Cleveland seniors! Don’t forget these important dates: Nov. 12 – 14: Senior Package Payment #3 due at the Senior Kiosk at lunch. Nov. 17 – 21: Senior Spirit Week AND Senior Favorites voting on the Quad at lunch. Dec. 4 : Senior Skate Night from 6 pm to 8:30 pm at Skateland.
At the end of last month, Governor Jerry Brown signed the bill “Yes is Yes,” making California the first state to have a clear definition of consent. The bill was first proposed by State Senator Kevin de Leon. His goal was to make public colleges safer learning environments. In a statement he said, “Every student deserves a learning environment that[Read More…]
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) officials announced the passing of comprehensive reform regarding fighting and other offenses this August. Effective this school year, students who get into fights at school, commit minor acts of theft or vandalism, or are found in possession of alcohol or marijuana will be referred to counseling services or community leaders rather than ticketed and[Read More…]
On Aug. 9 an unarmed black teenager was shot and killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, sparking protests. Police militarized in response to these protests, fueling uproar across the country and discussion about racial profiling and police brutality in America. Police officer Darren Wilson shot unarmed Michael Brown as he was exiting a convenience store. After the murder,[Read More…]
Cleveland seniors! The month of October is full of important dates, so remember the following: OCT. 1 – 2: Senior Movie Morning and Senior BBQ Ticket Sales for non-package holders at nutrittion in H18. OCT. 8 – 10: Package Payment #2 due at the Senior Kiosk at lunch. When this payment is paid, packagae holders will receive their Senior Movie[Read More…]
The 2014-15 school year at Cleveland began with many changes, from new teachers to a shift in administration. These changes are important because it is useful to know which administrators are in charge of different responsibilities. The school’s smooth operation is dependent on a team of admistrators overseeing different aspects of the school. Herman Clay was Cleveland’s principal, but retired[Read More…]
LAUSD attempted to implement a new online student tracking system, My Integrated Student Information System(MiSiS), resulting in calamity at Cleveland High School and around the district. MiSiS is a computer database that theoretically manages attendance, grades, class schedules and other student information for all LAUSD students in grades K-12. The implementation of this system has been challenging, causing over 45,000[Read More…]