Tuesday, March 31 - Tudor House, 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
Wednesday, April 22 - Tudor House, 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
Wednesday, June 3 - Tudor House, 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
Through our partnership with Cleveland International Piano Competition, we are pleased to host a free three-part listening series designed to help both serious and casual classical music fans take their interest and knowledge to a higher level in a fun, low-key environment. Each session will include demonstrations, time for questions and discussion as well as light refreshments.
CCIS and University School have partnered to present this panel discussion on all aspects of aging. The panel of specialists will cover topics including how to medically age successfully, how to manage your parent’s or loved one’s aging, planning and legal issues, as well as the financial aspects of aging. It will be moderated by clinical psychologist and author Mark McConville, Ph.D. View the flyer here.
Br. Richard Fish Fry!
Re-Enrollment Information to Be Sent in Early March
Parents, be on the lookout for an email in early March with all the details on re-enrolling your child for the 2020-2021 school year.
Registration for Camp Gilmour Summer Camp Offerings Is Open!
Camp Gilmour offers Preschool Camp (ages 3-5), Day Camp (ages 5-12), sports and experiential camps such as nature, outdoor adventure, robotics and theater camps, and more.
Camps offered June 1-July 31.
Enrichment courses available. Optional complimentary enrichment or tutoring offered each morning for day campers.
Semester 1 report cards for Lower, Middle and Upper School students will be available online by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, January 22. If you have trouble accessing grade reports, please contact Jim Gutowski at (440) 473-8138 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for Winter WonderDay, our Lower School Community Open House, for a fun-filled afternoon of hands-on activities:
- battling custom-built robots in ourbattle bots arenas and learning how to program using Minecraft - a mini putt-putt course, trampolines, basketball, shuffleboard and other physical activities in the gym - the chance to try out instruments from around the world and participate in a drum circle in the music room - reading to trained service dogs in the library - making prayer intention bracelets inscribed with the names of family members or friends - the chance to complete a “make-and-take” in our drawing center, create a Chihuly-inspired bowl form, or to build and create a sculpture in our sculpture center - inspecting a beehive and dressing up in a beekeeper suit!
You’ll also be able to check out what the other grade levels have been up to and see firsthand how the exciting enhancements to the curriculum are being implemented in the Lower School!
We hope you’ll bring your friends and neighbors, too, and let them see what makes our Lower School so special!
In order to help spread the word, your child brought home several postcards for you to hand out to family and friends (there was also a separate postcard included for you with all the event details to hang on your refrigerator or bulletin board). Additionally, we handed out yard signs. We’d love if you’d place one in your yard to help advertise this fun family event. If you didn’t receive one or live in a busy area and could use extra signs, feel free to stop in to the school office to pick one (or more) up!
Thanks for your help getting the word out and we look forward to seeing your family at Winter WonderDay on Sunday, January 26!