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Cleveland Staff...Go Tigers!
Pictured below are the 2013-2014 Cleveland Elementary School staff members. Click on the image below to view a larger picture of our awesome staff.
2014 8th Graders
Congratulations to the 2014 Eighth Grade Class! We wish them the best of luck as they begin high school. Click on the image below to view a larger size picture of our eighth graders.
2014 Kennedy Games
Cleveland School students participated in the 36th annual Kennedy Games at Delta College on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Approximately 1,000 students from 30 Stockton Unified School District schools participated in the Kennedy Games at the Delta track. Students participated in various events, including: running long jump, soccer kicks, foot races, relays, and softball throws. Many of our outstanding young athletes earned medals during the event. We wanted to extend a special thanks to the many teachers, parents, and students who attended! The event was a huge success.
Our Cleveland Team also earned a second place trophy for their marching performance during the Opening Parade.
To view pictures from the event click on the image below.
Hope Street Program Visits Cleveland
The Hope Street program visited Cleveland Elementary School on Thursday, April 24, 2014. The program is designed to provide mentors and school supplies for eighth grade students as they embark their high school and college career. Students from the University of the Pacific visited our eighth graders and provided them with advice and backpacks filled with school supplies.
Initially founded in 2011 by Kyle Sasai, a senior at the University of the Pacific, volunteers from the Hope Street program have now been visiting Cleveland Elementary School eighth graders for the past four years. The visits from student mentors from the UOP has now become a yearly tradition at our school. The program has also expanded to serve other schools in Stockton Unified School District.
Our eighth grade students were excited to gain some insight into the high school and college experience. The UOP students answered many spirited questions from our eighth graders. In addition, the UOP students also provided contact information for our students to continue mentoring the students throughout the next school year.
To read more about the Hope Street program, click on the following link: Hope Street
To view pictures from the event, please click on the image below.
2014 Rotary Read In
On Thursday, February 27, 2014 Cleveland Elementary School students in grades Kindergarten through 4th grade participated in the Rotary Read In. The Rotary Read In is an annual event wherein community members are invited to buy a book and read it to an elementary class. The volunteers spent about 30 minutes reading and discussing the story with our classes. Students answered the volunteers questions about the stories and shared their love of reading. We wanted to thank all of the volunteers who visited our school and our staff who helped organize the event. Thanks to everyone for making this event a success.
To view pictures from the Rotary Read In please click on the image below.
Cleveland Elementary School improved by SIX points from last year's API of 712. Cleveland Elementary's API is now 718! Last year, Mrs. Mohammadkhan and Dr. Ceja promised our students they would kiss a frog if our school made a five point API improvement. Our students surpassed the API goal, which means Mrs. Mohammadkhan and Dr. Ceja both kissed a frog at award assemblies on October 10th and 11th.
Cleveland Elementary School's API Report
The California Department of Education has released the Academic Performance Index (API) reports for all public schools in California. Cleveland Elementary School improved by SIX points from last year's API of 712. Cleveland Elementary's API is now 718!
Last year, Mrs. Mohammadkhan and Dr. Ceja promised our students they would kiss a frog if our school made a five point API improvement. Our students surpassed the API goal, which means Mrs. Mohammadkhan and Dr. Ceja will both soon be puckering up to kiss a frog.
To view the full Academic Performance Index Report on the California Department of Education web site click on the link below.
Back to School Night
On Thursday, August 29, 2013 from 5:00 to 7:30 pm, Cleveland Elementary School invited all parents and students to attend Back to School Night. There were over 300 parents in attendance who took advantage of this opportunity to learn more about their children's classroom.
Among items our teachers discussed were classroom rules, homework policies, field trips, and schoolwide incentive programs. Teachers invited parents to become active participants in their child's classroom. In addition, Mrs. Mohammadkhan and Dr. Ceja also presented parents with information regarding the Title One Program, Cleveland Elementary School's academic progress, and information regarding our Readiness and Emergency Management School Plan.
During the event, parents received a free hot dog dinner provided by volunteers from Central United Methodist Church. We wanted to extend a big thank you to all of our teachers, parents, and volunteers who made this event a success. To view pictures from the event click on the image below.
The Cleveland School community provides a high level, standards-based education ensuring all students achieve their full academic potential and become responsible, respectful citizens and leaders in a global society.
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