Muraski Tribune: Issue 34

YOUR WEEKLY COMMUNICATION ABOUT ALL THINGS MURASKI

A Message From the Principals

Good Morning Muraski Families,


We just want to take a moment and say a big THANK YOU to our amazing PTA for the fantastic Teacher Appreciation Week! From the homemade super hero costumes, candy bar and flowers, to the fabulous lunches, you certainly outdid yourselves. The staff here at Muraski are so thankful for the continued support we receive from our PTA. Thank you!


We hope all the moms out there had a wonderful Mother's Day as well. The weather was certainly beautiful so hopefully you found some time to enjoy the oudoors. This week should be another nice week of weather so we're forward to that.


Please take some time to review this week's newsletter as there is important information regarding out Fun Run and end of the year activities.


Sincerely,


Mike & Katie

FUN RUN INFORMATION

Please register your child and invite your family and friends to help support their efforts. The FUN RUN will take place throughout the day on Tuesday, May 10. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to attend. Below are the times your child will be running.


10:00am-11:00am 3rd and 4th


12:45pm-1:45pm 1st and 2nd


1:45pm-2:45pm K and 5th


All proceeds of the FUN RUN will be used towards an Outdoor Pavilion and Learning Center.


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Want to Help at the Carnival? We Need Volunteers

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PBIS DATA

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PRIDE TICKET WINNERS

Kindergarten

Jack Quinlan

Lillian Edmonds

Miles Kalbruner

Lily Thompson

Amelia Eid

Vida Dehaven

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First Grade

Savreen Maan

Jules Cham

Veer Tuteja

Isaac Kinas

Myles Yates

Johnny Janakovich

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Second Grade

Cailyn Wagner

Everly Foy

Giavanna Schneiderhan

Natalie Benisek

Natalie Taylor

Jace Lewon

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Third Grade

Sienna Jameson

Noah Pittman

Jake Krynik

Brooke Farkas

Sydney Knazek

Reece Patton

Maddie Halverstadt

Violet Telizzi

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Fourth Grade

Selena Hasan

Dominic Trizio

Remy Frost

Jack Kush

Nora Arnold

Percy Lin

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Fifth Grade

Camden Day

Jessica Scott

Daniel Perez

Kendall Whitford

Lyla Krenek

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Chromebooks Over the Summer

Students in grades 3-8 will be keeping their Chromebooks over the summer break. Students will be responsible for keeping the Chromebooks and their cases in working order for use next year. If a student is leaving the district over the summer, please have their parent/guardian contact Dave Binkley (dbinkley@scsmustangs.org). More information to follow about Summer Chromebook Repair and Support.

Disabling Bluetooth on Chromebook Devices

To be in compliance with AP testing requirements, the Technology Department will need to turn off the ability for all students to connect Bluetooth technology to their Chromebooks. This will start May 2nd and will be unavailable for two weeks. The ability to connect Bluetooth technology will return once all AP testing is complete during. If you have any questions please contact Dave Binkley (dbinkley@scsmustangs.org).

Attention 5th Grade Parents: Middle School Visit

Attention parents of 5th grade students- our fifth grade classes will be traveling to SMS on the morning of Monday, May 9th to take a tour of the middle school. This will be a brief tour, as there are more extensive activities planned by SMS for “Sneak Peek” night on April 28th and 6th grade orientation in August. Please return the permission slip to your child’s teacher to permit them to attend the trip via school bus during the day.

STRONGSVILLE EDUCATION FOUNDATION ANNUAL “JOCKEYS & JULEPS” EVENT

The Strongsville Education Foundation invites you to their annual “Jockeys & Juleps” event on Saturday, May 7 at 5:30pm at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center. Join the fun-filled night which begins with watching the 148th running of the Kentucky Derby, followed by a “Night at the Races” fundraiser benefiting the Foundation. Click HERE for the event flyer or visit tinyurl.com/Jj-2022 to purchase tickets. The Strongsville Education Foundation raises and disburses funds to support and foster creativity, innovation, and outstanding achievement for the students, the teachers, and the community served by Strongsville City Schools.
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Last Dance of the School Year

The last dance of the school year will be “Rockin on SMS field!” The dance will be from 6:00 to 8:30 PM Friday, May 27th, 2022.


Theme: “Wear your favorite sports jersey or T-shirt”

Students will enter and exit by the bleachers please pick your student up promptly

Dance is open for any student that lives in Strongsville, in grades 5th through 8th

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online, there will only be a minimal amount of tickets available at the door.

**Please note**
Concessions will be for sale


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rockin-on-the-sms-field-tickets-330653041147

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0B44A5A82DA0F49-rockin2

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Attention 5th Grade Parents: 6th Grade Camp Sign-Up

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May Events at the Strongsville Library

***Please note the following May 2022 events being held on ZOOM virtually and presented by the Strongsville Branch Library. Registration and an email address are required for all events for us to send you the Zoom invitation. Please call (440) 238-5530 to register or for more information. Customers may also visit www.cuyahogalibrary.org to register and to see more library event information.

