As positive cases of COVID-19 numbers dramatically continue to climb, especially after Christmas gatherings school districts are trying to stay ahead of the COVID trend and are being forced to make some hard but health safety decisions. Today Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon made the announcement that students will learn remotely from January […]

As many of us watched in disbelief Wednesday as Trump supporters seized the U.S. Capitol Building, one may have to wonder do these people have a job? Man Seen Taking Selfies At Pelosi’s Desk During Riots Arrested Furthermore, if they do, it surly cannot be one for a government agency especially since they may be […]

Ohio K-12 students are going on an extended spring break after Mar. 16 due to the coronavirus outbreak, so the Cleveland Metropolitan School District is doing its part to help children in both the east and west side of the city. The district has released some guidelines, along with a list of locations, on how […]

CLEVELAND– Emergency crews responded to a school on Cleveland’s east side Monday afternoon. About 14 students at Anton Grdina School were given marijuana gummy bears, the Cleveland Division of Police said. Paramedics took nine children who were complaining of illness to Rainbow Babies And Children’s Hospital, according to police. They ranged in age from 5 […]

CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Metropolitan School District dismissed students at five schools early on Monday because of the heat. Those schools are: Iowa-Maple Elementary School Newton D. Baker School of the Arts Sunbeam School Tremont Montessori Valley View Boys’ Leadership Academy The schools will follow normal early-dismissal procedures.   READ MORE: Article Courtesy of WJW […]

CLEVELAND – Students at Max Hayes High School presented the City of Cleveland with a refurbished police cruiser that they repaired after it was damaged during the Cavs championship celebrations. Students in the Auto Collision Repair program spent the last year and a half dismantling and rebuilding the cruiser. Fans jumped on the hood and […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – As it does every year, on Thursday the Ohio Department of Education(ODE) published report cards for school districts and schools for the 2016-2017 school year. According to a news release from the ODE, “Districts and schools were graded on six components for the 2016-2017 school year. The components are Achievement, Progress, Gap Closing, Graduation Rate, […]

CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Metropolitan School District board will not be voting on the $250 million nuCLEus project at Tuesday’s board meeting as originally planned. The project, being developed by Stark Enterprises, would add a 54-story tower complete with businesses, restaurants, a hotel and apartments. CMSD said a meeting is being scheduled between city and county officials […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Two Cleveland mothers said they are “livid” after seeing video of their teenage daughters being “inappropriately” grabbed by a Cleveland Metropolitan School District security officer. Cleveland 19’s Chris Tanaka talked to Chief Investigator Carl Monday about the story in the above video. To protect the identities of the mothers and their […]

CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Metropolitan School District and the Cleveland Teachers Union reached a tentative deal in the collective bargaining agreement, the school system announced on Monday. The two parties came to a deal in August after about 21 hours of talks, which averted a strike. But teachers rejected that offer by a vote of 51.4 […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Sixty-one employees of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District were scammed out of their paychecks earlier this week. The district received notice on Jan. 13 that some of their employees were the victim of an email spoofing scam that resulted in their direct deposit paychecks being sent to an unknown third party […]

COLUMBUS – It’s F’s across the board for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. The district received failing grades in each of the 16 categories on the Ohio Department of Education’s report cards out Thursday morning. Grades are awarded in a variety of what are dubbed “performance measures,”  including graduation rates, overall achievement, if the achievement gap […]