Monday, February 13, 2006

Shaw HS College Bound Program Important links for Selecting a College

Web Resources for Finding a College and Links to Colleges and Universities Select the find a college link and search for a school that fits you using the Peterson’s website search tools or To find a college based on your personal criteria Find a College Search Tool from College Best Colleges based on U.S. News and World Report with links to the College Websites Find websites for schools in USA and Canada Complete College Website List Links to Ohio Schools Links to Online Colleges

These are just a few sites. There are MILLIONS of websites designed to help you find a college. You can search for more of these sites.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

CMSD School Board Meeting

CLEVELAND BOARD OF EDUCATION’S FEBRUARY meeting will be held on Thursday February 9th at Andrew J. Rickoff, 3500 E. 147th Street. Work Session begins at 4 PM Business session begins at 6:30 PM. To confirm the meeting time, date and location call 574-8585 or visit

Directions to School: 3500 East 147th Street 44120I-77 South to Harvard Avenue exit and turn left. Proceed on Harvard to East 147th Street and turn left. Take E. 147th Street to Kinsman Avenue and proceed to school. School parking is on East 146th Street.

Cleveland Leadership Summit – Education Committee

Cleveland Leadership Summit – Education Committee
Next MEETING: February 28, 2005 6:30 p.m.

At Slavic Village Development Corporation, 5620 Broadway Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. (at the intersection of Broadway and 55th) (PH. 216-429-1182). Parking is available in back. The meeting will be held on the floor.

Attention parents: Do You have concerns or questions about your child’s school? Do you want to be meaningfully involved at the school but are not sure how? We want to hear from you. Come and find support and from other parents and community members.

Who are we? The Education Committee of the Cleveland Leadership Summit has continued to meet since the November 2004 Summit. We are parents, grandparents, concerned citizens and staff of community organizations.

The Education Committee’s purpose is to promote parent and community leadership in creating meaningful involvement in our schools to enhance the education of our children and in turn, revitalize the City of Cleveland. Please join us at our next meeting. All are welcome.

For more information contact Ian Heisey at 671-2710 or, Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Concerned Partners in Education Meeting Topic CMSD Superintendent/ CEO

Come One! Come All! Concerned Citizens…


Do You Care? Do YOU really Care?
Come show your support; let’s be fair to our deserving children. We all have a stake in our children’s future and their safe and secure learning environment.
Each school must have the same opportunity to achieve the highest standards of academic excellence.

You are cordially invited to attend our next
“Concerned Partners in Education” Crucial Meeting
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2006
Location: Harvard Community Center
18240 Harvard Avenue / Cleveland, OH
Time: 10:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
TOPIC: Superintendent/Chief Executive Officer
Cleveland Municipal School District
Guest, Chris Webb
Up and Coming Poet, Cleveland School of the Arts

We are a caring grass roots organization of educators, business owners, parents, students and community whose main objective is in the best education and the safety of our children, founded by Mrs. Gwendolyn Blake Norfleet, retired Principal, as a result of a mandate from the School Board to have “Community Involvement” in the search for our school district’s new Superintendent.

It is blatantly evident that the Superintendent/CEO has an immediate impact on the lives of our children who will later become our “Future America,” hence; it is our mission to make sure that this person, male or female, has a heartfelt, vested interest in the education of the whole child/student. We must not overlook the creative, talented, highly immaculate qualifications of Educators within our own surrounding areas and regional jurisdictions. Let us embark upon this task with passion and dedication for our “kids.” Show your loving heart for the Cleveland Municipal Public School system.


RSVP: Contact: Mrs. Gwendolyn Blake Norfleet
Chairperson, Concerned Partners in Education (CPIE)
Phone: 1-877-280-1644 e-mail:

Sunday, February 05, 2006

SHAW HS College Bound Program

IMPORTANT CBP LINKS (HS Graduation Test Site) (OGT Student Resources Site) (East Cleveland Public Library – Tons of resources and free computer classes—be sure to check out the homework help) (Cleveland Scholarship Programs) (Ohio Public Library Website) (College Admission Exam Preparation, Academic Subject Reviews, and Career Skill Tutorials)