English as a Second Language. IN PERSON Thursdays & Fridays from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Aspire Greater Cleveland is once again teaching IN-PERSON classes to help non-native speakers learn English and validate their skills. Students must attend an ESOL/Citizenship orientation session before beginning ESOL or citizenship classes. If you are interested in attending these ESOL classes, please call Aspire at 833.277.4732 to register.

Young at Heart Book Club. Tuesday, May 3rd / 7:00 p.m. Register online. IN PERSON.
A book club for adults who love Children's and Teen books. The title for this month’s discussion is Linked by Gordon Korman.

Computer Classes
Cuyahoga County Public Library offers computer classes for beginners to advanced. Classes are currently being held in-person as well as some VIRTUALLY which requires a web browser and an internet connection. There is no additional software to download. Google Chrome is the recommended browser. A valid email address is required for registration. Registrants will receive an email with a link to join the class at least an hour before the start time. Registration opens 30 days before the start of the class and closes prior to the start of the class. To see a full class list, descriptions, and to register, please visit
https://www.cuyahogalibrary.org/Events/Computer-Classes/2021-Virtual-and-In-Person-classes.aspx
Strongsville Branch IN-PERSON classes:
Wednesday, May 11th / 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Excel 1.
Thursday, May 19th / 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Excel 1.
Saturday, May 21st / 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Windows 10.


Storytimes:
IN-PERSON Storytimes.
Strongsville Branch Library has resumed some Spring storytimes in-person. Join us for rhymes, songs, fingerplays and stories. Group is small and registration is required. Please register each child separately. Only the participating child and one caregiver will be admitted to the program (no siblings, please), due to social distancing space requirements. In-person programs may be held over Zoom if required by CDC and CCPL guidelines. Participants may be recorded and/or surveyed to capture this program’s effectiveness. Learn more about parent options at www.cuyahogalibrary.org/parent-options. To check for in-person storytime availability, please check our schedule online or call (440) 238-5530.

Zoom Virtual Preschool Storytime. Age 3-5. Tuesday, May 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st from 11:30 a.m. – 12:00.
Join us for rhymes, songs, fingerplays, and stories. You must register online to receive the Zoom link.

Zoom Virtual Family Storytime. Thursday, May 12th, 19th, and 26th from 7:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Join us for rhymes, songs, fingerplays, and stories. You must register online to receive the Zoom link.

Studio Orientation. Saturday, May 14th from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. / VIRTUAL or Monday, May 16th from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. / IN-PERSON.
Have you ever thought about recording your own music, making a video, digitizing memories and more? The Strongsville Branch Library is home to both Audio and Video Recording studios that can help you do just that! You must go through an orientation to use the spaces. Patrons 11 & up can participate in the orientation and must turn in the User Agreement form at the branch for the orientation to count. Register online to attend the virtual or in-person sessions.

Wednesday Evening Book Discussion. Wednesday, May 18th / 7:00 p.m. IN PERSON.
Our Wednesday Evening Book Discussion meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Strongsville Branch Library. We welcome all adults interested in reading and discussing great books! Our next discussion title will be Anxious People by Frederick Backman. Copies of the book will be available for check-out at the circulation desk of the Strongsville Branch Library.

Stomp, Chomp, & Roar. Ages 3 - 5. Saturday, May 21st / 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. IN PERSON.
Come explore DINOSAURS! Stories, center-based hands-on activities, and a craft will be presented. WARNING! You will get messy!

Monday Afternoon Book Discussion. Monday, May 23rd / 2:30 p.m. IN PERSON.
The Monday Afternoon Book Discussion meets at 2:30 p.m. in the Library on the 4th Monday of each month. No registration required. New members always welcome. We welcome all adults interested in reading and discussing great books! Our next discussion title will be Finding Dorothy: a Novel by Elizabeth Letts. Copies of the book will be available for check-out at the circulation desk.

Sewing Basics for Teens and Tweens. Grades 5 – 12. Monday, May 23rd / 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. IN-PERSON.
Learn basic sewing skills and make your own sunglasses case. Participants will learn to identify machine components, thread a needle and will have the opportunity to experiment with different stitch styles. Participants may be recorded and/or surveyed to capture program's effectiveness. More information can be found at www.cuyahogalibrary.org/parent-options. All participants must complete a Release & Hold Harmless form. Registration is required and will open one month before the program date.

Women in Jazz with Hip to That. Tuesday, May 24th / 7:00 p.m. IN PERSON.
Join the Hip to That trio for an immersive concert experience featuring jazz music performed and/or written by women. The band will not only perform the music but discuss the impact these women made on the genre and characteristics of their performances and work. Space is limited to allow for social distancing. Registration is required.

Blood Drive. Thursday, May 26th / 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.
In just an hour of your time you can help save up to three lives. Make sure hospital patients get the treatment they need. Donate blood today. For more information or to make an appointment, visit www.redcrossblood.org or call the American Red Cross at 800-RED-CROSS (800-733-2767).