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A Visit from Governor DeWine


On Tuesday, April 4th, Warrensville Heights Elementary School was honored with a visit from Governor Mike DeWine, Mrs. Fran DeWine, and State Superintendent Dr. Siddens in recognition of our outstanding efforts in literacy. 


During the visit, the Governor toured two classrooms, Mrs. Washington’s Kindergarten class and Ms. Graham’s Second Grade class. Both groups impressed our visitors with their engaged learning and knowledge of reading. A special thank you to the scholars and teachers who made our work shine during these classroom observations. 


The Governor chose to visit Warrensville Heights Elementary School because we were early adopters of the latest practices in literacy education that are being pushed state-wide. Today affirmed that the hard work and dedication of our team pays off. We started this School Year with the theme “Let Them Know”–and this visit is acknowledgement at the highest level.  It is the culmination of years of work from our scholars, staff, teachers, and administrators.


Thank you to Principal Takiba Thompson and the Warrensville Heights Elementary School staff in their efforts to build the foundation for language and literacy for our scholars. Their work makes the difference every day. 

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Ohio State Testing Schedule & Reminders
Greetings!

We are writing this letter to update you regarding this year's administration of Ohio's State Tests. Students in our school district will complete these assessments on scheduled dates between April 3, 2023 and May 5, 2023. The specific building schedules are found on the back of this letter. Please be sure to use this schedule as a guide when making travel plans or scheduling appointments during the school day.  

What is OST?  
Ohio’s tests are given to students in Grades 3 -12 in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. These tests are taken online at the end of a school year or high school course. They measure what your child knows and can do based on Ohio’s Learning Standards.

How can I prepare my scholar?
Please make sure your child gets a good night's rest, eats a healthy breakfast, is on time to school, and is encouraged to do his/her best. Daily attendance is important.  

How has the school prepared my scholar for these tests?  
Our scholars are prepared for the content of these tests because our instruction is based on state standards. Our learning environment promotes important college and career readiness skills such as data analysis, problem-solving, knowledge application, reasoning, and verbal and written communication.

We are certain our scholars are well-prepared to do their very best on these state assessments. Multiple resources on testing and graduation requirements can be found on our website www.warrensville.k12.oh.us. Thank you for your continued support.  

In Service,
Donald J. Jolly, II
Superintendent  

See the schedule as a PDF: Master Schedule OST WHCSD 2023.pdf
Warrensville Heights Elementary School 

Warrensville Heights Elementary School 

Grades 3 - 5*

English Language Arts

Part I: April 11, 2023 

Part II: April 13, 2023

Math

Part I: April 18, 2023

Part II: April 20, 2023

Science (5th Grade only)

Part I: April 25, 2023

Part II: April 27, 2023

*Schedules may differ for scholars with testing accommodations. 


Warrensville Heights Middle School 

Warrensville Heights Middle School

Grades 6 - 8* 

English Language Arts

Part I: April 11, 2023

Part II: April 12, 2023

Math

Part I: April 18, 2023

Part II: April 19, 2023

Science (8th Grade only)

Part I: April 25, 2023

Part II: April 26, 2023

*Schedules may differ for scholars with testing accommodations. 


Warrensville Heights High School 
  • Students in grades 9 - 12 will take an OST exam if they are enrolled in that course this semester.
  • There will be a delayed start on April 4th, 5th, 25th and 26th.  ALL OTHER TESTING DAYS WILL BE A NORMAL SCHOOL DAY!
  • On April 4th, 5th, 25th and 26th, the busses will run at normal times in the morning for those students taking tests, ALL OTHER STUDENTS NOT TESTING MUST BE AT THEIR BUS STOPS AT 10:25AM FOR THE NEXT BUS RUN.
  • Math Exams will begin at 8:00 a.m. and end by 10:15 a.m. ELA exams will begin at 8:00 a.m. and end 10:30 a.m.
  • Students who are not taking Algebra I, ELA II, or a Geometry test on a specific date: School begins at 10:45 a.m. & students will follow their regular schedule.

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Delayed Start

April 4

ELA II Pt 1

8:00 Test takers

10:45 Non test takers

Delayed Start

April 5

ELA II Pt 2 

8:00 Test takers

10:45 Non test takers

Normal School Day

April 6

Make Up Testing

Normal School Day

April 11

Make Up Testing

Normal School Day

April 12

Make Up Testing

Normal School Day

April 13

Make Up Testing

Normal School Day

April 18

US History Pts 1 & 2

Normal schedule

Normal School Day

April 19

Biology Pts 1 & 2

Normal schedule

Normal School Day

April 20

Government Pts 1 & 2

Normal schedule

Delayed Start

April 25

Algebra I or Geometry Pt 1

8:00 Test takers

10:45 Non test takers

Delayed Start

April 26

Algebra I or Geometry Pt 2

8:00 Test takers

10:45 Non test takers


Normal School Day

April 27

Make Up Testing

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In Loving Memory: Mrs. Fannie P. Dean

Mrs. Fannie P. Dean

(November 15, 1938 - January 30, 2023) 


Mrs. Fannie P. Dean, Tiger For Life

Mrs. Fannie Dean was born on November 15, 1938 and passed away on Monday, January 30, 2023. Mrs. Dean was a treasured member of the Warrensville Heights community and served at the school district since 1963. Every student, staff, and visitor to the schools knew and loved Mrs. Dean and had a special relationship with her. She was the heart and soul of the community, truly the “First Lady” of Warrensville Heights. 


Mrs. Fannie Dean, commonly known as ‘Lil Mrs. Dean’, served at Warrensville Heights City School District since 1963. Over her decades of service to the District, there are few roles Mrs. Dean didn’t hold. If there was something needed at Warrensville Heights City Schools, Mrs. Dean made it happen. She was notorious for knowing the name of every single scholar that walked through the door, impacting thousands of students over her career. 


Her career began as a noon time assistant when the first brown bag  luncheon program was initiated, and her salary was $2.25 an hour. Mrs. Dean moved to the middle school where she was a hall monitor then later moved to High School as the Attendance Clerk. She later moved to the recreation center as the Assistant to the Director. 


Mrs. Dean  worked as The Sub Coordinator for 18 years.  Mrs. Dean also worked the concession stands at all games (football, basketball, and volleyball), ticket sales, and ensured all  students were in school daily. Mrs. Dean worked the food pantry twice a month, served as the blood drive coordinator since 1978 and never missed a day of work. She was a Drama Coach for 20 years and walked with the band in every parade. Mrs. Fannie Dean also started the floral garden in 1965 at the High School.


Mrs. Deans' workday began at 4:30 a.m. when she opened the recreation center allowing walkers, runners, and swimmers to exercise before the school day began. From there she continued her day as the Attendance clerk and greeter to all students and staff. 


She was an active member of  Aldersgate Methodist Church where she served for over 60 years. Mrs. Fannie Dean was married for 57 years and was one of six sisters and three brothers. She is survived by one sister, Constance Edwards of Chicago, Il, two sons, Randy Love of Huntsville, AL and Terry Love of Birmingham, AL, and two Aunts, Amanda Evans of Cleveland, OH and Ruby Warr of Markham, IL. She will be dearly missed, and remembered as a “Tiger for Life.”


PDF Version of this document: In Loving Memory Fannie Dean.pdf
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