John Marshall SOE - Monthly Update
Read Across America is March 2, a year-round program that can fit reading fun into your calendar daily, weekly, or monthly and includes big celebrations of reading on March 2 and throughout National Reading Month in March.
The titles and resources featured by NEA’s Read Across America include books that students can see themselves reflected in and books that allow readers to see a world or a character that might be different from them.
The Read Across America website includes the digital Read Across America calendar, suggestions for diverse books, reading activities, and events, reading tips for parents and guest readers, and booklists to help connect children and their families to various books, languages, and cultures and spread the joy of reading.
CLASS OF 2023
Senior Dues are now due!
Please provide your contact information so we can reach you for school cancellations, emergencies or instant notification of your child’s absence from school.
Become a Parent Ambassador!
CMSD is hiring Parent Ambassadors to support all our schools.
This position is part-time (15 to 25 hours a week), you must be a parent or legal guardian of a child currently enrolled at Cleveland Metropolitan School District, and engaged at your child's school. It pays $15 an hour.
Please speak to your school administrator about your desire to apply for this position.
Click here to fill out the application.
Contact Carla Hempstead, Director of FACE, for more information. 216.278.8705 email@example.com
Family and Student Opportunities
Call United Way’s 2-1-1 line for help with basic needs
United Way of Greater Cleveland’s 2-1-1 HelpLink is a free, anonymous referral service that handles calls from those who need help accessing resources such as housing support, utility assistance, mental health services, food, and much more.
Using United Way's 2-1-1 HelpLink is a simple, friendly, free, and confidential experience. People in need of assistance call 2-1-1 and one of United Way's 2-1-1 navigation specialists will ask a series of questions.
The navigation specialists develop customized plans using a database of more than 16,000 government, health, and human services programs.
Depending on the program, the navigation specialist follows up with the caller after a few hours or days to ensure the information provided was accurate and accessible.
Those who wish to do so can also chat online with a 2-1-1 navigation specialist by visiting https://www.211oh.org/.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, 2-1-1 has received more than 200,000 calls.
Callers who are seeking vaccination-related resources, referrals, and assistance can call 2-1-1 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and select option 3 to speak directly with a staff member trained to provide the information. During extended hold times, callers can select a callback feature.
Upcoming Dates - Semester 2
Mar. 1 - SAT Testing Grade 11
Mar. 17 - End of 3rd marking period
Mar. 20-Mar. 24 - Spring Break
Apr. 7 - Good Friday, No School
Apr. 26 - Parent Teacher Conferences, Early Dismissal
May 1 - College Decision Day
May 5 - Prom
May 29 - Memorial Day, No School
Jun. 3 - Graduation
Jun. 5 - Last Day of School
Graduation Requirements for Class of 2023
Take and earn a minimum of 22 credits in specified subjects and take required tests. Students must also receive economics and financial literacy instruction and complete at least two semesters of fine arts.
Show competency by earning a passing score on Ohio’s high school Algebra I and English II tests. Additional options are available for those students who do not test well.
Show readiness by earning two diploma seals that align with the student's interests and goals. These seals allow the student to demonstrate academic, technical, and professional skills and knowledge that align with their passions, interests, and planned next steps after high school.
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Profile of a Graduate
- Exhibits Creativity and Innovation
- Skilled at Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
- Possesses an Academic Mindset
- Prepared for Global Citizenship
- Skilled at Collaborating
- Literate in Communication and Information Technology
- Exhibits Social and Cross Cultural Empathy
John Marshall School of Engineering's Mission & Vision
The mission and vision of John Marshall School of Engineering is to provide a safe, collaborative environment where scholars are encouraged to be innovative thinkers that contribute to the technological advancement of our community. Stakeholders will engage, encourage, and empower our scholars to take ownership of their learning through a rigorous, mastery-based curriculum, with a focus on engineering principles.
CMSD's Vision for Learning
CMSD has embarked on a new Vision for Learning that is designed to be more personalized, engage students more deeply, and give them more control of their learning. Examples of strategies include hands-on mini-projects that students research and present in demonstrations of learning critiqued by adult volunteers. Or Civics 2.0, in which students organize issues forums, blog, and participate in other activities that allow them not to just learn civics but live civics.
The Vision comprises four elements:
- Competency-based Education, which focuses on the mastery of standards
- Schools without Walls, flexible use of time, place, technology, and talent for anywhere, anytime learning
- Whole Human Learning, incorporating student and educator social, emotional, and cultural wellness
- Personalized Learner Pathways, equitable, student-centered career development
2022-23 CMSD Academic Calendar
Early College Early Career Manufacturing Program
ACE Mentoring Program