District News
Requesting Bus Transportation for the 2017-2018 School Year
Please return a completed Transportation Request Form for each scholar to the Transportation Department by May 12th to guarantee busing. Call (216) 336-6586 or (216) 295-7851 with any questions or concerns. 
WHCSD and the City of Warrensville Heights to Host Community Engagement Forum: Building Our Future on May 4
Please join Superintendent of Schools Donald J. Jolly II and Warrensville Heights Mayor Bradley Sellers as they share details surrounding the District's building plan and recent visit from the Ohio Department of Education. Additionally, attendees will have a chance to have ask questions!

- All Highland Hills, North Randall and Warrensville Heights residents are strongly encouraged to attend.

To RSVP, send an email with your name and contact information to rsvp@whcsd.org.

Light refreshments will be provided.
WHCSD Seeking 100 Volunteers to Help Scholars with Reading Comprehension
In April 2017, the Warrensville Heights City School District implemented Tiger 100, a volunteer program that seeks to assist scholars in becoming lifelong readers and critical thinkers. The District hopes to place 100 committed volunteers in classrooms who will mentor scholars and help improve literacy skills while inspiring confidence and encouraging success. 
WHCSD to Host District-Wide STEAM Fair on May 17
Please join us on Wednesday, May 17 from 5 - 7:30 p.m. at Warrensville Heights High School for WHCSD's 2nd Annual STEAM Fair.

This free, family-friendly interactive fair will showcase:
  • Fun STEAM activities 
  • Planetarium shows
  • Musical and art performances 
  • Curriculum, programs and other district offerings in action
Join us to see how Warrensville’s STEAM curriculum is making an impact on the education of WHCSD scholars and preparing them for post-secondary education and high-demand career fields.
Donations for Victims of Miles Landing Fire
The fire at 4907 Banbury Court completely ravaged the building, leaving 48 people (16 families) without homes. We are grateful that this community has joined hands in their time of need. If you would like to donate to these families, below are some guidelines that will provide the most immediate help. 
Read The Roar Report (Spring 2017)
Check out the Spring 2017 edition of The Roar Report, WHCSD's quarterly community newsletter, by clicking here. 
Warrensville Heights Board of Education President Elected to Serve on National School Board
The National School Boards Association’s (NSBA) Council of Urban Boards of Education (CUBE) elected leaders and new members to its Steering Committee during its annual business meeting at NSBA’s Annual Conference, March 25-27, in Denver, Colorado.  Ray Freeman, president of the Warrensville Heights Board of Education, was one of the four new school board members elected to serve a 3-year term on CUBE’s steering committee.
Congratulations: WHMS, An Adventures in Health Science and Medicine Program Winner
The results are in! The Cleveland Clinic Civic Education Department wrapped up this year's Adventures in Health Science and Medicine (AHSM) connected learning program with the online Innovation Challenge. Putting their creativity to the test, the students participating in this year’s AHSM program battled it out as two middle schools triumphed with the best innovation. 
WHHS Scholars Rank 4th in Local Kaggle Competition
Congratulations to the group of WHHS scholars who placed fourth out of 18 high school teams in the first Northeast Ohio Kaggle competition at Case Western Reserve University earlier this month. The team received praise for its gaming project, Developing What the People Want. 
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