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Warrensville Heights Middle School

We are the proud home of the Tigers. Warrensville Heights Middle School is temporarily located at 23401 Emery road and has a current enrollment of 336 scholars in sixth through eighth grade and a certificated staff of 40. Doors will open to our NEW Middle School facility in 2023!

Mission
Creating an education environment that promotes CURIOSITY, CRITICAL THINKING, COMMUNICATION and COLLABORATION while empowering scholars to be responsible contributing members of our community, nation and world.
 
Vision
Inspiring Confidence and Encouraging Success

Address & Hours
23401 Emery Road, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
8 - 3 p.m. 

Important Numbers
216.230.2839
Fax: 216.230.2843 

Administrative Team
Mrs. Taura Talbert-Salter, Principal 
Mrs. Lawanda Shelley-Brown, Assistant Principal

Arrival & Dismissal
School hours are 8:00am to 3:00pm. 

Arrival
Students can arrive as early as 7:30am for breakfast.  All students will enter and exit through the front door. If you drop your child please pull around the building and drop off at the side parking lot by the stop.  We need the front of the building clear for busses. 

Dismissal 
We will have a staggered dismissal.  Bus riders will be dismissed at 2:45pm and walkers/riders will dismiss at 3:00pm. 



News & Announcements

Statement from Warrensville Heights City School District Regarding Ohio Supreme Court Ruling

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Tuesday, September 6, 2022


 

Statement from Warrensville Heights City School District Regarding Ohio Supreme Court Ruling


(Warrensville Heights, Oh.) Today the Ohio Supreme Court, in a split decision, ruled that a Settlement Agreement entered into in 1997 between the Warrensville Heights City Schools and the Beachwood City Schools to share educational services and programs and to share tax dollars stemming from the eventual development of the then vacant Chagrin-Highlands territory is enforceable.

Warrensville City Schools had argued, among other things, that to send tax dollars away from one school district to another school district, approval by the Ohio State Board of Education was required but never occurred.

The litigation now returns to the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas for further proceedings.  According to Superintendent Donald Jolly, “The Common Pleas Court must now determine remaining legal issues including the amount of Chagrin-Highland tax proceeds that must be diverted from the Warrensville Heights City Schools to the Beachwood City Schools and how the two school districts will begin sharing educational programs.”  The Warrensville Heights Board of Education will be meeting in the near future to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision and related litigation issues.


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