and the community at-large. Tutors and students cover a variety of subjects including math, reading, and science. Tutors also help students prepare for Ohio tests and college entrance exams.
CH-UH Adult Basic and Literary Education (Tri-C Aspire Program) (216) 371-7138
Delisle Options Center
14780 Superior Road - Door 9, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
The program provides free academic skills instruction to people who need assistance acquiring the skills to be successful in college, training or a job. The Aspire program also has classes and resources for ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages). The program is for adults, 16 and older that have skills below college level. Students applying to the GED program must submit proof of school withdrawal.
College Now – Greater Cleveland (216) 241-5587
50 Public Square, suite 1800, Cleveland, OH 44113
College Now is the only college access and success organization with advisors staffed in Greater Cleveland schools throughout the academic year. You can also visit us at the College Now Resource Center in downtown Cleveland or attend one of our community-based programs.
College Credit Plus
Ohio’s College Credit Plus initiative can help qualified students in grades 7-12 earn college and high school
credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. The purpose of
this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to
college-ready students. Taking a college course from a public college or university College Credit Plus is free. That means no cost for tuition, books or fees. Your high school may have an agreement with a local college for specific courses, however, you can choose to take College Credit Plus courses from any college offering a course that would benefit you in the future.
Cleveland State University (216) 687-2279 email@example.com
John Carroll University
Rebecca Dinnen, Director of Non-traditional Student Recruitment
Notre Dame College
Susan Hren, College Credit Plus Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org (216) 373-5344
Case Western Reserve University
Pre-College Scholars Program email@example.com (216) 368-2928
Cuyahoga Community College
Eastern Campus Enrollment Center 4250 Richmond Rd., Highland Hills, OH 44122
Carissa Godbott firstname.lastname@example.org (216) 987-2196
Metropolitan Campus Enrollment Center 2900 Community College Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115
Della Hilbert, Coordinator email@example.com (216) 987-4164
Western Campus/Brunswick University Center 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Parma, OH 44130
Margie Knight, Coordinator or Melinda Galla Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org (216) 987-5155
email@example.com (216) 987-5259
Westshore Campus/Corporate College West 25425 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, OH 44145
Michelle Noll, Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Heights Libraries https://heightslibrary.org/
Lee Road Branch 2345 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 (216) 932-3600
Hours: M-F 9am-9pm, Sat 9am-5:30pm, Sun-1pm- 5pm
Coventry Village Library 1925 Coventry Road. Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 (216) 321-3400
Hours: M, T & Th- 1pm-9pm, W & F- 9am – 5:30pm, Sat- 9am – 5:30pm, Sun 1pm- 5pm
Noble Neighborhood Library 2800 Noble Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44121 (216) 291-5665
Hours: M, T & Th- 1pm-9pm, W & F- 9am – 5:30pm, Sat- 9am – 5:30pm, Sun 1pm- 5pm
University Heights Library 13866 Cedar Road, University Heights, OH 44118 (216) 321-4700
Hours: M, T & Th- 1pm-9pm, W & F- 9am – 5:30pm, Sat- 9am – 5:30pm, Sun 1pm- 5pm
Lake Erie Ink (216) 320-4757 https://lakeerieink.org/
The Ink Spot After-School Program
The Ink Spot engages 3rd-6th graders in the literary arts after school throughout the school year. During the program, youth receive homework support and are engaged in thematic creative expression activities that inspire and encourage artistic expression, creative thinking and literacy enrichment through the written word. CH-UH Schools provides busing to Lake Erie Ink from elementary schools when possible.
Open Doors Academy (216) 229-1900 www.opendoorsacademy.org
Open Doors Academy provides year-round quality enrichment programming that addresses the unique
developmental needs of our students. Member youth participate in project based learning experiences such as core enrichment programs and academic tutoring built around their developmental needs, full-day summer camps and service learning trips. Keys to the program include building a safe haven filled with support, creating a sense of community, and fostering the kids’ confidence. ODA builds this environment by engaging parents, teachers and other community partners. Programming runs for students at Monticello and Roxboro Middle School and at Heights for High School students. Enrollment requires family participation and a 2.8 GPA for High School Students.
Right at School www.rightatschool.com
Area Manager, Michele James (216) 218-5903 email@example.com
The Right Club is here in your child’s school every day that school is in session for a full day (and for half days and school vacation days as well). You can register for 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 days per week or use our flexible drop-in option if you only need occasional support or have a last-minute need. Our convenient online registration portal allows you to register, view your schedule and make account changes at your convenience.
Boy Scouts of America - Lake Erie Council https://lecbsa.org/
Since 1910, Scouting has led the way as the premier youth-serving organization in the United States. The
mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Local contact, Kevin Wassie , Unit Serving Executive, Cub Scout Division, Service Area 5
(216) 458-8917 firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio https://www.gsneo.org/
Girl Scouts is the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. And with programs from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success. Any girl in grades K–12 can join the fun at Girl Scouts.
Local contact, Megan Rybarcyk, Community Membership Executive
(216) 383-7471 email@example.com
Roxboro Middle Connects In The Community
21st Century Grant Program run by CHUH City School District
Roxboro Connects in the Community is a grant-funded, after-school program that supports Roxboro Middle School students during the transitional years of middle school while focusing on AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) learning strategies and building confidence in our young leaders. Provides students with after-school reading and math supplemental instruction along with engaging enrichment programs that offer a variety of experiences.
Meghan Kennedy, Roxboro Connects Coordinator (216) 320-3543 firstname.lastname@example.org
New Heights Credit Recovery Program (216)320-3073
New Heights Credit Recovery program provides qualifying high school students in grades 9th
through 12th with after-school instruction that will provide credit recovery for courses the student has failed.
Program components include academic assistance, credit recovery, extra-curricular activities, leadership
training, mentorships and art-infused enrichment.
Steve Walker S_walker@chuh.org Kristiaun Copez-Minor K_Copez@chuh.org
Noble STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math), formerly called Noble P2P, is a 21st
Century Grant funded program at Noble Elementary School. The Noble STREAM program brings together native English speaking students and EL (English Learner) students who may have been refugees or immigrants from the country of Nepal. Together, the students and educators focus on social support, academic assistance, homework help, field trips and various enrichment opportunities.
The program is offered Monday-Friday, 3:20-6:20 pm to students in grades K-5. An after-school snack, dinner, and transportation is provided every day..
Tiffany Rowan, Noble STREAM Coordinator
(216) 371-6535 ext. 84029 email@example.com
Fall / Winter Camps
Cleveland Heights Community Center (216) 691-7373 https://chparks.com/31/Community-Center
1 Monticello Boulevard, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
Heights Libraries https://heightslibrary.org/services/children/
Youth Programs contact Sam Lapides at 216.932.3600 (ext. 1288) firstname.lastname@example.org
Homework Helpers Tuesdays/Thursdays 4-5 PM (excluding Holiday Breaks)
Lake Erie Ink - Fall/Winter Camp https://lakeerieink.org/programs/
A writing space for youth offers programs for students ages 6 to 18, as well as providing off site creative writing experiences for students in schools and other youth-serving organizations.