Cleveland Journal

Junior class wins tickets to see ‘Hamilton’

Brandon Teeny, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2018

Last June, Humanities teachers Andy Coughran and Lauren Stark and librarian Lee Micklin submitted an application for the opportunity for juniors to participate in the Hamilton Education program, which included seeing the play,...

Students try to maintain work-life balance

Andrew Cornel, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2018

Much like getting your driver’s license or your first kiss, getting your first job is a rite of passage for teens. The reasons for wanting to work are varied. Students are willing to sacrifice personal time to show their independence...

More Eagles join the flock

February 16, 2018

Christine Allison Position: Student teacher Why Cleveland?“I was an engineer before getting back into school and was interested in the STEM program in Cleveland.” Hobbies: “I do yoga, I hike with my dog, and I do calligraphy work for weddings as gifts and for res...

Math teacher Joseph Lenzo enters grades into Echo on Nov. 28. Lenzo uses his prep periods and advisory time to help students with their work and to get organized for his next classes.

Slow grades irk students

December 8, 2017

New athletic director implements mandatory study hall

Kezia Cook, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017

Student-athletes have a full time job of maintaining academically acceptable grades while fulfilling their duties on the court or field. With the pressure of meeting the standards in both areas, Cleveland is now requiring sports...

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