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 The Primary School playground has  been jazzed up with some engaging games on the courtyard. First grade teacher Kathy Fuss was awarded a CPIE grant in April for her grant application “Empower the Play, Empower the Mind!”

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PREPARATION for the new school year began with preparation for a worst-case scenario for employees of Cleveland Schools during a “welcome back” general assembly held Monday morning at the Event Center. Cleveland Police Officer Jeremiah Godfrey gives high school social studies teacher Bob Ban…

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 OSU football players Bryce Bray left tackle, Carson Kropp linebacker, Spencer Sanders QB, Braden Cassity defensive end and Cleveland Youth football coaches and players helped out with a three day youth football camp. The camp was held Thursday through Saturday to help teach these young men …

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 Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s 64th annual band camp recently attracted 439 students from four states to the Weatherford campus for Oklahoma’s oldest and longest-running band camp. Camp director Marc Mueller said the students auditioned for placement in six concert bands and parti…

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As the days of summer are disappearing, Cleveland Schools are preparing for the start of a new term.  One of the significant options being offered to local students is enrollment in Cleveland’s new Virtual Academy.

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 Cleveland Community Partners (formerly Cleveland Rotary Club) recently invited the recipients of their annual scholastic scholarships to their weekly luncheon. Introductions were made  and students expressed their appreciation. The recipients are Chelsey Hughes, Destiny Wade, Ashlyn Seek an…

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Recent US Marine Corps graduate Lance Corporal Jed Stockton is shown receiving the Chesty Puller Award, recognizing the best physical fitness in the platoon and platoon leadership. (Puller, the award’s namesake, is the most decorated Marine of all time). Jed graduated basic training in San D…

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Brooke Bergman. a second year medical student at Oklahoma State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed her Summer Rural Externship with Dr. Perry Evans Jr. D.O. at Evans Clinic in Cleveland. The purpose of the summer rural externship is to  inspire current medial students to …

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Cleveland Superintendent of Schools Dr. Aaron Espolt is headed to Chicago where he will be attending a national superintendent’s meeting. While there he will give a presentation about the new online school Cleveland is implementing. In addition, he will be one of only three Oklahoma superint…

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CLEVELAND SONIC is excited to have three employees who each received $1,000 scholastic scholarships from Sonic Corp. The three recipients are Joseph Potts, Ben Potts and Skyla Surrell. 

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 During May’s annual year-end breakfast with the complete faculty and staff of Cleveland Schools, Superintendent Aaron Espolt recognized Sarah McArthur with the “Superintendent’s Award” and expressed his appreciation for her upbeat spirit and contributions to the school system. Mrs. McArthur…

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 After a successful first season of an after-school program,  Tiger Club will be offering a free month long summer camp to Cleveland School District students in third through eighth grades.

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The tradition of flinging graduation caps into the air helped the CHS Class of 2019 solidify the conclusion of their senior year at commencement ceremonies held Saturday.

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The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA) is pleased to announce Dr. Alan Baker of Cleveland Public Schools as the 2019 OASA District 4 Assistant Superintendent/Central Office Administrator of the Year. Dr. Baker will be recognized at the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma Schoo…

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Enrollment is now open for any 3rd – 8th graders attending Cleveland Public Schools to attend Tiger Club Summer Camp. Students must have completed 3rd grade.  The camp will be held at the Cleveland Intermediate School from June 3rd through July 3rd. There is no cost to attend. Transportation…

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 Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s 63rd annual band camp recently attracted 442 students from six states to the Weatherford campus for Oklahoma’s oldest and longest-running band camp. Camp director Marc Mueller said the students auditioned for placement in six concert bands and partic…

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Cleveland Public Schools has announced the enrollment period for the Pre-Kindergarten program still is open and will continue until all spots are full.

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Students from Central Tech’s Drumright and Sapulpa campuses earned 18 team and individual awards in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) state competition on March 14 in Tulsa, OK. Among those 18 awards, four teams and five individuals placed first, moving them on to the BPA national …

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Area musicians were among students from 35 Oklahoma high schools and junior highs competing in the recent Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA) District Music Contest hosted by Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa.

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 It was a bittersweet night for a longtime board member at Monday’s montly meeting of the board of education, and a few tears were shed.

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The Cleveland Board of Education accepted the resignation of Executive Director of Curriculum Joanna Lein at its monthly board meeting. Lein’s resignation is effective June 30.

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 Two juvenile boys are facing felony charges after they broke into three buildings on the Cleveland Public Schools campus on Saturday, officials say.

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Voters in Prue, Okla. approved annexation into the Central Technology Center School District during elections held Tuesday, Oct. 10. As a result, the Prue school district will send high aschool students to the tech center next fall. Adults may start enrolling in classes as early as January 2018.

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The City of Cleveland is expanding the school zone around the campus. The school zone now will include an extra block around the perimeter of the multi-school complex.

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 It’s back-to-school time and for Barbara Walker Abbott, that means returning to her Alma Mater to do one of her favorite things — play the piano.

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 Gregory Yoast of Cleveland, Okla., recently began his journey to earn a DVM degree from Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. Yoast is one of 106 students in the class of 2021 and the son of Douglas Yoast of Springfield, Mo., and Virginia Yoast of Mannford, Okla.

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 Before Tiffany Windholz and Corbin Sizemore head off to college, Bob Hurley Ford’s Scott Rusher offered them congratulations as the first winners of the CPIE/Bob Hurley Scholarship — $500 each. Both students are 2017 Cleveland High School graduates. CPIE, Cleveland Partners In Education, wo…

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Piper Fisher of TK's Grand Boers exhibited the 2017 National Grand Champion Fullblood Doe of the Junior American Boer Goat Association show in Grand Island, NE this summer. Piper was also named the JABGA National Reserve Champion Premiere Exhibitor. Piper has been showing boer goats since sh…

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The Cleveland Board of Education met in regular session at 7 p.m., Monday, July 10 in the Administration Building. President Danny Ward called the meeting to order; present were Terry Spears, Cindy Lock, and Trudy Swalley. Richard Forbes was absent.

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Changes continue throughout the buildings in the Cleveland school system. Above, for safety and security measures, the entryway to Cleveland Primary School is being overhauled. The new entry, like all other reconfigured entries at local school buildings, will require a guest to the school to…

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Cleveland Schools is in the process of applying for a 5-year federal grant to support after school and summer school programming, totaling upwards of $1 million for the school district to provide these experiences for students. School leaders identified these programs as a need because stude…

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During a brief special meeting of the Cleveland Board of Education held the morning of June 15, local educator Jeremy McKinney was hired to be the new principal at Cleveland Intermediate School.

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Cleveland native Taylor Spears, 20, is expected to run for the title of Miss Rodeo Oklahoma from July 19-22 in Woodward, in conjunction with the 87th annual Woodward Elks Rodeo.

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 CHS graduate Cheyenne Bartling on Monday night attended the Hard Rock Hotel’s formal reception for the annual Henry P. Iba Awards.