Have a great summer Cleveland City Schools!
Today is National School Lunch Hero Day! We want to celebrate our school cafeteria employees and thank them for the work they do. Every one of them is an important part of our school nutrition team and their love for the students and commitment to their work shines through every day. They work hard to ensure our students are getting the nutrition they need to be successful in their classrooms and beyond. Thank you School Lunch Hero's! #SLHD22
We are monitoring the potential for severe weather conditions on Wednesday, April 6. School will be on a regular schedule, but due to the threat of severe weather, Cleveland City Schools will cancel all after-school activities on Wednesday, April 6. Please be weather aware.
Raider Rescue Mobile Clinic: Today the COVID testing program at CCS will become mobile. CCS has acquired a mobile testing clinic to serve students and faculty through the continued unknowns of the pandemic. You can learn more here: clv.city/raiderrescue
Cleveland City Schools is proud to announce that Mr. Robert E. Pritchard will serve as the next Principal of Cleveland High School. The full press release can be found here: clv.city/pritchard
Cleveland City Schools will operate on a 2 hour delay today, Wednesday, February 23, 2022 due to flooding conditions. Busses will run 2 hours later than their normally scheduled time.
Cleveland City Schools will resume a regular school day tomorrow, Thursday, January 20, 2022. We look forward to having everyone back in the building.
Due to the high level of staff absences, Cleveland City Schools will be closed on Wednesday, January 19, 2022.
Due to the possibility of icy road conditions in the morning, Tuesday, January 18th Cleveland City Schools will be closed. This will include all after school activities as well.
Cleveland City Schools will be closed on Monday, January 17, 2022 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Classes resume on Tuesday, January 18, 2022.
Congratulations to our District Supervisor of the Year - Joel Barnes and our District Principal of the Year - Stephanie Stone.
Congratulations to our District Level Teachers of the Year! Rob Jenkins from Stuart Elementary, Ali Creel from CMS, and Susan Rodriquez from CHS
Congratulations to the 2022 officers that were voted into term last night at the school board meeting. We are so thankful for our board members for their leadership and vision for our system!
Cleveland High School is hiring for the 2022-2023 school year. Apply at clv.city/careers.
Due to freezing temperatures, the wind chill approaching single digits, and the possibility of icy road conditions, Friday, January 7th we will be closed. This will include all afterschool activities as well.
Cleveland City Schools will be closed on Thursday, January 6, 2022 due to forecasted inclement weather. All after-school activities are canceled. Please be weather aware.
Congratulations to Hal Taylor, Director of Operations, on being recognized as one of two RISE award nominees from the Tennessee Department of Education. https://www.tn.gov/education/news/2021/11/12/two-tennessee-district-staff-nominated-for-national-award-recognizing-inspiring-school-employees.html
Cleveland City Schools proudly announces our partnership with STAFFEZ beginning on December 1, 2021. As the largest education-only staffing firm in the United States, STAFFEZ delivers custom staffing solutions to partnering school districts to ensure that students receive quality, continuous educational opportunities. STAFFEZ will provide Cleveland City Schools with qualified and trained substitute teachers and teacher assistants. For over a decade, STAFFEZ has built a solid reputation as a reliable and proven industry leader. STAFFEZ began in 2005 with the goal of helping partner districts save money by providing affordable solutions for their substitute workforce needs. Now, a decade later, they serve over 500 school districts in both urban and rural areas across multiple states. They provide over 40 different classes of educational staffing roles and place between 11,000 and 15,000 Educational Professionals daily. Their focus remains on providing the best educational staffing solutions possible so that partner districts can focus on what matters most: their students. STAFFEZ plans to serve Cleveland City Schools by employing the brightest and most qualified Educational Professionals from Cleveland and the surrounding areas. They are pleased to bring more jobs to the region, and they offer a wide range of voluntary benefits to their employees, including health insurance and a 401(k) retirement savings plan. STAFFEZ will provide a great boost to the local workforce by providing training, scheduling flexibility, ongoing development opportunities, and more. Cleveland City Schools anticipates a great partnership with STAFFEZ and looks forward to working with them to serve the students and the community of Cleveland and Bradley County, TN. To learn more about STAFFEZ or to find details about becoming an Educational Professional, please visit https://my.staffez.org. If you have any questions about this partnership please email Kelly Kiser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#CCSNewTeacherFeature While many new teachers come from our local area or even graduate from Cleveland City Schools, we sometimes get the opportunity to add staff that aren’t so close to their home. Chris Alvarez is a new 3rd grade teacher at E.L. Ross Elementary and we were excited to sit down with her. You can read the full article here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ogueq4G54Ae5EGif_6yL5CKMQHyHAQr2/view?usp=sharing
Congratulations to Ann Collins at Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School on her STEM grant! You can read more about it here https://www.clevelandschools.org/o/cherokee/article/542871